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Stayin' Alive
From: Saturday Night Fever (1977)
The song marks the legend of the Bee Gees as the theme song
for the soundtrack of “ Saturday Night Fever ” starring John
Travolta, the combination of this song and the choreography
scene gave birth to the Disco culture and placed the Bee Gees
as kings of the genre. With this song, they invented the disco
music of the seventies and sang falsetto. The song reached
number 1 and has remained one of their most famous songs
and which is loved by all generations.
The Bee Gees are said to have had two separate musical
successes; their soft rock period of the late 1960s and early
1970s and the leaders of a rejuvenated disco era in the late
1970s. The Bee Gees made the weekly Billboard top 40 charts
nearly 30 times, peaking at No. 1 nine times, and were
inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.
Brothers Barry and twins Robin and Maurice Gibb formed the
group Bee Gees. They first performed when Barry was eight
and Robin and Maurice six, in 1955. When the family moved to
Australia in 1958, they performed as The Rattlesnakes, Wee
Johnny Hayes and the Bluecats, The Gibbs, The BG's, and
finally the Bee Gees.
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