Göran Gustafsson

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This double album was released in the autumn of 1979, after ”Spirits Having Flown" the same year. This album marked the end of their sound up until now, sometimes called "The Helium Years", which spanned from 1975 to 1979. Their next studio album "Living Eyes", released in 1981, goes in another musical direction.

This album is very expensive looking. The cover is folded in three sections with a full colour picture of each one of them on the inside. The protection cover of the records are made of transparent plastic with the Bee Gees logo printed in red. A picture of each one of them are also on the records marking the different sides.

Some songs are released on an album for the first time by the Bee Gees:

"(Our love) Don't throw it all away" was previously recorded and released by Andy Gibb.

"If I can't have you" was previously recorded by Yvonne Elliman and released on "Saturday Night Fever" and on her own album "Night Flight". The Bee Gees version of the song had only been released as the backside of the "Staying Alive" single.

Greatest, 1979 (LP/CD)

Barry's side (1):

Jive talkin'

Night fever


You should be dancing

Stayin' alive

Maurice's side (2):

How deep is your love

Love so right

Too much heaven

(Our love) Don't throw it all away

Fanny (be tender with my love)

Robin's side (3):

If I can't have you

You stepped into my life

Love me

More than a woman

Rest your love on me

Bee Gees side (4):

Nights on Broadway

Spirits (having flown)

Love you inside out

Wind of change

Children of the world

The album was remastered and released on CD in 2007 with some bonus tracks.:

Warm Ride (Previously unreleased Bee Gees song)

Stayin’ Alive (Promo 12” Version)

You Should Be Dancing (Jason Bentley/Philip Seymor Remix)

If I Can’t Have You (Count Da Money Remix)

Night Fever (GRN Remix)

How Deep Is Your Love (Supreme Beings Of Leisure Remix)

Stayin’ Alive (Teddybears Remix)

If I Can’t Have You (The Disco Boys Remix)