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The brothers had to sing live, but received such a positive response from the audience that they decided to pursue a singing career.

In August the Gibb family, including older sister Lesley and infant brother Andy born in March , emigrated to Redcliffe , just north-east of Brisbane in Queensland , Australia.

The young brothers began performing to raise pocket-money. Speedway promoter and driver Bill Goode, who had hired the brothers to entertain the crowd at the Redcliffe Speedway in , introduced them to Brisbane radio-presenter jockey Bill Gates.

The crowd at the speedway would throw money onto the track for the boys, who generally performed during the interval of meetings usually on the back of a truck that drove around the track and, in a deal with Goode, any money they collected from the crowd they were allowed to keep.

The name was not specifically a reference to "Brothers Gibb", despite popular belief. Through his songwriting, Barry sparked the interest of Australian star Col Joye , who helped the brothers get a recording deal in with Festival Records subsidiary Leedon Records under the name "Bee Gees".

The three released two or three singles a year, while Barry supplied additional songs to other Australian artists.

It was released on his posthumous album 50 St. Catherine's Drive. By Festival Records was, however, on the verge of dropping them from the Leedon roster because of their perceived lack of commercial success.

Kipner briefly took over as the group's manager and successfully negotiated their transfer to Spin in exchange for granting Festival the Australian distribution-rights to the group's recordings.

Byrne gave the Gibb brothers virtually unlimited access to St Clair Studio over a period of several months in mid During this productive time they recorded a large batch of original material—including the song that became their first major hit, "Spicks and Specks" on which Byrne played the trumpet coda —as well as cover versions of current hits by overseas acts such as the Beatles.

Frustrated by their lack of success, the Gibbs began their return journey to England on 4 January , with Ossie Byrne travelling with them.

Work quickly began on the group's first international album, and Stigwood launched a promotional campaign to coincide with its release. Stigwood proclaimed that the Bee Gees were "The most significant new musical talent of ", thus initiating the comparison of the Bee Gees to the Beatles.

Before recording the first album, the group expanded to include Colin Petersen and Vince Melouney. Some DJs immediately assumed this was a new single by the Beatles and started playing the song in heavy rotation.

This helped the song climb into the top 20 in both the UK and US. Originally written for Otis Redding , "To Love Somebody", a soulful ballad sung by Barry, has since become a pop standard covered by many artists.

The parent album, Bee Gees 1st their first internationally , peaked at No. Bill Shepherd was credited as the arranger.

After recording that album, the group recorded their first BBC session at the Playhouse Theatre , Northumberland Avenue , in London, with Bill Bebb as the producer, and they performed three songs.

That session is included on BBC Sessions: — Maurice recalled:. Jimmy Savile was on it and that was amazing because we'd seen pictures of him in the Beatles fan club book, so we thought we were really there!

You have to remember this was really before the superstar was invented so you were all in it together. In late , they began recording for the second album.

The Herald Angels Sing " on tape boxes and subsequent release. The songs were all pre-recorded on 1 December and the group lip-synched their performance.

The recordings were eventually released on the "Horizontal" reissue bonus disc in The folk group the Settlers and Radio 1 disc-jockey, Kenny Everett , also performed on the programme which was presented by the Reverend Edward H.

Patey, dean of the cathedral. January began with a promotional trip to the US. Los Angeles Police were on alert in anticipation of a Beatles-type reception, and special security arrangements were being put in place.

The Horizontal album reached No. With the release of Horizontal , they also embarked on a Scandinavian tour with concerts in Copenhagen.

Around the same time, the Bee Gees turned down an offer to write and perform the soundtrack for the film Wonderwall , according to director Joe Massot.

On 27 February , the band, backed by the piece Massachusetts String Orchestra, began their first tour of Germany with two concerts at Hamburg Musikhalle.

After that, the group was off to Switzerland. As Maurice described it:. There were over 5, kids at the airport in Zurich.

The entire ride to Bern , the kids were waving Union Jacks. When we got to the hotel, the police weren't there to meet us and the kids crushed the car.

We were inside and the windows were all getting smashed in, and we were on the floor. Two more singles followed in early the ballad " Words " No.

After the tour and TV special to promote the album, Vince Melouney left the group, desiring to play more of a blues style music than the Gibbs were writing.

