9 thoughts on “ Massachusetts - Bee Gees - Live And Acoustic (CD) ”

  1. Label: Gibb Records - GB-CD • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal Bee Gees - Live And Acoustic (, CD) | Discogs Explore1/5(1).
  2. The Bee Gees Live in Melbourne 1. To love somebody - Lay it on me - Jingle jangle - In the morning 2. Holiday - Words - I started a joke - How can you mend a broken heart 3. I've gotta get a message to you - Lonely days - Spicks and specks: Thee Bee Gees Live in Chicago 1. Let there be love 2. Mr. Natural 3. And the sun will shine.
  3. The duo performed acoustic versions of ’s “Stayin’ Alive,” ’s “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” and ’s “Words.” The Bee Gees earned 19 singles that reached the U.K. Top 10, including the #1 hits “Massachusetts,” “I’ve Gotta Get a Message to .
  4. “Massachusetts” is a Baroque pop and folk rock song written by the Bee Gees, released in on the album Horizontal. The thing of it, though, is that the Gibb brothers.
  5. This is a classic Bee Gees concert with the Gibb brothers performing tracks from as far back as their breakthrough hit Spicks And Specks, through their classic seventies and eighties hits and on to selections from the One album. DVD Track Listing 1. Ordinary Lives 2. Giving Up The Ghost 3. To Love Somebody 4. I've Gotta Get A Message To Reviews:
  6. The music of the Bee Gees is timeless, and this CD includes works from various eras of their music. There was one small glitch on one track, and the sellers gave me a full refund. I didn't even have to return the CD. The glitch doesn't retract from the great songwriting and beautiful harmonies of /5(52).
  7. The Bee Gees - Live And Acoustic on CD # Track Title Artist Composer Time; 1: Ordinary Lives: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb: 2: Night Fever / More Than A Woman.
  8. Although I would have preferred the acoustic live versions that they recorded on their tour and available only on their now out of print The Very Best of the Bee Gees DVD. Emotion is the only demo that was transferred here, and this is actually the best of the lot/5().

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