There seems to be a synth part missing in the change from the slow section back into the groove…
Last Friday 16th March 2012 I was a guest at ‘The Bee Gees Story” performed by The Italien Bee Gees in Papenburg, North Germany.
They asked if I would perform ‘Songbird’ and ‘Our Love(Don’t Throw It All Away)’ with them. We performed them just with voices and piano oh! and I asked their keyboard player just to add a little strings. This was the first time I had performed these songs onstage apart from a concert in Fort Lauderdale where I played ‘Our Love’ with Andy Gibb.
This was a magical night and I look forward to playing with the group again. If they are near you and you love the Bee Gees music go and see them you won’t be disappointed…
Terrible sound, I know it’s Pancake day but why did they have to have 2 tossers hosting the Backstage At The Brits and the male one was even called Lemon?
The only good thing was the MPG Producer of the year now automatically wins a BRIT but do they show that on the broadcast? maybe I blinked!
Had a great time at the MPG awards last thursday evening. Thanks to all directors and Bubble & Squeak for all the hard work,it just keeps getting better.
At last Blue meets Green. It was a pleasure to finally meet Green Gartside who, like me is from Cardiff. All we need now is Red and we could have a very colourful band RGB.
Tony Visconti confirms piano player on Bang A Gong Get It On…
This was a concert I had the pleasure of participating in. It was a once in a lifetime experience to be there with lasers shooting up from my feet to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Thank you Marc and apologies for being such a pain, I had a most terrible stomach pain that night after eating something dreadful that afternoon in the Tour Eiffel…
What a great way to spend a Tuesday evening.The sessions alternate between Sontag and the Village. Playing with great musicians and learning lots of things, like improvisation and stuff that I could never do onstage and never really had the time to learn. Love my little Hammond SK2 and Leslie 2101, both sound great.
Nice comments here from Maurice
The Bee Gees toured with their band, formed in 1975 and which consisted of Dennis Bryon on drums, Blue Weaver on various keyboards, and Alan Kendall on lead guitar.
This band was more than just a group of musicians playing together. As Maurice once said: “They’re part of the family. Having a band that knows how we play and sing and write has really been one of the keys to our sound.”
See full article here http://www.brothersgibb.org/memories.html