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Song List

The Greatest Hits - Delivered to your Ears

Night Fever

In 1978, Night Fever stayed at #1 on the Billboard Top 100 chart for 5 consecutive weeks. It was also the third of six consecutive US #1s for the band, tying the Beatles for the record for most consecutive #1 singles.

Stayin' Alive

Used in the opening scene of the movie Saturday Night Fever, "Stayin' Alive" is arguably the greatest hit of their career.  On its release, "Stayin' Alive" climbed the charts to hit the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of 4 February 1978, remaining there for four consecutive weeks.

More Than A Woman

A fan favorite with serious staying power, "More Than a Woman" surprisingly only hit #6 in the US Top 100. Fun fact, this song was used not once, but twice in the film Saturday Night Fever.



"Emotion" is a song written by Barry and Robin Gibb. It was first recorded by Australian singer Samantha Sang, whose version reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1978. It has been covered many times since its release, perhaps most notably by Destiny's Child.


Jive Talkin'

This was the lead single from the album Main Course (as well as a song on the 1977 Saturday Night Fever soundtrack) and hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Largely recognized as the group's comeback song, it was their first US top-10 hit since "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" (1971). Barry Gibb re-recorded the song as a duet with country music star Miranda Lambert for his 2021 album Greenfields.


You Should Be Dancing

"You Should Be Dancing" is a song by the Bee Gees, from the album Children of the World, released in 1976. It hit No. 1 for one week on the American Billboard Hot 100, No. 1 for seven weeks on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart, and in September of the same year reached No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart. The song also peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Soul chart. It was this song that first launched the Bee Gees into disco and the only track from the group to top the dance chart.


Written by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb and released in 1967. Robin Gibb sang lead vocals on this song and it would become one of his staple songs to perform during both Bee Gees concerts and his solo appearances. The song became the first of the group's five No. 1 hits on the UK Singles Chart, reached No. 1 in 12 other countries, peaked at No. 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and eventually sold over five million copies worldwide.


How Can You Mend a Broken Heart

"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" is a song released by the Bee Gees in 1971. It was written by Barry and Robin Gibb and was the first single on the group's 1971 album Trafalgar. It was their first US No. 1 single and also reached No. 1 in Cashbox magazine for two weeks. The song was also famously covered by Al Green.

To Love Somebody

"To Love Somebody" was the second single released by the Bee Gees from their international debut album in 1967. The single reached No. 17 in the United States, No. 41 in the UK, and reached the Top 10 in Canada. The song has been recorded by many other artists, including Janis JoplinRoberta FlackLulu, James Carr, the Sweet InspirationsNina Simonethe Flying Burrito BrothersBonnie TylerSlobberbone, and Jimmy Somerville.

How Deep Is Your Love

"How Deep Is Your Love" was a number-three hit in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the United States, it topped the Billboard Hot 100 on December 25, 1977, and stayed in the Top 10 for 17 weeks. It spent six weeks atop the US adult contemporary chart. It is listed at No. 27 on Billboard's All-Time Top 100. It's Barry Gibb's favorite Bee Gees Song.

I Just Want to be Your Everything

"I Just Want to Be Your Everything" was written by Barry Gibb for his brother Andy Gibb. Initially released in April 1977 as the first single from his debut album Flowing Rivers. It reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, starting on the week ending 30 July 1977, and again for the week ending 17 September 1977. It's ranked 26th on Billboard's All-Time Top 100.


Shadow Dancing

This song was released in April 1978 as the lead single from Andy's second studio album of the same name. The song reached number one for seven weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1978.  The song was written by his brother, Barry Gibb.

Love so Right

"Love So Right" hit number three on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as charting on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. In addition, it was a minor hit on the Billboard Black Singles chart, peaking at number 37. It was their 2nd lead single in 1976 after "You Should Be Dancing."



The track was a worldwide hit, peaking at number five in the United Kingdom and number two in New Zealand, where it was the 10th-highest-selling single of 1997. In Canada, it reached number 20 and was the most successful adult contemporary song of 1997 according to RPM magazine. On the US Billboard Hot 100, the single peaked at number 28, making it the Bee Gees' 30th and final top-40 hit in the US, after being a Billboard "Hot Shot" debut at number 34.

