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July favorites

Hi everyone,

As it is the last week of July I thought it would be a good time to talk about my favorites and what I’ve been loving this month. 913 more words


Stayin' alive . . .

I’m having a bit of a thing with Barry Gibb.

It started a few weeks ago when I spent the afternoon on my sofa watching him take the Sunday afternoon crowd at Glastonbury by storm with a back catalogue that many will never be able to rival.  197 more words


Bee Gees 1st at its 50th

Bee Gees 1st was released fifty years ago yesterday. Contrary to its own title, it was not the Bee Gees’ first long-play or full-length release. It was titled and marketed as such to mark the then-quintet’s (the three brothers and two other unrelated musicians) first foray into the international music market, following their considerable success in the brothers’ adopted homeland Australia with a string of singles and a couple of long-plays. 795 more words


PP Ep. 9 "Bryan Did It"

DOWNLOAD: PP Ep. 9 “Bryan Did It”

Bryan Roboticist steps in to help me record this week’s episode of “Pretentious Podcast”. He and I go over quite a bit of Rants, and Bryan gets a chance to have a phone conversation with Barry Gibb. 18 more words

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Building Castles in Shifting Sands: The Bee Gees' 'Morning of My Life'

(originally appeared in Shindig! issue #67)

It seems that music fans either adore or despise the Bee Gees.  The adorers believe the Gibb brothers have been unjustly ignored even though they might have been as musically adventurous as the Beatles. 1,290 more words

Magazine Writing

Barry Gibb says Rita Ora, Ariana Grande and Ed Sheeran are future music legends

Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb has named singers Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora and Ariana Grande as his three future legends of music.

The iconic singer, 70, was speaking at the O2 Silver Clef Awards, hosted by musical therapy charity Nordoff Robbins. 319 more words


Ed Sheeran - An Art Form in Real-Time

I’ve had a great weekend, but it’s all come and gone too quickly.

The ingredients were all there, great food, great wine, great wit and banter with friends, interspersed with a great Glastonbury; the latter from the comfort of my armchair. 203 more words