“Trafalgar” by Bee Gees - album review

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TJR says

Their 60s output wasn't too objectionable to me; I actually liked a good few of their tunes even though I knew they were shameful chameleons. Trouble is, previously they wanted to be The Beatles then The Byrds. Now they wanna be Elton John. It's largely horrid as you might imagine.

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A1 [03:58] 3.4.png Bee Gees - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) Pop Ballad
A2 [03:54] 3.7.png Bee Gees - Israel (Barry Gibb) Pop Ballad
A3 [04:18] 1.4.png Bee Gees - The Greatest Man In The World (Barry Gibb) Pop Ballad
A4 [02:34] 2.4.png Bee Gees - It’s Just The Way (Maurice Gibb) Pop Ballad
A5 [04:02] 2.6.png Bee Gees - Remembering (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) Pop Ballad
A6 [03:31] 4.3.png Bee Gees - Somebody Stop The Music (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B1 [03:53] 3.2.png Bee Gees - Trafalgar (Maurice Gibb) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B2 [05:25] 3.5.png Bee Gees - Don’t Wanna Live Inside Myself (Barry Gibb) Pop Ballad
B3 [03:58] 5.8.png Bee Gees - When Do I (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) Pop Ballad
B4 [03:52] 2.3.png Bee Gees - Dearest (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) Pop Ballad
B5 [03:59] 1.6.png Bee Gees - Lion In Winter (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) Pop Ballad
B6 [03:51] 3.6.png Bee Gees - Walking Back To Waterloo (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb) Pop

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