The Bee Gees the King of pop music with 220 million albums sold worldwide. A group formed in Australia in the sixties has melted only definitively in 2012 with the death of Robin following the end of Maurice suddenly took place in early 2003. The band consists essentially of the Gibb brothers, Robin, Maurice and Barry have a extraordinary item and famous for their falsetto. They had the habit of composing almost all songs, which then are recognized very successful, focusing particularly on their talented vocal range, thus making their songs unique, unmistakable and beautiful. The Bee Gees have composed the music really well made for melody and interpretation.
The greater public acceptance is seen in the second half of the seventies when they composed the soundtrack of the film, Saturday Night Fever starring John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney. The film was defined as the celebration of disco, dominant music in the seventies and where precisely the Bee Gees were the most representative of the genre. Among the pieces that made up the soundtrack of the film, it definitely shows the song Stayin ‘Alive. But also songs like “How Deep Is Your Love”, Night Fever, More Than a Woman, and others. Drawing up a ranking the Bee Gees piazzono is definitely among the top five most popular bands ever, alongside legends like Michael Jackson. Think their first televised step back in 1960 and thanks to their versatility of composition, as well as the simplicity and effectiveness of their melodies, they managed to keep a great success over several 50 years. In the eighties, the Bee Gees, devoted themselves to numerous collaborations with other artists. In 1980, Barry produced “Guilty”, the most famous of Barbra Streisand albums (with the big hit “Woman In Love”).
Other album composed and produced by the Gibb brothers were “Heartbreaker” Heartbreaker (1982), “Eyes That See In The Dark” by Kenny Rogers (1983) and, especially, “Eaten Alive” by Diana Ross (1985).