http://entertainmenthookup.com We've lost some great artists so far in 2012. It's really sad that we had to lose another one such as Robin Gibb. You will be greatly missed. Robin Gibb, one of three brothers who made up the disco group the Bee Gees behind "Saturday Night Fever" and other now-iconic sounds from the 1970s, died on Sunday, according to a statement on his website. He was 62. Gibb "passed away today following his long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery," said the statement, which was attributed to his family. He died in England at 10:47 a.m. (5:47 a.m. ET), according to a post on his official Twitter feed. News of his death set off a torrent of reaction in social media. Musician Bryan Adams, for instance, lamented "another great singer dying too young" on Twitter, while fellow British band Duran Duran and current pop sensation Bruno Mars were among many who posted their condolences. "The Bee Gees were/are the gold standard when it comes to pop/r&b melody, harmony and vocal arrangement. Massive loss," wrote prolific pop songwriter Claude Kelly on his Twitter feed. Diagnosed with colon and liver cancer, Gibb had been in a coma as he battled pneumonia earlier this spring, representative Doug Wright said. Doctors believe that Gibb had a secondary tumor, Wright said April 14, confirming a news account in the UK newspaper The Sun. Gibb had emergency surgery in 2010 for a blocked bowel and then had more surgery for a twisted bowel, Wright confirmed. The only surviving member of the three Bee Gees is brother Barry, 65. Robin's twin brother, Maurice, died in 2003 from a twisted bowel. And younger brother Andy Gibb -- who was not part of the group -- died at 30 from a heart infection. Robin Gibb was born in 1949 on Isle of Man off the British coast, and the Gibb boys grew up in Manchester. The family later moved to Redcliffe, Australia, where their group performed on television as the B.G.'s -- a moniker they later altered to the Bee Gees. Their father, Hughie, was a drummer and big-band leader. The family returned to England in the 1960s, and they began to emerge on an international scale. Through the end of that decade and into the next, they crafted melodies that utilized their unique voices to gain acclaim thanks to songs such as "I Started a Joke," "To Love Somebody" and "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart." By the mid-1970s, they transitioned to develop more dance-oriented hits such as "Jive Talkin' " and "Nights on Broadway." Yet for all these earlier successes, the Bee Gees skyrocketed to new heights with the 1977 release of "Saturday Night Fever," a movie starring John Travolta that was built around the group's falsetto voices and disco-friendly songs. In the latter part of the 1970s, the Bee Gees "dominated dance floors and airwaves. With their matching white suits, soaring high harmonies and polished, radio-friendly records, they remain one of the essential touchstones to that ultra-commercial era," the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame says on its website. "Saturday Night Fever" and the group's 1979 album "Spirits Having Flown" yielded six No. 1 hits, "making the Bee Gees the only group in pop history to write, produce and record that many consecutive chart-topping singles," according to the Hall of Fame. While often more in the background, Robin Gibb was the lead singer on several of the Bee Gees' top tunes including "I Started a Joke" and "I've Gotta Get a Message to You." He also recorded several solo albums during his career. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, the Bee Gees sold more than 200 million albums, and their soundtrack album to "Saturday Night Fever" was the top-selling album until Michael Jackson's "Thriller" claimed that distinction in the 1980s. In a 2008 interview with Music Week, Robin Gibb shared one of his all-important rules for songwriting: "always keep a tape running," in order to capture a moment of brilliance and inspiration. "You never know in a three-hour writing session when you are going to come up with something and then if you'll remember it completely," he said. "All the ideas, everything, will be on tape and then you can always refer back at any time. "Melodies will be born for the first time during writing and unless you have it on tape you haven't got any way of remembering them. That is a cardinal rule." He also spoke of how he found it "good to have deadlines and pressure." "We certainly had a deadline with 'Fever' to write all those songs. I think, in one week, we wrote 'How Deep Is Your Love,' 'Night Fever,' 'Stayin' Alive,' 'If I Can't Have You' and the rest. Having a deadline sharpens you up, it gets you out of bed and it stops you going to bed, too," Gibb said. Gibb is survived by his wife, Dwina; his daughter, Melissa, and sons Spencer and Robin-John. http://entertainmenthookup.com/
The Bee Gees - I've Gotta Get A Message To You (HQ 1080p HD Upscale) "I've Gotta Get a Message to You" is a song recorded by the Bee Gees in 1968, which became their second number-one single on the UK Singles Chart, and reached number eight on the U.S. pop chart. In the United Kingdom the song was released as a single only. The song appeared on the U.S. edition of the Bee Gees' third album Idea, But not in the United Kingdom. The Vince Melouney's track "Such a Shame" appeared instead in the UK but both songs are featured on the CD edition released circa 1991. The song is about a man who, awaiting his execution in the electric chair, begs the prison chaplain to pass a final message on to his wife. Robin Gibb, who wrote the lyrics, said that the man's crime was the murder of his wife's lover. He came up with the idea following a quarrel with his wife and originally conceived the song with Percy Sledge in mind to record it. (In fact, Sledge did record it in February, 1970, but Atlantic did not issue it in the United States at the time.) "I've Gotta Get a Message to You" has appeared in five versions all made from the same recording, but heard at three different speeds, faded out at three different points, and with different elements mixed forward. As to the speed, Bill Inglot said in 1999 that the mix he made for the Tales from the Brothers Gibb box in 1990 is at the