The Bee Gees

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer

Category: Performer

Inducted in: 1997

Inducted by: Brian Wilson

Nominated in: 1996   1997

First Eligible: 1991 Ceremony

Inducted Members: Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb


Inducted into Rock Hall Revisited in 1998 (ranked #82) .


Essential Albums (?)WikipediaAmazon MP3Amazon CD
Saturday Night Fever: The Original Movie Sound Track (1977)

Essential Songs (?)WikipediaAmazon MP3YouTube
To Love Somebody (1967)
Massachusetts (1967)
How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (1971)
Jive Talkin' (1975)
You Should Be Dancing (1976)
Stayin' Alive (1977)
How Deep Is Your Love (1977)
Night Fever (1978)

The Bee Gees @ Wikipedia

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what i want to say is sample the bee gees is the
best band ever they own the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame





thanx

Posted by mohammed on Sunday, 09.24.06 @ 16:07pm



i like that thanks..

Posted by sohbet on Saturday, 12.27.08 @ 11:30am


i like that thanks..

Posted by sohbet on Saturday, 12.27.08 @ 11:30am


THEY NEED TO PUT ANDY GIBB RIGHT BESIDE HIS BROTHER TOO, BUT THE BEE GEES SHOULD HAVE BEEN IN THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME MUCH SOONER THAN 1997

Posted by CAROLYN on Wednesday, 06.10.09 @ 21:23pm


Thanks for your input CAROLYN but why do you feel the need to CAPITALIZE

Posted by Keebord on Wednesday, 06.10.09 @ 22:25pm


If ever an album contributed mightily to a cultural phenomenom, it would've been the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack (as much as some bitch & moan about "disco" a lot of the music from that era wasn't bad at all). I think the Bee Gees got a stigma hung around their necks that was totally and completely unjustified. As singer-songwriters, they had a 45 year run that is going to be hard to duplicate...

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 07.12.09 @ 13:58pm


ARTISTS WHO WERE INDUCTED INTO THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME AND THE AUSTRALIAN RECORDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME IN THE SAME YEAR:

01. 1997 - The Bee Gees

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 11.16.10 @ 04:39am


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X89fCiZs_Lc


I'd like somebody to tell me what would be on Top 40 radio today that would be half or one third as good as that. And that was just an average song for 40 years ago.

Posted by classicrocker on Thursday, 08.11.11 @ 01:11am


Good stuff, cr. I'm actually a casual fan of theirs, but haven't dug too deep yet.

Posted by DarinRG on Thursday, 08.11.11 @ 02:44am


No one has mentioned Robert Stigwood as a candidate for Non-Performer. Robert Stigwood was very instrumental in the careers of both the Bee Gees and Eric Clapton. Both were signed to RSO (Robert Stigwood Organisation) Records in the 70's. RSO has the distinction of being the record label that spent the longest time at number one on the Billboard chart: 21 weeks. This was accomplished with SIX different #1 song from a period beginning December 24, 1977 and ending May 20, 1978:

How Deep Is Your Love-The Bee Gees (3 weeks)
Baby Come Back-Player (3 weeks)
Stayin' Alive-The Bee Gees (4 weeks)
(Love Is) Thicker Than Water-Andy Gibb (2 weeks)
Night Fever-The Bee Gees (8 weeks)
If I Can't Have You-Yvonne Elliman (1 week)

RSO's 21-week reign at the summit was broken by Wings' "With a Little Luck."

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Saturday, 09.17.11 @ 01:34am


Prayers for Robin Gibb apparently he has been battling liver cancer:(

Posted by DL on Monday, 11.21.11 @ 09:37am


R.I.P. to Robin Gibb.

The Bee Gees' influence was far-reaching and immense. You'll be missed.

Posted by DC on Sunday, 05.20.12 @ 19:23pm


Good grief, we've lost another great one. The year's not even halfway over, and already Donna Summer, Etta James, Davy Jones, Adam Yauch, Levon Helm, Greg Ham, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Earl Scruggs, Whitney Houston, Dick Clark, and Jim Marshall have all passed away.

Now there's only one brother left, Barry. I hope he's staying strong through this tragic loss. What a tragedy it must be to see all your brothers die at young ages. I'm not ashamed to admit I love The Bee Gees and will spin a few songs in Robin's honor tonight.

Posted by Zach on Sunday, 05.20.12 @ 20:19pm


wow that is 4 in the last few weeks.
I wonder what it all means?
RIP Robin thanks for the music and love

Posted by Happy on Sunday, 05.20.12 @ 22:47pm


RIP Robin Gibb.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Monday, 05.21.12 @ 03:40am


The Bee Gees Are One Of The Best Bands Ever I'm Happy They Got Inducted In 1997 They Deserve It!

RIP Robin Gibb A Great Singer And Songwriter!

