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Karl Richardson, Don Gehman producer: Not all fans agree of course; they never do. Those actually involved in making the album remember it as a contentious and musically unsatisfying experience.
Barry, Albhy, and Karl had perfected a production system with the Spirits Having Flown and Guilty albums that involved minimal input from Robin and Maurice during record making.
That was not working here. Robin was now recording lead vocals and probably shaping some songs to his style. But the really new thing was that Maurice was sober and very active again on the studio floor and in the booth, to the astonishment of Albhy and Karl.
Now there were just too many people in charge. Maurice and Karl got into an argument over musical direction.
Albhy said years later that no one got what they wanted, or maybe Maurice did. Maurice liked the hands-on approach he had had in the Bee Gees beforebut Barry by now thought of the Bee Gees as a vocal group to be backed by the best session players possible. The disagreements ran so deep that for the next few years after Living Eyes the group split for record production into a team of Barry, Albhy, and Karl, and another team of Robin and Maurice.
For songwriting however the three brothers still often worked together over the coming years.
Judging by the disparate credits per song, they did not really play together, but dubbed their parts onto tracks. So-called demos have circulated that are actually early states of these same recordings with many of the dubs not yet put on.
From them it is clear that the underlying tracks were recorded to unvarying mechanical beats. Even a drummer as good as Steve Gadd seems handcuffed by this and he can do little more than keep time and add the occasional awkward drum fill.
All too often the many tracks of Rhodes electric piano, synthesizer, guitars, and strings and horns jockey for position, and nothing stands out from the bland background noise.
But the lifeless instrumental backing fails it, and so does the synthesizer vocal blend edited onto the beginning.
After this the vocals fall apart— and this on a Bee Gees album. Barry keeps propping himself up with falsetto or multitracking. Robin sounds even worse.Hall was an English major who said he learned to write songs by osmosis, soaking up everything from Dickens to Hemingway.
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