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Robin Gibb (twitter) NEW 3 CD compiliation release june 2 2015

New 3 CD, 63 track compilation of solo Robin Gibb from '69-'70 coming soon. Includes 46 rare & unreleased tracks.

 
DISC 1 Robin’s Reign… Plus’

AUGUST OCTOBER (STEREO)
GONE GONE GONE (STEREO)
THE WORST GIRL IN THIS TOWN (STEREO)
GIVE ME A SMILE (STEREO)
DOWN CAME THE SUN (STEREO)
MOTHER AND JACK (STEREO)
SAVED BY THE BELL (STEREO)
WEEKEND (STEREO)
FARMER FERDINAND HUDSON (STEREO)
LORD BLESS ALL (STEREO)
MOST OF MY LIFE (STEREO)
ONE MILLION YEARS (STEREO) †
GIVE ME A SMILE (ALTERNATE STEREO MIX) †
HUDSON’S FALLEN WIND †
SAVED BY THE BELL (MONO)
MOTHER AND JACK (MONO)
ONE MILLION YEARS (MONO)
WEEKEND (MONO)
AUGUST OCTOBER (MONO)
GIVE ME A SMILE (MONO)
DISC 2 Sing Slowly Sisters – Sessions

SING SLOWLY SISTERS †
LIFE †
C’EST LA VIE, AU REVOIR †
EVERYTHING IS HOW YOU SEE ME †
I’VE BEEN HURT †
SKY WEST AND CROOKED †
IRONS ON THE FIRE †
COLD BE MY DAYS †
AVALANCHE †
ENGINES AEROPLANES †
THE FLAG I FLEW †
RETURN TO AUSTRIA †
IT’S ONLY MAKE BELIEVE †
ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL †
A VERY SPECIAL DAY †
GREAT CAESAR’S GHOST †
ANYWHERE I HANG MY HAT †
LOUD AND CLEAR †
RETURN TO AUSTRIA (DEMO) †
DISC 3 Robin’s Rarities

ALEXANDRIA GOOD TIME †
JANICE †
LOVE JUST GOES †
THE WORST GIRL IN THIS TOWN (MONO MIX) †
SAVED BY THE BELL (BBC) †
ROBIN TALKS WITH BRIAN MATTHEW (BBC) †
AUGUST OCTOBER (BBC) †
WEEKEND (BBC)
GIVE ME A SMILE (BBC)
ROBIN TALKS WITH DAVID WIGG (BBC) †
THE BAND WILL MEET MR. JUSTICE (DEMO) †
THE PEOPLE’S PUBLIC POKE SONG (DEMO) †
INDIAN GIN AND WHISKEY DRY (DEMO) †
THE GIRL TO SHARE EACH DAY (DEMO) †
COME SOME HALLOWEEN OR CHRISTMAS DAY (DEMO)
HEAVEN IN MY HANDS (DEMO) †
MOST OF MY LIFE (DEMO) †
GOODBYE GOOD WORLD (DEMO) †
DOWN CAME THE SUN (DEMO) †
DON’T GO AWAY (DEMO) †
MOON ANTHEM – Robin Gibb Orchestra & Chorus †
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST – Robin Gibb Orchestra & Chorus †
JANICE (INSTRUMENTAL) †
† Previously unissued recording
 
SAVED BY THE BELL – The Collected Works of Robin Gibb: 1969-70

This compilation of Robin’s solo recordings from 1969-1970 is a 3 CD collection and includes the classic album Robins Reign, the legendary unreleased album, Sing Slowly Sisters, plus BBC Sessions and interviews. The 63 track package includes 46 unreleased or rare tracks. Compiled and produced by Andrew Sandoval, it also contains a 24 page booklet, with rare memorabilia and photos, and liner notes by Bob Stanley. 

 
 
 
 
 

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A lost treasure that soon we will be able to open and enjoy the immense quality of composer and interpreter who was ROBIN GIBB.

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