The Bee Gees - Claustrophobia
|1||Could It Be||2:03|
|FEL-5109||The Bee Gees||Claustrophobia (7", Single, RE)||Festival Records||FEL-5109||Philippines||1964|
- Written-By – Barry Gibb
4th Australian single on Leedon Records. Comes in a paper or plastic Festival sleeve.
Claustrophobia - Bee Gees. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Bee Gees. Group Compilation. Songs in album Bee Gees - Claustrophobia 1996. Bee Gees - The Three Kisses Of Love. Bee Gees - Could It Be. Bee Gees - Claustrophobia. Bee Gees - Every Day I Have To Cry Some. Bee Gees - Wine & Women. Bee Gees - Second Hand People. Bee Gees - You Wouldn't Know. Bee Gees - Glasshouse. Bee Gees - Turn Around Look At Me. The Bee Gees - Claustrophobia. Bee Gees - Too Much Heaven 1979 - Продолжительность: free to Bee Gees Claustrophobia The Three Kisses Of Love, Could It Be and more. 16 tracks 35:53. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Bee Gees. Every Day I Have To Cry Some. Second Hand People. Spicks And Specks. Wine And Women. Three Kisses Of Love. Turn Around, Look At Me. The Bee Gees Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs is the debut studio album by the English-Australian pop group the Bee Gees then presented as Barry Gibb and the Bee Gees. 1967's Bee Gees' 1st was the international debut album. It was released in November 1965 on the Australian Leedon label. The Bee Gees' early Australian recordings are collected more extensively elsewhere, but CLAUSTROPHOBIA includes a good portion of the most important cuts from those early days. There's the roots acknowledgement of the aforementioned Alexander tune, the title song, Spicks and Specks the band's first breakthrough hit and much more. The absence of liner notes leaves the listener with little contextualizing information, but its plain that the songwriting and three-part harmony that became Bee Gees trademarks were already well developed even in this protean phase of the. Claustrophobia is a song written by Barry Gibb , released first as a single in August 1964, then as the sixth track on the Bee Gees' first album The Bee Gee's Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs. Barry Gibb - lead vocals, guitar. Robin Gibb - harmony and backing vocals, melodica. Maurice Gibb - harmony and backing vocals, guitar. Bruce Davis - guitar. Leith Ryan - guitar. Bill Swindells - bass. Bee Gees Format: Audio CD. One of the best Bee Gees albums. Excellent quality product and arrived in protective packaging. Read more. If you love the Bee Gees, this album you would love. Shows where that interesting sound began