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Staying Alive is the 1983 sequel to Saturday Night Fever, starring John Travolta as the main character, Tony Manero, with Cynthia Rhodes, Finola Hughes, Joyce Hyser, Steve Inwood, Julie Bovasso, and dancers Viktor Manoel, Kate Ann Wright, Kevyn Morrow and Nanette Tarpey. It was directed by Sylvester Stallone. The title comes from the Bee Gees song, Stayin' Alive, which was used as the theme song to Saturday Night Fever and is also played during the final scene of Staying Alive. Staying Alive (OST) is the soundtrack to the film. It was released in 1983 and is mainly performed by the Bee Gees. The soundtrack reached #14 in the UK, #6 in the US, #1 in Switzerland, and #2 in Italy and Japan, and sold 4.5 million copies worldwide.

01- The Woman In You
02- I Love You Too Much
03- Breakout
04- Someone Belonging To Someone
05- Life Goes On
06- Staying Alive
07- Far From Over (Frank Stallone)
08- Look Out For Number One (Tommy Faragher)
09- Finding Out The Hard Way (Cynthia Rhodes)
10- Moody Girl (Frank Stallone)
11- (We Dance) So Close To The Fire (Tommy Faragher)
12- I'm Never Gonna Give You Up  (Frank Stallone/Cynthia Rhodes)

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Bee Gees Greatest is a compilation album of songs by the Bee Gees, released in 1979 by RSO Records. Coming soon after the blockbuster studio album Spirits Having Flown, Greatest was a summary of the Bee Gees' most recent period of success, 1975-1979. The original release was a double album, with album sleeves and labels featuring pictures of each brother on the label and all three brothers on side four, while each record sleeve was adorned with the Bee Gees Greatest logo. Bee Gees Greatest topped the Billboard album charts early in 1980, becoming their third consecutive number one album. The re-issue of Bee Gees Greatest debuted at #1 on Billboard's Pop Catalog charts for the week of September 30, 2007. There was some question as to whether Billboard was going to treat this as a new release or a re-issue. The set scanned over 20,000 copies for the week, making it the 35th best selling album in the country, good enough to place in Billboard's Top 40.

Disc 1

01 - Jive Talkin'
02 - Night Fever
03 - Tragedy
04 - You Should Be Dancing
05 - Stayin' Alive
06 - How Deep Is Your Love
07 - Love So Right
08 - Too Much Heaven
09 - (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away
10 - Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)

Disc2

01 - If I Can't Have You
02 - You Stepped Into My Life
03 - Love Me
04 - More Than A Woman
05 - Rest Your Love On Me
06 - Nights On Broadway
07 - Spirits (Having Flown)
08 - Love You Inside Out
09 - Wind Of Change
10 - Children Of The World

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Spirits Having Flown is the Bee Gees' fifteenth original album, released in 1979. 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 which all went to no.1 in the US. It was also 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 30 million copies worldwide.

01 - Tragedy
02 - Too Much Heaven
03 - Love You Inside Out
04 - Reaching Out
05 - Spirits having flown
06 - Search, Find
07 - Stop (Think Again)
08 - Living Together
10 - Until

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Living Eyes is the Bee Gees' sixteenth original album, released in 1981. The Bee Gees began to break away from the disco sound that was prominent on their work in the mid-late 1970s with this album. However the album was not a commercial success, perhaps due to them being so strongly associated with disco. It sold 750,000 copies worldwide (compared to 16 million copies of their previous studio album "Spirits Having Flown" in 1979), and while it did not sell well in either the UK (#73) or the US (#41), it reached #6 in Norway and #4 in Spain. It would be the band's final album on RSO Records. The label would be absorbed into Polydor and susbsequently discontinued. Living Eyes, was the only Bee Gees album in their catalog not to be released on CD in the late 1980s, and ultimately became quite rare.

01- Living Eyes
02- He's A Liar
03- Paradise
04- Don't Fall In Love With Me
05- Soldiers
06- I Still Love You
07- Wildflower
08- Nothing Could Be Good
09- Crying Every Day
10- Be Who You Are

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This excellent compilation was released in 1991 in Spain and Italy by Polygram Iberica.

