Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Larger Testes and Six Clawed Lobsters

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Today’s Video: The Bee Gees - Too Much Heaven

The single "Too Much Heaven" was released in the late autumn of 1978. It had originally been intended for use in the John Travolta movie Moment By Moment, but was pulled before the film's release reportedly because Barry Gibb thought the movie was awful when he was shown a rough cut.

The recording process was the longest of all the tracks on Spirits Having Flown as there are nine layers of three-part harmony creating 27 voices, though the high falsetto voices are the most pronounced in the final mix:

    Barry on falsetto lead three times
    falsetto high harmony three times
    falsetto low harmony three times
    Barry on natural voice lead three times
    high harmony three times
    low harmony three times
    Barry, Robin and Maurice together on lead three times
    high harmony three times
    low harmony three times.

The horn section from the band Chicago play on the song, in return for the brothers’ appearance on the Chicago song "Little Miss Lovin".

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