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One [Import, CD]

Bee Gees Audio CD
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1. Ordinary Lives
2. One
3. Bodyguard
4. It's My Neighborhood
5. Tears
6. Tokyo Nights
7. Flesh And Blood
8. Wish You Were Here
9. House Of Shame
10. Will You Ever Let Me
11. Wing And A Prayer

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Deleted in the U.S., this is a foreign pressing of their1989 Warner Brothers album featuring the top 10 title smash.11 tracks total.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Just Keep Getting Better Dec 12 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
They left the disco era behind and got back to their original sound with a few updates for the 80's. Geniuses all of them.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Bee Gees CD! Aug. 8 2012
By Bill W.
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
When I ordered this CD, I was familiar with 2 or 3 songs on it, which I thought were very good, and I wanted them for my library. I was very pleased to discover at least 3 more songs, that are on the same level as One and You Win Again. Have a listen to Tokyo Nights, House of Shame, and It's My Neighbourhood, and you'll see they compare quite favourably. As a friend of mine said recently, these guys haven't recorded a bad song!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The ONE is FIRST July 6 2004
Format:Audio CD
One is the best number to describe this album. The Bee Gees lost their younger brother, Andy, had been very painful, but they didn't give up. In the song Wish You Were Here, you can hear the heart-touching melody.
One, the title song, was the best song ever written. It's very hard to sing, but Barry manage to get over it. Ordinary Lives' chorus is short, but indeed its very good.
Bodygard and It's My Neighborhood has the song of sweet jazz and hard rock. Flesh and Blood showed their great harmony of three.
This album surely show the strength of the Bee Gees.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Bee Gees Still Do Good Music! June 24 2004
Format:Audio CD
In 1987, when the Bee Gees made a comeback after a long hiatus with the "E.S.P" album, the comeback was considered a failure because of poor album sales in the United States. The results were better overseas for E.S.P. During the "E.S.P" album, the Bee Gees had long shed their "Saturday Night Fever - Disco Days" and kept up with the changing music times by producing a solid adult contemporary album. The Bee Gees deserve a lot of credit for being able to keep up with the times. In a lot of ways, "One" continues the musical path that the Bee Gees did with "E.S.P", by continuing the adult contemporary direction. "One" was released in 1989 and had much better results including a Top 10 single - the title song "One".
This album marked was the first Bee Gees album since the death of their brother Andy Gibb in 1988. There was a lot of talk of Andy joining his three brothers in the group and on this particular album. Andy's death does play a role on this album. There are several songs that no doubt are reflections of some of the pain that Barry, Robin, and Maurice feel for their brother. This is by no means a somber collection of songs, but the specter of Andy is clearly seen on here. At first the song "Tears" seemed like a song about a lost love, but after listening to the lyrics, I get the impression this is spun more as a tribute to Andy with such lines as "Heaven only knows how much I'm missing you", "You're Still Inside and I'm Not Ashamed", and "I Can't Forget Your Face, I Call Your Name". Another song that is a reminder of Andy is "Wish You Were Here".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Looking for Maurice lead! May 23 2004
Format:Audio CD
House of Shame! Great! Maurice sings it out!
One, Ordinary Lives, Tokyo...all great
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