Hugely successful songwriter Barry Gibb, who sold more than 200 million records with the Bee Gees, provides compelling insight into his songwriting process while also performing two classic tracks and two new songs with his sons. Part of the Coda A Family Affair Theme.
For decades now, whenever the Bee Gees or a solo Gibb brother announces a new release, the music media finds itself engaged in odd ritual acts of contrition. This curious journalistic exercise involves snarky descriptions of previous works, alongside dutiful accounting of sales figures and statistics (seven chart-topping hits in 1978 alone!) intended to show just how inescapable the Bee Gees were in the 1970s.