BARRY GIBB - MUSIC FROM THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK 'HAWKS'
Label: Polydor K.K., Japan KA Catalog#: P25P 20260 Format: CD, Album Country: Japan Released: 1988 Genre: Pop Style: Soundtrack, Rhythm & Blues, Pop Rock Quality: Lossless Audio: FLAC (*.flac) image+.cue +covers Source: Internet Size: 588 MB Links: Rapidshare
1 Barry Gibb - System Of Love 3:57 Written-By - Alan Kendall , Barry Gibb 2 Barry Gibb - Childhood Days 3:33 Written-By - Barry Gibb , Maurice Gibb 3 Barry Gibb - My Eternal Love 4:30 Written-By - Barry Gibb , Richard Powers (2) 4 Barry Gibb - Moonlight Madness 5:12 Written-By - Alan Kendall , Barry Gibb , George Bitzer 5 Barry Gibb - Where Tomorrow Is 4:14 Written-By - Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb* 6 Unknown Artist - Celebration De La Vie - Theme From Hawks (Instr.) 4:24 Guitar - Scott Shapiro Written-By - Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb* 7 Diana Ross - Chain Reaction 3:48 Written-By - Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb* 8 Barry Gibb - Cover You 4:46 Written-By - Barry Gibb , Karl Richardson 9 Barry Gibb - Not In Love At All 4:17 Written-By - Barry Gibb , George Bitzer , Maurice Gibb 10 Barry Gibb - Letting Go 3:38 Written-By - Barry Gibb , George Bitzer
Engineer - Brian Tench , Karl Richardson Engineer [Assistant] - John Haig , Scott Glasel Producer - Albhy Galuten (tracks: 7) , Barry Gibb , Brian Tench (tracks: 2, 3) , Karl Richardson (tracks: 1, 3 to 5, 7 to 10) , Maurice Gibb (tracks: 2, 6)
Original Film Score by Barry Gibb & John Cameron Recorded at Middle Ear Studio, Miami Beach, Florida Tracks 5, 9 & 10 - Bonus tracks not featured in the film. Track 6 original recording from which the film version was adapted by John Cameron
This review is from: Hawks Soundtrack Barry Gibb (Audio CD)
Another overlooked Barry Gibb gem that I really love. Some truly wonderful work that deserved a lot of attention but was ignored due to the "anti-Bee Gees" sentiment that had set in post-disco. There is nothing "disco" about this album. If you are a Barry Gibb fan, give these songs a listen --- you will not be disappointed. The man has always been a genius, and I cannot think of a single song here that is not right up there with any of his best work. A great album well worth listening to for any Barry Gibb or Bee Gees fan.