2004


The two major projects of 2004 were songwriting for a Barbra Streisand album, and a live album of Robin’s concert tour of Germany. The Streisand project began when Barbra met Robin at John Travolta’s birthday party in Mexico in January. Robin reportedly wrote two songs for the album, titles unknown, before Barry took over and shut Robin out of it. Barry wrote all of the songs with co-writer credit to his sons Ashley and Steve.

In May 2004 Barry and Robin appeared together at the University of Manchester to accept honorary doctorates and then at Chorlton High School (Manchester) to open a recording studio dedicated to Maurice. A week later they were at Buckingham Palace (London) where they and Maurice’s son Adam accepted the Commander of the British Empire honors that had been announced in 2002. During this time also, Barry and Robin agreed that they should organize a tribute album and show for Maurice. But they never got beyond the general idea. Robin’s management began working on tributes, but Barry felt he was being left out, and he stopped participating. This probably relates in some way to Barry working on the Streisand album without Robin.

The tribute album as Robin conceived it was not a collection of Maurice’s solo songs but a collection of Bee Gees songs. This idea is consistent with the concept behind Robin’s live shows in which he treated all of the Bee Gees’ work as his. To Robin a tribute to Maurice would celebrate the work of the Bee Gees without any strong focus on Maurice’s individual contribution.

Fans reported that Barry started going into Middle Ear again in July. Other reports suggest that he started working on songs specifically for the Barbra Streisand project from October up to February 2005.

Sometime in 2004 Barry, Robin, and Maurice’s estate contracted with Universal/Polydor for two more collections of hits. The first was released late in 2004 and the second late in 2005. Inevitably these looked like the record company getting the last possible profits out of a defunct act, but they were in fact the Gibb brothers’ idea to start with. Under the terms of old contracts, the Bee Gees would gain ownership of their recordings in 2006, and the purpose of the two collections seemed to be simply to put out new product in the meantime.


songs


UNDERWORLD
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
iTunes track by Barry Gibb, August 2006; album cut by Barry Gibb, 2007. US copyright September 2004

DOCTOR MANN
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
iTunes track by Barry Gibb, August 2006. US copyright September 2004

LIVING IN THE RAIN
Barry Gibb, Stephen Gibb
web release by Steve Gibb, 2006. US copyright September 2004

STARCROSSED LOVERS
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
no record. US copyright September 2004

GOLDEN DAWN
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005. US copyright February 2005

ALL THE CHILDREN
[ CHILDREN OF ISRAEL ]
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005. US copyright March 2005 as ‘Children of Israel’, and June 2005 as ‘All the Children’

STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005; A side by Barbra Streisand, September 2005. US copyright March 2005

IT’S UP TO YOU
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005. US copyright April 2005

NIGHT OF MY LIFE
[ WITHOUT YOUR LOVE ]
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005; B side by Barbra Streisand, December 2005. US copyright May 2005

HIDEAWAY
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005. US copyright May 2005

IF ONLY (YOU WERE MINE)
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb
no record. US copyright May 2005

WITHOUT YOUR LOVE (ALONG THE WAY)
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005. US copyright June 2005

ABOVE THE LAW
Barry Gibb, Barbra Streisand, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005. US copyright August 2005

COME TOMORROW
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb
album cut by Barbra Streisand, 2005; A side by Barbra Streisand, December 2005. US copyright September 2005

The songs for Barbra Streisand are shown above in the order of copyright registration dates, which may (or may not) correspond to the order in which they were finished. Confusingly ‘Night of My Life’ was originally titled ‘Without Your Love’ which then became the title of another song— or was this just a mistake on the form?

Titles are not available, but Robin wrote two songs for the Barbra Streisand album and some others with Michael Graves and possibly other writers. ‘Cherish’ (see 2005) may be one of Robin’s songs for the Streisand project.


recording sessions


Jagged Edge

personnel unknown
engineer: ?
producer: ?
middle of 2004, Los Angeles

HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb (1977)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal unknown
unreleased

The first track known for the Maurice Gibb tribute album. This particular song was written primarily by Barry with Blue Weaver (uncredited). Robin was involved in producing this Jagged Edge recording but whether he sings on it is unknown.


Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb — vocal, guitar
Stephen Gibb — guitar
Eero Turunen — keyboard, programming
engineer: Brian Tench
producer: Barry Gibb
August or September 2004, Middle Ear, Miami Beach

UNDERWORLD
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo 4:40, lead vocal Barry Gibb
iTunes track by Barry Gibb, August 2006; Arctic Tale soundtrack, 2007

DOCTOR MANN
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo 3:44, lead vocal Barry Gibb
iTunes track by Barry Gibb, August 2006

STARCROSSED LOVERS
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal probably Barry Gibb
unreleased

These demos seem to be slightly before the songs for Barbra Streisand. ‘Underworld’ and ‘Doctor Mann’ don’t seem to suit her style and may have been for some other project. Two years later they became the first exclusive iTunes tracks by any of the Bee Gees. ‘Underworld’ saw CD release in 2007 on the soundtrack of Arctic Tale.


Steve Gibb

Steve Gibb — vocal, guitar
Barry Gibb — vocal
others unknown
engineer: ?
producer: ?
August or September 2004, Miami

LIVING IN THE RAIN
Barry Gibb, Stephen Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Steve Gibb
web music track, December 2006

Steve Gibb joined a band called Crowbar in April and arrived in Miami with them by the end of July to record an album that would be called Lifesblood for the Downtrodden. While doing this Steve also wrote and recorded one song with Barry called ‘Living in the Rain’ that he would put on his Myspace page in December 2006 as a solo (not Crowbar) recording. Before the end of the year Steve also contributed to some of the songs for Barbra Streisand (see below), a contrast to the metal guitar music he played with his band. He was not available to Barry in the new year, because Crowbar started a long series of tours in February 2005.


Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney — vocal, instruments
engineer: ?
producer: ?
December 2004, Sussex

TOO MUCH HEAVEN
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb (1978)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Paul McCartney
unreleased

The second known track for the Maurice tribute album. Again this is a Bee Gees track with no obvious contribution by Maurice. This was recorded while Paul McCartney was making his album Chaos and Creation in the Backyard (2005).


Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb — vocal, guitar, programming
others unknown
engineer: John Merchant
producer: Barry Gibb
probably October 2004 to February 2005, Middle Ear, Miami Beach

Demos for the Barbra Streisand album Guilty Pleasures. Some of the demos were made early in 2005, but since dates are unknown, they are all listed together here. Toward the end of 2004 both Barry and Barbra spoke openly about the album they were going to record in 2005.

Barry probably did not record the demos alone on voice and guitar, but who else was involved is not known.

ABOVE THE LAW
Barry Gibb, Barbra Streisand, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

HIDEAWAY
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

GOLDEN DAWN
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

IF ONLY (YOU WERE MINE)
Barry Gibb, others? (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

NIGHT OF MY LIFE
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

COME TOMORROW
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

IT’S UP TO YOU
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

WITHOUT YOUR LOVE
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

ALL THE CHILDREN
Barry Gibb, Ashley Gibb, Stephen Gibb (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Barry Gibb
unreleased

All the songs carry a credit to Barry’s son Ashley, not previously known as a songwriter, and a few are credited also to his son Stephen, a guitarist and occasional songwriter. What Ashley and Stephen contributed is not known.

Two duets were planned. ‘Above the Law’ was a play on ‘Guilty’. It must have been planned from the beginning to be the opening number, and even has melodic similarities. Toward the end of post-production they switched it with the other duet, ‘Come Tomorrow’, which has a stronger chorus.

The song that would become the leadoff single, ‘Stranger in a Strange Land’, seemed to be about the Iraq war, although as it goes along it keeps away from specific references. Probably Barry characteristically wanted it to be more timeless than it would be if it mentioned current events. The same can be said of ‘All the Children’, which according to the album press release Barry wrote for Barbra ‘knowing her concern for human rights’. Originally ‘Children of Israel’ and copyright under that name, the arrangement on the finished track promotes the Middle Eastern references, but the song itself does not take any sides other than Barry’s recurring theme of children knowing love more purely than the corrupt adult world.

The ballads like ‘Hideaway’ and ‘Without Your Love’ show especially well how Barry could hear Barbra’s classic ballad voice in his head and write songs that would showcase it. But he brought in other things. ‘Hideaway’ has a touch of bossa nova, a style Barbra told him she’d wanted to do, and ‘Night of My Life’ has a touch of club dance.

The melody of ‘It’s Up to You’ sounds uncomfortably close to the Jackson Five hit ‘I’ll Be There’, the kind of songwriter’s error Barry normally avoided. Other brief musical quotes are fun, like opening lines of ‘Hideaway’ and ‘You Never Give Me Your Money’.


