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Album Review: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart (Soundtrack)

How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, by the Bee Gees If I may be permitted to quibble, this particular soundtrack for a 2020 documentary of the Bee Gees focuses (perhaps understandably) on the first and particularly the second acts … Continue reading

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Album Review: This Is Where I Came In

This Is Where I Came In, by the Bee Gees I have been gradually making my way through the Bee Gees discography one album at a time to see if they manage not only to have five 4/5 albums in … Continue reading

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Album Review: One (Bee Gees)

One, by the Bee Gees This album is one of the few post-disco albums by the Bee Gees that were popular, and that was largely based on the strength of the top ten hit One, which was somewhat of a … Continue reading

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Album Review: Still Waters

Still Waters, by the Bee Gees I have to admit upon listening to this album that I do not like this album quite as much as the two proceeding studio albums High Civilization and Size Isn’t Everything, but there is … Continue reading

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Album Review: High Civilization

High Civilization, by the Bee Gees It is strange that it took me this long to discover the greatness of the album High Civilization. To be sure, this album’s greatness is not obvious nor has it ever been particularly popular, … Continue reading

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