Melouney did achieve one feat while with the Bee Gees: his composition " Such a Shame " from Idea is the only song on any Bee Gees album not written by a Gibb brother.

The band were due to begin a seven-week tour of the US on 2 August , but on 27 July, Robin collapsed and fell unconscious. He was admitted to a London nursing home suffering from nervous exhaustion, and the American tour was postponed.

Robin, still feeling poorly, missed the New York sessions, but the rest of the band put away instrumental tracks and demos.

By , Robin began to feel that Stigwood had been favouring Barry as the frontman. Their next album, which was to have been a concept album called Masterpeace , evolved into the double-album Odessa.

Most rock critics felt this was the best Bee Gees album of the s with its progressive rock feel on the title track , the country-flavoured " Marley Purt Drive " and " Give Your Best ", and ballads such as " Melody Fair " and " First of May " the last of which became the only single from the album and a UK 6 hit.

Feeling the flipside, " Lamplight ," should have been the A-side, Robin quit the group in mid and launched a solo career. The single " Tomorrow Tomorrow " was also released and was a moderate hit in the UK, where it reached No.

The compilation reached the top 10 in both the UK and the US. The band made their debut performance without Robin at Talk of the Town.

They had recruited their sister, Lesley , into the group at this time. Petersen played drums on the tracks recorded for the album but was fired from the group after filming began he went on to form the Humpy Bong with Jonathan Kelly.

His parts were edited out of the final cut of the film and Pentangle drummer Terry Cox was recruited to complete the recording of songs for the album.

After the album was released in early , it seemed that the Bee Gees were finished. The next two singles, " I. On 1 December , Barry and Maurice parted ways professionally.

Maurice started to record his first solo album, The Loner , which was not released. In mid , according to Barry, "Robin rang me in Spain where I was on holiday [saying] 'let's do it again'".

By 21 August , after they had reunited, Barry announced that the Bee Gees "are there and they will never, ever part again". Maurice said, "We just discussed it and re-formed.

We want to apologise publicly to Robin for the things that have been said. Bridgford had previously worked with the Groove and Tin Tin and played drums on Maurice's unreleased first solo album.

The lead single " Lonely Days " reached No. Their ninth album, Trafalgar , was released in late Later that year, the group's songs were included in the soundtrack for the film Melody.

In , they hit No. By , however, the Bee Gees were in a rut. A second compilation album, Best of Bee Gees, Volume 2 , was released in , although it did not repeat the success of Volume 1.

Goode " [52] and " Reelin' and Rockin' ". After a tour of the United States in early and a Canadian tour later in the year, [54] the group ended up playing small clubs.

The resulting LP, Mr. When it, too, failed to attract much interest, Mardin encouraged them to work within the soul music style.

The brothers attempted to assemble a live stage band that could replicate their studio sound. Lead guitarist Alan Kendall had come on board in but did not have much to do until Mr.

For that album, they added drummer Dennis Bryon, and they later added ex- Strawbs keyboard player Blue Weaver, completing the Bee Gees band that lasted through the late '70s.

Maurice, who had previously performed on piano, guitar, harpsichord, electric piano, organ, mellotron and bass guitar, as well as mandolin and Moog synthesiser , by then confined himself to bass onstage.

After starting off with ballads, they eventually heeded the urging of Mardin and Stigwood, and crafted more dance-oriented disco songs, including their second US No.

The band liked the resulting new sound. This time the public agreed by sending the LP Main Course up the charts. This album included the first Bee Gees songs wherein Barry used falsetto , [57] something that became a trademark of the band.

The next album, Children of the World , released in September , was filled with Barry's new-found falsetto and Weaver's synthesizer disco licks.

The pop ballad " Love So Right " reached No. Following a successful live album, Here at Last Bee Gees It was the turning point of their career.

The cultural impact of both the film and the soundtrack was seismic throughout the world, prolonging the disco scene's mainstream appeal.

The band's involvement in the film did not begin until post-production. I was dancing to Stevie Wonder and Boz Scaggs.

They flipped out and said these will be great. We still had no concept of the movie, except some kind of rough script that they'd brought with them.

