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Bee Gees - To Whom It May Concern Album

Bee Gees - To Whom It May Concern Album
Title:
To Whom It May Concern
Performer:
Bee Gees
Released:
1973
Catalog:
2394 203
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
1643 mb
FLAC album size:
1088 mb
Genre:
Label:
RSO

Tracklist


1Sea Of Smiling Phases
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
3:07
2Please Don't Turn Out The Lights
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
1:59
3Alive
Written-By – B. Gibb, M. Gibb
4:02
4I Held A Party
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
2:34
5I Can Bring Love
Written-By – B. Gibb
2:06
6Run To Me
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
3:01
7Never Been Alone
Written-By – R. Gibb
3:11
8Sweet Song Of Summer
Engineer [Synthesizer] – Mike VickersSynthesizer – Maurice GibbWritten-By – B, R & M Gibb
5:04
9Road To Alaska
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
2:38
10You Know It's For You
Written-By – M. Gibb
2:56
11Bad Bad Dreams
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
3:47
12Paper Maché, Cabbages & Kings
Written-By – B, R & M Gibb
4:57
13We Lost The Road
Written-By – B. Gibb, R. Gibb
3:27


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EL 34631, SEL-934631Bee Gees To Whom It May Concern ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Spin, SpinEL 34631, SEL-934631Australia1972
ATC TP-7012, TP-7012Bee Gees To Whom It May Concern ‎(8-Trk, Album)ATCO Records, ATCO RecordsATC TP-7012, TP-7012US1972
2394 203Bee Gees To Whom It May Concern ‎(LP, Album)Polydor2394 203India1972
2383 168Bee Gees To Whom It May Concern ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Polydor2383 168Uruguay1972
POCP-2232Bee Gees To Whom It May Concern ‎(CD, Album, RE)Reprise RecordsPOCP-2232Japan1992


Credits


  • Artwork By [Idea] – Dick Ashby
  • Design, Artwork ByMike Caple
  • Directed By [Accompaniment]Bill Shepherd
  • DrumsClem Cattini (tracks: A1, A3, A5 to B2, B5, B6), Geoff Bridgeford (tracks: A2, A4, B3, B4)
  • EngineerAndy Knight, Damon Lyon-Shaw, Mike Claydon, Richard Manwaring
  • GuitarAllan Kendall
  • ProducerThe Bee Gees, Robert Stigwood
  • VocalsRobin Gibb
  • Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Organ, Mellotron, Harpsichord, MandolinMaurice Gibb
  • Vocals, GuitarBarry Gibb


Notes


Recorded at I.B.C. Studios, London


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: GEMA


Album


To Whom It May Concern is the tenth album by the Bee Gees. Released in October 1972, it was the follow-up, and continued the melancholic and personal sound of its predecessor Trafalgar. The album was recognized as a farewell to the old Bee Gees as the album marked the end of an era for the group in several ways: it was their last album to be recorded solely at IBC Studios, in London, their last with conductor and arranger Bill Shepherd who had guided them since 1967, and their last under their first. Band: Bee Gees Album: To Whom It May Concern Label: RSO, Polydor Release Date: 1972 List Of Tracks: 01. Run To Me 02. We Lost The Road 03. As it turned out, To Whom It May Concern was also the commercial swan song for the trio in this phase of their career, and the last of their albums to be released by Atlantic Records in the United States, something of an artistic peak before a period of massive change in their sound and future. Songs in album Bee Gees - To Whom It May Concern 1972. Bee Gees - Run To Me. Bee Gees - We Lost The Road. Bee Gees - Never Been Alone. Bee Gees - Paper Mache, Cabbages & Kings. Bee Gees - I Can Bring Love. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1972 Gatefold Vinyl от To Whom It May Concern на 1972 13 Songs. This is a very limited territory of pop music to occupy but the Bee Gees are its masters. The albums best cut is its opener, the single Run to Me. These faults wont matter to those who are confirmed Bee Gees freaks. To Whom It May Concern should have enough sugar to satiate the most demanding sweet tooth. Popular on Rolling Stone. In This Article: Bee Gees. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our newsletter. Listen free to Bee Gees To Whom It May Concern Run To Me, Never Been Alone and more. 8 tracks 23:42. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. To Whom It May Concern is the Bee Gees' eighth album, released in October 1972. It was the follow-up of their American successful LP Trafalgar, and continued its melancholic and personal sound. The album was recognised as a farewell to the old Bee Gees. It was their last album recorded at IBC Studios, in London, and their last work with Bill Shepherd who had guided them since 1967, and their last under their first contract with Robert Stigwood. Even some of the songs were old ones finished up or. Bee Gees. To Whom It May Concern, 1972