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Bee Gees First Three Aussie Albums To Be Reissued

by Paul Cashmere on January 10, 2013

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The first three Bee Gees Australian albums, before they moved for the UK, will be reissued for the very first time by Warner Music’s Festival label on February 1.

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‘The Bee Gees Sing & Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs’ and ‘Spicks and Specks’ where the official first two Bee Gees album released only in Australia.

A third album ‘Turn Around, Look At Us’ through Festival Records after they left for England and around time of their international debut album ‘Bee Gees 1st’ (even though it was really their third).

The three albums will be released as the The Bee Gees The Festival Albums Collection 1965-1967.

CD1 – The Bee Gees Sing & Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs
1. I Was A Lover, A Leader of Men
2. I Don’t Think It’s Funny
3. How Love Was True
4. To Be Or Not To Be
5. Timber
6. Claustrophobia
7. Could It Be I’m In Love With You
8. And The Children Laughing
9. Wine and Women
10. Don’t Say Goodbye
11. Peace of Mind
12. Take Hold of That Star
13. You Wouldn’t Know
14. Follow The Wind

CD2 –Spicks And Specks
1. Monday’s Rain
2. How Many Birds
3. Playdown
4. Second Hand People
5. I Don’t Know Why I Bother With Myself
6. Big Chance
7. Spicks And Specks
8. Jingle Jangle
9. Tint of Blue
10. Where Are You
11. Born A Man
12. Glass House

CD 3 – Turn Around, Look At Us
1. Turn Around, Look At
2. The Battle of the Blue and the
3. The Three Kisses of Love
4. Theme From Jaime McPheeters
5. Every Day I Have To Cry
6. I Want Home
7. Cherry Red
8. All Of My Life
9. I Am The World
10. I Was A Lover, A Leader of Men
11. Wine and Women
12. Peace of Mind

Warner will also release the single disc best-of ‘Morning Of My Life The best of 1965-66.

The tracklisting is:

1. Spicks And Specks
2. I Am The World
3. I Want Home
4. I Was A Lover, A Leader of Men
5. How Love Was True
6. In The Morning (Of My Life)
7. Exit Stage Right
8. Jingle Jangle
9. Like Nobody Else
10. Butterfly
11. All By Myself
12. Glass House
13. Where Are You
14. Playdown
15. Second Hand People
16. And The Children Laughing
17. Wine And Women
18. I Don’t Know Why I Bother With Myself
19. All Of My Life
20. How Many Birds
21. Coalman
22. Top Hat
23. The Storm
24. I’ll Know What To Do

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