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The Bee Gees, brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, are among the best-selling music artists of all time, selling more than 220 million records worldwide. No pop act from the 1960s through 1990s attracted a more varied audience this trio.
After their initial fame faded, the Bee Gees reinvented themselves in the mid-1970s with tremendous results. The trio turned out more dance-oriented music, often featuring Barry singing in a falsetto voice. "Jive Talkin” became a number-one hit in 1975. The following year, the group topped the charts again with "You Should Be Dancing."
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