Barry Gibb 10 Essential Tracks

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Andy Gibb, “I Just Want To Be Your Everything” (1977): The Bee Gees‘ little brother followed in their footsteps, hitting Number One with his first three singles.

Barbra Streisand & Barry Gibb, “Guilty” (1980): The perfect battle of two high-strung diva voices in full-blown disco attack mode.

Bee Gees, “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” (1971): Their first U.S. Number One hit, coming back from a two-year breakup – a ballad soulful enough for Al Green to cover.

Bee Gees, “Stayin’ Alive” (1977): Their hugest hit, from Saturday Night Fever, with Barry unleashing his world-beating falsetto.

Bee Gees, “Nights on Broadway” (1975): Given up for dead, the Gibbs roared back bigger than ever as dance-floor studs.

Bee Gees, “Born a Man” (1967): You don’t normally think of Barry as a blues man, but this oddity makes it seem like he spent a weekend studying his Stones records.

Bee Gees, “New York Mining Disaster 1941” (1966): The Bee Gees‘ breakthrough hit defined their early style of over-the-top ballads, with Barry and Robin locking their voices in two-part agony.

The Flying Burrito Brothers, “To Love Somebody” (1970): Gram Parsons makes this a hippie country-soul heartbreaker.

Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton, “Islands in the Stream” (1983): The classic duet, celebrating silver-fox romance with intense sexual imagery.

Bee Gees, “World” (1968): Not a hit in the U.S, but prized by Gibb cultists, with one of Barry’s spookiest vocals.

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