They were cool, then they weren’t, then came disco, so, they were cool again. then they weren’t, then suddenly, they were.
confused? I am.
The Brothers Gibb, The Bee Gees, Barry, Maurice, Robin. 69 more words
Similar to Pink Floyd, The Bee Gees really didn’t become megastars until the next decade, though they did have a good deal of success as a psychedelic pop band in the late sixties. 370 more words
For My Sunday Song #67, I am going with a song that randomly pops in my head more often than not, “I Started a Joke”. The song is by the Bee Gees and I don’t honestly know why I find myself singing it at the most odd times. 533 more words
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