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Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb
Born: Sep 1, 1946 in Douglas, Isle of Man
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Genre: Other, Pop/Rock, R&B, Classical
Biography: As a member of the Bee Gees, Barry Gibb sang and played the guitar along with his twin brothers Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb. Among the group's well-known hits are "How Deep Is Your Love," "Night Fever," and "Run to Me." For more than two decades the band has produced hits. Their records have sold more ...Read full biography
Now Voyager
Released: 1984
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The Bee Gees took a recording hiatus between their contributions to the Staying Alive soundtrack in 1983 and their E.S.P. album in 1987, during which Barry and Robin Gibb each released solo albums. Barry, ...Read full review
Hawks
Released: 1988
Label: Polydor
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More Barry Gibb albums: Main Albums (2), Others (1)
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