I'll Kiss Your Memory
|"I'll Kiss Your Memory"|
|Single by Barry Gibb|
|from the album The Kid's No Good|
|Recorded||15, 20 February 1970
IBC Studios, London
|Genre||Country, folk, gospel|
Atco (United States, Canada)
|Barry Gibb singles chronology|
"I'll Kiss Your Memory" is the first solo single written, performed and produced by Barry Gibb released in May 1970 with "This Time". It was included on his debut album The Kid's No Good but was not released.
"I'll Kiss Your Memory" was a country ballad in the mold of Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey". It was released in the U.K. and the U.S, but did not chart. He recorded this song in February 15 and it was finished in February 20. Like the Bee Gees' songs from 1967 to 1972, this single was released on Polydor Records in United Kingdom and Atco Records in United States. The CD version of the song was available in the compilation Tales from the Brothers Gibb.
This track's stereo mix was released in 1974 on I've Gotta Get a Message to You (1974).
His next single, "One Bad Thing" was proposed to released in the same year with "The Day Your Eyes Meet Mine" as the flipside but was also not charted. His third single, "A Day in the Life", originally by The Beatles was released in 1978 on the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was also not charted.
The song features an echo vocal with an arrangement of orchestra by Bill Shepherd. This song was recorded in IBC Studios in February 15 and finished in February 20 with "The Victim", "Moonlight" and "Summer Ends".
|1.||"I'll Kiss Your Memory"||Barry Gibb||4:26|
|2.||"This Time"||Barry Gibb||3:21|
- Barry Gibb: lead vocals and guitar
- Bill Shepherd: orchestra and strings arrangement
- Uncredited: bass, drums