Posted by Kirsten Noel Vaccaro on Friday, 06.22.12 @ 22:28pm


It's unfortunate that most people don't know the Bee Gees incredible contribution to music of all genres.There talent was almost unlimited. The respect they are finally receiving is great but I wish it had come a little earlier.






Posted by Laura Willoughby on Saturday, 03.22.14 @ 21:59pm


THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE BEE GEES STUDIO ALBUMS


01. 1967 - # 7 – Bee Gees’ 1st
02. 1968 - # 12 – Horizontal
03. 1968 - # 17 – Idea
04. 1969 - # 20 – Odessa
05. 1970 - # 94 – Cucumber Castle
06. 1971 - # 32 – 2 Years On
07. 1971 - # 34 – Trafalger
08. 1972 - # 35 – To Whom It May Concern
09. 1973 - # 69 – Life In A Tin Can
10. 1974 - # 178 – Mr. Natural
11. 1976 - # 8 – Children Of The World
12. 1976 - # 14 – Main Course
13. 1979 - # 1 – Spirits Having Flown
14. 1981 - # 41 – Living Eyes
15. 1987 - # 96 – E.S.P
16. 1989 - # 68 – One
17. 1993 - # 153 – Size Isn’t Everything
18. 1997 - # 11 – Still Waters
19. 2001 - # 16 – This Is Where I Came In

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE BEE GEES COMPILATION ALBUMS


01. 1969 - # 9 – Best Of Bee Gees
02. 1969 - # 99 – Rare, Precious & Beautiful
03. 1970 - # 100 – Rare, Precious & Beautiful, Volume 2
04. 1973 - # 98 – Best Of Bee Gees, Vol. 2
05. 1977 - # 50 – Bee Gees Gold, Volume One
06. 1980 - # 1 – Bee Gees Greatest
07. 2001 - # 49 – The Greatest Hits – The Record
08. 2004 - # 5 – Number Ones
09. 2005 - # 166 – Love Songs
10. 2009 - # 49 – The Ultimate Bee Gees
11. 2010 - # 41 – Bee Gees: Opus Collection

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE BEE GEES LIVE ALBUMS


01. 1977 - # 8 – Here At Last… Bee Gees… Live
02. 1998 - # 72 – One Night Only

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE BEE GEES SOUNDTRACKS


01. 1977 - # 1 – Saturday Night Fever
02. 1978 - # 5 – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
03. 1983 - # 6 – Staying Alive

THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART
THE BEE GEES


01. 1967 - # 14 – New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones)
02. 1967 - # 128 – I Can’t See Nobody
03. 1967 - # 17 – To Love Somebody
04. 1967 - # 16 – Holiday
05. 1968 - # 11 – (The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts
06. 1968 - # 15 – Words
07. 1968 - # 57 – Jumbo
08. 1968 - # 116 – The Singer Sang His Song
09. 1968 - # 8 – I’ve Got To Get A Message To You
10. 1968 - # 6 – I Started A Joke
11. 1969 - # 37 – First Of May
12. 1969 - # 54 – Tomorrow Tomorrow
13. 1969 - # 73 – Don’t Forget To Remember
14. 1970 - # 91 – If Only I Had My Mind On Something Else
15. 1970 - # 94 – I.O.I.O.
16. 1970 - # 3 – Lonely Days
17. 1971 - # 1 – How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
18. 1971 - # 53 – Don’t Wanna Live Inside Myself
19. 1972 - # 16 – My World
20. 1972 - # 16 – Run To Me
21. 1972 - # 34 – Alive
22. 1973 - # 94 – Saw A New Morning
23. 1973 - # 115 – Wouldn’t I Be Someone
24. 1974 - # 93 – Mr. Natural
25. 1974 - # 103 – Charade
26. 1975 - # 1 – Jive Talkin’
27. 1975 - # 7 – Nights On Broadway
28. 1975 - # 12 – Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
29. 1976 - # 1 – You Should Be Dancing
30. 1976 - # 3 – Love So Right
31. 1977 - # 12 – Boogie Child
32. 1977 - # 26 – Edge Of The Universe
33. 1977 - # 1 – How Deep Is Your Love
34. 1977 - # 1 – Stayin’ Alive
35. 1978 - # 1 – Night Fever
36. 1978 - # 1 – Too Much Heaven
37. 1979 - # 1 – Tragedy
38. 1979 - # 1 – Love You Inside Out
39. 1981 - # 30 – He’s A Liar
40. 1981 - # 45 – Living Eyes
41. 1983 - # 24 – The Woman In You
42. 1983 - # 49 – Someone Belonging To Someone
43. 1987 - # 75 – You Win Again
44. 1989 - # 7 – One
45. 1993 - # 74 – Paying The Price Of Love
46. 1994 - # 109 – For Whom The Bell Tolls
47. 1997 - # 28 – Alone
48. 1997 - # 57 – Still Waters (Run Deep)

