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Bee Gees Ultimate Collection 2CD

Bee Gees Ultimate Collection 2CD

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Remastered. Factory Sealed. Comes in Jewel Case w/Jacket.

  • - Disc 1 -
  • 1 How Deep Is Your Love 4:01
  • 2 To Love Somebody 3:02
  • 3 Words 3:16
  • 4 How Can You Mend a Broken Heart 3:52
  • 5 Too Much Heaven 4:54
  • 6 Emotion 3:38
  • 7 Lonely Days 3:46
  • 8 Run to Me 3:11
  • 9 Love So Right 3:31
  • 10 For Whom the Bell Tolls 3:56
  • 11 I've Gotta Get a Message to You 2:58
  • 12 New York Mining Disaster 1941 2:12
  • 13 Massachussetts 2:20
  • 14 I Started a Joke 3:08
  • 15 World 3:13
  • 16 First of May 2:48
  • 17 Holiday 2:53
  • 18 Don't Forget to Remember 3:27
  • 19 Islands in the Stream 3:41
  • 20 Heartbreaker 1:01
  • 21 Guilty 2:15
  • - Disc 2 -
  • 1 You Should Be Dancing 4:15
  • 2 Stayin Alive 4:44
  • 3 Jive Talkin' 3:44
  • 4 Nights on Broadway 4:32
  • 5 Tragedy 5:00
  • 6 Night Fever 3:30
  • 7 More Than a Woman 3:15
  • 8 Fanny (Be Tender with My Love) 4:06
  • 9 Spirits (Having Flown) 5:17
  • 10 If I Can't Have You 3:25
  • 11 Boogie Child 4:12
  • 12 Love You Inside Out 4:08
  • 13 You Win Again 4:01
  • 14 One 4:50
  • 15 Secret Love 3:42
  • 16 Alone 4:50
  • 17 Still Waters (Run Deep) 4:08
  • 18 This Is Where I Came in 4:55
  • 19 Spicks and Specks 2:33
  • Reissue of this 2009 two CD collection. The Ultimate Bee Gees features songs spanning their entire career. This set was released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of The Bee Gees. Although the group did not start recording until 1963 on Festival Records in Australia, they began calling themselves The Bee Gees in 1959 after several name changes such as Wee Johnny Hayes and the Bluecats, The Rattlesnakes and BG's. Each disc is themed with the first containing more upbeat songs, called A Night Out, and the second containing slower songs and ballads, called A Night In, though the cover art does not distinguish this theme. Liner notes were written by Sir Tim Rice. This also marks the return of the 1970s era logo on an official Bee Gees release, which was last used in 1983.