correct real tape speed. This speed is intermediate between the mono and stereo mixes released in 1968. To correct the speed, play the mono single mix at 98.8% and the LP stereo mix at 103.0%, which brings them to the correct timing. Info source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%27ve_Gotta_Get_a_Message_to_You To those of you making requests for obscure and hard to get videos, just remember that it is not always possible to give you what you want. Those that I am able to do I hope you enjoy. Now this is a very old Bee Gees video and I doubt many of you will remember ever seeing them or hearing them quite like this! I've removed just about all the noise from the video, including one damaged frame. I've tweaked the color and lighting as much as possible also. Just keep in mind that this is a VERY old video and the quality is not very good in any available source file. I've pushed it as far as it can go. Now the audio is a strange affair. There are versions of this video clip in mono and versions in stereo. I have a stereo version but this is very old and early stereo. What does this mean? Well basically in very old stereo recordings there is no perceived 'center' to the music. In today's recordings you'll usually hear the vocals in the center of the stereo sound field with the instruments panning out via the left and right channels. In very old stereo recordings however this 'center' to the sound just didn't exist or it was very poorly done. So in this old stereo recording of the Bee Gees the vocals were coming out of the right channel with a few instruments and other instruments from the left. The center just didn't really exist. This sounds horrible to anyone who is used to listening to modern day stereo recordings. So I've remixed the left and right channels using a channel mixer and created a stereo center. Sounds much better as a result. The sound has also been normalized. This is the best quality online for this ancient video and song from the Bee Gees and I hope you enjoy it! :-) Be aware that some evil people will download my clip restorations, upload them to their own channel and then try to take credit for my hard work. They will even go so far as to say I stole it from them! What goes around comes around and they are storing up some very bad 'karma' for themselves. While I do not own the rights to the music or the videos themselves it is my hard work in restoring these old gems for your enjoyment that is being compromised by any such attempts at smearing my reputation. If you spot these people then let them know that you are aware that they are nothing but liars and losers.
I was a midnight rider on a cloud of smoke I could make a woman hang on every single stroke I was an iron man I had a master plan But I was alone I could hear you breathing With a sigh of the wind I remember how your body started trembling Oh, what a night it's been And for the state I'm in I'm still alone And all the wonders made for the Earth And all the hearts in all creation Somehow I always end up alone (Always end up alone) Always end up alone So I play (sha-la) I'll wait (I'll wait) 'Cause you know that love takes time (Livin' love between the lines) We came (sha-la) so far (so far) Just the beat of a lonely heart And it's mine And I don't wanna be alone Well, since I got no message on your answer phone Since you're busy every minute. I just stay at home I make believe you care I feel you everywhere But I'm still alone I'm on a wheel of fortune with a twist of fate 'Cause I know it isn't heaven, is it love or hate Am I the subject of the pain Am I the stranger in the rain I am alone And is there glory there to behold Maybe it's my imagination Another story there to be told So I play (sha-la) I'll wait (at times) And I pray it's not too late (tears that you cry) We came (sha-la) so far (so far) Just the beat of a lonely heart And it's mine And I don't wanna alone And all the wonders made for the Earth And all the hearts in all creation Another story there to be told So I play (sha-la) I'll wait (I'll wait) And I pray it's not too late (Livin' love between the lines) We came (sha-la) so far (so far) Just the beat of a lonely heart And it's mine And I don't wanna alone Gone, but not out of sight I'm caught in the rain and there's no one home Face the heat of the night The one that you love's got a heart that's made of stone Shine and search for the light And sooner or later you'll be cruising on your ocean And clean out of sight I'm caught in the rain and there's no one home
http://www.concertsvideos.com All the best quality full length concert videos in one place. To have this concert video in your home collection visit http://goo.gl/hQ66Z Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConcertVideos Be Gees One Night Only full concert video Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb were performing together from childhood but it was in Australia in 1960 that they were first billed as the Bee Gees. The band went on to become one of the most successful performing, recording and songwriting acts of all time. This full-length concert was shot at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on November 14, 1997 and is one of very few Bee Gees performances ever filmed. It has consistently been one of Eagle Vision s biggest selling titles. Now the DVD has been reauthored, with a revised sleeve and additional content to celebrate 50 years of the Bee Gees. Track Listing 1. You Should Be Dancing 2. Alone 3. Massachusetts 4. To Love Somebody 5. I've Got A Message To You 6. Words 7. Closer Than Close 8. Islands in the Stream 9. One 10. Our Love (Don't Throw It All Away) 11. Night Fever/More Than A Woman 12. Still Waters 13. Lonely Days 14. Morning of My Life 15. New York Mining Disaster 1941 16. Too Much Heaven 17. I Can't See Nobody 18. Run To Me 19. And The Sun Will Shine 20. Nights on Broadway 21. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart 22. Heartbreaker 23. Guilty 24. Immortality 25. Tragedy 26. I Started A Joke 27. Grease 28. Jive Talkin' 29. How Deep Is Your Love 30. Stayin' Alive 31. You Should Be Dancing Follow us https://twitter.com/#!/ConcertsVideos Add as on google + http://goo.gl/OEDJ0
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