Bee Gees: `Still' taking chances

White, Timothy
February 1997
Billboard;02/15/97, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p3
Trade Publication
Profiles the musical group the Bee Gees and the 1997 release of the album `Still Waters.' The impact of the `Saturday Night Fever' album; Comment from band member Barry Gibb; The philosophy behind recording the music; The first single `Alone'; The danceability of their music.


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