The Bee Gees

The Strange Brew Podcast salutes one of the best British acts of all time and focus on Bee Gees material from their classic psych period of 1966-73.

The Bee Gees 1968 (left to right – Robin Gibb, Vince Melouney, Barry Gibb, Colin Peterson and Maurice Gibb)
  1. The Bee Gees – First of May (Odessa Deluxe Edition, Reprise, 2009 originally released 1969)
  2. Ronnie Burns – Exit, Stage Right (Single A-side, Spin (Aus), 1967)
  3. The Bee Gees – Coalman (Inception/Nostalgia, Karussell, 1970 (rec Australia 1966)
  4. Johnny Young – Craise Finton Kirk (Craise Finton Kirk EP, Clarion (Aus), 1967)
  5. Dave Berry – Forever (Single A-side, Decca, 1967)
  6. The Monopoly – House of Lords (Single A-side, Polydor, 1967)
  7. Tangerine Peel – Every Christian Lion-Hearted Man Will Show You (Single A-side, United Artists, 1967)
  8. Sidewalk Society – Red Chair Fade Away (A Phase We’re Going Through, Fruits de Mer, 2010)
  9. Adam Faith – Cowman, Milk Your Cow (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1967)
  10. Lori Balmer – Four Faces West (Single B-side to Treacle Brown, Polydor, 1968)
  11. The Teenmakers – The Earnest of Being George (Teenmakers, Triola (Denmark), 1968)
  12. Sandie Shaw – Sun In My Eyes (Reviewing the Situation, Pye, 1969)
  13. The Bee Gees – Down to Earth (Idea, Polydor, 1968)
  14. Robin Gibb – Saved By The Bell (Single A-side, Polydor, 1969)
  15. PP Arnold – Bury Me Down By The River (Single A-side, Polydor, 1969)
  16. Barry Gibb – This Time (Single B-side to I’ll Kiss Your Memory, Polydor, 1970)
  17. Maurice Gibb – I’ve Come Back (Single B-side to Railroad, Polydor, 1970)
  18. The Bee Gees – Elisa (Single B-side to Wouldn’t I Be Someone, Polydor, 1973)

Listen to their late Australian sessions, songs they gave away, cover versions, artists they backed, solo projects and rare tracks: 

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