01- New York Mining Disaster 1941
02- Holiday
03- To Love Somebody
04- Massachusetts
05- I Started a Joke
06- World
07- I've gotta get a message to you
08- First of May
09- Words
10- Run to Me
11- Nights on Broadway
12- Jive Talking
13- More Than a Woman
14- You Should be Dancing
15- How Deep is Your Love
16- Staying Alive
17- Night Fever
18- Too Much Heaven
19- Tragedy
20- Love You Inside Out

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Size Isn't Everything is the Bee Gees' twentieth studio album. It was released in the UK on September 13, 1993, and in the United States on November 2, 1993.This album marked Bee Gees' return to Polydor Records after their 3-album contract with Warner Bros. Records. The album was recorded during a time of considerable strain for the Gibb brothers, with Maurice Gibb still struggling with alcoholism and Barry Gibb's wife and prematurely newborn daughter both in ill health. Barry himself was also scheduled to have back surgery. Then on March 5 1993, the brothers' father, Hugh Gibb, died. The date coincided with the birthday of their late brother Andy who had died in 1988. On August 9, 1993, the album's first single, Paying The Price Of Love, was released in the UK and peaked at #23. The album peaked at #33 in the UK in late September. It then disappeared from the charts, only to return in December 1993 when the album's second single, For Whom The Bell Tolls, became a UK Top 5 hit. The album then peaked at #23. In all, the album spent 16 weeks inside the UK Top 100 and was certified Gold by the BPI for sales of over 100,000 copies.

01- Paying The Price O
02- Kiss Of Life
03- How To Fall In Lov
04- Omega Man
05- Haunted House
06- Heart Like Mine
07- Anything For You
08- Blue Island
09- Above And Beyond
10- For Whom The Bell
11- Fallen Angel
12- Deeadance

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The Spencer Davis Group was a mid-1960s British beat group from Birmingham, England formed by Spencer Davis with Steve Winwood and his brother Muff Winwood. Their three best known songs are "Keep on Running", a number one in the UK Singles Chart written by reggae musician Jackie Edwards; and "Gimme Some Lovin'" and "I'm a Man". Steve Winwood left in 1967, to form Traffic before joining Blind Faith, then forging a career as a soloist. After releasing a few more singles the band ceased activity in 1968. Davis started a new group in 2006, although only he remains from the 1960s line-ups. This modern release is a compilation of the best with Steve Winwood in the band.

Disc 1

01 - Dimples
02 - I Can't Stand It
03 - Jump Back
04 - Here Right Now
05 - Searchin'
06 - Midnight Train
07 - It's Gonna Work Out Fine
08 - My Babe
09 - Kansas City (Prev. Unrel. Live Ver.)
10 - Every Little Bit Hurts
11 - Sittin' & Thinkin'
12 - I'm Blue (Gong Gong Song)
13 - She Put The Hurt On Me
14 - I'll Drown In My Own Tears
15 - I'm Getting Better
16 - Goodbye Stevie
17 - Strong Love
18 - Georgia On My Mind
19 - It Hurts Me So
20 - Oh! Pretty Woman (Prev. Unrel. Live Ver.)
21 - Look Away
22 - This Hammer
23 - Please Do Something
24 - Keep On Running
25 - Let Me Down Easy

Disc 2

01 - Somebody Help Me
02 - Watch Your Step
03 - Nobody Knows
04 - Midnight Special
05 - When I Com Home
06 - High Time Baby
07 - Hey Darling
08 - I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
09 - You Must Believe Me
10 - Trampoline
11 - Since I Met You Baby
12 - Mean Woman Blues
13 - Dust My Blues
14 - When A Man Loves Woman
15 - Neighbour Neighbour
16 - On The Green Light
17 - Stevie's Blues
18 - Take This Hurt Of Me
19 - Stevie's Groove
20 - I Can't Get Enough Of That
21 - Waltz For Lumumba
22 - Together Till The End Of Time
23 - Gimme Some Lovin'
24 - Back Into My Life Again
25 - I'm A Man
26 - Blues In F.

