The Bee Gees- The Best of The Bee Gees- ‘New York Mining Disaster 1941’
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January 28, 2012 at 5:22 pm
'New, 1941', Disaster, Gees, Mining, York
@MrRonnieG My earliest memories include the BeeGees (born in 1967) My Momma taught me to appreciate music from a very young age.
I wasn’t even born…Could have been also in Ballart Goldmine !Good and sentimental lyric, too. Sad and meaningful !.
Probably because they realized that they had to adapt and experiment with new sounds in order to remain relevant to the current music scene,and that’s why they had the success and longevity that they did.If they simply set about appeasing narrow minded old fucks like you,they would have been long forgotten rather than being recognized for being one of the greatest and most successful acts in recent history.
This song bring me so much nostalgia about my childhood.
It almost makes me want to cry . .
Kinda sound like the Beatles in this one
Firstly thankyu for the video, Sends shivers down my spine everytime I hear it. Second to Robin, Don’t give up just yet, keep fighting, i lost my ex wife to cancer, you caught yours not too late and this medicine man may be the cure, please dont give up, can’t imagine a world with ya Robin, Keep Strong, if i could send ya good vibe, this it it, Do not let it beat you, we lv ya
@jbyesterday It’s 2 chords and i completely agree, sends chills down ya back those small changes, G power chord slide to F power chord, PERFECT! i have only seen them once, oh lord how i wished i had got another chance. Beautiful Songwriters/musicians & singers, an amazing song based o a true event, only the bee gees could come up with this
@jbyesterday muy cierto muy cierto
My friend Alex and I laugh about the line “have you seen my wife Mr. Jones?”
……when the guitar strumming hits that chord with the bass at 1:06, oh man-oh man…how the beautiful essence of these brothers runs through your veins (at least for me). Great song….magical group.
To MrRonnieG. Onya mate. From the old Aussie.
I think the groups influenced each other..I am pretty sure of that
I totally agree on that…The sixties sound of the Bee Gees is so much better than the
Saturday Night Fever/Grease stuff..
Don ‘t think so. It’s the style of the era. Both the BeeGees and the Beatles are a product thereof.
@jbeng1953 I agree!
Really, sensational ! Thanks for … remember me !
THIS is the first recording I can remember listening to, by the Bee Gees. The year was 1968 and this song was coming thru my ’57 Chevy’s AM radio, loud & clear. Memories of a lifetime ago…………..
Fantastic boys ahead of their time with a style all their own,timeless classics.
this was beatle influenced still great though
chumbawamba did it betterr..way better
Pre disco Bee Gees was the best!
I’m only a thought in my parents head and i like the bee gees 😀
One of the first songs I learned on the guitar…Love it.
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