Apresenta as Produções e Colaborações dos Bee Gees

(ALBUMS in CAPITAL LETTERS, singles in lower case)
1963:
Col Joye: (Underneath the) Starlight of love / Put’em down (Festival FK 364)
A-side written by Barry Gibb
Judy Stone: It takes a lot / I cried (Festival FK 402)
Bee Gees backing vocals on A-side
Johnny Devlin: Stomp the Tumbarumba / I beg of you (Festival FK 472)
Bee Gees backing vocals on A-side
Noeleen Batley: Forgive me / Surfer boy (Festival FK 488)
B-side written by Barry Gibb
Lonnie Lee and The Leemen: Acres of everything but love / I’d like to leave if I may (Leedon LK 415)
B-side written by Barry Gibb
1964:
Jimmy Little: NEW SONGS FROM JIMMY (Festival)
Two songs written by Barry Gibb: ‘One road’ and ‘Walkin talkin teardrops’. ‘One road’ was released as a single (A-side; Festival FK 508)
Johnny Devlin: Blue suede shoes / Whole lotta shakin goin on (Festival FK 644)
Bee Gees backing vocals on A-side
Trevor Gordon and the Bee Gees: House without windows / And I’ll be happy (Leedon)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb. Backing vocals by the Bee Gees.
Tony Brady: Let’s stomp Australia way / Lucky me (RCA 101542)
A side written by Barry Gibb and Johnny Devlin. B-side written by Barry Gibb.
Del Julianna: Never like this / What’d I say (RCA 101563)
A-side written by Barry Gibb.
Jimmy Hannan: Beach ball / You gotta have love (RG 496)
Bee Gees sing backing vocals (uncredited).
Jimmy Hannan: You make me happy / Hokey pokey stomp (RG 557)
Bee Gees sing backing vocals (uncredited).
Tony Brady: It’s a surfing world / I will love you (Parlophone A 8160)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb.
Reg Lindsay: Lonely road / Scared of losing you (Columbia DO 4495)
B-side written by Barry Gibb.
1965:
Trevor Gordon: House without windows / And I’ll be happy (Leedon LK-829)
Bee Gees sing backing vocals
Bryan Davies: TOGETHER BY MYSELF (Columbia OEX 9498)
Three songs written by Barry Gibb: ‘I don’t like to be alone’, ‘Love and money’ and ‘Watch what you say.’ The first two ones were released on the first single, and the third one was the A-side of the second single.
Bryan Davies: I should have stayed in bed / Skinny Minnie (HMV EA 4679)
A-side written by Barry Gibb
Noeleen Batley: Baby I’m losing you / His lips get in the way (Festival FK 890)
A-side written by Barry Gibb
Noeleen Batley: Padre / Watching the hours go by (Festival FK 1143)
B-side written by Barry Gibb
Trevor Gordon: Little Miss Rhythm and Blues / Here I am (Leedon LK 924)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb
Wayne Newton: RED ROSES FOR A BLUE LADY (Capitol ST 2335)
It features the Bee Gees song ‘They’ll never know,’ written by Barry Gibb.
John Hore: HIT THE TRAIL (JBL AR 101)
With a song, ‘Tribute to an unknown love,’ written by Barry Gibb.
Dennis and the Delawares: Bad girl / They say (HMV 4719)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb.
Michelle Rae: I wanna tell the world / Everybody’s talking (Leedon LK 971)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb. Backing vocals by the Bee Gees.
Jimmy Boyd: That’s what I’ll give you / My hometown
A-side written by Barry Gibb.
Jenny Bradley: Who’s been writing on the wall again / Chubby (Leedon LK 1006)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb.
Lynne Fletcher: You do your loving with me / In my book (HMV 4735)
A-side written by Barry Gibb
1966:
Steve and the Board: The GIGGLE EYED GOO (Spin EL 31997)
With the song ‘Little Miss Rhythm and Blues’ written by Barry Gibb.
The Twilights: THE TWILIGHTS (Columbia 330SX)
With the song ‘Long life’ written by Barry Gibb.
Sandy Summers: Messin’ round / A girl needs to love (Down Under 1455)
A side written by Maurice Gibb and Nat Kipner, and B-side written by Barry Gibb. Backing vocals by the Bee Gees. Instrumental contribution.
