#147 Bee Gees – Odessa

I was surprised to find the Bee Gees on this list. Not for the reason you may think. I think they are great. I really like the Bee Gees. This is not the disco playing Bee Gees of the mid-to-late 70s. This is the baroque pop band which has more than the three Gibb brothers. First […]

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1001 Albums #85

The Beau Brummels fourth album Triangle came out to critical acclaim, but the fountain of hit singles did not follow the great reviews. Vocalist Sal Valentino would get comparisons to Bob Dylan and Gene Clark of The Byrds. I can tell you that he is a better singer than Clark. The album triangles on three genres: country rock, folk rock and psychedelic pop […]

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1001 Albums #62

Fred Neil’s self-titled album is not easy to find anywhere. He was never successful as a folk artist. He spent his life trying to preserve the life of dolphins. Thank God. His music is interesting in the first song “Dolphins”, but the lyrics and his voice does not help me like the song. It sounds […]

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