Alan Freeman Days

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Robin Gibb wrote, recorded and released Alan Freeman Days as a tribute to the late Australian DJ Alan Freeman in May 2008.[1][2]

While it was mainly made available as a download the song was also included on a limited number of promotional CDs, a various artitst compilation "V.1 - Songs from the British Academy" from Academy Recordings,[3][4] of which a handful were raffled off to fans registered to Robin Gibb's forum.[5] There is also a lyric in the song "and my brother Maurice is stayin alive" as his tribute also to his late twin brother Maurice Gibb.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alan Freeman Days" news article on RobinGibb.com, May 15, 2008
  2. ^ "Alan Freeman Days out now" news article on RobinGibb.com, May 18, 2008
  3. ^ Releases - "Songs from the British Academy" digital album
  4. ^ Academy Recordings
  5. ^ "Win promo CD's" article on RobinGibb.com, May 29, 2008