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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 up the 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. Country Lanes
8. Come on Over
9. Edge of the Universe
10. Baby As You Turn Away



CD 3 / Children of the World (1976)
1. You Should Be Dancing
2. You Stepped Into My Life
3. Love So Right
4. Lovers
5. Can t Keep a Good Man Down
6. Boogie Child
7. Love Me
8. Subway
9. The Way It Was
10. Children of the World


CD 4 / Spirits Having Flown (1979)
1. Tragedy
2. Too much Heaven
3. Love You Inside Out
4. Reaching Out
5. Spirits (Having Flown)
6. Search, Find
7. Stop (Think Again)
8. Living Together
9. I m Satisfied
10. Until


CD 5 / The Miami Years
1. Stayin Alive
2. How Deep Is Your Love
3. Night Fever
4. More Than A Woman
5. Emotion
6. Warm Ride
7. (Our Love) Don t Throw It All Away
8. If I Can t Have You
9. Rest Your Love On Me [B-side]
10. It Doesn t Matter Much To Me [B-side]
11. Stayin Alive (Promo 12 Version)

 
 
 
 

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