Bee Gees

Bee Gees is a British group made up of three brothers: Barry, born in 1946 and twins Robin and Maurice, born in 1949. in the fifties the Bee Gees began to perform in public, in small concerts in their hometown. in 1958 his family moved to Australia, where the three brothers would continue to develop their artistic activity. After playing in various clubs, they signed their first contract with a record company in 1963 and recorded their first album in 1964. In 1966 they got their first number one in Australia with the song ‘Spicks and Specks’. In 1967 Bee Gees released their first album in England, ‘Bee Gees First’, achieving an enormous success with songs such as ‘Holiday’, ‘To Love Somebody’ or ‘New York Mining Disaster’. All the songs on the album were composed by Barry, barely nineteen years old. After moving to Miami and contacting producer Arif Mardin, the Bee Gees began their American stage with the album ‘Mr Natural’ in 1974 and ‘Main Course’ a year later. Their style evolves from romantic and sentimental songs to Rhym & Blues, and soon after they switch to disco music, anticipating what would later become fashionable. In 1977 they got their biggest success worldwide and the most sold: ‘Saturday Night Fever’, the album of the film of the same title. 1979 Bee Gees published ‘Spirits Having Flown’, getting several numbers one with songs like ‘Tragedy’ and ‘Too Much Heaven’. In 1981 they released ‘Living Eyes’, after which they took a break in their career as a group to start small solo works, although the most successful was Barry, who collaborated in compositions for countless artists such as Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross and Kenny Rogers.In 1987 the Bee Gees meet again to record ‘E.S.P.’ and two years later ‘One’.In 1991 they publish ‘High Civilization’ and in 1993 ‘Size Isn’t Everything’. Their most recent album is ‘Still Waters’, in which the Bee Gees continue to dazzle half the world with their voices.

Discography

The Bee Gees Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs (1965)

Spicks and Specks (1966)

Bee Gees’ 1st (1967)

Horizontal (1968)

Idea (1968)

Odessa (1969)

Cucumber Castle (1970)

2 Years On (1970)

Trafalgar (1971)

To Whom It May Concern (1972)

Life in a Tin Can (1973)

Mr. Natural (1974)

Main Course (1975)

Children of the World (1976)

Spirits Having Flown (1979)

Living Eyes (1981)

E.S.P. (1987)

One (1989)

High Civilization (1991)

Size Isn’t Everything (1993)

Still Waters (1997)

This Is Where I Came In (2001)