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Best Of Bee Gees was released in June 1969, and it features a prime selection of the early hit singles that established the group’s broad musical palette. The twelve gems comprising Best Of are among the most popular songs of the then-burgeoning group’s canon, including the desperately pleading “I Gotta Get A Message To You,” Barry’s classic balladry vocal on “Words,” the harmoniously soulful classic “To Love Somebody,” the pure pop perfection of “Massachusetts,” Robin’s signature vocal on “I Started A Joke,” and the skillful buildup of “Spicks and Specks,” the latter song being the Bee Gees’ first-ever No. 1 record in their homeland of Australia. Now available on limited-edition, translucent purple vinyl.
A1. Holiday A2. I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You A3. I Can’t See Nobody A4. Words A5. I Started A Joke A6. Spicks and Specks
B1. First Of May B2. World B3. Massachusetts B4. To Love Somebody B5. Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You B6. New York Mining Disaster 1941