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The Bee Gees - Mr. Natural Album

The Bee Gees - Mr. Natural Album
Performer: The Bee Gees
Title: Mr. Natural
Country: Scandinavia
Genre: Pop
Style:Vocal
Released: 1974
Catalog number: 2090.128
Label: RSO
MP3 album szie: 2000 mb
FLAC album size: 2609 mb

Tracklist

1Mr. Natural
Written By – B. & R. GibbWritten-By – B. Gibb, R. Gibb
2It Doesn't Matter Much To Me
Written-By – B. R. & M. Gibb

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2090 128The Bee Gees Mr. Natural ‎(7", Single)RSO2090 128UK1974
K-5492Bee Gees Mr. Natural ‎(7", Single)SpinK-5492Australia1974
2090 128Bee Gees Mr. Natural ‎(7", Single)RSO2090 128France1974
SO-408Bee Gees Mr. Natural ‎(7", SP)RSOSO-408US1974
2090 128The Bee Gees Mr. Natural ‎(7", Single)Polydor2090 128Ireland1974

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByF
  • ProducerArif Mardin

Notes

Norwegian pressing in company sleeve.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2090 128 A P74 F 710
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 2090 128 B P74 F 710
  • Rights Society: NCB

Companies

  • Marketed By – Polydor
  • Lacquer Cut At – Rosenborg Studio

Short intro

Natural is the Bee Gees' twelfth album tenth worldwide, released in July 1974. It was the first Bee Gees release to be produced by Arif Mardin, who was partially responsible for launching the group's later major success with the follow-up album Main Course. The album's music incorporates more rhythm and blues, soul and funk and hard rock than their previous albums. Natural is a song by the Bee Gees, written by Barry and Robin Gibb. On 29 March 1974, it was released as a single and also released on the album of the same name in 1974. It was backed with a folk rock number It Doesn't Matter Much to Me. The group's first single which was produced by Arif Mardin. The band had recorded It Doesn't Matter Much to Me and Voices on 4 January during sessions at IBC Studios, London. The group continued to record two more songs on 8 January including this track. Natural 1974 brings a new sound for the Bee Gees, and stands as their first collaboration with producer Arif Mardin. Many of the tracks skew towards R&B and rock, and away from the psychedelic tunes the Bee Gees excelled at in the 60s, resulting in an album thats truly an easy-to-listen-to, euphonic pleasure. The album opens with the impossibly smooth single Charade, but kicks up with the third track, a rollicking and brassy rock anthem titled Down the Road. That energy is revisited again on Heavy Breathing, a pounding rock number driven by bass and guitar. Bee Gees - Mr Natural 1974. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. R'n'B Pop Ballad. Bee Gees. Songs in album Bee Gees - Mr Natural 1974. Bee Gees - Charade. Bee Gees - Throw A Penny. Bee Gees - Down The Road. Bee Gees - Voices. Bee Gees - Give A Hand, Take A Hand. Bee Gees - Dogs. Bee Gees - Mr. Bee Gees - Lost In Your Love. Bee Gees - I Can't Let Y. The result was Mr. Natural, the sultriest and most soulful record they had ever delivered up to that time. Shedding their pop sensibilities here and singing in a freer, more soulful idiom with a strong Philadelphia soul influence on songs such as Throw a Penny, and with a funky beat backing them up on a lot of this record, the group is scarcely recognizable in relation to their previous work. Acoustic Lionel Ritchie & The Bee Gees. Bee Gees, Lionel Richie. 1977 Live At The Forum, Los Angeles, 1976. The Bee Gees 1963-1966. Listen free to Bee Gees Mr. Natural Charade, Throw A Penny and more. 11 tracks 46:22. Natural is an encouraging album. It recaptures the potentially widespread appeal of their early efforts, and injects new life into what could easily have become a moribund institution. In This Article: Bee Gees, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our newsletter. The Bee Gees' 1974 release Mr. Natural is simply wonderful. With Mr. Natural, producer Arif Mardin helps the Brothers Gibb achieve a masterful melding of each brother's strengths - a perfect balance of vocal interaction between the brothers, with Barry and Robin entwining their voices or taking turns on lead, and all three brothers infusing a song with astounding, intuitive harmonies. This album is a fine moment in Bee Gees music. As a new convert to Bee Gees fandom, I am still exploring their vast catalog. So I can't write a review of Mr. Natural with any authority - other than