words@brothersgibb.com message digest 12/16/2020 03:01 (#2020-1488)

8 messages included in this issue

1Blue Weaver very emotionalmarjlarue@gmail.com
2Blue Weaver very emotionalcompoccia@aol.com
3Blue Weaver very emotionalprosier1966@gmail.com
4Blue Weaver Emotionalntsonbdwy@aol.com
5New Documentary So Greatntsonbdwy@aol.com
6Sir Barry Gibb: 'Christmas songs haven't been appropriatefor 50 years'middleear@gmail.com
7Blue Weaver very emotionalmiddleear@gmail.com
8Blue Weaverjulian@theglassfamily.co.uk

Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2020 20:11:00 -0600 From: KittLarue <marjlarue@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Blue Weaver very emotional Maybe because he never received any credit. Kitt- Sent from Odessa > On Dec 15, 2020, at 7:53 PM, wrote: > > Does anyone know why he was so emotional over this? > Back to top
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 02:25:49 +0000 (UTC) From: compoccia@aol.com Subject: Re: Blue Weaver very emotional He probably became nostalgic. Which happens as you get older. Blue's emotional response could also have been a not so subtle way of letting the audience know he had a hand in writing the song. Which he apparently did. Sal Back to top
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2020 21:35:00 -0500 From: Patty Rosier <prosier1966@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Blue Weaver very emotional FYI IF YOY HAVE HULU JUST ADD HBO MAX. THE MOVIES ON THERE. HAVEN'T FINISHED WATCHING YET. BUT WILL LATER. THANX PATTY On Tue, Dec 15, 2020, 9:27 PM compoccia via Words wrote: > He probably became nostalgic. Which happens as you get older. > > Blue's emotional response could also have been a not so subtle way of > letting the audience know he had a hand in writing the song. Which he > apparently did. > > Sal > > > -----Original Message----- > From: cmathis@brothersgibb.com > To: Words List Member > Sent: Tue, Dec 15, 2020 8:53 pm > Subject: [Words] Blue Weaver very emotional > > I signed up to HBM Max tonight so I could watch the Bee Gees special. I > liked it, as others have said, I have already seen a lot of what was shown. > > One of the things that surprised me was how emotional Blue Weaver got with > How Deep Is Your Love. At the end of his interview, he was almost in tears. > > Does anyone know why he was so emotional over this? > > > > "Words & Music", Fans Of The Brothers Gibb ( Bee Gees )http://www.brothersgibb.com > > To unsubscribe, send a message to Words-unsubscribe@brothersgibb.com > > Back to top
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 05:10:54 +0000 (UTC) From: ntsonbdwy@aol.com Subject: Blue Weaver Emotional Dear Chris Mathis: Like you, I was extremely moved by Blue Weaver being so moved by How Deep is Your Love.  I truly believe that the reason for this is that Blue Weaver helped create the melody on the piano.  The melody is on the level of Beethoven, and so, as Blue looks Back to top
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 05:15:30 +0000 (UTC) From: ntsonbdwy@aol.com Subject: New Documentary So Great The new documentary is so great.  I have watched it three times now. =C2It's hard to explain it.  The creator is Beethoven. Back to top
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 00:37:49 -0500 From: Edward Vlasov <middleear@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Sir Barry Gibb: 'Christmas songs haven't been appropriatefor 50 years' Re: [Words] Sir Barry Gibb: 'Christmas songs haven't been appropriatefor 50 years' I've read somewhere that at first Barry was trying to sing "Love Me", but it wasn't working for him,
and he wanted Robin to sing it instead, and Robin did it just right, and it seemed to me Barry was
proud of that moment.

On another note, Robin did release a Christmas album, but I don't think it was out of love for songs
with the word "Christmas" in them.

Eddy
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Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 01:15:48 -0500 From: Edward Vlasov <middleear@gmail.com> Subject: Re: Blue Weaver very emotional Re: [Words] Blue Weaver very emotional While listening to the guys working on "How Deep Is Your Love", I kept thinking Barry had it all
in his head, all figured out, but he didn't know which chords he had in mind, while Blue got that
part perfectly due to his classical education, so basically he was witnessing the magical moment
and in that moment he was Barry's extra hands. While Barry was lucky to have Blue there. They all
were, Blue is that great.

Eddy



Tuesday, December 15, 2020, 8:53:51 PM, you wrote:


I signed up to HBM Max tonight so I could watch the Bee Gees special. I liked it, as others have said, I have already seen a lot of what was shown.
 
One of the things that surprised me was how emotional Blue Weaver got with How Deep Is Your Love. At the end of his interview, he was almost in tears.
 
Does anyone know why he was so emotional over this?



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Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 07:51:16 +0000 From: "julian@theglassfamily.co.uk" <julian@theglassfamily.co.uk> Subject: Blue Weaver He part wrote one of most respected song ever and can’t be remembered for it because he didn’t get a writing credit. Julian > On 16 Dec 2020, at 02:03, mailbag@brothersgibb.com wrote: > > One of the things that surprised me was how emotional Blue Weaver got with How Deep Is Your Love. At the end of his interview, he was almost in tears. Back to top
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