You've got to remember, we were fairly dead in the water at that point, , somewhere in that zone—the Bee Gees' sound was basically tired.

We needed something new. We hadn't had a hit record in about three years. So we felt, Oh Jeez, that's it. That's our life span, like most groups in the late '60s.

So, we had to find something. We didn't know what was going to happen. Bill Oakes, who supervised the soundtrack, asserts that Saturday Night Fever did not begin the disco craze but rather prolonged it: "Disco had run its course.

These days, Fever is credited with kicking off the whole disco thing—it really didn't. Truth is, it breathed new life into a genre that was actually dying.

Such was the popularity of Saturday Night Fever that two different versions of the song " More Than a Woman " received airplay, one by the Bee Gees, which was relegated to an album track, and another by Tavares , which was the hit.

During a nine-month period beginning in the Christmas season of , seven songs written by the brothers held the No. Fuelled by the film's success, the soundtrack broke multiple industry records, becoming the highest-selling album in recording history to that point.

As of [update] , it is calculated as the fourth highest-selling album worldwide. Such chart dominance had not been seen since April , when the Beatles had all five of the top five American singles.

During this era, Barry and Robin also wrote " Emotion " for an old friend, Australian vocalist Samantha Sang , who made it a top 10 hit, with the Bee Gees singing backing vocals.

Barry also wrote the title song to the film version of the Broadway musical Grease for Frankie Valli to perform, which went to No. The movie had been heavily promoted prior to release and was expected to enjoy great commercial success.

However, it was savaged by film critics as a disjointed mess and ignored by the public. Though some of its tracks charted, the soundtrack too was a high-profile flop.

The single " Oh! Darling ", credited to Robin Gibb, reached No. The Spirits Having Flown tour capitalised on Bee Gees fever that was sweeping the nation, with sold-out concerts in 38 cities.

With this video, Pitts and Allen began a long association with the brothers. The Bee Gees even had a country hit in with " Rest Your Love on Me ", the flip side of their pop hit "Too Much Heaven", which made the top 40 on the country charts.

It was also a hit for Conway Twitty , topping the country music charts. The Bee Gees' overwhelming success rose and fell with the disco bubble.

By the end of , disco was rapidly declining in popularity, and the backlash against disco put the Bee Gees' American career in a tailspin.

Following their remarkable run from to , the act had only one more top 10 single in the US, and that did not come until the single " One " reached number 7 in Barry Gibb considered the success of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack both a blessing and a curse:.

Fever was No. It wasn't just like a hit album. It was No. It was just an amazing, crazy, extraordinary time. I remember not being able to answer the phone, and I remember people climbing over my walls.

I was quite grateful when it stopped. It was too unreal. In the long run, your life is better if it's not like that on a constant basis.

Nice though it was. Robin co-produced Jimmy Ruffin 's Sunrise released in May , but the songs were started in ; the album contains songs written by the Gibb brothers.

He co-produced, and wrote or co-wrote all nine of the album's tracks four of them written with Robin, and the title track with both Robin and Maurice.

Barry also appeared on the album's cover with Streisand and duetted with her on two tracks. The album reached No.

Two singles from the album fared little better—" He's a Liar ", which reached No. At first, the Bee Gees lost the case; one juror said that a factor in the jury's decision was the Gibbs' failure to introduce expert testimony rebutting the plaintiff's expert testimony that it was "impossible" for the two songs to have been written independently.

However, the verdict was overturned a few months later. Maurice released his second single to date, " Hold Her in Your Hand ", the first one having been released in In , Diana Ross released the album Eaten Alive , written by the Bee Gees, with the title track co-written with Michael Jackson who also performed on the track.

The Bee Gees released the album E. It was their first album in six years, and their first for Warner Bros. The single " You Win Again " went to No.

On 10 March , younger brother Andy Gibb died, aged 30, as a result of myocarditis , an inflammation of the heart muscle due to a recent viral infection.

The Bee Gees later got together with Eric Clapton to create a group called ' the Bunburys ' to raise money for English charities.

The last song reached No. The album also contained their first US Top 10 hit No. After the album's release, the band embarked on its first world tour in 10 years.

The album became one of their best-selling albums in that country, and was eventually certified Triple Platinum. After the tour, Barry Gibb began to battle a serious back problem, which required surgery.

