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Best of Bee Gees, Volume 2

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Best of Bee Gees Volume 2
Compilation album by
Bee Gees
ReleasedAugust 1973
RecordedJuly 25, 1967 - April 12, 1972 in London and New York City
Rhino 2008 reissue
ProducerBee Gees, Robert Stigwood
Bee Gees chronology
Life in a Tin Can
Best of Bee Gees Volume 2
Mr. Natural
Professional ratings
Review scores
Christgau's Record GuideC+[1]

Best of Bee Gees Volume 2 is a compilation album of hits by the Bee Gees released in 1973. The album, briefly revived on CD in the late 1980s, went out of print, but was reissued by Rhino in November 2008.

Whereas the original Best of Bee Gees had focused on songs that had been major hits for the group in America and/or the United Kingdom up to 1969, this follow-up collection featured two cuts from each of the four studio albums released subsequent to the first compilation, all of which, barring Man For All Seasons, had been single A-sides, along with the soundtrack contribution Morning of My Life, Robin Gibb's solo hit Saved by the Bell and the single only hit My World. The album also featured one song each from their early albums Horizontal, Idea and Odessa all of which had charted as singles in non-Anglophone territories. The album featured nothing from Bee Gees' 1st which had already been represented by five tracks on the earlier compilation. As such it serves as a collection of hits through from late 1969 to 1972 plus popular cuts from earlier albums.

The front cover featured a group photograph from the same photoshoot that had been sourced for the front cover of their Life in a Tin Can album released earlier that year, despite the fact that nothing from that album appeared on this compilation.

Track listing

[2] All tracks written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb except where stated

Side One

  1. "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb)
  2. "I.O.I.O." (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb)
  3. "Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself" (Barry Gibb)
  4. "Melody Fair"
  5. "My World" (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb)
  6. "Let There Be Love"
  7. "Saved by the Bell" (Robin Gibb)

Side Two

  1. "Lonely Days"
  2. "Morning of My Life" (Barry Gibb)
  3. "Don't Forget to Remember" (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb)
  4. "And the Sun Will Shine"
  5. "Run To Me"
  6. "Man for All Seasons"
  7. "Alive" (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb)


Additional personnel

Alternate versions

The original North-American LP release of this album included the song "Wouldn't I Be Someone" from the Bee Gees' unreleased album A Kick In The Head Is Worth Eight In The Pants and arranged the tracks in a different order:

Side 1: Wouldn't I Be Someone/I.O.I.O./My World/Saved by the Bell/Don't Forget to Remember/And the Sun Will Shine/Run to Me/Man for All Seasons

Side 2: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart/Don't Want to Live Inside Myself/Melody Fair/Let There Be Love/Lonely Days/Morning of My Life/Alive

There was a German edition of "Best of Bee Gees, Vol. 2" from Polydor (Stereo Vinyl 2480 030), (music cassette 3194033). It featured many different tracks, including solo work by all the three brothers. On the cover, it wasn't mentioned that some of the songs were solo work. That edition had different front- and back covers with photographs taken by German photographer Klaus Köhler. Most likely, it was released even one or two years prior 1973.

side one

  1. " "Let There Be Love"
  2. " "I.O. I.O."
  3. " "Don't Forget To Remember"
  4. " "Saved By The Bell"(Robin Gibb)
  5. " "Lamplight"
  6. " "One Million Years" (Robin Gibb)

side two

  1. " "August October" (Robin Gibb)
  2. " "Sweetheart"
  3. " "Railroad" (Maurice Gibb)
  4. " "I'll Kiss Your Memory" (Barry Gibb)
  5. " "Lonely Days"
  6. " "Tomorrow Tomorrow"


  1. ^ Christgau, Robert (1981). "Consumer Guide '70s: B". Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies. Ticknor & Fields. ISBN 089919026X. Retrieved February 21, 2019.
  2. ^ "Best of Bee Gees, Volume 2". Retrieved 22 February 2013.
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