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4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!, 23 Sep 2001
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This review is from: 2 Years on (Audio CD)
This album has to be one of my favourites by the Bee Gees(and I have a lot of them!). The original L.P was released in 1970 and although it maintains the high standards of their earlier work, there is an almost transitional change of style(it was written after the group got back together after a split). Anyone who liked the albums Odessa and Marley Purt Drive will enjoy this CD, in fact anyone who likes music of that time will not be disappointed. I particularly like the title track and Portrait Of Louise, but they are all excellent tracks of various styles(There is not one song that I dislike). If you like the Bee Gees then you will love it!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Regrouping!, 19 Dec 2002
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Martin A Hogan "Marty From SF" (San Francisco, CA. (Hercules)) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: 2 Years on (Audio CD)
Barry Gibb once mentioned that "2 Years On" was the weakest album the trio had recorded. True. Granted that it garnered the huge American hit "Lonely Days", the rest of the album seems like leftovers from their attempts at solo careers. Wince while listening to "I'm Weeping". Shake your head in bewilderment at "Tell Me Why". "Lay It On Me" passes the test, but it seems Maurice shot his entire solo wad on that one. Do note however, that the song "2 Years On" is a rare early Robin and Maurice collaboration. "Man For All Seasons" clearly hints at the Gibbs' easily obtained falsettos to come. "The 1st Mistake I Made" is a surprising success, if a bit long. Strong emotional strings and guitar/piano riffs can't help but 'get you'. Otherwise the remainder of the songs are 'fluff'. This 'fluff' led to a magnificnet album less than a year later. The fantastic "Trafalgar"; the album that brought the Brothers Gibb into maturity
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