Saw A New Morning - The Bee Gees* - Life In A Tin Can (CD, Album)

Download Saw A New Morning - The Bee Gees* - Life In A Tin Can (CD, Album)
Label: Polydor - 833 788-2,PolyGram - 833 788-2 • Series: Bom & Barato • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock


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  1. Life In A Tin Can Life in a Tin Can () saw the Bee Gees move from recording in England to sunny Los Angeles. This is one of the group’s shorter albums, at just eight songs. It’s also a more acoustic album than the sweeping orchestral feats of Odessa and Trafalgar, allowing crisp vocals to shine.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Life In A Tin Can on Discogs/5(5).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Bee Gees* - Life In A Tin Can at Discogs. Complete your The Bee Gees* collection/5().
  4. AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder The Bee Gees moved their base of operations from England to America, specifically to Los Angeles, in the early '70s, and Life in a Tin Can was the result of their first recording sessions out there. This was the album that heralded the group's collapsing fortunes.4/
  5. “Saw A New Morning” was the first single The Bee Gees released on Robert Stigwood’s new label RSO records. It was the first, and due to it failing commercially in both the US and UK, the only.
  6. " Saw a New Morning " is the single released by the Bee Gees. It was also the group's first single released on Robert Stigwood 's newly created records label RSO Records. The Bee Gees moved to Los Angeles in to record the album Life in a Tin Can which was a new direction for the group, who had been recording in England since
  7. Life in a Tin Can is the Bee Gees' eleventh studio album (ninth worldwide), released in January The Bee Gees travelled to Los Angeles to record Life in a Tin Can. However, it was unable to prevent a commercial decline with the album criticised for a lack of innovation. Despite its low sales and poor chart performance, Life in a Tin Can was awarded.
  8. With their new album, Life in a Tin Can, conditions are slightly improved, but there’s really nothing to get excited about. Of the eight tracks, two are typical slushy ballads with scant redeeming.
  9. Songs from "Living In Chicago", "My Life Has Been A Song" to "Method to My Madness" the whole album is just ingenious. It might be called "Life In A Tin Can" but Bee Gees were thinking outside of the box. There is so many beautiful harmonies on this CD. They alternated from one Bee Gee singing to it being Robin to Barry or both/5(32).

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