New York Mining Disaster 1941
Label: Bee Gees Catalog
With Maurice tragically departed, Barry and Robin Gibb have reunited to set the record straight on the Bee Gees, a trio that was as successful as it was misjudged. They started off as a blessedly eccentric Beatles-style psychedelic pop group ("Massachusetts," "I've Gotta Get a Message to You"), transitioned into a fine soft rock act ("Lonely Days," "How Do You Mend a Broken Heart") and then became the reigning, helium-voiced gods of the disco era. This set gives you all of that, plus surprisingly rich newer songs, such as "This Is Where I Came In."