Taking the form of a journal chronicling all of the Bee Gees important events, including recording sessions, concerts, television appearances, radio shows and record releases, The Bee Gees Day-By-Day Story: 1945-1972 is the most in-depth look at the early years of this international phenomenon. The product of six years of intensive research, the book takes readers into the recording studio and through the on-tour mania that surrounded the Bee Gees' earliest tastes of fame. Along the way, the author offers a one-of-a-kind look at the trio s creative process from birth to the big time. Among the highlights of this comprehensive history are details of lost songs, aborted film and television projects, rare releases featuring their involvement and dozens of seldom seen illustrations. The book contains exclusive interviews with Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb and early band member Vince Melouney. Sure to be the definitive reference book on the early days of the Bee Gees, Andrew Sandoval is uniquely qualified to pen this volume, having overseen the restoration and reissue of the band s classic material.
|Publisher:||Retrofuture Products LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.20(w) x 11.40(h) x 0.40(d)|