Cucumber Castle - Bee Gees - Pop History Vol. 5 (Vinyl, LP)

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8 thoughts on “ Cucumber Castle - Bee Gees - Pop History Vol. 5 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kazinris Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pop History Vol. 5 on Discogs. Label: Polydor - /4 • Series: Pop History - Vol. 5 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Uruguay • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal5/5(1).
  2. Tashicage Reply
    For some reason, they decided to make a television special named after a song from Bee Gees 1st, their album release. It seemed the most natural thing in the world to add more songs to the soundtrack, and put out another Bee Gees record. Cucumber Castle, the album, is /5(53).
  3. Mikadal Reply
    Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl Album, LP Gatefold • Country: Germany • Genre: Pop • Style: Ballad Bee Gees - Cucumber Castle (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(30).
  4. Zolozil Reply
    For some reason, they decided to make a television special named after a song from Bee Gees 1st, their album release. It seemed the most natural thing in the world to add more songs to the soundtrack, and put out another Bee Gees record. Cucumber Castle, the album, is /5(52).
  5. Nacage Reply
    Tracks A3 to A5, B3, B6 are from the Bee Gees' television spectacular Cucumber Castle Produced by Mike Mansfield On the label: Track A5 is written: I was A Child Track B2 is written: Diwn By The River Record mfd by Philips Liban S. A. Made in England2/5(1).
  6. Samuzragore Reply
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bee Gees - Cucumber Castle at Discogs. Complete your Bee Gees collection.
  7. Shazilkree Reply
    Label: ATCO Records - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Monarch Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Ballad, Soundtrack Bee Gees - Cucumber Castle (, Monarch Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  8. Malarn Reply
    An overlooked work in the Brothers Gibb catalog, Cucumber Castle is an excellent album that plays to the Bee Gees' strengths of melody, arrangement, and craftsmanship. Though at times one may miss the distinctive trembling vocals of Robin Gibb (the brothers had split up at this point), Barry and Maurice carry on with 12 cuts that continue in the tradition of their distinctive pop sound.

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