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Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman - Saturday Night Fever (Special Disco Version) download mp3 album
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Album:
Saturday Night Fever (Special Disco Version)
Style:
Disco
Released:
1977
Country:
US
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1360 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1122 mb
WMA vers. size:
1153 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ★
Votes:
306

Saturday Night Fever is the soundtrack album from the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever starring John Travolta. It remains the best-selling soundtrack of all time with over 54 million units sold (double disc album. In the United States, the album was certified 16 Platinum for shipments of at least 16 million units. The album stayed atop the album charts for 24 straight weeks from January to July 1978 and stayed on Billboard's album charts for 120 weeks until March 1980

Shop 218 records for sale for album Saturday night fever by Bee Gees on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. bee gees, yvonne elliman, . saturday night fever (the original movie sound track) (gatefold). Rso - Germany - 2479 199 - 1977. Price : 1. 9 €. Format : LP x 2. Cover condition : VG (Very Good) Media condition : EX (Excellent).

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Saturday Night Fever, as a movie and an album, plus a brace of hit singles off of it, suddenly made disco explode into mainstream, working- and middle-class America with a new immediacy and urgency, increasing its audience ten-fold overnight. The Bee Gees had written "Stayin' Alive" (then called "Saturday Night"), "Night Fever," "How Deep Is Your Love," "If I Can't Have You," and "More Than a Woman" for what would have been the follow-up album to Children of the World, and they might well have enjoyed platinum-record status. Despite the presence of other artists, Saturday Night Fever is virtually indispensable as a Bee Gees album, not just for the presence of an array of songs that were hits in their own right - and which became the de facto soundtrack to a half-decade of pop culture history - but because it offered the Gibb Brothers as composers as.

Tracklist

Bee Gees Stayin' Alive 6:55
Bee Gees Night Fever 4:50
Bee Gees More Than A Woman 4:43
Yvonne Elliman If I Can't Have You 4:00
Bee Gees You Should Be Dancing 4:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRO 033 Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman - Saturday Night Fever (Special Disco Version) ‎(12", Promo) RSO PRO 033 US 1977
PRO 033 Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman - Saturday Night Fever (Special Disco Version) ‎(12", Promo, Unofficial) RSO Records, Inc. PRO 033 Italy 2010
PRO 033 Bee Gees, Yvonne Elliman Bee Gees, Yvonne Elliman - Saturday Night Fever (Special Disco Version) ‎(12", Promo, Unofficial, Gre) RSO Records, Inc. PRO 033 2014
PRO 033 Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman Bee Gees / Yvonne Elliman - Saturday Night Fever (Special Disco Version) ‎(12", Promo, Unofficial, Blu) RSO Records, Inc. PRO 033 Unknown


