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Idea (Deluxe Version)

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Download links and information about Idea (Deluxe Version) by Bee Gees. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 37 tracks with total duration of 01:43:09 minutes.

Artist: Bee Gees
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 37
Duration: 01:43:09
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Let There Be Love (Stereo Version) 3:33
2. Kitty Can (Stereo Version) 2:40
3. In the Summer of His Years (Stereo Version) 3:12
4. Indian Gin & Whiskey Dry (Stereo Version) 2:02
5. Down to Earth (Stereo Version) 2:34
6. Such a Shame (Stereo Version) 2:29
7. I've Gotta Get a Message to You (Stereo Version) 2:57
8. Idea (Stereo Version) 2:54
9. When the Swallows Fly (Stereo Version) 2:34
10. I Have Decided to Join the Air Force (Stereo Version) 2:14
11. I Started a Joke (Stereo Version) 3:08
12. Kilburn Towers (Stereo Version) 2:20
13. Swan Song (Stereo Version) 2:57
14. Let There Be Love (Mono Version) 3:28
15. Kitty Can (Mono Version) 2:33
16. In the Summer of His Years (Mono Version) 3:05
17. Indian Gin & Whiskey Dry (Mono Version) 1:58
18. Down to Earth (Mono Version) 2:30
19. Such a Shame (Mono Version) 2:29
20. I've Gotta Get a Message to You (Mono Version) 2:51
21. Idea (Mono Version) 2:54
22. When the Swallows Fly (Mono Version) 2:25
23. I Have Decided to Join the Air Force (Mono Version) 2:09
24. I Started a Joke (Mono Version) 3:04
25. Kilburn Towers (Mono Version) 2:15
26. Swan Song (Mono Version) 2:55
27. Chocolate Symphony 2:43
28. I've Gotta Get a Message to You (Mono Version) 3:02
29. Jumbo 2:11
30. The Singer Sang His Song 3:21
31. Bridge Crossing Rivers 2:08
32. Idea (Alternate Mix) 2:50
33. Completely Unoriginal 3:37
34. Kitty Can (Remastered Alternate Mix) 2:40
35. Come Some Christmas Eve or Halloween 3:32
36. Let There Be Love (Alternate Mix) 3:34
37. Gena's Theme 3:21

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The Bee Gees’ third international release, Idea, though again featuring the sympathetic orchestration that characterizes much of their early pop period, is the sound of a self-contained group coming into its own — even as tensions threatened to splinter them apart. In a welcome but unexpected move, guitarist Vince Melouney sings lead on “Such A Shame,” a report on the band’s then current tenuous state. The rest is pure Bee Gees — Barry, Maurice and Robin — rich in harmony and melody. “I’ve Got to Get a Message to You” and “I Started A Joke” were the two deserved hit singles, while their melancholy side once again received a solid airing with the haunting “In the Summer of His Years,” the gorgeously string-laden “Kilburn Towers” and the fatalistic “Swan Song.” Though in a desperate state, the group would go on to record and release the landmark Odessa within six months. The deluxe edition of Idea includes several worthwhile gems, including the previously unissued “Bridges Crossing Rivers,” the seasonal melodrama of “Come Some Christmas Eve or Halloween” and “Completely Unoriginal,” a track the group recorded to diffuse the tension of making their serious artistic statement.