This is an issue of their album "Spicks and Specks", from 1966. Their sound, as through out most of their early career, was extremely similar to The Hollies of the same vintage. Thankfully, these early tracks feature fairly spartan (read without the nauseating orchestral production of slightly later releases) vocal harmony pop with some mild psych influences. 01 - Spicks And Specks 02 - Wine And Women 03 - I Don't Think It's Funny 04 - Turn Around Look At Me 05 - I Am The World 06 - The Battle Of The Blue an 07 - How Love Was True 08 - And the Children Laught 09 - You Wouldn't Know 10 - I Want Home 11 - Timber 12 - I Was A Lover, A Leader O 13 - Peace Of Mind LINK
Odessa is a studio album by the Bee Gees, released in 1969. It is their sixth album, the group's fourth album released internationally, and their first released as a double LP. Odessa is noted in Robert Dimery's book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Odessa would be the final album for the band's original incarnation. Guitarist Vince Melouney would pursue other interests, and Robin Gibb would leave the band over personal and artistic differences with brother Barry Gibb. Barry and Maurice would continue to record with drummer Colin Petersen as the Bee Gees, but disintegrated when Petersen was fired. Robin rejoin the group in 1970.
01 - Odessa 02 - You'll never see my face again 03 - Black diamond 04 - Marley Purt Drive 05 - Edison 06 - Melody Fair 07 - Suddenly 08 - Whisper, Whisper 09 - Lamplight 10 - Sound of love 11 - Give your best 12 - Seven seas symphony 13 - Laugh in your face 14 - Never say never again 15 - First of May 16 - The British Opera
Cucumber Castle is the Bee Gees' seventh album, released in 1970 and produced by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robert Stigwood. It consists of songs from their television special of the same name, which was named after a song on their 1967 album Bee Gees' 1st. Cucumber Castle is the only Bee Gees album without Robin Gibb, as he had left the group before the album was recorded. Drummer Colin Petersen was fired during the recording of the album and therefore appears on only some songs, without sleeve credit. 01 If I Only Had My Mind On Something Else 02 I.O.I.O. 03 Then You Left Me 04 Lord 05 I Was The Child 06 I Lay Down And Die 07 Sweetheart 08 Bury Me Down By The River 09 My Thing 10 Chance Of Love 11 Turning Tide 12 Don't Forget To Remember LINK
Live At the Beeb 1967-1970. All Songs Broadcasted By BBC Radio, London, England, Track 01 - 10 = 1967, Track 11 - 15 = 1968, Track 16 - 19 = 1970, Track 20 - 22 = Bonus - Robin Gibb Solo 1970 at the Beeb
01 - New York Mining Disaster 1941 02 - Holiday 03 - To Love Somebody 04 - I Can't See Nobody 05 - In My Own Time (1st Performance) 06 - Mrs. Gillespies Refrigerator 07 - I Close My Eyes 08 - Cucumber Castle 09 - In My Own Time (2nd Performance) 10 - One Minute Woman 11 - (The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts 12 - Birdie Told Me 13 - And The Sun Will Shine 14 - Words 15 - World 16 - Man For All Seasons 17 - Lonely Days 18 - Alone Again 19 - Every Second, Every Minute 20 - Saved By The Bell 21 - August October 22 - Weekend
Trafalgar is the Bee Gees' ninth album, released in September 1971. The album was a moderate hit in the United States, and peaked at #34. The lead single "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?" was the first Bee Gees' #1 single in the United States. "Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself" was released as the second single and only reached #57 on the USA charts.Trafalgar is noted in Robert Dimery's book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
01 - How Can You Mend a Broken Heart 02 - Israel 03 - The Greatest Man in the World 04 - It's Just the Way 05 - Remembering 06 - Somebody Stopped the Music 07 - Trafalgar 08 - Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself 09 - When Do I 10 - Dearest 11 - Lion in Winter 12 - Walking Back to Waterloo
To Whom It May Concern is the Bee Gees' tenth studio album, released in October 1972. It was the follow-up of their American successful LP Trafalgar, and continued its melancholic and personal sound. The album was recognised as "a farewell to the old Bee Gees". It was their last album recorded at IBC Studios, in London, and their last work with Bill Shepherd who had guided them since 1967, and their last under their first contract with Robert Stigwood. Even some of the songs were old ones finished up or rewritten for the occasion. 01 - Run To Me 02 - We Lost The Road 03 - Never Been Alone 04 - Paper Mache, Cabbages Kings 05 - I Can Bring Love 06 - I Held A Party 07 - Please Don't Turn Out The Lights 08 - Sea Of Smiling Faces 09 - Bad Bad Dreams 10 - You Know It's For You 11 - Alive 12 - Road To Alaska 13 - Sweet Song Of Summer LINK