Bee Gees Songs Ranked

The Bee Gees were a music group formed in 1958. Their lineup consisted of brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. The trio was especially successful as a popular music act in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and later as prominent performers of the disco music era in the mid-to-late 1970s. The group sang recognizable three-part tight harmonies; Robin’s clear vibrato lead vocals were a hallmark of their earlier hits, while Barry’s R&B falsetto became their signature sound during the mid-to-late 1970s and 1980s. The Bee Gees wrote all of their own hits, as well as writing and producing several major hits for other artists. The Bee Gees are widely referred to by many critics, media outlets, and fellow artists as the “Kings of Disco”. Following Maurice’s death in January 2003 at the age of 53, Barry and Robin retired the group’s name after 45 years of activity. In 2009, Robin announced that he and Barry had agreed the Bee Gees would re-form and perform again. Robin died in May 2012, aged 62, after a prolonged struggle with cancer and other health problems, leaving Barry as the only surviving member of the group. Here are all of the Bee Gees songs ranked.

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20. Nights on Broadway (Main Course, 1975)

“Nights on Broadway is the best song ever! It has all the elements of a good sons.. It’s different, it’s sweet and sad.. It hits you right in the middle of the heart. I love how the younger brother sings it.. His voice makes it unique. This is a song that should be rated higher in my opinion.”

19. Run to Me (To Whom It May Concern, 1972)

“This song is just more than enough to sing and hear… Love it so much! What a wonderful song! I think this is their best song. Granted it was a hard choice.”

18. Spicks and Specks (Spicks and Specks, 1966)

“There are a lot of great Bee Gees songs, but this should be in the top 10, maybe even top 5. Just an awesome love ballad, with great harmonies. Always loved this one”

17. Lonely Days (2 Years On, 1970

“Is it just me, or does this song sound almost as if the Beatles could have sang it? Such feels…nostalgia but happiness both at the same time.”

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16. I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You (I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You, 1968)

“THIS truly should be the number one here! It gives someone so many clues to think about, what would I do if I had one hour left?! And that ghostly organ really makes it so unique awesome, simply their best song!”

15. Too Much Heaven (Bee Gees’ 1st, 1967)

“One of their greatest ballads, great depth of feeling and emotion spinetingling vocals.Ultra Soulful lead vocals from Barry. Awesome tune, awesome words, awesome everything!”

14. Words (Here at Last… Bee Gees… Live, 1977)

“With just no musical arrangements, they did magic. A masterpiece of pop music full of echoes of the 60’s. Lyrics so simple yet so deep and magical.”

13. You Win Again (E.S.P., 1987)

“Such a good song, One of their best, can’t believe it is so low, Looks like I like more of their not so overplayed famous songs. A major hit everywhere in the world.”

12. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (A Arte de, 1988)

“One of the hauntingly beautiful arrangements to be recorded. Robin’s voice is like no other. Sang by the best male vocalist ever, this song is hauntingly beautiful!”

11. I Started a Joke (Idea, 1968)

“I love this haunting song it probably was composed after they read or watched a science fiction novel by H G Wells. I remember reading an interview with the Bee Gees that one of them read H G Wells back then and could have been inspired to write this song. We will never know what these young men were actually pondering about in the turbulent 1960s but I am glad this song was composed by the brothers and sung by Robin.”

10. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (Trafalgar, 1971)

“This song make me chill out when I was first hearing this song but know I thing this is one of the greatest of Bee Gees song”

9. Jive Talkin’ (Main Course, 1975)

“You can listen to this song all day long. One of the hauntingly beautiful arrangements to be recorded. Robin’s voice is like no other.”

8. To Love Somebody (Bee Gees’ 1st, 1967)

“There is such a stark contrast between 60s Bee Gees and the 70s Bee Gees that it really is like listening to two different bands. This is my favorite 60s BG’s song. For the 70s, it would be Jive Talking'”

7. You Should Be Dancing (Children of the World, 1998)

“This is the most catchiest Dance tune ever created. HOW… This really makes you DANCE. Around 1:33 into the music is JUST GOLD! if that part doesn’t make one want to move to the beat, they have no rhythm or soul!”

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6. Massachusetts (Horizontal, 1968)

“This is the first song I heard from the Bee Gees (that I knew came from them) and got me hooked on them. It is the best song from the Bee Gees ever. (Maybe I Started a Joke) I like anything from Robin, too.”

5. More Than a Woman (Saturday Night Fever, 1977)

“Great tune and great singing bass guitar and drumming amazing love it. Just listen to this song. Listen to that keyboard! It’s magic! This song gives me nostalgic smiles…and I was born in the 90s.”

4. Tragedy (Staying Alive, 1979)

“This song has great tempo, melody, and lyrics. The brothers are pure geniuses. Absolutely the best hook I’ve ever heard in a song. I like the rhythm and the intro.”

3. Night Fever (Saturday Night Fever, 1977)

“You can sing along to this song, dance to this song, and even have sex to this song. Its really awesome and melodious. If u discoed you’d know this song in an instant. It’s as always played and whoever it was you’d all hop up and dance”

2. How Deep Is Your Love (Saturday Night Fever, 1977)

“The intro of this song it’s pure magic, just the voices the power of the lyrics and feelings that the song have are just the best, it’s a romantic ballad disco pop song no matter what kind of music you like this song is one of those that you simple love it.”

1. Stayin’ Alive (Saturday Night Fever, 1977)

“One of most favorite songs ever. great music accompanied by pop-music inspired background. Can listen to this again and again and it never gets old. I’ll keep listening it as long as I Stay Alive. The intro moves you and feels alive again and again.”