Sunday Session – Bee Gees

It’s Sunday Session time again with Thea over at Do I Really Wanna Blog?

This week I am taking inspiration from her Abba inspired session of last week. So, I’ll see you Abba and raise you the amazing Bee Gees!

I love their early stuff and their later stuff but most of all I love their disco stuff. Today I am going to share a few of my personal favourites with you, hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

More Than a Woman

Staying Alive

How Deep is Your Love

Night Fever

Enjoy your Sunday everyone!

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12 Responses

  1. Thank you for the comment on my Sunday Session I love your Sunday Session love the Bee Gee’s thanks for the great songs.

    Loving your blog & now I’m following you on twitter also see you live in Newcastle I know that area well lived there for a chunk of my life.

    (((( Hugs )))) XXXX Kisses XXXX

    • Kirsty says:

      Thanks Ms_MotorbikeNut! I was born and bred here, will probably never leave good old’ Newy – nice to hear from someone familiar with the area. Looking forward to checking out your blog more too!

  2. Shelly says:

    These songs all remind me of my sister when she was a teen. She played these songs over and over on an old record player with a penny placed on the needle to make it stay.

    My favourite Bee Gees songs were their old ones like How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, Holiday and I Started a Joke. I know what I want for Chrissy now!
    Shelly recently posted..Sunday Session: A Celebrity Crush on Damon from Blur

    • Kirsty says:

      I love Words as well, but their disco stuff is so danceable I couldn’t resist! I’m literally tapping my foot right now thinking of You Should Be Dancing (now why didn’t that make my list?)

  3. Cassandra says:

    Oh… I love How Deep is Your Love 🙂 Thanks for sharing.. nice choice!!!
    Cassandra recently posted..Circle of Moms Top 25…

    • Kirsty says:

      You really can’t go wrong with the Bee Gees – if you can’t appreciate the music you have to give them points for the falsetto or the hair or the walk! 😉 Glad you enjoyed it!

  4. Thea says:

    Hehe….”So, I’ll see you Abba and raise you the amazing Bee Gees!”….love it!!

    My lame claim to fame…my Dad ‘saw’ the Bee Gees in Brisbane just walking down the street in their very early days. Before they were huge…but popular enough for my very young at the time Dad to recognize them.

    Thanks for a fabulous Sunday Session. 🙂
    Thea recently posted..Sunday Session

    • Kirsty says:

      That is an awesome claim to fame!

      I once saw Mark Phillippousis at a Melbourne nightclub around Australian Open time – that’s about as close to a “celebrity” that I can lay claim to!

  5. Alice says:

    Choice Kirsty! I absolutely love their disco stuff! How can you sit still when you hear their instantly recognisable grooves and riffs! Gotta love the fashions of those days too 😉
    Alice recently posted..Sunday Session – My girls

    • Kirsty says:

      Alice, isn’t it fab? I especially love the Staying Alive film clip – that walk and the hair and the falsetto – love it all!

  6. Bee says:

    Everytime I think of the Bee Gees Staying alive I think of Ken Jeong and hands only CPR! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5hP4DIBCEE Awesome way to remember it, I think!
    Bee recently posted..Quitting At Quitting

    • Kirsty says:

      OMG – that was hilarious! And I think I did learn a little bit about CPR (who knew you pressed in time to the beat of Staying Alive?)

      Also, was that Adam from Mythbusters in the background? Thanks for the link, that gave me a laugh tonight!

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