M E G

Samantha Gibb — vocal, keyboard
Laz Rodriguez — guitar, programming
Nick Yves Sallons — bass, programming
Chris Morro — drums
Lincoln Boehm Clearly — keyboard
Brando Garcia — guitar
John Merchant — programming
engineer: John Merchant
producer: Samantha Gibb, Laz Rodriguez, Nick Sallons
2004, Middle Ear, Miami Beach

ALL THE TIME
Samantha Gibb, Laz Rodriguez, Nick Sallons, Lincoln Clearly (2004)
undated 2004
stereo 3:01, lead vocal Samantha Gibb
M E G, 2004; M E G, 2005

EYES
Samantha Gibb, Laz Rodriguez, Nick Sallons, Lincoln Clearly (2004)
undated 2004
stereo, lead vocal Samantha Gibb
M E G, 2004

SIDES TO YOU
Samantha Gibb, Laz Rodriguez (2004)
undated 2004
stereo 4:54, lead vocal Samantha Gibb
M E G, 2005

CAN’T GO BACK
Samantha Gibb, Laz Rodriguez (2004)
undated 2004
stereo 3:34, lead vocal Samantha Gibb
M E G, 2005

These were the final songs for the first two CD releases by Samantha Gibb’s group, now called M E G (the initials of Maurice Ernest Gibb). None of the Bee Gees were involved with these recordings, but they are shown here to complete the recording history of the M E G releases. Maurice’s place on keyboards is taken by Lincoln Boehm Clearly and by Samantha herself.


selected record releases


Human Nature : Walk the Tightrope
Australia: April 2004

  LOVE IS BLIND

The first release of the 1998 composition ‘Love Is Blind’ was by the Australian boy band Human Nature.


Col Joye : Along the Way
Australia: July 2004

  LOVE IS BLIND

The second release of the 1998 composition ‘Love Is Blind’ was recorded in 2002 before Human Nature recorded the first version to be released.


Maybe Someone Is Digging Underground
UK: Castle/Sanctuary, July 2004

01 The Status Quo : SPICKS AND SPECKS (1967)
02 The Montanas : TOP HAT (1967)
03 The Marmalade : BUTTERFLY (1967)
04 Family Dogg : THE STORM (1967)
05 Cliff Aungier : MORNING OF MY LIFE (1967)
06 Velvett Fogg : NEW YORK MINING DISASTER 1941 (1967)
07 Tangerine Peel : EVERY CHRISTIAN LION HEARTED MAN WILL SHOW YOU (1967)
08 P P Arnold : TO LOVE SOMEBODY (1967)
09 Oscar : HOLIDAY (1967)
10 Gerry Marsden : GILBERT GREEN (1967)
11 Billy J Kramer : TOWN OF TUXLEY TOYMAKER, PART 1 (1967)
12 The Sands : MRS GILLESPIE’S REFRIGERATOR (1967)
13 David Garrick and the Dandy : WORLD (1968)
14 Schadel : WITH THE SUN IN MY EYES (1968)
15 Paul Jones : AND THE SUN WILL SHINE (1968)
16 Cliff Aungier : WORDS (1968)
17 Adam Faith : COWMAN MILK YOUR COW (1967)
18 The Nomads : THE SINGER SANG HIS SONG (1968)
19 David Garrick : MAYPOLE MEWS (1969)
20 The Bloomfields : THE LONER (1972)
21 The Fut : HAVE YOU HEARD THE WORD (1970)
22 City of Westminster String Band : HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART (1971)

A collection of other artists performing Gibb songs. Those in color were the first released version of the song. ‘Top Hat’, ‘Butterfly’, and ‘The Storm’ were songs from 1966, eaventually released by the Bee Gees on Inception / Nostalgia. ‘Gilbert Green’ and ‘Mrs Gillespie’s Refrigerator’ were very late 1966 songs never released by the Bee Gees. One or more Bee Gees appear on these versions of ‘Holiday’, ‘Town of Tuxley Toymaker’ and ‘Cowman Milk Your Cow’, the latter two never released by the Bee Gees. ‘Maypole Mews’ was given to David Garrick late in 1968.

Two songs are more or less Maurice Gibb recordings. Maurice and Billy Lawrie were the Bloomfields— they wrote ‘The Loner’ together and sing it on this recording. They and Steve Kipner and Steve Groves from Tin Tin were the Fut, performing an unfinished song by Kipner and Groves, ‘Have You Heard the Word’, here in its first CD release.


Percy Sledge : Shining Through the Rain
US: Varese Sarabande, August 2004

  A LONELY VIOLIN

Producer Saul Davis once again pulled out an unreleased Bee Gees song for Percy Sledge, in his first album since 1994 when Saul brought him the unreleased 1975 song ‘Your Love Will Save the World’. Here Percy sings ‘A Lonely Violin’ from 1972, to date the oldest unrecorded Gibb song to see release, 32 years on.