You Win Again

The song marked the start of the group's comeback, becoming a No. 1 hit in many European countries, including topping the UK Singles Chart—their first to do so in over eight years—and making them the first group to score a UK No. 1 hit in each of three decades

Nights on Broadway

"Nights on Broadway" reached number seven on the American Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. In 1977, Candi Staton released a version of this song that peaked at no. 6 on the United Kingdom Singles Chart in late Summer of that year and at no. 4 in Ireland. The song was also sung by Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake on Saturday Night Live. 

Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)

"Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)" is a song written and performed by the Bee Gees for their Main Course album in 1975. It was the third single released from the album, peaking at number 12 on the United States Billboard Hot 100 chart and number two in Canada. According to Maurice Gibb, producer Quincy Jones called "Fanny" one of his favorite R&B songs of all time.



 The single reached number one in the UK in February 1979 and repeated the feat the following month on the US Billboard Hot 100. In 1998, it was successfully covered by the British pop group Steps, whose version also reached number one in the UK. The Bee Gees wrote this song and "Too Much Heaven" in an afternoon off from making the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band movie, in which they were starring. On the same evening, they wrote "Shadow Dancing," which also reached number one in the US.


"Grease" is a song written by Barry Gibb and recorded by Frankie Valli. it was released as a single in May 1978. The song celebrates the greaser lifestyle, and it sold over seven million copies worldwide and appeared twice on the film's soundtrack. It became a number-one single in the United States in 1978 and also reached number forty on the R&B charts in the same year.


Love You Inside Out

"Love You Inside Out" is a 1979 hit single by the Bee Gees from their album, Spirits Having Flown. It was their last chart-topping on the Billboard Hot 100 (for one week in June 1979), interrupting Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff", becoming the third single from the album to do so. In the UK, the single peaked at No. 13 for two weeks. It was the ninth and final number-one hit for the Bee Gees in the US, and the twelfth and final number-one hit in Canada as well. The group would go on to ghost write several number-one hits for other artists in the 80s.

(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away

"(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away" is a song penned by Barry Gibb and recorded by the Bee Gees in 1977 for the Saturday Night Fever sessions. It was not released until Bee Gees Greatest (1979). A different version was released in September 1978 as the third single by Andy Gibb from his second studio album Shadow Dancing. The song would peak at #2 on the charts.


Islands in the Stream

"Islands in the Stream" is a song written by the Bee Gees and recorded by American country music artists Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Named after an Ernest Hemingway novel, it was released in August 1983 as the first single from Rogers's album Eyes That See in the Dark. The song was originally written for Diana Ross in an R&B style. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States.

If I Can't Have You

"If I Can't Have You" would become the fourth number 1 hit from the album "Saturday Night Fever." It was famously sung by Yvonne Elliman, but was written by and later re-recorded by the Bee Gees.


Too Much Heaven

"Too Much Heaven" is a song by the Bee Gees, which was the band's contribution to the "Music for UNICEF" fund.  It hit No. 1 in both the US and Canada. In the United States, the song was the first single out of three from the album to interrupt a song's stay at #1. "Too Much Heaven" knocked "Le Freak" off the top spot for two weeks before "Le Freak" returned to #1 again. "Too Much Heaven" also rose to the top three in the UK. In the US, it would become the fourth of six consecutive No. 1s, equalling the record set by Bing CrosbyElvis Presley, and the Beatles for the most consecutive No. 1 songs. It was Robin Gibb's favorite song.


Time Is Time

Written by Andy and Barry Gibb in 1980, "Time is Time" reached No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 29 on the US Adult Contemporary chart.


I Started a Joke

The song reached #1 in Canada, New Zealand and Australia. In the US, it reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.


For Whom the Bell Tolls

"For Whom the Bell Tolls" is a song by the Bee Gees, released on 15 November 1993 as the second single from their 20th studio album, Size Isn't Everything.

It peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart and number six in Ireland. This song would be the band's highest-charting single in the UK during the 1990s, giving them a UK top-five single in four consecutive decades.



