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Mr. R. Gibb passed away a few days ago at the age of 63. Let's pay a little tribute to the late hitmaker of the family business called The Bee Gees and also for a whole lot of other artists - including himself as a solo artist.
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Bee Gees - You Win Again (1987)
Extended version
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Bee Gees - This Is Where I Came In (2003)
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And finally a song that the Bee Gees didn't write themselves. It was written back in 1960 for the Everly Brothers ... but even back then the Bee Gees were performing(!) ... But it was Nazareth who really immortalized this song. Most people only remember their (or Roy Orbison's) version. Eye-wink
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Robin Gibb - Love Hurts (Live 2003)
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And now for something completely different...
Vamp's 2nd biggest hit, I think.
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Transvision Vamp (1989)
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Zep's 1973 album "Houses of the Holy" contained a great number of 'overlooked' songs. This one is a short one - almost a ballad in the traditional sense - even with a country'ish slide guitar. Smiling
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Led Zeppelin - Tangerine (1973)
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Gossip's frontwoman Beth Ditto seems to have made som people angry because she doesn't mind exposing herself despite her overweight figure. I wonder why so many people in the world's fattest nation feel the need to rant over this talented performer? Puzzled
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Gossip - Move In The Right Direction (2012)
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And finally - a request (more or less) Smiling
This might not be the most solemn and emotional song in Pink's catalogue, but it has never been on the Singalong before...
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Pink - It's All Your Fault (Live in Oz 2010)
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Happy weekend, everyone. Smiling

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