In addition, he suffered from arthritis which, at one point, was so severe that it was doubtful that he would be able to play guitar for much longer.

Also, in the early s, Maurice Gibb finally sought treatment for his alcoholism, which he had battled for many years with the help of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Success still eluded them in the US, however, as the first single released, " Paying the Price of Love ", only managed to reach No. In , they released the album Still Waters , which sold over four million copies and reached No.

The CD of the performance sold over 5 million copies. The "One Night Only" name grew out of the band's declaration that, due to Barry's health issues, the Las Vegas show was to be the final live performance of their career.

After the immensely positive audience response to the Vegas concert, Barry decided to continue despite the pain, and the concert expanded into their last full-blown world tour of "One Night Only" concerts.

In , the group's soundtrack for Saturday Night Fever was incorporated into a stage production produced first in the West End and then on Broadway.

They wrote three new songs for the adaptation. Also in , the brothers released " Ellan Vannin " for Manx charities, recorded the previous year.

Known as the unofficial national anthem of the Isle of Man, the brothers performed the song during their world tour to reflect their pride in the place of their birth.

The Bee Gees closed the century with what turned out to be their last full-sized concert, known as BG2K , on 31 December The title track was also a UK Top 20 hit single.

The same week that Maurice died, Robin's solo album Magnet was released. On 23 February , the Bee Gees received the Grammy Legend Award , they also became the first recipients of that award in the 21st century.

Barry and Robin accepted as well as Maurice's son, Adam, in a tearful ceremony. In late , Robin embarked on a solo tour of Germany, Russia and Asia.

It was their first public performance together since Maurice's death. On 20 November it was announced that Robin Gibb, at 61 years old, had been diagnosed with liver cancer , a condition he had become aware of several months earlier.

He had become noticeably thinner in previous months and had to cancel several appearances due to severe abdominal pain. It was his first public appearance for almost five months and, as it turned out, his final one.

In September and October , Barry performed his first solo tour "in honour of his brothers and a lifetime of music".

It also included the band's entire concert in Melbourne , Australia, available only on video as All for One prior to this release.

No unreleased tracks from the era were included. After a hiatus from performing, Barry Gibb returned to solo and guest singing performances.

He occasionally appears with his son, Steve Gibb. It was the first release of new Bee Gees-related music since the posthumous release of Robin Gibb's 50 St.

Also in , Capitol Records signed a new distribution deal with Barry and the estates of his brothers for the Bee Gees catalog, bringing their music back to Universal.

In his Playboy magazine interview, John Lennon praised the Bee Gees, "Try to tell the kids in the seventies who were screaming to the Bee Gees that their music was just the Beatles redone.

There is nothing wrong with the Bee Gees. They do a damn good job. There was nothing else going on then. We Rock and Roll guys thought we were dead meat when that movie and the Bee Gees came out.

The Bee Gees were brilliant musicians and really nice people. No big egos. Rod, in his brilliance, decided to do a spoof on disco.

VERY smart man. There is no such thing as a "dumb" super success in the music business. Kevin Parker of Tame Impala has said that listening to the Bee Gees after taking mushrooms inspired him to change the sound of the music he was making in his album Currents.

The English indie rock band the Cribs was also influenced by the Bee Gees. Cribs member Ryan Jarman said: "It must have had quite a big influence on us — pop melodies is something we always revert to.

I always want to get back to pop melodies and I'm sure that's due to that Bee Gees phase we went through". We loved their songwriting and beautiful harmonies.

Recording their classic song, 'Emotion' was a special time for Destiny's Child. Sadly we lost Robin Gibb this week. My heart goes out to his brother Barry and the rest of his family.

Carrie Underwood said, about discovering the Bee Gees during her childhood, "My parents listened to the Bee Gees quite a bit when I was little, so I was definitely exposed to them at an early age.

Highly ranked [ clarification needed ] nationally all season, the Gee-Gees posted a 15—5 regular-season record and were dead-set on making an appearance in the CIS tournament.

The team lost to the Lakehead Thunderwolves in the national championship semifinals but defeated the Acadia Axemen to earn their first national medal in school history with a bronze.

