Göran Gustafsson

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This double album was released in Germany in 1982 and designed exactly like the white 1979 Greatest double album but had reversed colours on the cover. The meaning was of course to make it look like a predecessor to the 1979 Greatest album.


This is an interesting album because it was the first to release the song "King and country" (before the tales box) and some other rare tracks like "Sun in my morning", "Wouldn't I be someone" and "It doesn't matter much to me".


I think it's a rather rare album (double LP) because I have not seen it elsewhere, not even on the Internet or released on CD (not even as a bootleg).



Side 1:


1. New York mining disaster 1941 (1967)

2. To love somebody (1967)

3. Massachusetts (1968)

4. World (1968)

5. Words (1968)

6. I've gotta get a message to you (1968)

7. Idea (1968)


Side 2:


1. I started a joke (1968)

2. Melody fair (1969)

3. First of May (1969)

4. Saved by the bell (1969)

5. Sun in my morning (1969)

6. The Lord (1970)

7. I.O.I.O (1970)


Side 3:


1. In the morning (1970)

2. Lonely days (1970)

3. Lay it on me (1970)

4. How can you mend a broken heart (1971)

5. Israel (1971)

6. My world (1972)

7. Sea of smiling faces (1972)


Side 4:


1. Saw a new morning (1973)

2. Wouldn't I be someone (1973)

3. King and country (1973)

4. Give a hand, take a hand (1974)

5. It doesn't matter much to me (1974)

6. Throw a penny (1974)

Bee Gees Greatest 1967-1974, 1982 (LP)

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