What a family business Bee Gees were. Since forming in 1959, the phenomenal trio have sold well in excess of 220 million albums worldwide and survived huge stylistic changes in music and fashion, as well as personal tragedies that would have scuppered any lesser outfit.

With founding member Barry Gibb still at the helm, news that the band’s 22 studio albums, soundtracks, compilations, unreleased recordings and long-form audio-visual projects have been snapped up by Capitol Records is of huge interest to Bee Gees’ vast fanbase. Within the music business, Barry and his late siblings, Maurice and Robin, are revered: they have been awarded eight Grammy Awards and been inducted into both the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. It all testifies to their incredible achievements as super-sophisticated pop masters who are also responsible for ushering in the age of mass-appeal disco with the 40-million selling Saturday Night Fever album (the best-selling soundtrack of all time), while nine No.1s and 23 Top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 also count among their career pinnacles.

Away from the obvious hits including ‘How Deep Is Your Love’, ‘Night Fever’, and ‘Stayin’ Alive’, from Saturday Night Fever, plus ‘How Can You Mend A Broken Heart’, ‘One’, ‘Lonely Days’, ‘Words’, and numerous other classics, there are plenty of surprises, like the rediscovered masterpiece Odessa, alongside many other goodies.

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Idea

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Odessa

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Cucumber Castle

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2 Years On

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Trafalgar

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To Whom It May Concern

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Size Isn't Everything

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Still Waters

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This Is Where I Came In

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Saturday Night Fever

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