The —14 season was one of the best in school history with the play of star senior Johnny Berhanemeskel and star transfer Terry Thomas the Gee-Gees were ranked at 2 in the nation almost all season and posted a school-best 20—2 regular-season record with their two losses coming against nation's 1 Carleton.

In the semifinals, Ottawa easily beat McMaster and advanced to the gold medal game against Carleton the following day.

In the final, the Gee-Gees edged Carleton by a score of to win their first Wilson Cup basketball in 21 years.

The loss was Carleton's first against Canadian competition in 49 straight games. Sitting on seed 1 for the Final 8 in the W.

The second time this season, facing the cross-town rival in a final game, the Gee-Gees lost this time, 79— Terry Thomas. Johnny Berhanemeskel.

The Gee-Gees women's soccer program was founded in by current head coach Steven Johnson. The team went on to become national champions in , in just their third season of play, after which Johnson was recognized as CIAU coach of the year an honour he would again receive in They won OUA bronze in The University of Ottawa women's soccer team became national champions on November 11, with a 2—1 victory over the Trinity Western Spartans in front of a home crowd.

This was their first finals appearance since , lead by long-time head coach Steve Johnson. As head coach since , Jen Boyd has led the University of Ottawa's Women's rugby team with great success, and became the first full-time head coach in women's rugby.

The Gee-Gees Rugby team finally won their first national championship in after defeating the Laval Rouge et Or by a score of The men's hockey program was formed in The team played in the Ottawa City Hockey League.

The team was first known as "Garnet and Grey", as well as the other varsity athletic programs within the University of Ottawa.

In the s, all the varsity athletic programs became known as the "Gee-Gees", which was nicknamed by the media. The Gee-Gees had tremendous success in the s.

Despite, that the Gee-Gees have yet to win the University Cup. However, the Gee-Gees failed to record a win and went home Notably, it was the first time since that the Gee-Gees played in the University Cup.

The Gee-Gees played in several rinks before the current Minto Sports Complex, which was built on the site of the Minto Arena, the former Minto Skating Club facility, which was demolished in The first rink was known as "College Yard", which was an outdoor rink in front of Tabaret Hall.

The second venue for the Gee-Gees was the indoor Rideau Skating Rink , which was flooded during winter for the ice surface. On March 3, , the University of Ottawa men's varsity hockey team was suspended from any activity due to "severe misconduct".

In a press conference, the university stated that they alerted the police due to the severity of the allegations. It was later discovered that some of the players on the hockey team were allegedly involved in a gang sexual assault on the weekend of February 1 while in Thunder Bay playing Lakehead University.

University of Ottawa officials were made aware of the situation by a third party on February 24, University officials gave information to Thunder Bay police, who confirmed they were in the initial stages of an investigation regarding a sexual assault.

During a press conference on March 3, , the president of the university, Allan Rock , stated that the university was going to announce the suspension of the hockey program on February 28, , but the Thunder Bay Police asked them to delay.

Two former players ultimately faced charges related to the incident. In June , Rock announced uOttawa would not ice a team in January , Rock announced that uOttawa would sit out the —16 season as well in order to give university officials more time to implement reforms.

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Their next album, which was to have been a concept album called Masterpeace , evolved into the double-album Odessa.

Most rock critics felt this was the best Bee Gees album of the s with its progressive rock feel on the title track , the country-flavoured " Marley Purt Drive " and " Give Your Best ", and ballads such as " Melody Fair " and " First of May " the last of which became the only single from the album and a UK 6 hit.

Feeling the flipside, " Lamplight ," should have been the A-side, Robin quit the group in mid and launched a solo career. The single " Tomorrow Tomorrow " was also released and was a moderate hit in the UK, where it reached No.

The compilation reached the top 10 in both the UK and the US. The band made their debut performance without Robin at Talk of the Town.

They had recruited their sister, Lesley , into the group at this time. Petersen played drums on the tracks recorded for the album but was fired from the group after filming began he went on to form the Humpy Bong with Jonathan Kelly.

His parts were edited out of the final cut of the film and Pentangle drummer Terry Cox was recruited to complete the recording of songs for the album.

After the album was released in early , it seemed that the Bee Gees were finished. The next two singles, " I. On 1 December , Barry and Maurice parted ways professionally.

