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The Warner Bros. Years 1987-1991 Box set

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  • Audio CD (14 April 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B00IGAR5PE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. E.S.P.
  2. You Win Again
  3. Live Or Die (Hold Me Like A Child)
  4. Giving Up The Ghost
  5. The Longest Night
  6. This Is Your Life
  7. Angela
  8. Overnight
  9. Crazy For Your Love
  10. Bactafunk
  11. E.S.P. (Vocal Reprise Version)
  12. E.S.P. (Demo Version)
  13. Angela (Edit)
  14. E.S.P (Edit)
  15. You Win Again (Extended Version)
  16. E.S.P (Extended Version)

Disc: 2

  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 Prayer
  12. Shape of Things To Come (Edit)
  13. One (Remix / Edit)
  14. One (Dance Version)
  15. One (Club Mix)

Disc: 3

  1. High Civilization
  2. Secret Love
  3. When He's Gone
  4. Happy Ever After
  5. Party With No Name
  6. Ghost Train
  7. Dimensions
  8. The Only Love
  9. Human Sacrifice
  10. True Confessions
  11. Evolution

Disc: 4

  1. Intro (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  2. Ordinary Lives (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  3. Giving Up The Ghost (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  4. To Love Somebody (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  5. I've Gotta Get A Message To You (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  6. One (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  7. Tokyo Nights (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  8. Words (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  9. Juliet (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  10. Lonely Days (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  11. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  12. Holiday (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  13. Too Much Heaven (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  14. Heartbreaker (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  15. Islands In The Stream (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  16. Run To Me (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  17. World (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  18. Spicks And Specks (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)

Disc: 5

  1. How Deep Is Your Love (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  2. It's My Neighborhood (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  3. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  4. House Of Shame (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  5. I Started A Joke (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  6. Massachusetts (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  7. Stayin' Alive (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  8. Nights On Broadway (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  9. Jive Talkin' (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  10. You Win Again (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)
  11. You Should Be Dancing (Live - National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 1989)

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The Bee Gees are one of the most successful pop groups of all time. Started in 1959 by brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb – the trio ranks near the top of the list of best-selling music artists and has earned every honor imaginable, including multiple Grammy awards and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The Bee Gees signed with Warner Bros. Records in 1987 and released three remarkable studio albums – E.S.P., One, and High Civilization.

This creative burst from The Brothers Gibb is remembered with a five-disc collection that includes all three studio albums, along with a selection of rare demos and outtakes.

Also included is One For All, a 1989 concert recording available in its entirety for the first time. This 21-track live set has been newly mixed by Barry Gibb and John Merchant for a state-of-the-art sound that is the closest you can get to being there live.

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This box set, released by Warner Brothers in April 2014, contain 3 original albums plus 2 CDs (One For All Concert 1989). I have compiled a detailed song listing (with album and singles label & number, chart position, year of release)(BB200=Billboard Album Chart; BB Pop=Billboard Hot 100; BB AC=Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart; CB Pop=Cash Box Singles Chart; UK=British Singles Chart):

DISC 1: E-S-P (Warner 25541)(BB200 96/1987; UK Album Chart 5/1987):
01 E-S-P*please note that the edit version was the single version.
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There's really only one word that comes to mind when I revisit the three studio albums in this box set. Underrated. After the worldwide success of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack followed just 18 months later by the "Spirits Having Flown" album, American radio stations took it upon themselves to ban Bee Gees music from their airwaves and turn against anything related, even encouraging listeners to attend mass burning and destruction (sometimes by explosion) of records. It seemed that the group had reached a zenith or over saturation that could only be overcome by disappearing for a while. The failure of the Sgt.Pepper film project, the group's most recent studio offering "Living Eyes" and the lukewarm reception for the Saturday Night Fever sequel "Staying Alive" pretty much sealed their fate and it was time to find new outlets for their creativity.

All three spent the next six years either writing and producing for other artists (very successfully) or working on solo material. This led to each utilising very different methods of recording studio techniques which had to be abandoned so that a back to basics approach could be adopted with all three involved in every facet of making their next album. For the first time in their professional careers, the Brothers Gibb had no contract with a music company for any group related projects. If not for the faith shown by Warner executive Arif Marden, we might never have heard the amazing sound Bee Gees created together again. Arif stepped up to the plate offering not just a new deal with Warner Brothers Records but also his services as producer. The results of the newly invigorated team was "E.S.P.
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By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 April 2014
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This was a creative burst after seven years from the Bee Gees but it didn't end with 'High Civilization'. 'Size Isn't Everything' and 'Still Waters' continued that trend, but these are all Warner Brothers albums and have been in the pike for several years. Packed like the original album covers, the three studio albums are faithful in reproduction and the 'One For All' double disc is a great addition to this box set. The package comes with each CD in a cardboard folder similar to most releases using this format. Unfortunately, the liner notes that were on the other albums are not here; only the front and back covers. Personally, I love reading these notes, as there is so much great information there. You may want to hang onto your older CD's for this reason.

These albums were mixed well over 20 years ago and with the new remastering techniques, these albums are brought to life with a cleaner, crisper, fuller and warmer sound than before. There is no muddiness and it's great to actually hear hidden percussion and more clarity of the vocals. These are as good as it gets. (Note: Your system will determine how much better these discs sound. The MP3 versions are only 'slightly' better).

The 'ESP' album was the first official album to be released since, 'Living Eyes'. It is a extremely varied album with funk, pop, ballads and rock. The songs all hold well together and the extras are an oddity. No real unknown new songs and 'ESP' and 'Angela' get short-shrift as edits. The 'ESP' (demo) has been released before on 'Tales of the Brothers Gibb' and makes a nice addition here, giving clues to the song writing process. 'You Win Again' (extended) also had been released before, but it begs another reissue being such a great song.
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