Barry Gibb at Glastonbury 2017

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  1. Blazer

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    The good man's voice isn't what it used to be but by golly does he ever put down a SHOW. Look at the security people getting their groove on.

     
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    Enjoyed it a lot ! the security guard part was so great :)
     
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    Looks like a whole lotta fun!
     
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    That was fun to watch.
     
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    I loved the chaps with gold jackets. They were in a stag do apparently......was cool of Barry to wear one on stage!
     
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    Nice! I used to have one of those Guild Songbird guitars too.
     
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    I have a sneaky felling he always sounded that bad..enjoyed the dancing though cos thats what we did to that song back in the day..
     
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    How can you not smile watching that! Simply fantastic! And I thought he did a very nice job vocally on that.
     
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    Say again
     
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    I have a sneaky feeling he always sounded that bad..
     
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    Thanks, Blazer - that really put a smile on my dial.
     
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    That guy has been entertaining since he was a kid. It's like breathing to him. It's what he was born to do. It's hard to imagine a group as successful as The Bee Gees being underrated, but a lot of people don't realize what great singers they were. Many pop/rock singers have no clue how to sing and don't care to know, even among the great ones. Or they can sing in the studio but go to pieces on the stage. Brad Delp was awful live. Groups like The Bee Gees who had real vocal chops are rare. You may or may not have liked their music, but you don't find singing like that very often.

    His voice may not be like in his prime but he's still got it. Try singing along at 3:21. Actually don't.
     
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