Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees‏

Last week certainly was a sad week for music.  Not only did we lose the Queen of Disco, Donna Summer, but we lost one of its Kings, too: Robin Gibb.  However, The Brothers Gibb not only helped define the 1970s disco era, they had three other major musical periods in their almost-fifty-year career as a pop-rock band and trio.  And not all their greatest hits were written by their oldest brother Barry Gibb.  Robin wrote several of the band’s hits and most beautiful songs.  Here are a few of them for your listening pleasure.  What’s really great about music and today’s technology, you can listen to songs or symphonies at the highest levels of production quality (and not have to be at a live concert to hear it sound so good) and listen to it any time you want, as often and as long as you want.  With the Bee Gees, as with Donna Summer, that’s a whole lot of beautiful listening I shall be doing for the rest of my life.  And a whole lot of pleasure to enjoy…which I hope you will enjoy throughout life, too!


Great Article about Robin Gibb








I Started a Joke








This Is Where I Came In [HD]




Islands In The Stream (Acoustic version)




Don’t Cry Alone




To Love Somebody – Acoustic


Robin Gibb and The Bee Gees

My prayers go out to Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees and to his family and friends.  They have brought so much beauty and joy to the world through their incomparable music over the past 50-some years.  I wish him wellness and a second chance at life.

One thing is for certain, no matter how old some songs get, they remain timeless.  For here is a trio of classics all by this amazing trio: three timeless treasures by The Bee Gees, circa 1971.  Seems just yesterday when I heard these songs for the first time on a jukebox…somewhere a lifetime ago.  Enjoy!