*Originally released February 3rd 2018*
Steve and Doug tackle one of the biggest challenges of their podcast history: the monstrous discography of pop act Bee Gees. The duo cover five decades worth of album releases and weigh the different eras of Bee Gees music against each other. They also chat about soulful love ballads, the evolution of cover art, and the Night Disco Died.
Six Degrees From King Crimson:
Bee Gees -> Arif Mardin -> Hall & Oates -> Robert Fripp -> King Crimson
Bee Gees -> Arif Mardin -> Phil Collins -> Robert Fripp -> King Crimson
Bee Gees -> Arif Mardin -> David Bowie -> Robert Fripp / Adrian Belew / Tony Levin -> King Crimson
Bee Gees -> Don Felder / Glen Frey -> Eagles -> Don Henley -> Ian Wallace -> King Crimson
Music featured this week:
Stayin' Alive - Saturday Night Fever [soundtrack]
I Started A Joke - Idea
This Is Where I Came In - This Is Where I Came In
You Win Again - E.S.P.
2:42 - It's a great career, so check out H Is For Her Space Holiday
4:08 - Looks like it's been rebranded as "Wounded" by Her Space Holiday
35:51 - In case you're interested (and it's still uploaded) here's a copy of the Cucumber Castle film on YouTube. It looks silly and sappy
1:08:24 - On the off chance you haven't seen the ruin-strutting video for "Stayin' Alive" just click here
1:30:04 - It was Noize-To-Go Records, and Steve was able to pick up Main Course
Technicolor Dreams - This Is Where I Came In
High Civilization - High Civilization
Jive Talkin' - Main Course
New York Mining Disaster 1941 - Bee Gee's 1st
Night Fever - Saturday Night Fever [soundtrack]
Fallen Angel - Size Isn't Everything
Bee Gees' Official Website
Bee Gees' YouTube Channel
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