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Sing Slowly Sisters
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Sing Slowly Sisters was to have been Robin Gibb's second studio album. The album was not released until 2015 due to thousands of Robin's adoring fans. The album was produced by Gibb and his manager Vic Lewis. Sing Slowly Sisters was recorded in January to February 1970 and later in April in London. Sing Slowly Sisters began on January just before his debut solo album Robin's Reign was released.

After his debut solo album, Robin's Reign, was completed, Robin Gibb began working on a second album in 1970 that never came out - and might not have even been completed - as by the end of the summer, the Bee Gees were back together again. It's uncertain whether this 20-song bootleg of (largely) unreleased circa-1970 Gibb solo material would have been (in whole or part) his second album, or if (as is far more likely) it's just a collection of tracks he was working on at the time, before the decision to cancel the LP.

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UNCUT: 9/10 "It's mind-boggling to think an album so strong could stay unreleased for so long". This compilation of Robin’s solo recordings from 1968-1970 is a 3 CD collection and includes the classic album Robins Reign, the legendary unreleased album, Sing Slowly Sisters, plus BBC Sessions and interviews. The 63 track package includes 46 unreleased or rare tracks. Compiled and produced by Andrew Sandoval, it also contains a 24 page booklet, with rare memorabilia and photos, and liner notes by Bob Stanley.

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Recorded: January–April 1970. Not One Label (Robin Gibb) -" denotes a release that did not chart or not released in that region. Robin Gibb Live with the Neue Philharmonie Orchestra. Robin Gibb Live with the Danish National Orchestra.

1969) Robin Gibb - Sing Slowly Sisters - unreleased album - bootleg - 256kbit, 1:13:45 01 - A Very Special Days 02 - Alls Well That End Well 03 - C'est La Vie Au Revoire 04 - Cold Be My Days 05 - Engines And Airplanes 06 - Everything Is How You See Me 07 - Great Caesars Ghost 08 - I've Been Hurt 09 - Irons In The Fire 10 -. Janice 11 - Life 12 - Make Believe 13 - Sing Slowly Sisters 14 - Sky West And Crooked 15 - The Flag That I Flew 16 - You're Going Away 17 - Avalanche 18 - Return To Austria


Sing Slowly Sisters
C'st La Vie, Au Revoir
Everything Is How You See Me
I've Been Hurt
Sky West And Crooked
The Flag I Flew
Return To Austria
Make Believe
Iron In The Fire
All's Well That Ends Well
A Very Special Day
Engines And Aeroplanes


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Robin Gibb Sing Slowly Sisters ‎(CDr, Unofficial) Not On Label (Robin Gibb) none Europe Unknown
7020-1970-2 Robin Gibb The Complete Sing Slowly Sisters ‎(CDr, Mono, Unofficial) Not On Label (Robin Gibb) 7020-1970-2 Hong Kong Unknown
  • Jonariara
Great orchestral album from young Robin Gibb. Masters were lost and only demo LP survived with all sound artfacts. Album exists with the different tracklists. Spirit of early Bee Gees was caught on the record in 1970. Some songs - "Great Ceaser's Ghost" as example - are very impressive. So if you are fan of early Bee Gees with orchestral arrangements and Robin's voice - you should hear this bootleg.
  • Nahelm
Now, this is once again an album which was recorded when The Bee Gees were split up, and I would very much like if I was able to say something good on this album, but I am afraid that there is not very much good on here. However, even if it isn't very much, I will begin to talk about the good: Firstly, there is the opener "Life" (I actually do not own this version but the Ladybird-Version with twenty songs and I will talk about this album in its proposed running order) which has very effective horns and a short, catchy melody. Then, there is "A Very Special Day", along with "Sky West And Crooked" the only song on here with no orchestra which is a fact which helps the song very much; a big orchestral arrangement as the other songs have might have destroyed it, but as it is, it is a very beautiful piano ballad with touching lyrics. Yes, and that's it almost. "Make Believe" is OK, with its very down melody and Robin singing much lower than on the other songs. But for the rest (especially songs such as "I've Been Hurt", "Irons In The Fire" and "Cold Be My Days" which are performed to orchestra only - ouch, my ears!) do really go nowhere and sometimes it is even painful to listen to them. This bootleg does not contain all the songs from that period (even some of the album cuts are left out), and here is the line-up as it might have been proposed (on an LP): A1: Life A2: I've Been Hurt A3: Irons In The Fire A4: Cold Be My Days A5: Avalanche B1: Make Believe B2: All's Well That Ends Well B3: A Very Special Day B4: Sky West And Crooked B5: Sing Slowly Sisters B6: C'est La Vie, Au Revoir