Great Hits
Compilation album by Bee Gees
Released 1969
Recorded 1963-1966
Festival Studios and St. Clair Studios
Genre Beat, folk, doo-wop
Label Horizon (1969 release)
Polydor (1970 release)
Producer Bill Shepherd, Robert Iredale
Bee Gees chronology
Golden Album
Great Hits
The Best of Odessa

Great Hits is a compilation album by the Bee Gees only in Australia in 1969 by Horizon Records.[1] It was re-released in 1970 with the same tracks in the 1969 version by Polydor Records.[2]

The cover of the 1969 version features the Bee Gees in the winter from 1969-1970 just after Vince Melouney left. And was the first time that Maurice Gibb features his beard which was his trademark for the next 34 years.[1]

Track listingEdit

Side A
  1. "I Was A Lover, A Leader Of Men"
  2. "Follow the Wind"
  3. "Claustrophobia"
  4. "(Theme From) Jamie McPheeters"
  5. "Every Day I Have to Cry"
  6. "Take Hold of That Star"
Side B
  1. "Wine and Women"
  2. "I Don't Think It's Funny"
  3. "Turn Around, Look At Me"
  4. "I Am the World"
  5. "The Battle of the Blue and the Grey"
  6. "How Love Was True"


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