M E G
US: 2004

01 ALL THE TIME
02 INSIDE MY HEAD
03 EYES
04 WHEN I’M WITH YOU
05 TURN AWAY

The first release by Samantha and Laz and friends was a five-song CD called M E G. The newest songs were ‘All the Time’ and ‘Eyes’ from 2004, but the three others were recorded with Maurice in 2000 (‘Inside My Head’ and ‘When I’m with You’) and 2002 (‘Turn Away’). None of the band members or writers were credited on the minimalist CD package. The no-label CD was copyright by Harlot Inc, the most recent name of the band. The disk is available on the group’s web site (www.megmusic.net).


Cliff Richard : single
UK: Decca, October 2004

A SOMETHIN’ IS GOIN’ ON
2 HOW MANY SLEEPS

Cliff Richard : Something’s Goin’ On
UK: Decca, October 2004

  I CANNOT GIVE YOU MY LOVE

Cliff Richard : single
UK: Decca, December 2004

A I CANNOT GIVE YOU MY LOVE
2 SHE’S ALL MINE
3 I CANNOT GIVE YOU MY LOVE
4 SOMETHING IS GOIN’ ON

Barry wrote, produced, sings backing vocals, and plays guitar on ‘How Many Sleeps’ and ‘I Cannot Give You My Love’, and Maurice plays keyboard on ‘I Cannot Give You My Love’.


Marlon e Maicon : Caração Aventureiro
Brazil: Indie Records/Universal, October 2004

  TANTAS PALAVROS

For their fourth album this Brazilian duo recorded new vocals to the Magnet track ‘Please’ with some of Robin’s original vocal included. Robin had nothing to do here but allow this to be done. The Portuguese lyrics were by Paulo Sérgio Valle.


Bee Gees : Number Ones
US: Universal, November 2004

01 MASSACHUSETTS (1967)
02 WORLD (1967)
03 WORDS (1968)
04 I’VE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU (1968)
05 I STARTED A JOKE (1968)
06 DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER (1969)
07 LONELY DAYS (1970)
08 HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART (1971)
09 JIVE TALKIN’ (1975)
10 YOU SHOULD BE DANCING (1976)
11 LOVE SO RIGHT (1976)
12 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE (1976)
13 STAYIN’ ALIVE (1977)
14 NIGHT FEVER (1977)
15 TOO MUCH HEAVEN (1978)
16 TRAGEDY (1979)
17 LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT (1979)
18 YOU WIN AGAIN (1987)
19 MAN IN THE MIDDLE (2001)

Bee Gees : Number Ones
UK: Polydor, November 2004

01 MASSACHUSETTS (1967)
02 WORLD (1967)
03 WORDS (1968)
04 I’VE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU (1968)
05 I STARTED A JOKE (1968)
06 DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER (1969)
07 HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART (1971)
08 JIVE TALKIN’ (1975)
09 YOU SHOULD BE DANCING (1976)
10 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE (1977)
11 STAYIN’ ALIVE (1977)
12 NIGHT FEVER (1977)
13 TOO MUCH HEAVEN (1978)
14 TRAGEDY (1979)
15 MORE THAN A WOMAN (1977)
16 LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT (1979)
17 YOU WIN AGAIN (1987)
18 MAN IN THE MIDDLE (2001)
19 ISLANDS IN THE STREAM (2001)
20 IMMORTALITY (2001)

Another greatest hits, only three years after The Record and essentially a one-disk summary of it. The concept was obviously modelled after the Beatles release One of November 2000. Supposedly all these songs had been number one hits, but where some of them reached that lofty peak remains unknown. A note explains that ‘this album contains the best-loved number one singles, plus classic songs taken from number one albums’.

The only item not repeated from The Record was ‘Man in the Middle’, incorrectly identified as a ‘Maurice Gibb tribute track’ since it is of course the song recorded solo by Maurice himself.

The best part of the package was a panel of free verse called ‘To Mo’ by Barry and Robin. As on The Record there are no liner notes saying anything about the songs. There is a detailed description of the producers and music publishers. If this set was supposed to appeal to people who did not have the music already, there was nothing here to put the songs into context.

For people who had The Record and This Is Where I Came In, why buy this? One reason was that it was not HDCD, and therefore sounded better than The Record on normal CD players — however the sound once again is compressed and overly loud. The start of ‘Lonely Days’, cut off on The Record, is clumsily repaired here; that is to say, it still does not sound right. Did something happen to the master tape?