Maurice started to record his first solo album, The Loner , which was not released. In mid , according to Barry, "Robin rang me in Spain where I was on holiday [saying] 'let's do it again'".

By 21 August , after they had reunited, Barry announced that the Bee Gees "are there and they will never, ever part again". Maurice said, "We just discussed it and re-formed.

We want to apologise publicly to Robin for the things that have been said. Bridgford had previously worked with the Groove and Tin Tin and played drums on Maurice's unreleased first solo album.

The lead single " Lonely Days " reached No. Their ninth album, Trafalgar , was released in late Later that year, the group's songs were included in the soundtrack for the film Melody.

In , they hit No. By , however, the Bee Gees were in a rut. A second compilation album, Best of Bee Gees, Volume 2 , was released in , although it did not repeat the success of Volume 1.

Goode " [52] and " Reelin' and Rockin' ". After a tour of the United States in early and a Canadian tour later in the year, [54] the group ended up playing small clubs.

The resulting LP, Mr. When it, too, failed to attract much interest, Mardin encouraged them to work within the soul music style.

The brothers attempted to assemble a live stage band that could replicate their studio sound. Lead guitarist Alan Kendall had come on board in but did not have much to do until Mr.

For that album, they added drummer Dennis Bryon, and they later added ex- Strawbs keyboard player Blue Weaver, completing the Bee Gees band that lasted through the late '70s.

Maurice, who had previously performed on piano, guitar, harpsichord, electric piano, organ, mellotron and bass guitar, as well as mandolin and Moog synthesiser , by then confined himself to bass onstage.

After starting off with ballads, they eventually heeded the urging of Mardin and Stigwood, and crafted more dance-oriented disco songs, including their second US No.

The band liked the resulting new sound. This time the public agreed by sending the LP Main Course up the charts. This album included the first Bee Gees songs wherein Barry used falsetto , [57] something that became a trademark of the band.

The next album, Children of the World , released in September , was filled with Barry's new-found falsetto and Weaver's synthesizer disco licks.

The pop ballad " Love So Right " reached No. Following a successful live album, Here at Last Bee Gees It was the turning point of their career.

The cultural impact of both the film and the soundtrack was seismic throughout the world, prolonging the disco scene's mainstream appeal.

The band's involvement in the film did not begin until post-production. I was dancing to Stevie Wonder and Boz Scaggs. They flipped out and said these will be great.

We still had no concept of the movie, except some kind of rough script that they'd brought with them. You've got to remember, we were fairly dead in the water at that point, , somewhere in that zone—the Bee Gees' sound was basically tired.

We needed something new. We hadn't had a hit record in about three years. So we felt, Oh Jeez, that's it. That's our life span, like most groups in the late '60s.

So, we had to find something. We didn't know what was going to happen. Bill Oakes, who supervised the soundtrack, asserts that Saturday Night Fever did not begin the disco craze but rather prolonged it: "Disco had run its course.

These days, Fever is credited with kicking off the whole disco thing—it really didn't. Truth is, it breathed new life into a genre that was actually dying.

Such was the popularity of Saturday Night Fever that two different versions of the song " More Than a Woman " received airplay, one by the Bee Gees, which was relegated to an album track, and another by Tavares , which was the hit.

During a nine-month period beginning in the Christmas season of , seven songs written by the brothers held the No. Fuelled by the film's success, the soundtrack broke multiple industry records, becoming the highest-selling album in recording history to that point.

As of [update] , it is calculated as the fourth highest-selling album worldwide. Such chart dominance had not been seen since April , when the Beatles had all five of the top five American singles.

During this era, Barry and Robin also wrote " Emotion " for an old friend, Australian vocalist Samantha Sang , who made it a top 10 hit, with the Bee Gees singing backing vocals.

Barry also wrote the title song to the film version of the Broadway musical Grease for Frankie Valli to perform, which went to No.

The movie had been heavily promoted prior to release and was expected to enjoy great commercial success. However, it was savaged by film critics as a disjointed mess and ignored by the public.

Though some of its tracks charted, the soundtrack too was a high-profile flop. The single " Oh! Darling ", credited to Robin Gibb, reached No. The Spirits Having Flown tour capitalised on Bee Gees fever that was sweeping the nation, with sold-out concerts in 38 cities.

