The Bee Gees In Session – 1967 – Nights At The Roundtable
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Some early Bee Gees tonight. Long before their transformation into one of the Disco icons of the 1970′s, The Bee Gees were an extremely popular and well-regarded band in the mid/late 1960′s. Straddling the worlds of Pop and Psychedelia, The Brothers Gibb crafted a massive catalog of memorable songs which, not only they recorded, but were recorded by numerous bands both in the UK and their native Australia.
Here’s what’s on the player:
Sveriges Radio – Radiohaus Studio,
1-In My Own Time
3-New York Mining Disaster 1941
If you’ve never heard The Bee Gees pre-Disco, you’re in for a surprise. If you remember The Bee Gees during this period, you’ll know why there was a lot of head-scratching when Stayin’ Alive hit the airwaves.
Bands, like people, can always change.
- Bee Gees – Main Course (oldgamereviewer.com)
- Music History #8: “New York Mining Disaster 1941″ (mentalfloss.com)
- Robin Gibb Estate: Staggering Value of Late Bee Gee’s Assets Revealed (spinner.com)
~ by gordonskene on October 30, 2012.
Posted in 1960's, 1967, Broadcast Concert, Broadcasts, Nights At The Roundtable, Past Daily, Psychedelia, Radio, Rock n' Roll, Teen Idols, Uncategorized, Unreleased recordings, Vintage Recordings, Vocal Groups
Tags: 1967, Australia, Bee Gee, Disco, New York, New York Mining Disaster 1941, Psychedelia, Stayin' Alive, Stockholm, Sveriges Radio