The Majic Ship - To Love Somebody FLAC album
Bee Gees originally released To Love Somebody written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb and Bee Gees released it on the single To Love Somebody in 1967. It was also covered by Dara Puspita, The Majic Ship, Michael Ball, The Tams and other artists.
To Love Somebody chords The Bee Gees A G D A A A Bm There's a light D A certain kind of light A G That never shone on me A E I want my life to be lived with you D Lived . To Love Somebody chords The Bee Gees .
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Majic Ship melded hard rock, pop, and psychedelia in a way similar to fellow New Yorkers Vanilla Fudge. Without any insurance, the band members called it quits.
To Love Somebody is an album by jazz anist Nina Simone. It was released as quickly as possible to prolong the unexpected success of 'Nuff Said! The title is taken from the Bee Gees song "To Love Somebody", her cover of the song became her second British hit single after "Ain't Got No-I Got Life". The title track, "To Love Somebody", as well as "I Can't See Nobody" are songs by the Bee Gees. Suzanne", originally by Leonard Cohen.
The Bee Gees recorded "To Love Somebody" at IBC Studios, London in March 1967 and released it as a single in mid-July 1967 in the US. Redding died in an aeroplane crash later that year, before having a chance to record the song . 1969: Nina Simone covered "To Love Somebody" released on the album of the same name, and reached in UK, became her second British hit single after "Ain't Got No-I Got Life". 1974: The Flying Burrito Brothers covered "To Love Somebody" during 1969-1972 with Gram Parsons, but it wasn't released until the 1974 compilation album Close Up The Honky Tonks. 1977: Narvel Felts released the song, reaching on the Hot Country Singles chart.
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To Love Somebody" is a song written by Barry and Robin Gibb. Produced by Robert Stigwood, it was the second single released by the Bee Gees from their international debut album, Bee Gees 1st, in 1967. The single reached No. 17 in the United States and No. 41 in the United Kingdom. The song's B-side was "Close Another Door". The single was reissued in 1980 on RSO Records with "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" as its flipside
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