Bee Gees ‎– Bee Gees' 1st

Polydor ‎– 582012
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono


A1 Turn Of The Century
A2 Holiday
A3 Red Chair Fade Away
A4 One Minute Women
A5 In My Own Time
A6 Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You
A7 Craise Finton Kirk Royal Academy Of Arts
B1 New York Mining Disaster 1941
B2 Cucumber Castle
B3 To Love Somebody
B4 I Close My Eyes
B5 I Can't See Nobody
B6 Please Read Me
B7 Close Another Door

Companies, etc.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-side, stamped): 582012 A // 2 ∇ 420 1 2 1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side, stamped): 582012 B // 4 ∇ 420 1 1 2 6

Other Versions (5 of 78) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
583012 Bee Gees The Bee Gees 1st(LP, Album) Polydor 583012 UK 1967 Sell This Version
2479 133 Bee Gees Bee Gees' 1st(LP, Album, RE) RSO 2479 133 Germany 1979 Sell This Version
2479 133 Bee Gees Bee Gees' 1st(LP, Album, RE) RSO 2479 133 UK 1978 Sell This Version
SD 33-223 Bee Gees Bee Gees' 1st(LP, Album, RE) Atco Records SD 33-223 Canada 1969 Sell This Version
825 220-4 Bee Gees Bee Gees' 1st(Cass, Album, RE) Polydor 825 220-4 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version


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November 16, 2014
1967 was a monumentus year for rock music. We hear a lot about Sgt Pepper, Piper at the Gates of Dawn, The Doors, etc (all amazing albums!) but it seems that the Bee Gees 1st has slipped through the cracks. It is an album of stone-cold classics like New York Mining Disaster, Holiday and To Love Somebody as well as several lesser known gems. The Bee Gees 1st has hints of the psychedelic sound but keeps it on the restrained and orchestral side of things which brings more attention to the more traditional song craft which the band has become famous for. The songs are all very catchy and short without any of the extraneous long instrumental freak out passages which were common for the time. This gives 1st a near instant familiarity which is both refreshing and unique. A highly recommended album.


July 23, 2011

I have this great record. Only thing is that its in Stereo and not mono. On the sleeve it says mono though.