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Show 189S The Bee Gees

“Something to Talk About,” Bonnie Raitt, Luck of the Draw, Capitol 
“Everything I Own,” Bread, Baby, I’m a’ Want You, Elektra 
“Song for You Far Away,” James Taylor, That’s Why I’m Here, Columbia 
“Teenage Failure,” Chad and Jeremy, Single, Columbia
“Alice,” Cheryl Wheeler, Defying Gravity, Rounder 
“Gentle On My Mind,” Glen Campbell, Gentle On My Mind, Capitol 
“You Told Me,” The Monkees, Headquarters, Colgems 
“Economy Lunch,” Vaughn Meader, Economy Lunch,  Cadence Records 
“Love You Strongly,” Amy Stroup, The Other Side of Love Sessions, Milkglass 
“Bright Side of the Road,” Van Morrison, Into the Music, Warner Bros. 
“Anji,” Paul Simon, Sounds of Silence, Columbia 
“To Love Somebody,” The Bee Gees, Best of the Bee Gees, Polydor 
“Follow the Wind,” The Bee Gees, The Bee Gees Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibbs Songs, Leedon 
“Spicks and Specks,” The Bee Gees, Spicks and Specks, Spin 
“New York Mining Disaster 1941,” The Bee Gees, The Best of the Bee Gees, Polydor
“Holiday,” The Bee Gees, The Best of the Bee Gees, Polydor
“Massachusetts,” The Bee Gees, The Best of the Bee Gees, Polydor
“The Singer Sang His Song,” The Bee Gees, Idea, Polydor 
“Such a Shame,” The Bee Gees, Idea, Polydor 
“First of May,” The Bee Gees, The Best of the Bee Gees, Polydor
“Tomorrow, Tomorrow,” The Bee Gees, The Best of the Bee Gees, Polydor
“Lonely Days,” The Bee Gees, 2 Years On, Polydor
“How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” The Bee Gees, Trafalger, Polydor

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