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The Bee Gees box set 1974-1979 released march 23 2015

The Bee Gees  box set 1974-1979 is due for release in exactly a month and the above image gives you a better idea of how this five-CD clamshell box set will look.

This set includes four studio albums:  Mr Natural (1974), Main Course (1975), Children of the World (1976) and Spirits Having Flown (1979) with a bonus disc, The Miami Years, mopping upthe killer tracks from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, plus some extras.
If you are wondering about the sound on these discs, this set utilises the mastering found on the 2013 Japanese mini-LP reissues.

Bee Gees 1974-1979 is released on 23 March 2015. Track listing

CD 1 / Mr Natural (1974)
1. Charade
2. Throw A Penny
3. Down the Road
4. Voices
5. Give a Hand, Take a Hand
6. Dogs
7. Mr. Natural
8. Lost in Your Love
9. I Can t Let You Go
10. Heavy Breathing
11. Had a lot of Love Last Night

CD 2 / Main Course (1975)
1. Nights on Broadway
2. Jive Talkin
3. Wind of Change
4. Songbird
5. Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
6. All This Making Love
7. Coun…

Miami Beach Centennial Festival Celebration Press Conference

The Clive Davis Party: Behind the Scenes

Disco Fever - Tribute To Bee Gees Remix

Barry Gibb, Gloria Estefan among performers at Miami Beach centennial concert

02/16/2015 10:44 AM
02/16/2015 11:20 AM

Inrnationally renowned singers Andrea Bocelli and Barry Gibb are headlining Miami Beach's free centennial concert March 26. Local stars Gloria Estefan and Jon Secada will also perform at the show marking the Miami Beach's 100th anniversary.
The rest of lineup includes English guitarist and singer-songwriter Dave Mason, Jamaican reggae and hip-hop artist Ky-Mani Marley, jazz flautist and Nestor Torres, Miami Beach vocalist Nicole Henry and Jamaican reggae band Third World, among others.
The daylong oceanfront music festival will be staged at Eighth Street and Ocean Drive. Gates open at noon, and the performances begin at 5 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Beach residents will have a special reserved section.
The concert, sponsored by Hard Rock International, the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Fla., is called Hard Rock RISING.

New album Barry Gibb



Andy Gibb Interview with Robert W. Morgan, 1978

Mr. Morgan: "Hugh and Barbara Gibb’s youngest son is a star and they couldn’t be happier."
Barbara: "I knew Andy would do it too"

Mr. Morgan: "Andy Gibb, he has packed more living into his first two decades than most people do in a lifetime."

Andy: "They’re going to bury me tomorrow" (laughs) "and yet it is weird, as I suppose I must really remember 20 years old and 3 #1’s is really quite a lot"

Mr. Morgan "(List of all kinds of bands) that had to struggle to the top... because there is no such thing as an overnight sensation, or is there?"

Mr. Morgan: "The exception that proves the rule, it is the story of a young man, who from infancy was groomed for success by rock’s "first family". But even though he is a true overnight sensation, on the morning after he had to face the same pressure and self-doubt most artists already confronted on their way up. From dancing in the shadow of his famous brothers to wanting to be…

Samantha Gibb Memories offical video
In this video, we tried to capture the idea that memories are only as good as you keep them. And sometimes its important, no matter how far you have to go to find them, to watch and remember the
way we felt in those moments. Make those memories bigger than life! Let your past inspire your future.
A big thank you to all those in the video. Thank you so much for helping us create everlasting memories.

This video is dedicated to our family. This weekend my dad and uncles received a Lifetime Achievement Award for their work in music. So proud and so grateful for all the memories they have helped create. Congrats boys and hats of to my brother who gave an awesome speech! Our paps would of been proud: )

