The Bee Gees - Spicks & Specks download album
Spicks and Specks is the second studio album by the Bee Gees. It was released in November 1966, on Spin. Primarily written by Barry Gibb, the album features the first Robin Gibb composition "I Don't Know Why I Bother With Myself" and a Maurice Gibb composition "Where Are You"
Spicks and Specks" is the Bee Gees' second album. It was originally released in Australia in 1966 as "Monday's Rain". That success propelled the group to move to England in 1967 to further their musical career.
This album was originally released under the name "Monday's Rain" with the same cat including "All Of My Life" instead of "Spicks And Specks". Made in Australia by Festival Records Pty. Ltd. Other Versions (5 of 32) View All. Cat.
Produced by Ossie Byrne & Nat Kipner. Album Spicks and Specks. Spicks and Specks Lyrics. Where is the sun That shone On my head The sun in my life It is dead It is dead. Where is the light That would play In my streets And where are the friends I could meet I could meet. Where are the girls I left far behind The spicks and the specks Of the girls on my mind. The second track of the second album (of the same name), released in November 1966. The words were randomly sung by Barry, reorganized by trumpeter Geoff Grant. After the brothers returned to Australia with their parents, promoter Bill Gates offered them to record some tracks (including this song). The first Australian single, this song immediately reached No. 1. "Spicks and Specks" Track Info.
More albums from Bee Gees: To Whom It May Concern by Bee Gees. One Night Only by Bee Gees. Mr. Natural by Bee Gees. Children Of The World by Bee Gees. This Is Where I Came In by Bee Gees. Spirits Having Flown by Bee Gees. View all albums . Spicks And Specks. 7.
Spicks and Specks (1966) is the Bee Gees’ second studio album, recorded at St. Clair Studios in Hurstville, Australia. Those familiar with the Bee Gees’ 70s hits may be surprised to hear these earlier tracks, laden with rich harmonies and bittersweet lyrics, backed by delicate, predominantly acoustic instrumentation.
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|A||Spicks & Specks
Written-By – B. Gibb*
|B||I Am The World
Written-By – R. Gibb*
|EK-1474||The Bee Gees*||Spicks And Specks (7", Single)||Spin||EK-1474||Australia||1966|
|59 065||The Bee Gees*||Spicks & Specks (7", Single)||Polydor||59 065||Norway||1967|
|NH 59065||The Bee Gees*||Spicks And Specks (7", Single)||Polydor||NH 59065||Italy||1966|
|EK-1474||The Bee Gees*||Spicks And Specks (7", Single)||Festival Records||EK-1474||New Zealand||1966|
|BR 45302||The Bee Gees*||Spicks And Specks (7", Single, RE)||BR Music||BR 45302||Netherlands||Unknown|