Limited translucent purple vinyl LP pressing. Best Of Bee Gees was released in June 1969, and it features a prime selection of the early hit singles that established the group's broad musical palette. The twelve gems comprising Best Of are among the most popular songs of the then-burgeoning group's canon, including the desperately pleading "I Gotta Get A Message To You," Barry's classic balladry vocal on "Words," the harmoniously soulful classic "To Love Somebody," the pure pop perfection of "Massachusetts," Robin's signature vocal on "I Started A Joke," and the skillful buildup of "Spicks and Specks," the latter song being The Bee Gees' first-ever No. 1 record in their homeland of Australia.
Limited translucent purple vinyl LP pressing. Best Of Bee Gees was released in June 1969, and it features a prime selection of the early hit singles that established the group's broad musical palette. The twelve gems comprising Best Of are among the most popular songs of the then-burgeoning group's canon, including the desperately pleading "I Gotta Get A Message To You," Barry's classic balladry vocal on "Words," the harmoniously soulful classic "To Love Somebody," the pure pop perfection of "Massachusetts," Robin's signature vocal on "I Started A Joke," and the skillful buildup of "Spicks and Specks," the latter song being The Bee Gees' first-ever No. 1 record in their homeland of Australia.
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Best Of Bee Gees (Ltd)
Artist: Bee Gees
Format: Vinyl
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Limited translucent purple vinyl LP pressing. Best Of Bee Gees was released in June 1969, and it features a prime selection of the early hit singles that established the group's broad musical palette. The twelve gems comprising Best Of are among the most popular songs of the then-burgeoning group's canon, including the desperately pleading "I Gotta Get A Message To You," Barry's classic balladry vocal on "Words," the harmoniously soulful classic "To Love Somebody," the pure pop perfection of "Massachusetts," Robin's signature vocal on "I Started A Joke," and the skillful buildup of "Spicks and Specks," the latter song being The Bee Gees' first-ever No. 1 record in their homeland of Australia.