by Nicholas James
This compilation was released exactly 10
years after Andy Gibb's first CD Greatest
This is a very similar album, with all the
main hits included, as well as the same two
bonus tracks from his 1981 vinyl Greatest
Hits album. Excluded from this album,
however, are 'Flowing Rivers' and the 1988
demo, 'Man On Fire'.
In the place of these missing tracks is the
third bonus track from Andy's 1981 Greatest
Hits album, a rather good cover version of
the classic Gerry Goffin and Carole King
song, 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow' (a song
that would later be covered by the Bee Gees
themselves on the
Revisited album). The song is a duet
with Pat Arnold, who had supplied backing
vocals to the 1969 Bee Gees album,
and the production is by Barry Gibb, Albhy
Galuten and Karl Richardson, a team which,
by that time, had already produced the
album for Barbra Streisand, and which would
go on to produce several hit albums in the
1980s for a variety of major artists. The
album is worth buying for this track alone,
and the remastered sound quality.
Why Buy The Millennium Collection?
For the sound quality and the inclusion of
'Will You Love Me Tomorrow', previously
unreleasd on CD.