Doctor Detroit wrote:
Andy wrote:I've always liked the Bee Gees, even the disco stuff. There, I said it.
The best I can say, being from the generation I am, is that I might, possibly, not think the Bee Gees are terrible, possibly. I may or may not even recently have purchased a couple of LPs to play on my record player, not admitting anything.
Doc, you have authored many fine posts, some of them quite hilarious (at least to me,) and this one is one of your best.
I will admit that my brother and I were taken with them right from New York Mining Disaster 1941
and did, in fact, purchase about the first four of their LP's.
I do not seem to recall any of them getting a real workout on the turntable, other than the Greatest Hits LP-- which, ironically, while jam-packed with great songs, came out way, way before the disco era.Massachusetts
and To Love Somebody
still sound good to me.
"Do What Thou Wilt" shall be the Whole of the Solid Block of Text.
As a ravine dweller I can confirm this.