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|Bee Gees||Primary Artist|
|Bill Shepherd||Musical Direction|
|Robin Gibb||Composer, Producer, Photo Courtesy|
|Bill Shepherd||Arranger, Musical Director|
|Barry Gibb||Composer, Producer, Photo Courtesy|
|Kenny Clayton||Musical Director|
|David English||Liner Notes|
|Maurice Gibb||Arranger, Composer, Producer|
|Samuel Prakazrel Michel||Composer, Lyricist|
|Yvonne Gibb||Photo Courtesy|
|Peta Gibb||Photo Courtesy|
Posted November 26, 2010
Last Christmas, Warner/Reprise Records released The Ultimate Bee Gees. After much delayed, Mythology was released in time for Christmas. Mythology marks the 50th Anniversary of the Bee Gees. Twenty years ago,their first box set Tales from the Brothers Gibb: A History in Songs 1967-1990 was released and contains most of their greatest hits singles plus B-Sides and Live recordings. Unlike Tales from the Brothers Gibb: A History in Songs 1967-1990, Mythology includes four discs of each Gibb Brothers: Barry, Robin, Maurice, and Andy who was not a member of the Bee Gees, but worked with them. The two surviving Bee Gees including Maurice's wife and Andy's daughter, select their favorite songs. Although there were several songs that was not included in Mythology like Lonely Days, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, World, Fanny (Be Tender With My Love), One, Nights On Broadway, Love So Right, etc., it is worth the listening to it. This is the definitive Bee Gees box set for fans like me. It sounds a lot better for sounds quality and high definition. I highly recommend you get this box set for your Christmas gift. I love the Bee Gees.
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Posted December 21, 2010
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