Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/18/2019 15:01 (#2019-921)

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1Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919)brennan@columbia.edu
2Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919)garcia10303@gmail.com
3Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919)marjlarue@gmail.com
4Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919)middleear@gmail.com
5Discogs?martyhogan@sbcglobal.net
6Discogs?garcia10303@gmail.com
7Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919)brennan@columbia.edu

Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 11:37:29 -0500 From: Joseph Brennan <brennan@columbia.edu> Subject: Re: Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919) On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 11:02 PM Martin Hogan wrote: > Great idea but talk to Dwina and the three record labels. > Marty > In much of the world including Britain all three were on Polydor. The USA versions were scattered: How Old on Polydor (a minor label in the USA), Secret on Mirage (an Atlantic Records label), and Walls on EMI America. Was there ever a legitimate CD of Walls? Polydor and EMI America are both under Universal now, while Atlantic has been with Warners for decades. Anyway, if we're lucky rights have passed to the Robin estate by now and no one else will have a hand out for money. I wonder where the master tapes are now. They must have been kept better than the sad case of Sing Slowly Sisters. Tell me I'm right. Joe Brennan Back to top
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 12:27:49 -0500 From: David Garcia <garcia10303@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919) Of course you're right! Ummm... maybe. Had Robin lived to be knighted with Barry, he could have come to Manhattan, where he would be... ... ... ...Another Lonely Knight in New York. . David Garcia, who at least managed to avoid obvious Monty Python references this time in NYC . On Mon, Feb 18, 2019, 11:38 AM Joseph Brennan > > On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 11:02 PM Martin Hogan > wrote: > >> Great idea but talk to Dwina and the three record labels. >> Marty >> > > In much of the world including Britain all three were on Polydor. The USA > versions were scattered: How Old on Polydor (a minor label in the USA), > Secret on Mirage (an Atlantic Records label), and Walls on EMI America. Was > there ever a legitimate CD of Walls? Polydor and EMI America are both under > Universal now, while Atlantic has been with Warners for decades. Anyway, if > we're lucky rights have passed to the Robin estate by now and no one else > will have a hand out for money. I wonder where the master tapes are now. > They must have been kept better than the sad case of Sing Slowly Sisters. > Tell me I'm right. > > Joe Brennan > > > Back to top
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 11:40:46 -0600 From: kittyLarue <marjlarue@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919) LOL! On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 11:28 AM David Garcia wrote: > Of course you're right! Ummm... maybe. > > Had Robin lived to be knighted with Barry, he could have come to > Manhattan, where he would be... > > ... > > ... > > ...Another Lonely Knight in New York. > > . > David Garcia, who at least managed to avoid obvious Monty Python > references this time in NYC > . > > On Mon, Feb 18, 2019, 11:38 AM Joseph Brennan >> >> >> On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 11:02 PM Martin Hogan >> wrote: >> >>> Great idea but talk to Dwina and the three record labels. >>> Marty >>> >> >> In much of the world including Britain all three were on Polydor. The USA >> versions were scattered: How Old on Polydor (a minor label in the USA), >> Secret on Mirage (an Atlantic Records label), and Walls on EMI America. Was >> there ever a legitimate CD of Walls? Polydor and EMI America are both under >> Universal now, while Atlantic has been with Warners for decades. Anyway, if >> we're lucky rights have passed to the Robin estate by now and no one else >> will have a hand out for money. I wonder where the master tapes are now. >> They must have been kept better than the sad case of Sing Slowly Sisters. >> Tell me I'm right. >> >> Joe Brennan >> >> >> > -- Kitt- Back to top
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 13:28:17 -0500 From: Edward Vlasov <middleear@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919) Re: [Words] Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919)


In much of the world including Britain all three were on Polydor. The USA versions were scattered: How Old on Polydor (a minor label in the USA), Secret on Mirage (an Atlantic Records label), a
Joe Brennan

 

Do you mean a legitimate CD of Walls in the US or anywhere? There's one made in W-Germany by PolyGram.

As for the lack of bass in How Old, I've checked a couple of vinyl rips and some CDs, they are all bassless, but the audio on youtube seems to be from
a cassette, not a vinyl. It sounds like he's got the signal from the speaker outs while having the lows and highs on max.

Eddy
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Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 19:23:32 +0000 (UTC) From: Marty Hogan <martyhogan@sbcglobal.net> Subject: Discogs? I found this website that lists virtually everything by the Bee Gees. Check it out. I have no idea if it is legitimate or not but it is extensive. Marty https://www.discogs.com/search/?qe+gees+&type=all Back to top
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 14:38:26 -0500 From: David Garcia <garcia10303@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Discogs? Seems quite thorough on first glance. However... On my phone it shows 25 items per page. They say they have 10,632 items in all, but they only display the first ten thousand. The "Next" button is greyed out on page 400... . David Garcia, who may have skipped a few pages in between in NYC . On Mon, Feb 18, 2019, 2:23 PM Marty Hogan I found this website that lists virtually everything by the Bee Gees. > Check it out. I have no idea if it is legitimate or not but it is > extensive. > Marty > > https://www.discogs.com/search/?qe+gees+&type=all > > > "Words & Music", Fans Of The Brothers Gibb ( Bee Gees ) > http://www.brothersgibb.com > > Back to top
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 14:50:18 -0500 From: Joseph Brennan <brennan@columbia.edu> Subject: Re: Words@brothersgibb.com message digest 02/17/2019 21:01 (#2019-919) On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 12:28 PM David Garcia wrote: > Of course you're right! Ummm... maybe. > > Had Robin lived to be knighted with Barry, he could have come to > Manhattan, where he would be... > And then if they were both standing next a major street in the theater district they would be... oh I can't write it Joe Brennan Back to top
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