Alan Freeman Days
|"Alan Freeman Days"|
|Song by Robin Gibb from the album Songs from the British Academy Volume 1|
Sphere Studios, London
|Genre||Alternative rock, pop rock|
"Alan Freeman Days" is a song written by Robin Gibb in 2007 as a tribute to the late Australian DJ Alan Freeman in May 2008. In 2014, it was included on Gibb's first posthumous album 50 St. Catherine's Drive.
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, of which a handful were raffled off to fans registered to Robin Gibb's forum. 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.
- Robin Gibb — vocals
- Peter-John Vettese — guitar, keyboards, vocals, programming
- Mark "Tufty" Evans — guitar, programming, engineer
- Francesco Cameli — bass
- "Alan Freeman Days" news article on RobinGibb.com, May 15, 2008
- "Alan Freeman Days out now" news article on RobinGibb.com, May 18, 2008
- Brennan, Joseph. "Gibb Songs: 2007". Retrieved 6 December 2014.
- Robin Gibb - Alan Freeman Days (Live)
- Releases - "Songs from the British Academy" digital album
- Academy Recordings
- "Win promo CD's" article on RobinGibb.com, May 29, 2008
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