These my boys right here

CosmoCosmo 9,767 Posts
edited December 2005 in Off Topic (NRR)
FALL BACK.
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  • bassiebassie 11,710 Posts
    oh lord - where to start?


    how about here?

    My baby moves at midnight
    Goes right on till the dawn
    My woman takes me higher
    My woman keeps me warm

    What you doin' on your back aah
    What you doin'on your back aah?
    You should be dancing, yeah
    Dancing, yeah

    She's juicy and she's trouble
    She gets it to me good
    My woman gives me power
    Goes right down to my blood

    What you doin' on your back aah
    What you doin'on your back aah?
    You should be dancing, yeah
    Dancing, yeah

    My baby moves at midnight
    Goes right on till the dawn
    My woman takes me higher
    My woman keeps me warm

    What you doin' on your back aah
    What you doin'on your back aah?
    You should be dancing, yeah
    Dancing, yeah
    You should be dancing, yeah
    You should be dancing, yeah
    You should be dancing, yeah
    You should be dancing, yeah


  • FALL BACK.


    Anything from '66 - '71, I'm right there with you....

  • That picture is the definition of grown & sexy.

  • mylatencymylatency 10,475 Posts
    talkin' it up on the barry gibb talk show?

  • batmonbatmon 27,574 Posts
    i just copped their greatest love song cd. And the Samantha Sang lp.

  • CosmoCosmo 9,767 Posts
    Baby, I can't figure it out
    Your kisses taste like honey
    Sweet lies don't gimme no rise
    Oh, oh what you're trying to do?

    Livin' on your cheatin'
    and the pain grows inside me
    It's enough to leave me crying in the rain
    Love you forever but you're
    driving me insane
    and I'm hanging on
    Oh, oh, I'll win, I'll never give in

    Our love has got the power
    Too many lovers in one lifetime
    ain't good for you
    You treat me like a vision in the night
    Someone there to stand behind you
    When your world ain't working right

    I ain't no vision, I am the man
    who loves you inside out
    backwards and forwards with
    my heart hanging out
    I love no other way

    What am I gonna do if we lose that fire?
    Wrap myself up and take me home again
    Too many heartaches in one
    lifetime ain't good for me
    I figure it's the love that keeps you warm

    Let this moment be forever
    we won't ever feel the storm
    I ain't no vision, I am the man
    who loves you inside out
    backwards and forwards with
    my heart hanging out

    I love no other way
    What am I gonna do if we lose that fire?
    Don't try to tell me it's all over
    I can't hear a word I can't hear a line
    No man could love you more
    And that's what I'm cryin' for
    You can't change the way I feel inside

    You're the reason for my laughter and my sorrow
    Blow out the candle I will burn again tomorrow
    No man on earth can stand
    between my love and I
    And no matter how you hurt me
    I will love you till I die

    I ain't no vision, I am the man
    who loves you inside out
    backwards and forwards with
    my heart hanging out
    I love no other way
    What am I gonna do if we lose that fire?




  • This...

    I ain't no vision, I am the man
    who loves you inside out
    backwards and forwards with
    my heart hanging out
    [/b]

    ...sound pretty wild...

  • CosmoCosmo 9,767 Posts
    HAH!

  • bull_oxbull_ox 5,056 Posts
    Anything from '66 - '71, I'm right there with you....

    I like the early hits but those albums are mad inconsistent...

    Seems they really hit their stride and found their sound a little later on...



  • Anything from '66 - '71, I'm right there with you....

    Co-sign!



  • red.chair.fade.away.

  • Anything from '66 - '71, I'm right there with you....

    I like the early hits but those albums are mad inconsistent...

    Seems they really hit their stride and found their sound a little later on...

    From a psyche-pop standpoint I celebrate the entirety of the first three LPs.






  • RockadelicRockadelic Out Digging 13,993 Posts
    One of the most legendary of all Garage/Psych LP's, The Index, has not one but TWO Bee Gee covers on it!!



  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts

    "Where is the girl/I left far behind/the spicks and the specks/ of the girl/on my mind"

    and for the record, "How Deep Is Your Love" is one of the most beautiful songs of EVER.

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts
    Oh, and with the possible exception of the Hollies, the best singers of the British Invasion.

  • CosmoCosmo 9,767 Posts
    Anything from '66 - '71, I'm right there with you....

    I like the early hits but those albums are mad inconsistent...

    Seems they really hit their stride and found their sound a little later on...

    From a psyche-pop standpoint I celebrate the entirety of the first three LPs.






    Gotta cosine on the first two (never heard "Horizontal.")

    But right now I'm fucking with that '79 windblown shit.




  • Oh, and with the possible exception of the Hollies, the best singers of the British Invasion.

    Excellent point!

    In the event of something happening to meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....

    There is something I would like you all to seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...

    It's just a photograph of someone I once knewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww....


  • bassiebassie 11,710 Posts
    almost anything to '81, I'm right there with you....

    it's this weird-ass lovely kind of thing that make them so amazing.



    Fourteenth of February , eighteen ninety nine.
    The British ship Veronica was lost without a sign.
    Baa baa black sheep, you haven't any wool.
    Captain Richardson left himself a lonely wife in Hull.

