Gibb co-wrote "Only One Woman", The Marbles' debut single, which was a hit in several countries, especially in Europe and New Zealand. The Marbles were a British rock duo consisting of Graham Bonnet and Trevor Gordon. However, Robin's first solo album, Robin's Reign (1970) was less successful and he soon found that being a solo artist was unsatisfying. Maurice played bass on the song "Mother and Jack", but was subsequently removed from the project by producer Robert Stigwood. On 27 October 2011, Gibb cancelled an appearance only minutes before he was due to perform at the Poppy Appeal Concert in London. In November 2011, he was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, which had metastasised to his liver several months earlier. In March 2012, Gibb was hospitalised for intestinal surgery and cancelled scheduled appearances while recovering.
Only One Woman" is a song and the first single by English duo The Marbles, written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. It later also appeared on their self-titled album The Marbles. It was recorded around July 1968 in IBC Studios, London. The backing track was created by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Colin Petersen, with an orchestral arrangement by Bill Shepherd. Colin plays the same percussion effect as on "I've Gotta Get a Message to You". The song exists only in a mono mix.
Only One Woman" is a song and the first single by the English rock duo The Marbles, written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. This album included a cover of "Only One Woman", which was also released as a single. The heavy metal band Alcatrazz with the singer Graham Bonnet, original lead singer of The Marbles and original performer of the song, re-recorded the song on their third album, Dangerous Games, released in 1986. In 1988, the Swedish rock band Alien with Jim Jidhed as lead vocalist reached in Sweden with their cover version.
Album: The Marbles (1968). Charted: 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. This was the song that launched the career of Graham Bonnet as half of the duo The Marbles with his cousin Trevor Gordon; it also secured him the position of Rainbow lead vocalist. Only One Woman" was written by the Bee Gees, brothers Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb, around July 1968. Barry played guitar, Maurice player piano and bass on the single which was released on the Polydor label in August 1968.
This song is by Robin Gibb and appears on the album Robin's Reign (1970). Autumn and Friday the winds blew. July, September I knew yo. ow as I sit on that sand - hillI sing our song to the sea. August, October the grass grewThe sky was blue and I want yo. ow as I look out my windowI see the world carry on. August October. Mid April, November, Ma. eckoning hands made you flyI cry it's curtains to day. Written by: Robin Gibb. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind. Nominate as Song of the Day.
UK TV premiere of Robin Gibb's The Titanic Requiem tonight. Filmed at the Westminster Hall last April, the concert will be broadcast on BBC 4 at . 0 pm this evening Friday 4th January 2013. The concert is enhanced by hologram images and a new and unique hologram representation of Robin Gibb singing Don’t Cry Alone. Dwina and RJ Gibb are being interviewed live on ITV’s This Morning at approx. 1. 5am on the Friday morning. recording and reception. svenska: Only One Woman.
HEARTBREAKER Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb A side by Dionne Warwick, September 1982; album cut by Dionne Warwick, 1982. YOU ARE MY LOVE Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb album cut by Dionne Warwick, 1982. YOURS Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb album cut by Dionne Warwick, 1982. IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten album cut by Dionne Warwick, 1982. Staying Alive soundtrack, 1983. ANOTHER LONELY NIGHT IN NEW YORK Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb album cut by Robin Gibb, 1983; A side by Robin Gibb, January 1984. IN AND OUT OF LOVE Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb album cut by Robin Gibb, 1983. DON’T STOP THE NIGHT Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb album cut by Robin Gibb, 1983.
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Written-By – B., R. & M. Gibb*
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Written-By – Robin Gibb