Bip Addison: Hey / Young man’s fancy (Down Under 1454)
Both songs co-written by Maurice Gibb (with Nat Kipner). Bee Gees backing vocals. Instrumental contribution too.
Anne Shelton: Talk to me / I miss you (Down Under 1456)
A-side written by Maurice Gibb and Nat Kipner.
The Mystics: Don’t you go, I need your love / Turn the lamp down (Down Under 1462)
A-side written by Maurice Gibb and Nat Kipner.
MPD Ltd: WILD SIDE OF LIFE (Go!!)
Bee Gees backin vocals on some songs.
Richard Wright Group: Neither rich nor poor / You can’t love them all (RCA)
A-side by Barry Gibb.
Marty Rhone: She’s mine / Village tapestry (Spin EK 1571)
Bee Gees backing vocals on both sides.
Tony Barber: Wait by the water / What now (Spin EK-1321)
Bee Gees backing vocals on A-side (uncredited).
Tony Barber: Wondrous place / No no no (Spin EK-1401)
Bee Gees backing vocals on both sides (uncredited).
Ray Brown: Too late to come home / Respect (Festival FK-1522) [Also on the 1999 Cd The Ultimate Ray Brown and The Whispers – Festival D46073]
Bee Gees backing vocals on A-side (uncredited).
Vyt & The World: Why do I cry / I haven’t got you (CBS BA 221344)
Bee Gees backing vocals on A-side.
Lori: Who’s been writing on the wall / In your world (RCA 101744)
Both sides written by Barry Gibb. Bee Gees backing vocals.
April Byron: He’s a thief / A long time ago (Down Under 1513)
A-side by Maurice Gibb and Nat Kipner, and B-side by Barry Gibb.
1967:
Barrington Davies: As fast as I can / Raining teardrops (Spin EK-1771)
Both songs written by Maurice Gibb and Nat Kipner.
Jenene Watson: So long boy / Don’t say no (Spin EK-1715)
A-side written by Maurice Gibb and Nat Kipner and B-side by Barry Gibb.
Gerry Marsden: Gilbert Green / What makes me love you (CBS 2946)
A-side written by Barry and Robin Gibb.
Dave Berry: Forever / And I have learnt to dream (Decca F 12651)
A-side written by the Gibbs.
The Monopoly: House of Lords / Magic carpet (Polydor 56164)
A-side written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb.
Adam Faith: Cowman milk your cow / Daddy what will happen to me (Parlophone R 5635)
A-side written by Barry and Robin Gibb.
Johnny Ashcroft: Don’t forget me Ida / Think pink (Columbia DO 8580)
A-side written by Barry Gibb.
The Sands: Mrs Gillespie’s refrigerator / Listen to the sky (Reaction 591017)
A-side by Barry and Robin Gibb.
Johnny Young: Craise Finton Kirk Royal Academy of Arts / I am the world (Clarion MCK 1954)
Both sides written by the Gibbs, who also sing backing vocals on ‘Craise Finton…’.
Johnny Young: Every Christian lion hearted man will show you / Wonderful world (Clarion MCK 2080)
A-side by the Gibbs.
Noeleen Batley: How far is somewhere / The wishing song (Festival FK 1963)
B-side written by Barry Gibb.
Esther and Abi Ofarim: Morning of my life / Garden of my home (Phillips 346 080)
A-side wriiten by Barry Gibb and B-side by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb.
Jon Blanchfield: Upstairs downstairs / Town of Tuxley toymaker, part 1 (Leedon LK-1662)
Both sides written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb.
The Family Dogg: Family dog / Storm (MGM)
B-side written by the Gibbs.
1968:
Johnny Young: SURPRISES… (Clarion MCL 32 752)
It features the songs ‘Every christian lion…’ ‘I am the world’ and ‘Craise Finton Kirk’
Sounds of Modification: SOUNDS OF MODIFICATION (Stateside)
It features the song ‘You’, written by Barry Gibb.
Lori Balmer: Treacle Brown / Four faces west (Polydor)
Both sides written by the Gibbs.