    Cherub, I lost a ship in the Baltic sea.
    I'm on an iceberg running free.
    Sitting, filing this berg to the shape of a ship;
    Sailing my way back to your lips.
    One passing ship gave word that you have moved out of your old flat.
    You love the Vicar more then words can say.
    Tell him to pray that I won't melt away.
    And I'll see your face again .

    Odessa, How strong am I?
    Odessa , How time goes by.

    Treasure , you know the neighbours that live next door.
    They haven't got their dog anymore.
    Freezing, sailing around in the North Atlantic.
    Can't seem to leave the sea anymore.
    I just can't understand why you just moved to Finland.
    You love that Vicar more then words can say.
    Ask him to pray that I won't melt away.
    And I'll see your face again.

    Odessa, How strong am I?
    Odessa, How time goes by.

    Fourteenth of February , eighteen ninety nine.
    The British ship Veronica was lost without a sign.

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts
    almost anything to '81, I'm right there with you....

    it's this weird-ass lovely kind of thing that make them so amazing.

    It's the brother thing....I was listening to the Everly Brothers the other day and remarking how eerie their harmonies can be, somethings can only come from that blood tie.

  • oh lord - where to start?

    I know where to end - 1975's "Jive Talkin'." That was their last good moment, otherwise I'm sticking with everything before then. No disco for me!


  • parsecparsec 5,087 Posts



  • bassiebassie 11,710 Posts
    oh lord - where to start?

    I know where to end - 1975's "Jive Talkin'." That was their last good moment, otherwise I'm sticking with everything before then. No disco for me!


    lol - i don't want to be too precious about it and i'm not a disco fan, but they kinda transcend the genre, no? as mentioned above, their harmonies are incredible...sets them apart in fact...no? yes!

    you don't even secretly tap your foot to 'you should be dancing'?


























    What you doin'on your back aah?
    You should be dancing, yeah

  • tuneuptuneup 586 Posts
    No shit...i wanted to start a Bee Gees thread...and chickened out...props to AlienIverson

    The last few days i have had repeat on the ipod of "Don't throw it all Away" with Andy Gibb on the main vocal and the rest of the brothers on production and back ups. Sublime

    My wife and i were doing the harmonies together the other night...

    Shit, i even checked the new Barbra Streisand Cd the other night cuz Barry produced it. Not quite the same unfortunately...but Babs can sing (if it is a mite cheezy).

  • TheMackTheMack 3,414 Posts
    almost anything to '81, I'm right there with you....





    Fourteenth of February , eighteen ninety nine.
    The British ship Veronica was lost without a sign.
    Baa baa black sheep, you haven't any wool.
    Captain Richardson left himself a lonely wife in Hull.

    Cherub, I lost a ship in the Baltic sea.
    I'm on an iceberg running free.
    Sitting, filing this berg to the shape of a ship;
    Sailing my way back to your lips.
    One passing ship gave word that you have moved out of your old flat.
    You love the Vicar more then words can say.
    Tell him to pray that I won't melt away.
    And I'll see your face again .

    Odessa, How strong am I?
    Odessa , How time goes by.

    Treasure , you know the neighbours that live next door.
    They haven't got their dog anymore.
    Freezing, sailing around in the North Atlantic.
    Can't seem to leave the sea anymore.
    I just can't understand why you just moved to Finland.
    You love that Vicar more then words can say.
    Ask him to pray that I won't melt away.
    And I'll see your face again.

    Odessa, How strong am I?
    Odessa, How time goes by.

    Fourteenth of February , eighteen ninety nine.
    The British ship Veronica was lost without a sign.
    one of my favorite songs EVAR! fuck the hatters, the Bee Gees are unfadeable

  • tuneuptuneup 586 Posts
    oh yeah..I even have a 1979 Bee Gees portable record player that i'd post a pic of if I wasn't such a technoknownothing.

  • Oh, and with the possible exception of the Hollies, the best singers of the British Invasion.

    Born to english parents on the isle of man, but they started their career in Redcliffe, which is truely one of the crappiest suburbs/shires in Queensland. (my home state)

  • i celebrate their entire catalog!
    "nights on broadway" has to be in my top 50 songs EVAR.
    folls used to clown on me for being a bee gees fan.
    peace, stein. . .

  • JuniorJunior 4,853 Posts
    Who can forget the pop up figures in the To Whom It May Concern gatefold or the Velvet cover on Odessa. Quality album covers all.

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts
    Oh, and with the possible exception of the Hollies, the best singers of the British Invasion.

    Born to english parents on the isle of man, but they started their career in Redcliffe, which is truely one of the crappiest suburbs/shires in Queensland. (my home state)

    If memory serves, they emigrated from Queensland back to the UK in their teens to jump start their recording career. And for the record, when I refer to the British Invasion, I include groups like the Easybeats and the Rattles, basically the explosion of Beatlesque sounds worldwide.

  • SwayzeSwayze 14,705 Posts
    While I sometimes found their lyrics in the early years to be a little (trying too hard to be "psychedelic" and sometimes landing in the zone of "wacky"), there's no denying the melodies, the harmonies, and the orchestration.

    "Melody Fair" is my jam...as is "Woman in Love" with Babs (no homo).

    What's really strange is that many karaoke joints will have a huge Bee Gees section, even shit like "First of May."
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