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45 years ago this week - 'Sea of Smiling Faces' was released as a single in Japan

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'Sea of Smiling Faces' was released as a single in Japan in December 1972

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45 years ago this week, the 'Sea of Smiling Faces' single was released in Japan.

In fact, Japan was the only country where the song was released as a single. It featured on the cover the photos of the three brothers from their Japan tour which took place earlier that year: Barry and Maurice from their very first Tokyo concert in Shibuya and Robin from the second Tokyo show at Budokan.   The single came out on December 5, 1972 as a follow-up to 'Run To Me'  from the album "To Whom It May Concern." 

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Barry Gibb and UTG are working on Bee Gees bio musical

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Official Bee Gees tweet about the musical

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Barry Gibb is developing a Bee Gees musical under agreement with Univeral Theatrical Group!

As has been reported by various entertainment media, the long-awaited musical project is moving forward now.

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”Night Fever:The Rise of the Bee Gees" on BBC Radio 2

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"Night Fever: The Rise of the Bee Gees" on BBC Radio 2

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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of "Saturday Night Fever," BBC Radio 2 in the U.K. aired an hour-long special program focusing on the "disco" era of the Bee Gees, "Night Fever : The Rise of the Bee Gees" last Wednesday, November 15, 2017.  It remains available for replay on the BBC Radio 2 website for the  next 4 weeks.

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【On this day 43 years ago】Bee Gees in Yokohama, Japan

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Bee Gees in Yokohama - October 30, 1974

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43 years ago today, October 30, 1974, the Bee Gees played at Yokohama Bunka Taiikukan.

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Bee Gees tribute live in a Tokyo bar this weekend

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Murakami Band performing 'New York Mining Disaster 1941'
(December 25, 2016

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The Murakami Band led by the ex-leader of Japan's oldest Bee Gees tribute band, the Bees, will go onstage this weekend at a live house in Tokyo.

The details are as below:

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