The Bee Gees perform Stayin’ Alive live from 1996.
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December 27, 2010 at 9:38 am
1996, alive, Gees, Stayin'
Sounded great when they wer’e together,but it sure didn’t when R. Gibb sand this by himself?
@gsaugen That it comes close and actually brings out the song after twenty years is remarkable. Wayne Newton doesn’t have shit on these guys.
i love bee gees!
accept the singer with the red guitar
Barry was singing live to the original backing track. They also did this during the Stayin’ Alive portion of the 1997 Hall of Fame Induction medley.
as far as Iam aware this song was written originally in the key of Fminor and the studio version sometimes is run at the speed of F#minor and there was a live version done in the key Gminor so there will be a difference in the voice OBVIOUSLY this live version it looks as though Barry is playing at Fminor and I think over the years Barry may have changed his falsetto style slightly too…it’s a bit strange seeing Barry in Robin’s spot must be a better mike
Or just that no-one sounds exactly the same each time they sing live… @Dreamline78
@gsaugen This was in 1996, about 20 years after the song was recorded. Surely you can understand that a person’s voice may change a little as they get older, especially if they sing a falsetto. It is funny you give Elton John as an example to support your argument, because his voice today sounds NOTHING like it did in the ’70s. Find some recent clips of him singing one of his early hits and you’ll see. People’s voices change as they grow older.
Surely Barry’s voice is NOT the same I hear in the original album. It sounds like another singer. Some artists keep the same voice both in live concerts and in CDs/DVDs (for example, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Madonna…), but Barry doesn’t. (GILBERTO SAUGEN FROM BRAZIL). That’s it.
@gsaugen Uh, because they’re live and not recorded?!? What kind of question is that? Live performances SHOULD be different from studio recordings. Otherwise what is the point of a live performance?
@gsaugen Uh, because they’re live and not recorded?!? WTF kind of question is that? Live performances SHOULD be different from studio recordings. Otherwise WTF is the point of a live performance?
Uh, because they’re live and not recorded?!? WTF kind of question is that? Live performances SHOULD be different from studio recordings. Otherwise WTF is the point of a live performance?
who’s the lady in the cowboy hat at 2:51?
Barry’s voice is NOT the same we hear in the original album, it’s a little bit different. Why are songs sung in live shows different from the ones sung in recording studios?
@croemy Unfortunately Maurice left us in 2003 but yes they’re staying alive
Oh that’s awesome! They really proved it on this one.
of course she doesnt know it….she is ghetto!!
@prMillied i believe it’s supermodel IMAN.****
When are the bee gee’s going to make a come back? Does anyone know???? Someone Help me out with this one? They are incredible performers, song writers, and the vocals are awesome.
Lol @ 2:09
This song has stood the test of time. Maybe thanks MJ…
The real classic !
@Sob32 True dat, shes got no clue
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