“The Bee Gees Sing And Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs” by Barry Gibb and The Bee Gees - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1965Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

These smilers with insanely white teeth are chameleon’s extraordinaire on their debut album. They’re Bobby Vee. They’re The Beatles. They’re The Byrds. I get the impression they’ll be who you want them to be. Having said that, Barry Gibb wrote them ALL. Very unusual for 1965. Unless your Bob Dylan. Some degree of respect is due. And a few of these tunes are kinda neat…

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A1 [03:31] 5.7.png Bee Gees - I Was A Lover, A Leader Of Men (Barry Gibb) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [02:54] 5.5.png Bee Gees - I Don’t Think It’s Funny (Barry Gibb) Folk
A3 [02:17] 4.9.png Bee Gees - How Love Was True (Barry Gibb) Pop
A4 [02:14] 5.6.png Bee Gees - To Be Or Not To Be (Barry Gibb) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A5 [01:47] 3.9.png Bee Gees - Timber! (Barry Gibb) Pop
A6 [02:14] 4.4.png Bee Gees - Claustrophobia (Barry Gibb) Pop
A7 [02:05] 3.6.png Bee Gees - Could It Be (Barry Gibb) Pop
B1 [03:21] 7.6.png Bee Gees - And The Children Laughing (Barry Gibb) Folk Rock / Americana
B2 [02:52] 5.0.png Bee Gees - Wine And Women (Barry Gibb) Pop
B3 [02:23] 4.3.png Bee Gees - Don’t Say Goodbye (Barry Gibb) Rock n Roll Ballad
B4 [02:17] 4.4.png Bee Gees - Peace Of Mind (Barry Gibb) Pop
B5 [02:42] 5.3.png Bee Gees - Take Hold Of That Star (Barry Gibb) Rock n Roll Ballad
B6 [02:12] 4.0.png Bee Gees - You Wouldn’t Know (Barry Gibb) Pop
B7 [02:10] 5.0.png Bee Gees - Follow The Wind (Barry Gibb) Folk

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