Bee Gees – Spirits Having Flown (1979): Review

Label – RSO,Warner Bros Produced by The Bee Gees,Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson The Bee Gees had reached their commercial Zenith on the soundtrack album “Saturday Night Fever” a couple of years previously. Its strong songs, obviously directed towards Disco culture and in support of the Box Office smash movie of the same name would…

Bee Gees – Odessa (1969)

Label – Polydor Producer – Robert Stigwood Having enjoyed pop chart success via the singles “New York Mining Disaster 1941”, “Massachusetts” “Words” and “I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You”, the brothers Gibb felt confident enough to court a more discerning and mature audience. Conceptual subject matter was of course de rigeur, and ever the…

Napoleon In Rags, The Bee Gees

Being a long time fan of XTC, I’m always interested in post punk bands that come from their hometown of Swindon. Four piece Napoleon In Rags still have a long way to go, but judging by the songs they’ve posted on their Myspace page, they most certainly sound like a band to follow. They’re playing…