The Majority: All our Christamses came at once / People (Decca F 12727)
A-side written by the Gibbs.
EINE RUNDE POLYDOR (Polydor 109 535)
It features the instrumental song ‘Gena’s theme’
WORLD STAR FESTIVAL UNICEF
It features the song ‘The singer sang his song’ performed by The Bee Gees.
David Garrick: Maypole Mews / Like to get to know you better (Pye 7N 17685)
A-side by Barry Gibb.
1969:
The Marbles: THE MARBLES (Polydor 184 365)
It features the songs ‘By the light of a burning candle’, ‘The walls fell down’, Love you’ and ‘Only one woman’, released also as singles: ‘Only one woman’ / ‘By the light of a burning candle’ (Polydor 56272) and ‘The walls fell down’ / ‘Love you’ (Polydor 56310). The album was coproduced by the Bee Gees, who also contributed instrumentally.
The Marbles: I can’t see nobody / Little boy (Polydor 56378)
Both sides written by the Gibbs and produced by Barry Gibb.
Clare Torry: Love for living / Live tomorrow, love today
Co-produced by Robin Gibb.
The Tigers: TIGERS’ BEAT (Polydor)
It features the song ‘Smile for me’, written by Barry and Maurice Gibb, released also as a single.
Samantha Sang: The love of a woman / Don’t let it happen again (Parlophone)
Both sides written by Barry and Maurice Gibb. Produced by Barry Gibb.
PP Arnold: Bury me down by the river / Give a hand take a hand (Polydor 45 56350)
Both sides written by Barry and Maurice Gibb.
Billy Lawrie: Roll over Beethoven / Come back Joanna (Polydor)
Produced by Maurice Gibb.
1970:
Ronnie Burns: RONNIE (Spin EL 32439)
With eight Gibb songs: ‘Coalman’, ‘Top hat’, ‘Butterfly’, ‘I’ll know what to do’, ‘All the king’s horses’, ‘In the morning’, ‘Exit stage right’, ‘Terrible way to treat your baby’. Four of them had been previously released in two singles by Ronnie Burns: ‘Coalman’ / ‘All the king’s horses’ (Spin EK 1578) and ‘Exit stage right’ / ‘In the morning’ (Spin EK 1789)
Ringo Starr: SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (Parlophone PCS 7101) (CD: EMI 7 98615 2)
‘Bye bye blackbird’ arranged by Maurice Gibb.
Tin Tin: TIN TIN (Atco SD 33-350)
Produced by Maurice Gibb.
SING A RUDE SONG. THE LONDON CAST (Polydor 2383 018)
Maurice Gibb played a role on the stage musical and produced the album. He sings lead on ‘Leave me here to linger with the ladies’ and contributes vocally on some other songs
1971:
Peter Maffay: IT’S YOU I WANT TO LIVE WITH / DU BIST WIE EIN LIED (Telefunken 624551 AT)
It features the songs ‘Mando Bay’ and ‘If I were the sky’
Lulu: Everybody clap / After the feeling is gone (Atlantic 2091-083)
A-side written by Maurice Gibb and Billy Lawrie. Backing vocals and production by Maurice Gibb.
Ronnie Burns: WE’VE ONLY JUST BEGUN (Festival FL 34682)
It features ‘One bad thing’, written by Barry and Maurice Gibb.
Jerry Vale: I DON’T KNOW HOW TO LOVE HER (Columbia 30799)
It features ‘Moonlight’, written by Barry Gibb.
New Horizon: NEW HORIZON (Bell 88055)
It features ‘One bad thing’
Bev Harrell: Back to the people / Travelling easy (Bell 1151)
A-side by Maurice Gibb and Billy Lawrie. Produced by Maurice Gibb.
1972:
Tin Tin: ASTRAL TAXI (Polydor 2383 080)
With Maurice Gibb as an executive producer.
Norman Hitchcock: Just another minute / My wagon (Polydor)
Produced by Maurice Gibb and Billy Lawrie.
Co.: PLAYBOY (Playboy)
It features ‘Summer ends’, written by Barry Gibb.
1973:
Jimmy Stevens: PAID MY DUES (RSO 872)
Produced by Maurice Gibb, who also contributed vocals and played bass and organ.