Too Much Heaven / Songs of the Brothers Gibb
Warner/Chappell Publishing, promotional only 2004

01 SPICKS AND SPECKS (1966)
02 NEW YORK MINING DISASTER 1941 (1967)
03 I CAN’T SEE NOBODY (1967)
04 TO LOVE SOMEBODY (1967)
05 HOLIDAY (1967)
06 MASSACHUSETTS (1967)
07 WORDS (1968)
08 I’VE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU (1968)
09 I STARTED A JOKE (1968)
10 FIRST OF MAY (1969)
11 LONELY DAYS (1970)
12 HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART (1971)
13 MY WORLD (1972)
14 RUN TO ME (1972)
15 SAW A NEW MORNING (1973)
16 WOULDN’T I BE SOMEONE (1973)
17 MR NATURAL (1974)
18 JIVE TALKIN’ (1975)
19 NIGHTS ON BROADWAY (1975)
20 EDGE OF THE UNIVERSE (1975)
21 FANNY (BE TENDER WITH MY LOVE) (1975)
22 LOVE SO RIGHT (1976)

01 YOU SHOULD BE DANCING (1976)
02 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE (1977)
03 STAYIN’ ALIVE (1977)
04 NIGHT FEVER (1977)
05 MORE THAN A WOMAN (1977)
06 TOO MUCH HEAVEN (1979)
07 TRAGEDY (1979)
08 LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT (1979)
09 SPIRITS HAVING FLOWN (1979)
10 LIVING EYES (1981)
11 Barry Gibb : SHINE SHINE (1984)
12 YOU WIN AGAIN (1987)
13 Barry Gibb : MY ETERNAL LOVE (1988)
14 ONE (1989)
15 SECRET LOVE (1991)
16 ALONE (1997)
17 MY LOVER’S PRAYER (1997)
18 LOVE IS BLIND
19 THIS IS WHERE I CAME IN (2001)

01 The Marbles : ONLY ONE WOMAN (1968)
02 Andy Gibb : I JUST WANT TO BE YOUR EVERYTHING (1976)
03 Andy Gibb : (LOVE IS) THICKER THAN WATER (1976)
04 Samantha Sang : EMOTION (1977)
05 Yvonne Elliman : IF I CAN’T HAVE YOU (1977)
06 Andy Gibb : SHADOW DANCING (1978)
07 Frankie Valli : GREASE (1978)
08 Andy Gibb : AN EVERLASTING LOVE (1978)
09 Andy Gibb : (OUR LOVE) DON’T THROW IT ALL AWAY (1978)
10 Andy Gibb : DESIRE (1980)
11 Andy Gibb and Olivia Newton-John : I CAN’T HELP IT (1980)
12 Barbra Streisand : WOMAN IN LOVE (1980)
13 Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb : GUILTY (1980)
14 Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb : WHAT KIND OF FOOL (1980)
15 Dionne Warwick : HEARTBREAKER (1982)
16 Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton : ISLANDS IN THE STREAM (1983)
17 Diana Ross : CHAIN REACTION (1985)
18 The Bunburys : FIGHT (NO MATTER HOW LONG) (1988)
19 Celine Dion : IMMORTALITY (1997)

Too Much Heaven is a elaborately packaged box set issued by Barry Gibb’s American publisher, distributed to people in the music business. It was not released, and probably never will be, because doing so would require licensing the recordings from several major record companies. But it was officially produced, and some of the recipients have sold their copies, making it available to fans at premium prices. Beware: counterfeit copies have been made.

This is the first and only official appearance of ‘Love Is Blind’, a demo recorded by Barry and Maurice in 1998. The other songs have been released before, but some of them appear here in uncommon edited versions, many of them otherwise available only on vinyl. Among the missing are songs written by Robin or Maurice without Barry. Although the title says Songs of the Brothers Gibb it is actually songs of Barry Gibb done with or without his brothers.

The following songs appear in unusual versions, described as follows in the box’s list of songs:

WOULDN’T I BE SOMEONE — DJ Stereo Single Edit
MR NATURAL — Commercial Single Edit
NIGHTS ON BROADWAY — DJ Stereo Single Edit
FANNY (BE TENDER WITH MY LOVE) — Commercial Single Edit
LOVE SO RIGHT — Commercial Single Edit
HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE — Commercial Single Edit
STAYIN’ ALIVE — Commercial Single Edit
TOO MUCH HEAVEN — DJ Stereo Single Edit
TRAGEDY — DJ Mono Single Edit
LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT — Commercial Single Edit
SPIRITS HAVING FLOWN — UK Commercial Single Edit
YOU WIN AGAIN — Commercial Single Edit
ONE — Commercial Single Edit
ALONE — Commercial Single Mix
THIS IS WHERE I CAME IN — DJ Stereo Single Edit