Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Bee Gees - Rare Precious And Beautiful

Where Are You/Spicks And Specks/Playdown/Big Chance/Glass House/How Many Birds/Secondhand People/I Don't Know Why I Bother Myself/Monday Rain/Tint Of Blue/Jingle Jangle/Born A Man

Rare Precious & Beautiful is a reissue of their album "Spicks and Specks", from 1966. These early tracks feature fairly spartan vocal harmony pop with some mild psych influences. Don't be misled by their awful reputation these early tracks are somewhat decent pop/psych. To me this was their coming of age album giving a hint of what was to come once they set up shop in the UK has their first major aussie hit Spicks and Specks bought the single still love it also on there are their versions of the Mike Furber single "Where Are You/Seconhand People" another great single. If you're a fan of the Bee Gees 60's music you should like this.

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