Bee Gees Greatest review

Bee Gees Greatest

I almost didn't write this review. I'm hesitant to even mention who the review is about. However, I'm now going to strip away my pride and just spit it out. It's the Bee Gees. It took awhile to actually put the CD in and press play. But you know, when I did, all I could do was sing along to the familiar songs and move to the funky rhythms.

As cool or not cool as they may be, the Bee Gees knew how to create hit songs. Falsetto vocal and all. Songs like "Jive Talkin'", "Night Fever", "Tragedy", "You Should Be Dancin'", "More Than A Woman" and of course "Stayin' Alive" still sound great in the 21st century. The production is quality and the instrumentation and the songwriting talent stands out from some of the lackluster "hits" of today. I bet you could hear the melodies to the songs when you read the titles listed here. Didn't you?

If you want jam packed filled CDs with familiar songs that do in fact groove, then the Bee Gees Greatest, which includes 2 discs, would be good for a house party or to brighten up a gloomy day now that summer's over. Mind you, there are a couple questionable songs that I hadn't heard before ("Love Me") and there are a few ballads like "How Deep Is Your Love" and "Love So Right", but again, depending on your mood, they could be perfect for a romantic night in.

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By: Jenny May

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About Jenny May

Jenny May is the founder of Band Weblogs. Based in Oxford, England (originally from New England), Band Weblogs was created in 2005. With a passion for music, Jenny May has performed with bands in the US and the UK, her music has appeared in films, she was a vocal coach for the Yamaha Rock School and has worked on music projects with musicians such as Jon Fishman (Phish), Fyfe Dangerfield (Guillemots) and Cisco Adler (Shwayze). Jenny is currently writing music commentary and reviews for Band Weblogs and writing, recording and performing music with songwriter and musician Dave Tommo.
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