Bee Gees - Spicks & Specks [Colored Vinyl] [180 Gram] (Wht) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Monday's Rain
2. How Many Birds
3. Play Down
4. Second Hand People
5. I Don't Know Why I Bother with Myself
6. Big Chance
7. Spicks and Specks
8. Jingle Jangle
9. Tint of Blue
10. Where Are You
11. Born a Man
12. Glass House

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Spicks and Specks is the second album from The Bee Gees, released under the tutelage of Australia's Festival Records in 1966. Written mostly by the then-teenager Barry Gibb, the 12 sides are packed full of rich vocal harmonies and simple soft-rock acoustic arrangements - the definitive sixties pop sound. Originally issued under the title 'Monday's Rain', the album was re-released after the success of the single 'Spicks and Specks', which features an instantly recognisable riff on the piano. Re-issued here on heavyweight white coloured virgin vinyl.