The Bee Gees (EP)

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The Bee Gees
EP by Bee Gees
Released September 1963 (1963-09)
Recorded February and June 1963
at Festival Studios, Sydney
Genre Beat, doo-wop
Label Leedon Records
Producer Robert Iredale
Bee Gees EP chronology
The Bee Gees
(1963)
New York Mining Disaster 1941
(1967)

"The Bee Gees" was the first EP released by the Bee Gees, it was released in September 1963 on Leedon label only in Australia.[1] The songs were recorded in February and June 1963 on Festival Studios in Sydney.[2]

The EP cover features the three brothers identically dressed in white shirts with dark ties, dark trousers, black 'winkle-picker' shoes and tartan waistcoats. The waistcoats are augmented by 'BG' lettering on the left side, which would become a trademark of their television appearances over the next two years.[3]

The first side of the record featured the songs that made up the group's second single. The other side did the same with the tracks from their first single.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Barry Gibb.

  1. "Timber!" – 1:46
  2. "Take Hold of That Star" – 2:38
  3. "The Battle of the Blue and the Grey" – 2:05
  4. "The Three Kisses of Love" – 1:46

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs.com. "Bee Gees:The Bee Gees". 
  2. ^ Joseph Brennan. "Gibb Songs: 1968". 
  3. ^ Hughes, Andrew. "The Bee Gees – Tales of the Brothers Gibb". Retrieved 27 January 2013.