With this video, Pitts and Allen began a long association with the brothers. The Bee Gees even had a country hit in with " Rest Your Love on Me ", the flip side of their pop hit "Too Much Heaven", which made the top 40 on the country charts.

It was also a hit for Conway Twitty , topping the country music charts. The Bee Gees' overwhelming success rose and fell with the disco bubble.

By the end of , disco was rapidly declining in popularity, and the backlash against disco put the Bee Gees' American career in a tailspin.

Following their remarkable run from to , the act had only one more top 10 single in the US, and that did not come until the single " One " reached number 7 in Barry Gibb considered the success of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack both a blessing and a curse:.

Fever was No. It wasn't just like a hit album. It was No. It was just an amazing, crazy, extraordinary time. I remember not being able to answer the phone, and I remember people climbing over my walls.

I was quite grateful when it stopped. It was too unreal. In the long run, your life is better if it's not like that on a constant basis.

Nice though it was. Robin co-produced Jimmy Ruffin 's Sunrise released in May , but the songs were started in ; the album contains songs written by the Gibb brothers.

He co-produced, and wrote or co-wrote all nine of the album's tracks four of them written with Robin, and the title track with both Robin and Maurice.

Barry also appeared on the album's cover with Streisand and duetted with her on two tracks. The album reached No. Two singles from the album fared little better—" He's a Liar ", which reached No.

At first, the Bee Gees lost the case; one juror said that a factor in the jury's decision was the Gibbs' failure to introduce expert testimony rebutting the plaintiff's expert testimony that it was "impossible" for the two songs to have been written independently.

However, the verdict was overturned a few months later. Maurice released his second single to date, " Hold Her in Your Hand ", the first one having been released in In , Diana Ross released the album Eaten Alive , written by the Bee Gees, with the title track co-written with Michael Jackson who also performed on the track.

The Bee Gees released the album E. It was their first album in six years, and their first for Warner Bros. The single " You Win Again " went to No.

On 10 March , younger brother Andy Gibb died, aged 30, as a result of myocarditis , an inflammation of the heart muscle due to a recent viral infection.

The Bee Gees later got together with Eric Clapton to create a group called ' the Bunburys ' to raise money for English charities.

The last song reached No. The album also contained their first US Top 10 hit No. After the album's release, the band embarked on its first world tour in 10 years.

The album became one of their best-selling albums in that country, and was eventually certified Triple Platinum. After the tour, Barry Gibb began to battle a serious back problem, which required surgery.

In addition, he suffered from arthritis which, at one point, was so severe that it was doubtful that he would be able to play guitar for much longer.

Also, in the early s, Maurice Gibb finally sought treatment for his alcoholism, which he had battled for many years with the help of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Success still eluded them in the US, however, as the first single released, " Paying the Price of Love ", only managed to reach No.

In , they released the album Still Waters , which sold over four million copies and reached No. The CD of the performance sold over 5 million copies.

The "One Night Only" name grew out of the band's declaration that, due to Barry's health issues, the Las Vegas show was to be the final live performance of their career.

After the immensely positive audience response to the Vegas concert, Barry decided to continue despite the pain, and the concert expanded into their last full-blown world tour of "One Night Only" concerts.

In , the group's soundtrack for Saturday Night Fever was incorporated into a stage production produced first in the West End and then on Broadway.

They wrote three new songs for the adaptation. Also in , the brothers released " Ellan Vannin " for Manx charities, recorded the previous year.

Known as the unofficial national anthem of the Isle of Man, the brothers performed the song during their world tour to reflect their pride in the place of their birth.

The Bee Gees closed the century with what turned out to be their last full-sized concert, known as BG2K , on 31 December The title track was also a UK Top 20 hit single.

The same week that Maurice died, Robin's solo album Magnet was released. On 23 February , the Bee Gees received the Grammy Legend Award , they also became the first recipients of that award in the 21st century.

Barry and Robin accepted as well as Maurice's son, Adam, in a tearful ceremony. In late , Robin embarked on a solo tour of Germany, Russia and Asia.