Barry Gibb presenting Grammy to Sam Smith

GRAMMY Awards - Barry Gibb on Red Carpet

Barry gibb on Special Merit Awards Ceremony Recap

watch Barry at 2:20


Barry Gibb Speaks From the Heart at Grammy Special Merit Awards

One day after Bob Dylan made headlines with a fascinating speech at the MusiCares Person of the Year event, Barry Gibb delivered an emotional and deeply personal speech at the Grammy Special Merit Awards. Gibb was there to accept a Lifetime Achievement Award for Bee Gees, the brother trio which scored top 10 hits in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. Gibb, 68, is the only surviving member of the trio. His younger twins Maurice and Robin died in 2003 and 2012, respectively. Their youngest brother Andy, who was a solo star in the late ’70s, preceded them all in death in 1988. Gibb noted, “Andy wanted to be a Bee Gee, but he was a little too young. We never thought of ourselves as Bee Gees—we thought of ourselves as the four brothers. Me being the eldest, I was always watching out for the rest of them. And I miss them very much … I always imagined we would sit around in our 80s and laugh and joke. But it just didn’t work out that way….I think I’ve had enough of death to last me a lifetime.” Gibb pra…

Barry Gibb on Entertainment Tonight

Barry Gibb will receive the GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of the Bee Gees on Sunday, but the distinction is bittersweet as his brothers and fellow Bee Gee members Robin and Maurice have passed away.

Q & A with Maurice Gibb

von Carmen Borgia, Crossfire Magazine, Januar 2002

Fresh from the World Cup, Carmen Borgia had a chance to sit down and chat with Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees and newly addicted paintball player. Here's what he had to say.

CB: How did you get exposed to paintball?
MG: “I first played in 1984; it was called Survival and there was a bunch of us who all decided to try it. It didn't have the goggles or the protection, but it was all very low velocity so no one really felt anything when they hit you. I used to see [the paintballs] come out of the barrel - they were that slow. I got into it then and I loved it. It was more of a woods scenario.”

CB: How did you hear about it?
MG: “I heard about paintball from some Australian thing I saw on television where they were marking sheep from a helicopter with [markers] and some guy decided to start playing games with them. I thought it looked like fun. I found someone who was doing it here and I just asked around. Someone told me they were d…

Des & Mel: Robin Gibb interview

ITV1, 27. Januar 2005
Robin Gibb and Russell Watson promoting the single "Grief Never Grows Old"

Q: Hello. I was looking at the line up of the people on the track, and it's... who isn't on the track? It's wonderful, I mean, Cliff, your brother Barry, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, are the Beach Boys on it as well?

Robin Gibb: Yes, absolutely

Q: Boy George and a choir from Sri Lanka....

Robin Gibb: Yes

Q: But did all the people, they're all busy people, were they all in the studio at one time?

Robin Gibb: Different studios across the world, Sri Lanka, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, there were different studios involved in this

. Q: That's fantastic! Who came up with this idea to do this recording?

Robin Gibb: Mike Read RW: Mike called me while I was in New York and asked me if I'd do the song first plane back home.

Q: And of course you've got a Tsunami concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Is it 31st March?

RW: 31st Marc…

message Ali Gibb

Ali posted: Getting excited for Grammy week!

© Ali gibb

Grammy Awards 2015

Saturday, Feb. 7 2015

The Recording Academy's Special Merit Awards Ceremony - 3 p.m., Wilshire Ebell Theatre
The Bee Gees,Pierre Boulez, Buddy Guy, George Harrison, Flaco Jiménez, The Louvin Brothers and Wayne Shorter will be the recipients of Lifetime Awards at The Recording Academy's annual Grammy event. Trustees awards, Technical Grammy awards and Music Educator awards will also be presented, and members of Grammy Camp - Jazz session will provide some musical accompaniment.

25 Years Ago: The Bee Gees Rebound With 'One'

Jeff Giles      August 12, 2014

It was never our intention to do anything else with our lives except to become famous,” admitted Barry Gibb in a 1989 interview. In fact, he added, he and his younger twin brothers Maurice and Robin — or, as the three have always been more popularly known, the Bee Gees — were busy making plans at an age when most kids were still playing with toys: “Before we ever got into our teens, we had already agreed with each other that that’s where we were going.”

The brothers’ ambition paid off in a big way. The Gibbs formed their first band in the mid-’50s, when Barry was nine and the twins were six; 10 years later, after the family moved from the UK to Australia, they were already a successful recording act with a budding discography that started producing Australian hits as early as ‘Wine and Women’ in the fall of 1965. And although those early years were followed by plenty of ups and downs — including a brief breakup — by the end of the ’70s, the …