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Friday, January 21, 2011

Andy Gibb Duets

I have my computer back thanks to my wonderful husband.  We actually had to wipe out the hard drive and reinstall all the applications including Windows.  Please forgive me, as I am not able to look at all of the posts from other blogs.

Last week, I posted some of my favorite songs from the Bee Gees.  I am going to do this each Friday for a time of my favorite recordng artists.  I am going to try to find some things that you may not be aware of also.  Andy was a much sought after guest in the time where variety shows where at it's height. He was also the host of Solid Gold. Here is a sampling of Andy Gibb's duets from a variety of sources.


This is from Andy's guest appearance from Nell Carter's television show Gimme a Break.


I believe that this is Crystal Gayle's appearance on Solid Gold. It is a performance of Andy Gibb and Crystal Gayle singing If you Ever Change Your Mind and Brown Eyes Blue.


This is from Andy's guest spot on The Donny and Marie Show.


Both Dionne Warwick and Andy's hosted Solid Gold for awhile, so they often sang the top songs together. This is their duet of Andy's I Want To Be Your Everything.


I call this "love is deaf." At the time this 45 was released, Andy was dating Victoria Principal. To me, Victoria's voice is awful. I really can't listen to this. However, being a true Andy fan I do have the picture sleeved 45 of their version of All I Have To Do Is Dream.


I believe that this is a video of Andy and Neil Sedaka on Dick Clark's American Bandstand or one of Dick's Specials. "Bad Blood" was originally sung and produced with Elton John and became one of only two number ones on the Billboard charts and earned a gold record.




Andy Gibb also showed his singing and acting talents in the Broadway performances of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Broadway and Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance in Los Angeles.


Andy guest starred on Olivia Newton-John's special along with Cliff Richard and Elton John!!! I love this special as I was able to see it performed outdoors at the ABC studio complex!!!! It is a cover song of Buddy Holly's Oh Boy.

2 comments:

Wanda's Wings said...

Some really beautiful songs. What a nice tribute. I'm glad your husband was able to fix your computer.

Clueless said...

I'm glad my husband is a geek and can fix almost anything worth fixing.

The song I found were quite a find.

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