The song returned the Bee Gees to American radio and would turn out to be their biggest US hit in the 1980s and their last hit single to reach the US top ten. It was their first Top 10 hit since "Love You Inside Out" was #1 in June 1979. It peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in September 1989 and stayed in the Top 40 for ten weeks.


Rest Your Love On Me

"Rest Your Love on Me" is a country ballad performed by the Bee Gees and written and sung by Barry Gibb. It was the B-side of the US No. 1 hit "Too Much Heaven". Andy Gibb recorded the song as a duet with Olivia Newton-John for his 1980 album After Dark. It would later be covered by Conway Twitty and would become #1 on US Billboard's Hot Country Singles.


Run to Me

Released on July 7th, 1972 as the lead single off of the album To Whom It May Concern, "Run to Me" climbed to number nine in the UK; in the US, it reached number 16, while reaching number 3 in Australia, andnumber 1 in Asia.


Edge of the Universe

 "Edge of the Universe", was released as a single in the summer of 1977 and became a Top 40 hit in the U.S. and a Top 20 hit in Canada. The critics described the song as,"...a tune that combines the sounds that made the Bee Gees popular in the '60s as well as the '70s, featuring an impeccably harmonized chorus and a tricky rock and roll bridge that keeps listeners begging for more."


Ladies Night

 "Ladies Night" was the first single off of Kool and the Gang's eleventh album of the same name. The song quickly became a radio staple, peaking at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1980.

It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over

"It Ain't Over 'til It's Over" was Lenny Kravitz's first top-10 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 2 to become his highest-peaking song on the chart. Worldwide, the single reached No. 2 in Canada and peaked within the top 10 in Australia, the Netherlands, and New Zealand. In the United Kingdom, it reached No. 11 on the UK Singles Chart.



"Guilty," a duet between Barbara Streisand and Barry Gibb, won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 1981, and became an instant hit, peaking at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100.  The album of the same name peaked at #1.


Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough

"Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" is a single written and recorded by American singer Michael Jackson. Released under Epic Records on July 10, 1979, the song is the first track on Jackson's fifth studio album Off the Wall (1979). It was the first solo recording over which Jackson had creative control, and it was Jackson's second single to hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100.


Released as a single in 1978, "September" was very successful commercially and reached No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart, No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and No. 3 on the UK Singles chart. Chart.

Good Times

All of our shows are good times. For this reason, we play this song by Chic.  The song hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on August 18, 1979, before being ousted by The Knack's smash hit "My Sharona" the following week.


I Want to be Your Lover

Prince and the Bee Gees go together like fine wine and artisan cheese. The song was Prince's first major hit single in the United States, reaching number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 on January 26, 1980, holding the number 11 position for two weeks, and peaking at number one on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart for two weeks.


Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?

"Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?", is a song by British singer Rod Stewart from his ninth studio album, Blondes Have More Fun in November 1978. It spent one week atop the UK Singles Chart in December 1978 and four weeks atop the US Billboard Hot 100 in February 1979. Billboard ranked it number four on its Top Singles of 1979 year-end chart. It also topped the charts in Canada for four weeks and in Australia for two weeks.


I Was Made For Lovin' You

The single reached No. 11 on the U.S. Billboard Singles chart and No. 1 on the Canadian RPM National Singles chart. It further became a hit in Australia, reaching No. 2.
It was also a number-two hit in Switzerland and West Germany. In France and the Netherlands, it reached No. 1. 


Theme from Shaft

"Theme from Shaft" went to number two on the Billboard Soul Singles chart, went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States in November 1971, and to number one in Canada in December. A year later it won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, followed by 2 Grammy Awards. One for Best Instrumental Arrangement for "Theme from Shaft" and another for Best Original Score Written For A Motion Picture.


A Fifth of Beethoven

Released as a single by Private Stock Records in 1976, the song debuted at number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and climbed to number 1 within 19 weeks, remaining there for one week. In 1977, it was licensed to RSO Records for inclusion on the best-selling Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.


Forget Me Nots

As soon as you hear the bassline you'll be on the dance floor. This song peaked at #2 on US Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play and #4 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs.

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