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Spirits Having Flown album for sale by Bee Gees was released May 03, 1994 on the Polydor label. The late-'70s was an interesting time to be a Bee Gee. Spirits Having Flown CD music The trio had experienced a rebirth as disco kings via SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER even though their music at the time was closer to the Spinners than to Donna Summer. By 1979, disco's popularity had begun to wane, but this didn't affect the Gibb's much, since they were primarily just R&B/pop artists to begin with. Spirits Having Flown CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||It has outlived its time|
I´m a Spanish fan of the Bee Gees. I love most of the songs they recorded in the seventies and some of the new ones (those from the 80s on. If I had to choose only one of their albums I´d probably say "Spirits having flown". There are lots of wonderful moments in these songs. I used to like all of the tracks when it was released in 1978 but now nearly 30 years later I still like them but I´ve learnt to love some of them more than the others, especially "love you inside out" and above all "spirits having flown". If you like the Bee Gees, listen to this album. It will not let you down.
By Mike (Spain)
||Best of the Best|
Spirits Having Flown is the best album made by the best musical group out there. Their falsetto's that became their trademark are all over this album but more importantly, so is their songwriting. Every Bee Gees fan knows Tragedy, Too Much Heaven, and Love You Inside Out. However, some of the better tracks aren't even the hits that came off of this album. Unless you own the album, songs like Stop, Thing Again, Search Find and others are going to be new to you. There's nothing like hearing new Bee Gees music for the first time. I HIGHLY recommend this CD if you like good music. If you like the Bee Gees, you should already have it
By Troy (Jacksonville, FL)
||In the Midst of Their Peak|
Along with Main Course '75, Children of the World '76, and Saturday Night Fever '77, Spirits Having Flown '79 presents the Bee Gees at the peak of their powers. Similar to 'Main' and 'Children', 'Spirits' gives you a clutch of instantly recognizable singles...Tragedy, Too Much Heaven, Love You Inside Out, Spirits Having Flown...plus, a handful of catchy 'could-have-been-hit' songs...Reaching Out, Living Together, Stop (Think Again), and 'Search, Find'...this album is essential to fans for those songs...although they disappeared from the charts for a few years after, it is easy to see the natural musical progression made on the next album, 'Living Eyes', and all fans must also be sure to seek out one of the great lost albums of the 1970s, 'Mr. Natural' 1974, which is every bit as strong as the '75-79 material, and not represented on the hits compilations...you won't be disappointed...it is a revelation for most fans, who've yet to appreciate its magnificence
By bee gees fan (Ohio)
||The Ultimate Bee Gees Album|
Spirits is the Bee Gees most successful album Apart From The SNF soundtrack. The album features three gigantic no.1s, Too Much Heaven,Tragedy and Love You Inside Out. The title cut was also a sizeable hit. Hopefully a proper remastered version with bonus cuts will be released in the near future.
By Mario (San Francisco,Ca,USA)
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||Best harmonies ever|
The Spirits (Having Flown) album contains the best harmonies ever recorded by the Bee Gees. In fact, the first half of the “Spirits (Having Flown)” album, including the songs “Tragedy”, “Too Much Heaven”, “Love You Inside Out”, ”Reaching Out” and “Spirits (Having Flown” is so unique that the second half suffers in comparison.
By Jacob (Copenhagen, Denmark)
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|CD Universe Part number||1056566|
|Release Date||May 03, 1994|
|Recording Time||45 minutes||