I heard a rumour about Robin Gibb .... couldn't see it on BBC website .... so checked here (call me out of touch if you like!). More seriously though, a sad day for music lovers ... the staggering thing for me is how much material the Bee Gees wrote for all those other artists.
Good song BB. Try "Every Christian Lionhearted Man Will Show You" for another interesting early Bee Gees song (I won't link as I don't want to get this Thread too far off track). The Bee Gees certainly were crucial to Pop music.
Some Dancers who gave a good time, broke all the rules, played all the fools, yeah yeah yeah they blew our minds
That's a real shame about Greg Ham I can still see him now sitting up in the gum tree playing his flute to a koala bear (not real) from their ' Down Under' video.
Men at Work have a special place in chart music history because their single ' Down Under' and the album it was taken from 'Business as Usual' simultaneously topped the UK/US single and albums charts in Feb 1983.
I believe the only other artists to do this are ' Michael Jackson' with Billie Jean/Thriller and 'Rod Stewart' Maggie May/Every Picture Tells a Story,very select company indeed, you'll never be forgotten Greg.