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Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Bee Gees – The Ultimate Bee Gees (2009)

The Ultimate Bee Gees is a compilation album released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Bee Gees. Although the group did not start recording until 1963 on Festival Records in Australia, they began calling themselves the “Bee Gees” in 1959 after several name changes such as “Wee Johnny Hayes and the Bluecats”, “The Rattlesnakes” and “BG’s”. Each disc is themed with the first containing more upbeat songs, called A Night Out, and the second containing slower songs and ballads, called A Night In, though the cover art does not distinguish this theme. Liner notes were written by Sir Tim Rice. This also marks the return of the 1970s era logo on an official Bee Gees release, which was last used on the Bee Gees’ 1983 single “Someone Belonging to Someone”.

1. “You Should Be Dancing” 4:16
2. “Stayin’ Alive” 4:43
3. “Jive Talkin'” 3:44
4. “Nights on Broadway” 4:33
5. “Tragedy” 5:02
6. “Night Fever” 3:32
7. “More Than a Woman” 3:17
8. “Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)” 4:04
9. “Spirits (Having Flown)” 5:11
10. “If I Can’t Have You” 3:19
11. “Boogie Child” 4:11
12. “Love You Inside Out” 4:10
13. “You Win Again” 4:00
14. “One” 4:52
15. “Secret Love” 3:32
16. “Alone” 4:49
17. “Still Waters (Run Deep)” 4:08
18. “This Is Where I Came In” 4:52
19. “Spicks and Specks” 2:25

1. “How Deep Is Your Love” 4:02
2. “To Love Somebody” 3:00
3. “Words” 3:17
4. “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” 3:58
5. “Too Much Heaven” 4:55
6. “Emotion” 3:39
7. “Lonely Days” 3:47
8. “Run to Me” 3:12
9. “Love So Right” 3:37
10. “For Whom the Bell Tolls” 3:58
11. “I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You” 3:03
12. “New York Mining Disaster 1941” 2:10
13. “Massachusetts” 2:21
14. “I Started a Joke” 3:08
15. “World” 3:17
16. “First of May” 2:50
17. “Holiday” 2:55
18. “Don’t Forget to Remember” 3:31
19. “Islands in the Stream” (Live) 3:46
20. “Heartbreaker” (Live) 1:05
21. “Guilty” (Live) 2:23
22. “Melody Fair” 3:48

Tuesday 8pm: MaxMusic 21st Century – 2001

More music from 2001 – featuring Colin Hay, Sheryl Crow, Elton John, U2, Bee Gees, Alabama, Gloria Estefan, Steve Forbert, Smash Mouth, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Trace Adkins, Craig David and more…

Wednesday 2pm: Sounds of The 70s

This week on the Sounds of The 70’s:  Paul McCartney & Wings, Neil Sedaka, Elton John, Pilot, Dire Straits, Bee Gees, Dawn, Linda Ronstadt, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Joe Cocker, Doobie Brothers and more . . .

Tuesday 6pm: Sounds of The 60s

This week we feature:  Yardbirds, Jimmy Ruffin, Ray Charles, Lesley Gore, Supremes, Bee Gees, Frank Sinatra, Ides of March, Duane Eddy, Dion, Kinks, Del Shannon, Cream, Rolling Stones, Cowsills and more . .  .

Thursday 2pm: Sounds of The Seventies

Another installment of Sounds of The 70s.   This week: Styx, Bee Gees, Tycoon, California, Helen Reddy, Brothers Johnson and many many more. . .   2 – 6pm.

Wednesday 11pm: Feature LP: Bee Gees – One Night Only (1998) @BeeGees

One Night Only is a live album and DVD/Blu-ray by the Bee Gees. It features the group’s concert at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in 1997 and includes many of their greatest hits.

The CD is edited, with some songs omitted, though the DVD version of the concert is complete. The album was reissued in 1999, and included a bonus CD with the missing songs. The CD and DVD cover features the band replicating their iconic Saturday Night Fever pose. The concert was re-released on SD Blu-ray by Eagle Rock Entertainment in 2013. The re-release provides superior audio quality than that possible on DVD, but video is only marginally improved (the standard-definition video is now up-scaled to 1080i).

The Bee Gees performed songs from every decade from the 1960s to the ’90s. They also sang a tribute song to their late brother Andy Gibb, “(Our Love) Don’t Throw It All Away”. During this song old footage of Andy is shown, including him singing the second verse of the song. The vocals from the original recording also play during that section. Céline Dion guest-starred on the Bee Gees-penned “Immortality”. Recorded vocals by Frankie Valli are featured during “Grease”, and are also taken from the original song.

The album’s title was originally meant to reflect the band’s plan that the Las Vegas concert would be their final live performance ever. Barry Gibb’s arthritis had worsened to the point where it seemed it would be impossible for him to continue playing, but he wanted to expand the tour and so they played several more shows. – Wikipedia

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Tuesday 8pm: All 80’s Show

all80sThis week on the All 80’s Show, music from Split Enz, Steve Miller Band, Van Halen, Fleetwood Mac, Bow Wow Wow, War, Joe Jackson, Billy Vera, Styx, Ramones, Bronski Beat, Bee Gees, Rolling Stones, Elton John, Kim Carnes and much more . . .