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March 1969: Remembering “Odessa” by The Bee Gees!

Saturday, March 18, 2017 12:25
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Before “Saturday Night Fever“, The Bee Gees recorded wonderful music and had several hits.

Some of us are old enough to remember the original copy of The Bee Gees’ Odessa LP.   It had a luxuriant red velour sleeve and an international best seller.

It was a very creative LP with great tunes like “First of May”, “Lamplight”, “Melody Fair”, and a few others.

Odessa was the story of a shipwreck in the North Atlantic years before the latest Titanic release:

“The music was conceptual and starting with the title track, it delivers with powerful orchestration and emotional, lyrical simplicity.

It is a skewed look at a fabled seafarer lost at sea and emotionally destitute.” (Odessa)

It was great and now available in a digital format:


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