Graham Bonnet: Trying to say goodbye / Castles in the air (RCA 2380)
Produced by Maurice Gibb. B-side written by the Gibbs.
Bob Sacker: THEY’VE TAKEN BACK MY NUMBER
Produced by Maurice Gibb, who also plays bass.
Steve Hodson: Crystal Bay / San Diego Bay (York Records 540)
A-side written by Maurice Gibb and Billy Lawrie.
Billy Lawrie: SHIP IMAGINATION (RCA SF 9385)
It features the song ‘Freedom’, co-written by Maurice Gibb.
Roy Head: Clyde O’Reilly / Carol (TMI / RCA 75 0113)
A-side written by Barry Gibb.
1977:
Network: NETWORK (Epic PE 34979)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb. It features ‘Save me, save me’, wriiten by Barry Gibb and Albhy Galuten, which also was the A-side of the single.
Andy Gibb: FLOWING RIVERS (Polydor 2394 183)
Co-production and vocal contribution of Barry Gibb. It features ‘Love is thicker than water’ and ‘I just want to be everything’
1978:
GREASE (RSO RS-2-4002) (CD: Polydor 825 095-2)
It features the song ‘Grease’, written by Barry Gibb.
Samantha Sang: EMOTION (USA: Private Stock PS 7009 & PVLP 1039 / Japan: EMS 81044)
It features three Gibb songs: ‘Emotion’ [issued as a single in 1977), ‘Charade’ and ‘The love of a woman’. Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who also sang backing vocals.
Andy Gibb: SHADOW DANCING (Polydor 2394 202)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who also sang backing vocals. It features the songs ‘Shadow dancing’, ‘Why’, ‘An everlasting love’ and ‘(Our love) Don’t throw it all away’
Graham Bonnet: Warm ride / 10-12 observation (Ring O 2320-114)
A-side written by the Gibbs.
Chicago: HOT STREETS (Columbia FC 35512)
Backing vocals on ‘Little Miss Lovin’
Teri de SARIO: PLEASURE TRAIN (Casablanca)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb. It features: ‘Ain’t nothing gonna keep me from you’. Backing vocals by Barry Gibb
SESAME STREET FEVER (Sesame Street)
Robin Gibb sings on ‘Sesame Street fever’ and Trash’, and speaks on ‘C is for cookie’
1979:
Osmonds: STEPPIN’ OUT (Mercury)
Co-produced by Maurice Gibb. It features ‘Rest your love on me’
A GIFT OF SONG, MUSIC FOR UNICEF (Polydor)
It features ‘Too much heaven’, sung by The Bee Gees, and ‘Rest your love on me’ by Andy Gibb and Olivia Newton-John
1980:
Andy Gibb: AFTER DARK (Polydor 2394 247)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who sings backing vocals and plays the guitar. There are Bee Gees vocals on Desire and Warm ride.It features the songs ‘After dark’, ‘Desire’, ‘Wherever you are’, ‘Warm ride’, ‘Rest your love on me’, ‘One love’, ‘I can’t help it’, ‘Someone I ain’t’, ‘Falling in love with you’ and ‘Dreamin’ on’
TIMES SQUARE soundtrack (USA: RSO RS-2-4203)
Robin Gibb performs the song Help Me with Marcy Levy, released also as a single.
