Beegees: E.S.P. (1987)

Posted By: Mirabo
Beegees: E.S.P. (1987)

Beegees: E.S.P. (1987)
Genre: Pop | Original Release Date: September 1987 | MP3 | CBR 192 Kbps | 66 MB

When making a list of the Top 10 Greatest Pop Artists of the 20th Century, it would be hard to not include The Bee Gees in that Top 10. While the Bee Gees started out as a popular band in the late 1960s, their most successful period was between 1975 and 1979. It was during this period that the Bee Gees rode the way of the phenomenon known simply as "Disco". This period would culminate with the enormous success they had with their contributions to the monster soundtrack for "Saturday Night Fever". Things began to change in the 1980s. As the Disco era began to wind down, the Bee Gees machine suddenly lost some gas. Their 1981 album "Living Eyes" was a commercial disappointment. The songs they contributed to the soundtrack for "Staying Alive", the sequel to "Saturday Night Fever" did as poorly as the movie did commercially. The early 1980s would see the Bee Gees begin to reinvent themselves as songwriters - writing for such artists as Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross, and Barbra Streisand. By the time 1987 rolled around, it was 6 years since The Bee Gees had released a studio album. The result would be the album "E.S.P". While this album did very well in Europe, this album would prove to be another commercial disaster for the Brothers Gibb in the U.S.. However, I think this album gets a bum rap in the United States - this album reinvents the Bee Gees sound and shows The Bee Gees are very much the innovators they were back in the 1970s.

1. E-S-P
2. You Win Again
3. Live Or Die (Hold Me Like A Child)
4. Giving Up The Ghost
5. The Longest Night
6. This Is Your Life
7. Angela
8. Overnight
9. Crazy For Your Love
10. Backtafunk
11. E-S-P (Vocal Reprise)