“Spicks And Specks” by Bee Gees - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1966Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Another album full of Bee Gees originals, mainly down to the amazingly prolific Barry Gibb. I’ll give them their due, they’re right on the money as far as cultivating the sound of the day, evoking Lemon Pipers brand of psychedelia with Stonesy garage and Hermansy pop. Brisbane’s short wave signal is picking up loud and clear…

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A1 [03:00] 4.3.png Bee Gees - Monday’s Rain (Barry Gibb) Pop Ballad
A2 [01:59] 4.3.png Bee Gees - How Many Birds (Barry Gibb) Pop
A3 [02:55] 4.8.png Bee Gees - Playdown (Barry Gibb) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [02:10] 5.0.png Bee Gees - Second Hand People (Barry Gibb) Songwriter
A5 [02:47] 5.6.png Bee Gees - I Don’t Know Why I Bother With Myself (Barry Gibb) Folk Rock / Americana
A6 [01:42] 6.5.png Bee Gees - Big Chance (Barry Gibb) Pop
B1 [02:56] 5.6.png Bee Gees - Spicks And Specks (Barry Gibb) Pop
B2 [02:13] 5.0.png Bee Gees - Jingle Jangle (Barry Gibb) Folk
B3 [02:07] 4.4.png Bee Gees - Tint Of Blue (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) Pop
B4 [02:13] 4.8.png Bee Gees - Where Are You? (Barry Gibb) Pop
B5 [03:12] 5.3.png Bee Gees - Born A Man (Barry Gibb) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B6 [01:57] 6.4.png Bee Gees - Glass House (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb) Songwriter

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