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VariousSaturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track)

Label:Capitol Records – 0602557837773, UMe – 0602557837773
Format:
2 x CD, Album, Compilation, Deluxe Edition
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Funk / Soul
Style:Soundtrack, Disco

Tracklist

1-1Bee GeesStayin' Alive
Bass GuitarMaurice Gibb
DrumsDennis Bryon
KeyboardsBlue Weaver
PercussionJoe Lala
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
4:44
1-2Bee GeesHow Deep Is Your Love
Bass GuitarMaurice Gibb
DrumsDennis Bryon
KeyboardsBlue Weaver
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
4:04
1-3Bee GeesNight Fever
Bass GuitarMaurice Gibb
DrumsDennis Bryon
KeyboardsBlue Weaver
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
3:32
1-4Bee GeesMore Than A Woman
Bass GuitarMaurice Gibb
DrumsDennis Bryon
KeyboardsBlue Weaver
PercussionJoe Lala
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
3:16
1-5Yvonne EllimanIf I Can't Have You
Arranged By [Horn & String]Wade Marcus
Arranged By [Rhythm]Freddie Perren
Bass GuitarScott Edwards (2)
DrumsJames Gadson
GuitarBob Bowles*
PianoSonny Burke (2)
ProducerFreddie Perren
SynthesizerFreddie Perren
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
2:58
1-6Walter MurphyA Fifth Of Beethoven
Arranged By, ConductorWalter Murphy
ProducerThomas J. Valentino
Written-ByWalter Murphy
3:03
1-7TavaresMore Than A Woman
Arranged By [Horn & String]Wade Marcus
Arranged By [Rhythm]Freddie Perren
Bass GuitarScott Edwards (2)
DrumsJames Gadson
GuitarBob Bowles*
PianoSonny Burke (2)
ProducerFreddie Perren
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
3:16
1-8David ShireManhattan Skyline
Arranged ByDavid Shire
ConcertmasterJimmy Getzoff*
Contractor [Orchestra]Nathan Kaproff
DrumsJames Gadson
KeyboardsSonny Burke (2)
PercussionSteve Forman
ProducerBill Oakes, David Shire
SynthesizerMichael Boddicker
Written-ByDavid Shire
4:43
1-9Ralph MacDonaldCalypso Breakdown
ProducerRalph MacDonald, W. Salter*
Written-ByWilliam Eaton
7:50
1-10David ShireNight On Disco Mountain
Adapted ByDavid Shire
Arranged ByDavid Shire
ConcertmasterJimmy Getzoff*
Contractor [Orchestra]Nathan Kaproff
DrumsMike Baird
KeyboardsRalph Grierson
PercussionEmil Richards, Steve Forman
ProducerBill Oakes, David Shire
SynthesizerMichael Boddicker
Written-ByModest Mussorgsky
5:12
1-11Kool & The GangOpen Sesame4:00
1-12Bee GeesJive Talkin'
Bass GuitarMaurice Gibb
DrumsDennis Bryon
Guitar [Lead & Steel]Alan Kendall
KeyboardsBlue Weaver, Geoff Westley
PercussionJoe Lala
Saxophone [Alto; Boneroo Horns]Whit Sidener
Saxophone [Baritone; Boneroo Horns]Stan Webb
Saxophone [Tenor; Boneroo Horns]Peter Ballin
Trombone [Boneroo Horns]Pete Graves*
Trumpet [Boneroo Horns]Jeff Kievit, Kenny Faulk*
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
3:43
1-13Bee GeesYou Should Be Dancing
Bass GuitarMaurice Gibb
DrumsDennis Bryon
KeyboardsBlue Weaver
PercussionGeorge Perry*, Joe Lala
Percussion [Additional]Stephen Stills
Written-ByB., R. & M. Gibb*
4:14
1-14KC & The Sunshine BandBoogie Shoes2:16
1-15David ShireSalsation
Arranged ByDavid Shire
CongasChino Valdez*
Contractor [Orchestra]Nathan Kaproff
GuitarLee Ritenour
Keyboards [Electric]Sonny Burke (2)
Percussion [Latin]Emil Richards, Steve Forman
Piano [Acoustic]Eddie Cano
ProducerBill Oakes, David Shire
Soloist [Flute]Jerome Richardson
Soloist [Trumpet]Tony Terran
TimbalesBob Zimmitti
Written-ByDavid Shire
3:51
1-16M.F.S.B.*K-Jee
Arranged ByBobby Martin
Written-ByCharles Hearndon
4:13
1-17The TrammpsDisco Inferno
Arranged ByRon Kersey
ProducerRon Kersey
10:51
The Serban Ghenea Mixes
2-1Bee GeesStayin’ Alive
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
4:58
2-2Bee GeesNight Fever
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
3:34
2-3Bee GeesHow Deep Is Your Love
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
4:06
2-4Bee GeesYou Should Be Dancing
Mixed BySerban Ghenea
4:15
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40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 02557 83777 3
  • Label Code: LC00148
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CD 1: 6702865 25
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CD 2: 6702867 11 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CD 1: Sony DADC [Universal logo] 6702865 55
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): CD 1: IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): CD 1: IFPI 94K2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CD 2: Sony DADC [Universal logo] 6702867 11 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): CD 2: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): CD 2: IFPI 94K6

Other Versions (5 of 332)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) (2×LP, Album, Compilation, Gatefold )RSO2658 123Germany1977
Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) (2×LP, Album, Compilation, Repress)RSORS-2-4001US1977
Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) (2×LP, Album, Compilation, Gatefold)RSO2658 123France1977
Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) (Cassette, Album, Compilation)RSO3517 014UK1977
Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) (2×LP, Album, Compilation, Gatefold)RSO2658 123South Africa1977

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AMO-RECORDS's profile picture
AMO-RECORDS
Edited 2 years ago
A little disappointed with this one. I use to have the original vinyl version when released in 77 which I adored. Then I bought the Remastered CD 1995 which I really liked as it sounded great. I gave that copy away to have this version.

The presentation on this edition is lovely and similar to the original vinyl version. I can't say I am all that impressed with the sound quality though. The sound quality on the first disk is a grade less than on the 1995 Remastered CD version. The second disk, which is really why I bought this edition, is The Serban Ghenea Mixes, which aren't as impressive as I would have expected from this so call 'impresario producer' of music.

There is some subtle vocal variations on each mix, most notably on "You Should Be Dancing", which is nice enough in itself. What has me really disappointed and surprised is that the recordings levels on these mixes are wrong and there is a small amount of distortion in sound. I guess I shouldn't be so surprised, after listening to these mixes it seems obvious to me now that this was just another marketing ploy for music companies to cash in on, and that Serban Ghenea didn't have to do much here to make a fast buck on the back of some of the greatest music ever made. There's no improving on perfection, no matter how people may claim otherwise.