  • Ddilonyne
The recording of " If i cant have you, is bad, has no bass, TERRIBLE. BUT I HAD LUCK AND I FOUND A SINGLE WITH, if i cant have you, WHERE THE RECORDING IS PERFECT, POWERFUL BASS.
  • Faell
Hey Genius, why would you buy a RARE 12" promo for THAT song? There are 4 other incredible songs on here, in extended format.
  • It's so easy
Such a shame that there wasn't a better effort to do a respectable 'special disco version' of these songs considering how monstrous the movie and soundtrack turned out. 'Stayin' Alive' is the only thing worth forking over whatever it's going to set you back on discogs or ebay. However, 12-inch singles were not widespread or elaborately produced/remixed back in 1977. So, this has to do.
  • Kelerana
Regarding "If I can't have You" (as another reviewer mentioned)-- At 2:16 it cuts back to right before the 2nd verse, and then repeats it. The edit itself is off by a couple of beats--really bad, then you get to hear the 2nd verse over again...why?
  • Kashicage
there are longer extended versions that are unreleased i like better. too bad it's not released commercially.
  • Granirad
yOU Don't mean the J. Michaels mixes right? The vocals are too low.
  • Ginaun
Found a cool reproduction of Yvonne Elliman's "If I Can't Have You" by David Levy.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/if-i-cant-have-you-single/id1049779374
  • Cordanara
It was released earlier this year for record store day on a SPECIAL 12".
  • Macage
All mixes are fine apart from the Yvonne Elliman which is dreadful. Such a shame because I love this track!
  • Amerikan_Volga
Same exact mix, different edit of it. At 2:16 it cuts back to right before the 2nd verse, and then repeats it. The edit itself is off by a couple of beats--really bad, then you get to hear the 2nd verse over again...why?
  • Qulcelat
Found a cool reproduction of Yvonne Elliman's "If I Can't Have You" by David Levy.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/if-i-cant-have-you-single/id1049779374
  • ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
To 'bigpoppa': This is probably some kind of bootleg. You're right, this promo LP was originally released in 1977 to U.S. radio stations, DJs, etc. I have had two copies myself! Still have one. About 4 years ago, I bought this item on CD; the CD jacket was an immaculate scan; perfect! But the album to digital transfer was basically a step or two above the "crap-line". The speed was even cranked up a notch or two and for some reason the transfer tech ran the audio through a noise eliminator, hence, defunking the sound to even worse levels AND just before the individual cuts were completely faded out to "0" they were CLICKED! REALLY BAD! All to say, I am not sure if this Italian LP version is any better, but if one can find an original release on vinyl from 1977; BUY IT! It's surely worth it's weight in gold! The problem is that the Italian hack even gave his 'bootleg' the same exact catalog number as he original, "PRO-033". His scan looks immaculate however...not even one cardboard cover glitch, tear or paper-snag! Did alot of photoshop to clean it up. That's the clue! If you see one for sale on E-bay and the picture of it, is a little bit weathered & such...IT'S THE ORIGINAL...BUY IT! Over & out. Anthony Ochoa.
  • Arlana
That CD is bad most likely because there is no official release of this Promo LP on cd.
  • Hulore
Found a cool reproduction of Yvonne Elliman's "If I Can't Have You" by David Levy.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/if-i-cant-have-you-single/id1049779374
  • Whitestone
Were they bootlegs? Because that is the original promo 12" vinyl sleeve from the 70s as I have 2 copies sitting right here. Exact songs and times...everything.
  • Doukree
Not sure how good the mastering can be...After all, this bootleg is from a vinyl rip. Probably brick walled too.
  • Cerekelv
So? They copied the label, just as most counterfeiters do.
  • Eng.Men
same w/ me. i purchased 2 copies of these back in 1979. they're beautiful. there are still longer extended versions of these tracks that are unreleased. i wish i could get them. these 2 items are not worth anything but still nice to listen too. i was planning to transfer these tracks to a CD-R. let's hope they'll release more items soon. enjoy.
  • Buzatus
Yes....these are bootlegs.
  • Delirium
Yes, definitely bootlegs. I bought 6 copies directly from the dude in Italy. 4 copies to archive cause you just can't have enough Bee Gees and the other 2 I use professionally. The mastering is really good. All in all not to be passed up if you can't have the orig release.
  • Arador
True, as the previous reviewer states, many of these "Disco-Version" cuts simply had looped pieces "edited-together" to make it appear as a longer version, some of them hastingly done, but not EXTREMELY poorly done. Case at point, "Stayin' Alive" actually featured a slightly different mix, at a slower speed (oddly enough, since it is billed as a Disco Version, whereas most disco versions are speed-up). In the this mix, the sound level of Barry Gibb's acoustic guitar is lowered drastically and a horn vamp is bought in at where the first vocal bridge-refrain is normally at. Also, where the songs normally fades, at the beginning of the 4th ending refrain, the second part of that refrain is completely edited out, and the "horn piece" is brought back in a second time, via an loop-edit. Next, "Night Fever" is slightly speed-up and has simple edit-loops done to create a longer version, of about a minute or so, some of the edits sounding sort of "hacked" and "chopped" poorly. "More Than A Woman" is also speed-up very slightly, uses the same kind of editing/extending technique of "Night Fever", but if one listens to the VERY END of the fade-out, the song uses an slightly alternate mix of the vocal track; Barry's add-libs are more "up-in-the-mix" than the album version. (On a side note: The version of "More Than A Woman" that was featured in the actual film, during Travolta & Gorney's "Love" dance on the floor, features a very beautiful & lush alternate string arrangement on the SECOND verse only. This take was NEVER released on any audio recording medium, as far as I know). "If I Can't Have You" used it's traditional speed, but featured an EXTREMELY BAD edit to cut back in the horn & string musical bridge, for a second time. The edit was SO BAD, it cut into the whole timing of the song and clipped out a whole half-measure. The editor of this track CLEARLY does understand the timing a rhythm section keeps while recording! Lastly, "You Should Be Dancing", features the same version that was released previously on a 12" DJ/Radio-Only Promotional Record. Like "Stayin' Alive" this version was slowed down a bit (oddly enough), but received the same mixdown as the traditional version on the "Children Of the World" album, EXCEPT the album version contained 1 refrain in the first chorus, 2 in the second and 2 in the third, whereas this "Disco Version" features 2 refrains in the first chorus, 2 in the second and 3 in the third! All of which, where not "falsely" edited in as loops, but were actually "edited-out" of the official "Children Of The World" album version! This I quite never understood, why producers Richardson & Galuten did this, but it sure made for good critical reviewing & listening, of this AND all these "slightly" different "Saturday Night Fever" cuts & versions.
  • Rocksmith
If you haven't heard the special disco versions, here's some info : only the version of Staying Alive is a different version : an extended version with added horns. Nicely done btw. The other mixes are disappointing, I'm afraid : in order to extend the songs, parts of the songs were repeated and erm... glued together so to speak (and not always in a professional way!!)...
  • Uris
There is much more to it than that. Read the review above yours...