Rare, Precious and Beautiful

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Rare, Precious and Beautiful
Compilation album by Bee Gees
Released 1968
Recorded April — May, June — July 1966
Sydney, Australia
Genre Psychedelic rock, blues rock, beat
Label Polydor
Karussell, Forum (Germany)
Producer Nat Kipner
Bee Gees chronology
Turn Around, Look at Us
(1967)
Rare, Precious and Beautiful
(1968)
Rare, Precious and Beautiful, Volume 2
(1968)

"Rare, Precious and Beautiful, Volume 1" is the compilation released by the Bee Gees in 1967 on Polydor Records; in Germany, the compilation was released on Karussell and Forum Records.[1]All of the songs on this album were originally released on the group's 1966 album Spicks and Specks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Barry Gibb except where noted.. 

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocal(s) Length
1. "Where Are You"   Maurice Gibb Maurice 2:10
2. "Spicks and Specks"     Barry 2:52
3. "Playdown"     Barry, Robin, Maurice 2:54
4. "Big Chance"     Robin, Barry 1:40
5. "Glass House"   Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb Robin 2:25
6. "How Many Birds"     Barry 1:57
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocal(s) Length
1. "Second Hand People"     Barry, Robin, Maurice 2:10
2. "I Don't Know Why I Bother With Myself"   Robin Gibb Robin 2:43
3. "Monday's Rain"     Robin, Barry 2:58
4. "Tint of Blue"   Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb Barry, Robin 2:05
5. "Jingle Jangle"     Robin 2:10
6. "Born a Man"     Barry 3:10

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