Bee Gees: The Bees Gees—Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb—were a powerhouse trio of singer-song.
Islands in the Stream: Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton The Bee Gees originally wrote ‘Islands in the Stream’ in a R&B.
If I Can’t Have You: One of the hit tracks that appeared on the ‘Saturday Night Fever.
Grease: Grease’ was written by Barry Gibb and recorded by Frankie Vallie.
More Than a Woman: Tavares (1977) Funk, soul, and R&B group Tavares recorded ‘More Than a Woman.
Words: Georgie Fame (1967) ‘Words’ is one of the Bee Gees’ best-loved songs.
Guilty: Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb (1980) ‘Guilty’ is the titular song from Barbra Streisand’s hugely successful 1980 album.
Woman in Love: Written by Barry and Robin Gibb, ‘Woman in Love’ remains one of Barbra.
Chain Reaction: Written by the Bee Gees with additional vocal input from Barry Gibb.
Heartbreaker: Barry, Robin, and Maurice all had a hand in writing this song, a huge international hit.
Immortality: The Bee Gees supplied backing vocals for Celine Dion’s ‘Immortality.
Love Me: Yvonne Elliman (1976) One Bee Gees cover worth mentioning is Yvonne Elliman’s ‘Love Me.
What Kind of Fool: What Kind of Fool’ was the third single release from ‘Guilty’ and is another.
Buried Treasure: Barry Gibb wrote most of the songs that appear on Rogers’ ‘Eyes.
All the Love in the World: The third single taken from Warwick’s hit album ‘Heartbreaker.