It was their first public performance together since Maurice's death. On 20 November it was announced that Robin Gibb, at 61 years old, had been diagnosed with liver cancer , a condition he had become aware of several months earlier.

He had become noticeably thinner in previous months and had to cancel several appearances due to severe abdominal pain. It was his first public appearance for almost five months and, as it turned out, his final one.

In September and October , Barry performed his first solo tour "in honour of his brothers and a lifetime of music". It also included the band's entire concert in Melbourne , Australia, available only on video as All for One prior to this release.

No unreleased tracks from the era were included. After a hiatus from performing, Barry Gibb returned to solo and guest singing performances. He occasionally appears with his son, Steve Gibb.

It was the first release of new Bee Gees-related music since the posthumous release of Robin Gibb's 50 St. Also in , Capitol Records signed a new distribution deal with Barry and the estates of his brothers for the Bee Gees catalog, bringing their music back to Universal.

In his Playboy magazine interview, John Lennon praised the Bee Gees, "Try to tell the kids in the seventies who were screaming to the Bee Gees that their music was just the Beatles redone.

There is nothing wrong with the Bee Gees. They do a damn good job. There was nothing else going on then. We Rock and Roll guys thought we were dead meat when that movie and the Bee Gees came out.

The Bee Gees were brilliant musicians and really nice people. No big egos. Rod, in his brilliance, decided to do a spoof on disco. VERY smart man.

There is no such thing as a "dumb" super success in the music business. Kevin Parker of Tame Impala has said that listening to the Bee Gees after taking mushrooms inspired him to change the sound of the music he was making in his album Currents.

The English indie rock band the Cribs was also influenced by the Bee Gees. Cribs member Ryan Jarman said: "It must have had quite a big influence on us — pop melodies is something we always revert to.

I always want to get back to pop melodies and I'm sure that's due to that Bee Gees phase we went through". We loved their songwriting and beautiful harmonies.

Recording their classic song, 'Emotion' was a special time for Destiny's Child. Sadly we lost Robin Gibb this week. My heart goes out to his brother Barry and the rest of his family.

Carrie Underwood said, about discovering the Bee Gees during her childhood, "My parents listened to the Bee Gees quite a bit when I was little, so I was definitely exposed to them at an early age.

They just had a sound that was all their own, obviously, [it was] never duplicated". Singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw spoke about the Bee Gees' influence with their own music as well as their songwriting:.

Let's talk about the Bee Gees. That's an iconic group. Not just a great band, but a great group of songwriters. Even long after the Bee Gees' success on the pop charts, they were still writing songs for other people, huge hit songs.

Their talent went far beyond their moment of normal pop success. It is a loss to the music industry and a loss of an iconic group. The beauty of this industry is that we do pay tribute and every artist coming up is a fan of a generation prior to it, so there's a real tradition element to it".

In October the Isle of Man Post Office unveiled a set of 6 stamps honouring their native sons' music. In , they were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.

All three brothers including Maurice, posthumously were invested as Commanders of the Order of the British Empire in December with the ceremony taking place at Buckingham Palace on 27 May Barry Gibb played rhythm guitar.

During the late s, Robin Gibb played piano, organ and guitar occasionally, after which, he only played strings and keyboards privately.

Maurice Gibb played bass guitar , acoustic guitar , lead guitar , harmonica , piano, organ , mellotron , keyboard, synthesizer and drums.

From to he played multiple instruments on many records. During the late s he played mainly bass guitar. From about onward he usually played keyboards and guitars.

Maurice was credited by the brothers as being the most technologically savvy member of the band. Soundtracks Saturday Night Fever and Staying Alive are not official Bee Gees albums, but contain some previously unreleased tracks.

Apart from live and compilation, all their official albums are included on this list. A Kick in the Head Is Worth Eight in the Pants has not been included on the list because it only appeared on numerous bootlegs and was not officially released.

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Johnny Berhanemeskel. The Gee-Gees women's soccer program was founded in by current head coach Steven Johnson. The team went on to become national champions in , in just their third season of play, after which Johnson was recognized as CIAU coach of the year an honour he would again receive in They won OUA bronze in The University of Ottawa women's soccer team became national champions on November 11, with a 2—1 victory over the Trinity Western Spartans in front of a home crowd.

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