Jimmy Ruffin: SUNRISE (RSO 2394 258)
Co-produced by Robin Gibb; vocal contribution of Barry and Robin Gibb. It features the songs ‘Hold on to my love’, ‘Where do I go’, ‘Forever forever’, ‘Two people’, ‘Night of love’, Jealousy’, ‘Searchin’, ‘Songbird’ and ‘Changing me’
Andy Gibb: ANDY GIBB’S GREATEST HITS (Polydor 2394 287)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, it features ‘Time is time’ and ‘In the morning’
Barbra Streisand: GUILTY (CBS 86122)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who sings on two of the songs(*). It features the songs ‘Guilty'(*), ‘Woman in love’, ‘Run wild’, ‘Promises’, ‘The love inside’, ‘What kind of fool'(*), ‘Life story’, ‘Never give up’ and ‘Make it like a memory’
1981:
Elaine Paige: ELAINE PAIGE (WEA K-58385)
It features the songs ‘Secrets’ and ‘Carried away’
Olivia Newton-John: PHYSICAL (MCA 16011 / CA: MCA 5229)
It features the song ‘Carried away’
Leo Sayer: WORLD RADIO (USA: Warner Bros 23560-1 / SWE/GER: Chrysalis 1345/ JP: WW SB 1490)
It features the Gibb composition ‘Heart (stop beating in time)’
1982:
Dionne Warwick: HEARTBREAKER (GER: Arista 204 974 / NL: Arista ARI 90040)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who also contributed vocally. It features ‘Heartbreaker’, ‘It makes no difference’, ‘Yours’, ‘Take the short way home’, ‘Misunderstood’, ‘All the love in the world’, ‘I can’t see anything but you’, ‘Just one more night’ and ‘You’re my love’
1983:
Kenny Rogers: EYES THAT SEE IN THE DARK (GER: RCA PL 84697)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who also contributed vocally. It features the songs ‘This woman’, ‘You and I’, ‘Buried treasure’, ‘Islands in the stream’, ‘Living with you’, ‘Evening star’, ‘Hold me’, ‘Midsummer nights’, I will always love you’ and ‘Eyes that see in the dark’
1985:
Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers: SMILE (UK: CBS 26621)
It features the songs ‘Indian summer’ and ‘Didn’t we call it (falling in love)’.Barry Gibb sang backing vocals on ‘Indian summer’ (lead vocal by Gattlin and Roy Orbison).
Diana Ross: EATEN ALIVE (NL: Capitol/EMI 24 0408 1 / USA: RCA AFK 1- 5422)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who also contributed vocally. It features the songs ‘Eaten alive’, ‘Oh teacher’, ‘Experience’, ‘Chain reaction’, ‘More and more’, ‘I’m watching you’, ‘Love on the line’, ‘(I love) being in love with you’, ‘Crime of passion’ and ‘Don’t give up on each other’
1986:
Carola: RUNAWAY (SWE/GER PolyGram 829 298-1)
Produced by Maurice Gibb, who also contributed playing some instruments. Robin Gibb contributed vocally. It features the songs ‘Radiate’, ‘The runaway’, ‘Brand new heart’, ‘Spread your wings (for your love)’, ‘Nature of the beast’, ‘When two worlds collide’, ‘(We are) Atomic’, ‘ Lost in the crowd’, ‘So far so good’ and ‘Everlasting love’
1987:
Barbra Streisand: ONE VOICE (Columbia CK 40788)
It features ‘Guilty’ and ‘What kind of fool’, sung live with Barry Gibb.
1988:
SUMMER OLYMPICS ALBUM 1988 (Arista 8551)
It features ‘Shape of things to come’ -sung by The Bee Gees- and ‘Fight (no matter how long)’
Prince’s Trust Concert 1988 (King Biscuit Flower Hour – 2 Cd)
The Bee Gees performed ‘You win again’ in the concert.
NELSON MANDELA’S 70TH BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE CONCERT
The Bee Gees performed several songs.
1990:
NOBODY’S CHILD (Warner Bros 26280-2)
It features the song ‘How can you mend a broken heart’, sung by The Bee Gees.
1991:
Andy Gibb: ANDY GIBB. A COLLECTION OF GREATEST HITS (Polydor 511 585-2)
It features ‘Man on fire’.
1992:
THE BUNBURY TAILS (Polydor 515 784 2)
It features: ‘We’re the Bunburys’ (sung by the Bee Gees), ‘Bunbury afternoon’ (Bee Gees), ‘Eyes’ (Kelli Wolfe), ‘Fight the good fight’ (Eric Clapton), ‘Up the revolution’ (Elton John) and ‘Seasons’ (No Hat Moon).
