Download links and information about Idea (Remastered) by Bee Gees. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 35:34 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Psychedelic|
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|1.||Let There Be Love||3:33|
|3.||In the Summer of His Years||3:12|
|4.||Indian Gin & Whiskey Dry||2:02|
|5.||Down to Earth||2:34|
|6.||Such a Shame||2:29|
|7.||I've Gotta Get a Message to You||2:57|
|9.||When the Swallows Fly||2:34|
|10.||I Have Decided to Join the Air Force||2:14|
|11.||I Started a Joke||3:08|
The Bee Gees' third album, released in 1968, calms with its gentle psych and ornate pop. It’s an exquisitely sung, performed, and arranged album that rocks a bit more than their previous two albums without sacrificing any of the songcraft, which, in many ways, was influenced by The Beatles. The songs bloom with a full-band sound, equal parts melancholy countryside and Carnaby Street fanfare: The swooning mellotron and lashing acoustic guitars make “Indian Gin & Whiskey Dry” about the best two-minute ode to drinking in all of pop, while the popping “Kitty Kan” would’ve made a killer Hollies song. The brassy and hypnotically morose “I Have Decided to Join the Air Force” finds the sad protagonist signing up for war because it’s better than suffering a lonely home life. The soaring and dramatic “When the Swallows Fly” (with a title from Wordsworth) balladizes the idea of flight, while a flute and mellotron back up Barry Gibb’s pensive and Lennonesque vocals on the beautifully folksy “Kilburn Towers.” And, truly, “I Started a Joke” did get the whole world singing to The Bee Gees, if only their hits.