Living Eyes is the Bee Gees' sixteenth original album (fourteenth internationally), released in 1981. The Bee Gees turned away from the disco sound that was prominent on their work in the middle-to-late 1970s with this album. However, the album was not a commercial success, perhaps due to their being so strongly associated with disco. It sold 750,000 copies worldwide, compared to 16 million copies of their previous studio album, Spirits Having Flown, in 1979
8 February ·. Happy happy birthday to our good friend Stella! Here she is playin sax w us last week at the tote and we gonna do it all again tomorrow at jerkfest. Thanks to Jamie WDZIEKONSKI for the photo. 31 January ·. LP launch is this SATURDAY night at the tote w/ 3 of Melbourne's finest bands. TONIGHT we'll be playing a full set on PBS 10. FM Melbourne Sunglasses After Dark at 8:30pm.
a Universal Music Company. Performer: Bee Gees Album: Living Eyes Label: Ⓟ+Ⓒ 1981 . R. GibbUniversal Music . Tracklist: - 01. Living Eyes 02. He's A Liar 03. Paradise 04.
Modern Living by The Living Eyes, released 17 November 2017 1. Better Think Again 2. Spring 3. Party Theme 4. Square One 5. I Don't Think For Myself 6. International Fashion 7. Horseplay 8. Spotlight 9. Household Day 10. Stuck In A Hole 11. The Bank 12. Fear Of Heights Modern Living is the third record from Geelong rock quartet, The Living Eyes. Released in Australia through Anti Fade. Released in USA through Neck Chop. Released in EU through Gone With The Weed. Out November 17 worldwide.
For those who don't have Radio Birdman's classic second album from 1981, this pairing of it with the More Fun EP - issued in 1988 as part of a boxed set - is a great purchase. Living Eyes contained more great Deniz Tek songs, including his homage to home, ". 4," and one of the greatest car songs ever written, "455 S. But it doesn't stop there. The band's sound may not have been quite as raw on this offering - a bigger budget saw to this - but Tek's songs reached an entirely different level of rock & roll poetry
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- Recorded At – High Command
- Bass, Vocals – Teresa Sullivan
- Drums – Scott Shark
- Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – George Katz
NotesRecorded at High Command; Olympia, WA July '11
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