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The Joy of the Bee Gees

Tx. 19.12.14. 9.00pm-10.00pm, BBC Four

In customary BBC Four fashion, an hour long biography of a band serves as the main course (sorry) for a sweet dessert of archive clips. 231 more words

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The Bee Gees at the BBC... and Beyond

Tx. 19.12.14. 10.00-11.00pm, BBC Four

Another of the BBC’s archive comps, this one including some new and (to me) previously unseen footage.  The selections are well balanced between Bee Gees’ eras although, not surprisingly perhaps, 1972-74 material is completely unrepresented. 558 more words

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Saturday Night Fever!

“Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk I’m a woman’s man….”  Some days you just have to dance — today is one of those days. 458 more words

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Black Diamond

No. 28 in Top 50 Bee Gees’ Songs 1966-72

By Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb
Lead Vocal: Robin
Album: Odessa 1969

“I won’t die, so don’t cry, I’ll be home” 263 more words

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If I Only Had My Mind on Something Else

No. 29 in Top 50 Bee Gees’ Songs 1966-72

By Barry & Maurice Gibb
Lead Vocal: Barry
Album: Cucumber Castle 1970
Single A-side (US) 1970… 120 more words

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Suddenly

No. 30 in Top 50 Bee Gees’ Songs 1966-72

By Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb
Lead Vocal: Maurice
Album: Odessa 1969

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“Suddenly there’s a boy in the rain alone”
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NOVEMBER 3: To Lulu, with love

ON THIS DATE in 1948, Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie, aka Lulu, was born in Glasgow, Scotland. Brits know her for a series of popular songs she performed from the 1960s on, while most Americans know her for one tune, “To Sir With Love,” which she recorded as an eighteen-year-old in 1967. 145 more words