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8 thoughts on “ Love So Right - Bee Gees - Children Of The World (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Released May , ‘Here At Last’ is the Bee Gees’ first live album. Recorded in L.A. at The Forum in December , the majority of the set included songs that had been hit singles, along with tracks from the recent hit albums ‘Main Course’ and ‘Children of the World.’ ‘Here At Last’ features definitive live versions of Bee gees’ hits ‘You Should Be Dancing,’ ‘Jive.
  2. A3 Love So Right A4 Lovers A5 Can't Keep A Good Man Down B1 Boogie Child B2 Love Me B3 Subway B4 The Way It Was B5 Children Of The World Rok vydání: Rok vydání reedice:
  3. The Bee Gees' second R&B album, Children of the World, had the advantage of being written and recorded while the group was riding a string of Top Ten singles and the biggest wave of public adulation in their history off of the Main Course album. The group felt emboldened, but was also hamstrung by the absence of producer Arif Mardin, whose services were no longer available to them now that RSO.
  4. Children of the World, an Album by Bee Gees. Released in October on RSO (catalog no. RS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Disco, Pop. Featured peformers: Barry Gibb (vocals, guitar, writer), Robin Gibb (vocals, writer), Maurice Gibb (vocals, bass), Dennis Bryon (drums), Alan Kendall (guitar), Blue Weaver (keyboards, synthesizer, aka_text {moog synthesizer} role_id aka_text), Joe Lala.
  5. Vinyl LP Features The No. 1 Hit "You Should Be Dancing"! The first single from the Bee Gees' Sep. album, Children Of The World, "You Should Be Dancing," went to No. 1 in both the U.
  6. In chronological order, they are ’s Best Of Bee Gees (on black and berry vinyl), ’s Main Course (on black and whitewater vinyl), the Children Of The World album of (on black and.
  7. The Capitol/UMe/Universal Music release five remastered LPs from the storied catalogue of the Bee Gees, one of music's most legendary and acclaimed groups. Each LP has been pressed onto both black vinyl and limited-edition colored vinyl. The five LPs.

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