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The Bee Gees - 1965 - The Bee Gees Sing And Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs
The Bee Gees Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs is the Bee Gees' debut LP (1967's Bee Gees' 1st was the international debut album), released under the artist title "Barry Gibb & the Bee Gee's". It was released in November 1965 on the Australian Leedon label. It is basically a compilation of most of the Gibb brothers' singles that had been released over the previous three years (only in Australia), which accounts for the many different styles of music on it. Earlier tracks like "Peace of Mind" "Claustrophobia", and "Could It Be" are in the Merseybeat vein that was popular throughout 1964, while later singles like "Follow the Wind" and "And the Children Laughing" reflect the more folky sounds of the summer of 1965. Of the three new tracks that were recorded specifically for the album, "To Be or Not To Be" was probably the biggest departure, being a blues-based hard rocker.
01 - I Was A Lover A Leader Of Men 02 - I Don't Think It's Funny 03 - How Love Was True 04 - To Be Or Not To Be 05 - Timber 06 - Claustrophobia 07 - Could It Be 08 - And The Children Laughing 09 - Wine And Women 10 - Don't say goodbye 11 - Peace Of Mind 12 - Take Hold Of That Star 13 - You Wouldn't Know 14 - Follow The Wind