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Although short-lived, the Spencer Davis Group – particularly its incarnation with Steve Winwood – proved to be influential, with many of the band's songs covered by other artists over the years. Notable among these are Chicago's 1969 version of "I'm a Man"; The Allman Brothers Band's 1969 take of Davis' instrumental "Don't Want You No More"; Three Dog Night's 1970 recording of "Can't Get Enough of It"; and The Blues Brothers' 1980 recording of "Gimme Some Lovin". The Grateful Dead also covered Spencer Davis Group material in live performance on occasion, and Spencer Davis himself performed "I'm a Man" with the Grateful Dead at a 1989 performance at Los Angeles' Great Western Forum. I'm A Man is the first album released in USA.

01 I'm a Man
02 Every Little Bit Hurts
03 Searchin'
04 I Can't Stand It
05 Dimples
06 Look Away
07 Georgia on My Mind
08 My Babe
09 I Can't Get Enough of It
10 On the Green Light
11 Stevie's Blues
12 Midnight Train
13 Watch Your Step [-]
14 You Must Believe Me [-]
15 Strong Love [-]
16 Hey Darling [-]
17 Waltz for Lumumba [-]
18 Please Do Something [-]
19 Let Me Down Easy [-]
20 Stevie's Groove [-]

[-] Bonus Tracks (CD)

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His ferocious soul-drenched vocals belying his tender teenage years, Stevie Winwood powered the Spencer Davis Group's three biggest U.S. hits during their brief life span as one of the British Invasion's most convincing R&B-based combos. Gimme Some Lovin' from 1967 is the second release in the USA

01 - Keep On Running
02 - Somebody Help Me
03 - I'm A Man
04 - Gimme Some Lovin'
05 - Blood Runs Hot
06 - Don't Want You No More
07 - Love Is On A Roll
08 - Crossfire
09 - Private Number
10 - No Other Baby
11 - Mistakes
12 - It Must Be Love
13 - Such A Good Woman

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Guitarist Spencer Davis formed the band in 1963 with Steve Winwood on organ, his brother Muff Winwood on bass, and drummer Peter York. Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush is a 1967 British film made based on the novel of the same name by Hunter Davies. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France. The film starred Barry Evans, Judy Geeson and Angela Scoular and was directed by Clive Donner. The music was released by United Artists Records as soundtrack album in 1968. The Spencer Davis Group provided most of the music and made a cameo appearance in the film. This release is a compilation of alternate mixes of the original soundtrack.

01 - Time seller
02 - Don't want you no more
03 - Mr. second class
04 - Sanity inspector
05 - Taking out time
06 - Every little thing
07 - Virginals dreams
08 - Looking back
09 - Picture of her
10 - Just like me
11 - Possession
12 - Morning sun
13 - Feel your way
14 - Picture of her (Bonus)
15 - Just like me (Bonus)
16 - Possession (Bonus)

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This is a solo album of Spencer Davis (original cover inserted), also released in CD as Spencer Davis Group with different cover.

01  Back Into My Life Again
02  Crossfire
03  Mistakes
04  Private Number (with Dusty Springfield)
05  Time Seller
06  No Other Baby
07  Gimme Some Lovin'
08  Kansas City
09  I Can't Stand It

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Nucleus were a pioneering jazz-rock band from Britain who continued in different forms from 1969 to 1989. In their first year they won first prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival, released the album Elastic Rock, an essential creation in the crystallization of a new musical expression, Jazz fusion, and performed both at the Newport Jazz Festival and the Village Gate jazz club. They were led by Ian Carr, who had been in the Rendell-Carr Quintet during the mid and late 1960s, and was a respected figure in British jazz for more than 40 years. Their jazz-based music evolved from an early sound incorporating elements of progressive and psychedelic rock towards a funkier sound in the mid and late 1970s. Nucleus' first lineup was leader and trumpeter Ian Carr, keyboardist/oboist Karl Jenkins, saxophonist/flautist Brian Smith, guitarist Chris Spedding, bassist Jeff Clyne and drummer John Marshall. We'll Talk About It Later from 1970 is the second release of the band.

01 - Song For The Bearded Lady
02 - Sun Child
03 - Lullaby For A Lonely Child
04 - We'll Talk About It Later
05 - Oasis
06 - Ballad Of Joe Pimp
07 - Easter 1916

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