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Tree Gees -new single how much i love you ( from forthcoming album)

"We are working on our first LP with all Tree Gees original songs. Yes, LP...because we will publish also the vinyl. On 20th of May will be released the new single How much I love you. For now, available in all the digital stores ."


November 17, 2014 By amfmstudios 

Sound Engineer Tim Nesbitt 

 ICON talks to Tim Nesbitt about his work on “Spirits Having Flown,” the fifteenth album released by the Bee Gees. It was the group’s first album after their collaboration on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The album’s first three tracks were released as singles and all reached No. 1 in the US, giving the Bee Gees an unbroken run of six US chart-toppers and tying a record set by The Beatles.

 It was the first Bee Gees album to make the UK top 40 in ten years (not counting the soundtrack for Saturday Night Fever), as well as being their first and only UK No. 1 album. It has sold 16 million copies worldwide.

Nesbitt is the Director of Southern California Operations for West Coast Sound & Light in Los Angeles. He has worked with the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, the Bee Gees, Willie Nelson, Patti LaBelle, Grover Washington Jr., Linda Ronstadt, Jasckson Browne, Mazz, Selena, Peter Frampton, ZZTop, The Who, James Taylo…

Andy Gibb - I just wanna be your everything (Amigos siempre amigos, TVN 1982, Iquique).

Barry Gibb : Now voyager

Bee Gees about Songwriting

Barry Gibb: "Firstly, I think we give the public melodies. And secondly, we don't attempt to preach at people. There are so many groups which try to change the world. We, I think, are simply a pop group which writes all its own songs. We write songs about people and situations; we tell stories in our songs, but we don't give sermons." (1968)Maurice Gibb: "I do less singing, of course. I only come in on high harmonies. I'm more of the musician, playing the piano, bass, mellotron or organ on records, which saves money on hiring musicians, for one thing. It's the same when it comes to writing. I write the music, because I cannot really write lyrics. But I can write chords like Robin's never heard of. So I provide the music for them to write the lyrics to. It's the same as on stage -when we write we complement each other." (1968)Robin Gibb: "Titles can inspire a song. 'My Lover's Prayer' and 'I Surren…