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Bee Gees Days is about everything Bee Gees and the fabulous Gibb Brothers.

NEW! BEE GEES EARLY YEARS BEST 1963-1966 - 27 early Bee Gees songs from the Australian period, remastered, with lyrics.
In the Now - The Japanese edition of Barry Gibb's new album now on sale (Blu-spec CD2)
Also on sale In the Now [12 inch Analog]


Barry Gibb "Virtural live Q&A" (August 20, 2016 in Miami)

  "Saved by the Bell - Collected Works of Robin Gibb 1968-1970" with a booklet of lyrics

The Japanese edition of "50 St. Catherine's Drive" by Robin Gibb with the exclusive bonus track 'All That I Cherish'

                               Thanks: Warner Music Japan
Thanks: Sony Music Japan
Thanks: Universal Music Japan

Special thanks: Barry & Robin Gibb

 

 

15 years on - Remembering Maurice Gibb

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Maurice Gibb in his late teens
(From "Flip" magazine, May 1968)

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Fifteen years on...

And I'm facing a life
That I must go through
Remembering
(From "Remembering" by the Bee Gees)

After Maurice Gibb passed on January 12, 2003, the two remaining Bee Gees, Barry and Robin Gibb, were never reunited on a permanent basis.  Over the years we were fortunate enough to see them perform together on different occasions, but in essence the Bee Gees ended 15 years ago this month.

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Happy 2018!

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Wishing you all the best for a happy, healthy, and creative 2018!
(The Bee Gees with their parents and Robin's dog Penny)
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Happy 2018!

The year 2017 ended with the great news that Barry is now Sir Barry Gibb.  Let us hope that another year will bring another batch of great news!

As this is the Year of Dogs in the Japanese (Oriental) Zodiac calendar, we are planning to do a series of articles about the Bee Gees and dogs this month. 

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[From the Archives - December 1973] Christmas card from the Bee Gees

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”Christmas card from the Bee Gees"
(December 1973)

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The Christmas card the Bee Gees sent out to the members of their international fan club in London at the end of 1973. 

The black and white picture on the front shows the brothers during one of their Midnight Special appearances earlier in the year.  The card opens up to show the following message:

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Happy 68th birthday, Robin and Maurice Gibb!

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Robin and Maurice Gibb "Statistics"
(from "Fabulous," May 4, 1968)

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December 22 is the winter solstice, but for Bee Gees fans, it's the birthday of Robin and Maurice Gibb!  They were born on the longest night of the year.  In other words, they were born just before the days begin to get longer and longer.  So a fan wrote to us that they were born when we "Saw A New Morning""!

To celebrate their 68th birthday, here is the "Statistics" from when they were 18 - from "Bee Gees Statistics," Fablulous, May 4, 1967.

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