All of My Life (Bee Gees song)

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"All Of My LIfe"
Single by Bee Gees
A-side "Monday's Rain"
Released June 1966
Format 7", 45rpm
Recorded April - June 1966
St. Clair Studio, Hurstville
Genre Hard rock, power pop, garage rock
Length 2:36
Label Spin (Australia)
Polydor (United Kingdom)
Writer(s) Barry Gibb
Producer(s) Nat Kipner
Bee Gees singles chronology
"Cherry Red"
(1966)
All of My Life
(1966)
"I Am the World"
(1966)

"All of My Life" is a song by the English-Australian rock group Bee Gees, Written and lead vocals by Barry Gibb, which was used as the B-side of "Monday's Rain", This song was recorded while they record the songs for their second album Spicks and Specks but this song was not included on the album, and was originally included on the Monday's Rain as the first side on the album's side two, When the album's name was changed to Spicks and Specks, this song was omitted.[1]

The song eventually saw album release by Atco Records on Rare, Precious & Beautiful, Volume 2, a 1970 album of early recordings by the Gibb brothers, including some recorded with Colin Petersen.[2] It is a typical rock track, strongly influenced by The Beatles.

Its debut on CD was released on the compilation Brilliant from Birth, released in 1998 only in Australia. A cover has been done by Filipino band Side A.[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Joseph Brennan. "Gibb Songs: 1966". 
  2. ^ Ober, Chick (May 11, 1970). "'Hung' Album Fits Music, Big Moments". St. Petersburg Times. Retrieved March 14, 2010. 

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