Lulu: INDEPENDENCE (Dome 1001)
Co-produced by Barry and Maurice Gibb. Barry Gibb plays the guitar and sings backing vocals. It features ‘Let me wake up in your arms’, released also as a single (Dome 1005)
1994:
Percy Sledge: BLUE NIGHT (Virgin 839871-2)
It features ‘Your love will save the world’
1995:
Carole King: TAPESTRY REVISITED (Lava 92604-2)
The Bee Gees sing ‘Will you love me tomorrow’
1996:
Jordan Hill: JORDAN HILL (143 Records)
It features the song ‘Too much heaven’ Backing vocals and arrangement by Barry Gibb
Jose y Durval: TODO POR AMOR / TUDO POR AMOR (Polygram Records Brazil/Phillips 510 464-2)
Spanish and Portuguese versions of ‘Words’. Vocal contribution by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb.
1997:
DIANA OF WALES TRIBUTE ALBUM
The Bee Gees contributed with ‘I wish you were here’
Celine Dion: LET’S TALK ABOUT LOVE (USA 550 Music/EPIC BK 68861)
It features ‘Immortality’. Vocal contribution.
1998:
Paul Anka: A BODY OF WORK (Columbia EK-69405)
Barry Gibb sings backing vocals on ‘Yo te amo’ (Do I love you)On the left you can see Yo Te Amo promo single from Spain
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER CAST ALBUM
The album (and the stage musical) features several Bee Gees songs, among them a new one: ‘First and last’
1999:
Tina Turner: TWENTY FOUR SEVEN (EMI-Virgin/Parlophone 527 2130)
It features the song ‘I will be there’
2001:
Carola: MY SHOW (Sonet/Universal 016 540-2)
It features the Gibb song ‘Angel of mercy’
2003:
Michael Bublé: MICHAEL BUBLE (Warner Bros)
It features the Gibb song ‘How can you mend a broken heart’. Vocal contribution of Barry Gibb.
Lulu: THE GREATEST HITS
It features ‘First of May’ performed by Maurice Gibb and Lulu in 2002.
2004:
Alistair Griffin: BRING IT ON (Universal 9816116)
It features the Gibb song ‘Lover’s Prayer’ performed by A. Griffin and Robin Gibb, released also as a single (Universal Music TV 9815673).
Marlon & Maicon: CORACAO AVENTUREIRO
Vocal contribution by Robin Gibb on the song Tantas Palavras (version of ‘Please’)
Cliff Richard: Somethin is goin on / How many sleeps (Decca)
‘How many sleeps’ written by Barry Gibb and David English. Maurice Gibb on keyboards.
Cliff Richard: SOMETHIN’ GOIN ON (Decca)
Featuring ‘I cannot give you my love’ written by Barry and Ashley Gibb, released also as a single (Decca 4756611). Maurice Gibb on keyboards, Barry Gibb on backing vocals.
2005:
One World Project: Grief Never Grows Old (One World Records 1)
This charity single in aid of the Asian disaster of December 2004 features both Barry and Robin Gibb on vocals
Barbra Streisand: GUILTY PLEASURE (GUILTY TOO in the UK/Ireland) (Columbia/Sony)
Co-produced by Barry Gibb, who sings lead with Barbara on two of the songs and co-wrote all the songs on the album with his sons Ashley and Steve. Barry also plays the guitar and sings backing vocals and two duets.
Two cd singles: Stranger in a strange land / Guilty (UK) and Come tomorrow / Night of my life (UK)
G4: G4 & FRIENDS (BMG)
It includes First Of May featuring Robin Gibb, released also as a single.
2006:
Liz McClarnon: Woman in love / I Get The Sweetest Feeling
This CD single includes the Gibb composition Woman In Love. The track was produced by Robin Gibb who also sings on it.
Cliff Richard: TWO’S COMPANY
It includes a duet with Barry Gibb: Fields of Gold.
2007:
US5 & Robin Gibb: Too much heaven / Every Other Day / I’m With You
With the Gibb song ‘Too Much Heaven’ and Robin’s vocal contribution..
2008:
Valeriya: OUT OF CONTROL
It includes ‘Stayin Alive’ sang by Valeriya and Robin Gibb.
Olivia Newton-John: A CELEBRATION IN SONG – Olivia Newton-John and Friends (Warner)
It includes a duet with Barry Gibb, “The Heart Knows” (wriiten by Barry Gibb and his sons Ashley and Steve)
SONGS FROM THE BRITISH ACADEMY VOL. 1 (Academy Recordings)
IIt includes “Alan Freeman’s Days” by Robin Gibb

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