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5 tracks on Atlantic have been recommended.
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I Close My Eyes  performed by Bee Gees  1967
Recommended by tinks [profile]

It's a sad fact that the Bee Gees are a group primarily remembered for only one thing. If this were a perfect world, people would realize what an jaw-droppingly amazing group they once were. To me, their first LP is an orchestral psychedelic pop masterpiece easily the equal of the Kinks' "Village Green" or Billy Nicholls' "Would You Believe", and also just about as close at Britain ever got to replicating "Pet Sounds". On this track, listen for the insane rubber-band bassline, the staccato organ fills, the odd timbre of the voices or the occassional flute bit. It's a song bursting with an enthusiam the likes of which people only had during the middle 60s.

from Bee Gees' 1st (Atco D33-233), available on CD (Atlantic)

  22 Dec 04 ·ronin: Ah, 1967. "NY Mining Disaster 1941" is a major hit in Boston. And Bee Gees 1st, complete w/cover art by Klaus Voorman, was the 1st lp I ever bought. If only the Bee Gees had kept singing like this instead of the whole falsetto/disco bit! "Odd timbre of voices" indeed! Robin (we always assumed) had his top teeth hanging out when he did this one. His vocal versatility is amazing. "Craise Finton Kirk," with its simple piano accompaniment, is a standout from this lp., too.
Bubblegum Factory  performed by Redd Kross  1990
Recommended by popgoestheculture [profile]

The best bubblegum pop song ever. Literally.

from Third Eye, available on CD (Atlantic)

You Got To Die  performed by Blind Willie McTell  1949
Recommended by magicsteven [profile]

A beautiful performance featuring Willie's voice and guitar alone.

from Atlanta Twelve String, available on CD

Hannah Jane  performed by Hootie & The Blowfish  1994
Recommended by thedoc [profile]

Off the wall lyrics but incredibly fine singing and the arrangements are out of this world. Whatever happened to this fine band?

available on CD - Cracked Rear View (Atlantic)

The World is Outside  performed by The Ghosts  2007
Recommended by Issie [profile]

I love this song ! I heard of them a little while back now but I never really got into them - until i heard this song! It's catchy and its got a good rhythm to it- I have been looking for a great song like this for ages!! I recommend it to you if you like bands like Keane and Coldplay! its a great song so listen to it its on youtube!

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