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 08.26.14 @ 22:40pm


THE BEE GEES BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER HITS

01. 1967 - # 128 – I Can’t See Nobody
02. 1968 - # 116 – The Singer Sang His Song
03. 1973 - # 115 – Wouldn’t I Be Someone
04. 1974 - # 103 – Charade
05. 1994 - # 109 – For Whom The Bell Tolls

Posted by Roy on Friday, 08.29.14 @ 23:31pm


THE BEE GEES : THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

01. 1967 - # 7 – Bee Gees’ 1st
02. 1968 - # 12 – Horizontal
03. 1968 - # 17 – Idea
04. 1969 - # 9 – Best Of Bee Gees
05. 1969 - # 20 – Odessa
06. 1969 - # 99 – Rare, Precious & Beautiful
07. 1970 - # 94 – Cucumber Castle
08. 1970 - # 100 – Rare, Precious & Beautiful, Volume 2
09. 1971 - # 32 – 2 Years On
10. 1971 - # 34 – Trafalger
11. 1972 - # 35 – To Whom It May Concern
12. 1973 - # 98 – Best Of Bee Gees, Vol. 2
13. 1973 - # 69 – Life In A Tin Can
14. 1974 - # 178 – Mr. Natural
15. 1976 - # 8 – Children Of The World
16. 1976 - # 14 – Main Course
17. 1977 - # 50 – Bee Gees Gold, Volume One
18. 1977 - # 8 – Here At Last… Bee Gees… Live
19. 1977 - # 1 – Saturday Night Fever
20. 1978 - # 5 – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
21. 1979 - # 1 – Spirits Having Flown
22. 1980 - # 1 – Bee Gees Greatest
23. 1981 - # 41 – Living Eyes
24. 1983 - # 6 – Staying Alive
25. 1987 - # 96 – E.S.P
26. 1989 - # 68 – One
27. 1993 - # 153 – Size Isn’t Everything
28. 1997 - # 11 – Still Waters
29. 1998 - # 72 – One Night Only
30. 2001 - # 49 – The Greatest Hits – The Record
31. 2001 - # 16 – This Is Where I Came In
32. 2004 - # 5 – Number Ones
33. 2005 - # 166 – Love Songs
34. 2009 - # 49 – The Ultimate Bee Gees
35. 2010 - # 41 – Bee Gees: Opus Collection

THE BEE GEES : THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1967 - # 14 – New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones)
02. 1967 - # 17 – To Love Somebody
03. 1967 - # 16 – Holiday
04. 1968 - # 11 – (The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts
05. 1968 - # 15 – Words
06. 1968 - # 57 – Jumbo
07. 1968 - # 8 – I’ve Got To Get A Message To You
08. 1968 - # 6 – I Started A Joke
09. 1969 - # 37 – First Of May
10. 1969 - # 54 – Tomorrow Tomorrow
11. 1969 - # 73 – Don’t Forget To Remember
12. 1970 - # 91 – If Only I Had My Mind On Something Else
13. 1970 - # 94 – I.O.I.O.
14. 1970 - # 3 – Lonely Days
15. 1971 - # 1 – How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
16. 1971 - # 53 – Don’t Wanna Live Inside Myself
17. 1972 - # 16 – My World
18. 1972 - # 16 – Run To Me
19. 1972 - # 34 – Alive
20. 1973 - # 94 – Saw A New Morning
21. 1974 - # 93 – Mr. Natural
22. 1975 - # 1 – Jive Talkin’
23. 1975 - # 7 – Nights On Broadway
24. 1975 - # 12 – Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
25. 1976 - # 1 – You Should Be Dancing
26. 1976 - # 3 – Love So Right
27. 1977 - # 12 – Boogie Child
28. 1977 - # 26 – Edge Of The Universe
29. 1977 - # 1 – How Deep Is Your Love
30. 1977 - # 1 – Stayin’ Alive
31. 1978 - # 1 – Night Fever
32. 1978 - # 1 – Too Much Heaven
33. 1979 - # 1 – Tragedy
34. 1979 - # 1 – Love You Inside Out
35. 1981 - # 30 – He’s A Liar
36. 1981 - # 45 – Living Eyes
37. 1983 - # 24 – The Woman In You
38. 1983 - # 49 – Someone Belonging To Someone
39. 1987 - # 75 – You Win Again
40. 1989 - # 7 – One
41. 1993 - # 74 – Paying The Price Of Love
42. 1997 - # 28 – Alone
43. 1997 - # 57 – Still Waters (Run Deep)

THE BEE GEES : THE BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1967 - # 128 – I Can’t See Nobody
02. 1968 - # 116 – The Singer Sang His Song
03. 1973 - # 115 – Wouldn’t I Be Someone
04. 1974 - # 103 – Charade
05. 1994 - # 109 – For Whom The Bell Tolls

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 09.2.14 @ 22:38pm


RIP, Robert Stigwood

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Monday, 01.4.16 @ 21:04pm


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