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Horizontal (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Horizontal (Deluxe Version) by Bee Gees. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 37 tracks with total duration of 01:46:59 minutes.

Artist: Bee Gees
Release date: 1968
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 37
Duration: 01:46:59
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No. Title Length
1. World (Stereo Version) 3:11
2. And the Sun Will Shine (Stereo Version) 3:36
3. Lemons Never Forget (Stereo Version) 3:03
4. Really and Sincerely (Stereo Version) 3:30
5. Birdie Told Me (Stereo Version) 2:24
6. With the Sun In My Eyes (Stereo Version) 2:39
7. Massachusetts (Stereo Version) 2:26
8. Harry Braff (Stereo Version) 3:18
9. Day Time Girl (Stereo Version) 2:34
10. The Earnest of Being George (Stereo Version) 2:43
11. The Change Is Made (Stereo Version) 3:37
12. Horizontal (Stereo Version) 3:32
13. World (Mono Version) 3:18
14. And the Sun Will Shine (Mono Version) 3:30
15. Lemons Never Forget (Mono Version) 3:00
16. Really and Sincerely (Mono Version) 3:19
17. Birdie Told Me (Mono Version) 2:20
18. With the Sun In My Eyes (Mono Version) 2:35
19. Massachusetts (Mono Version) 2:21
20. Harry Braff (Mono Version) 3:14
21. Day Time Girl (Mono Version) 2:33
22. The Earnest of Being George (Mono Version) 2:39
23. The Change Is Made (Mono Version) 3:32
24. Horizontal (Mono Version) 3:30
25. Out of Line 3:00
26. Ring My Bell 2:16
27. Barker of the U.F.O. 1:49
28. Words 3:18
29. Sir Geoffrey Saved the World 2:18
30. Sinking Ships 2:23
31. Really and Sincerely (Alternate Version) 3:30
32. Swan Song (Alternate Version) 3:04
33. Mrs. Gillespie's Refridgerator 2:15
34. Deeply, Deeply Me 3:03
35. All My Christmases Came At Once 3:01
36. Thank You for Christmas 1:54
37. Medley: Silent Night / Hark the Herald Angels Sing 2:44



The Bee Gees' second album, Horizontal, cut late in 1967 amid their first major British success, is less focused than their first, but also presents a more majestic sound than its predecessor. The opening track, "World," is a poignant, even somber yet gorgeous ballad filled with clever lyrics, and highlighted by a quavering Mellotron accompaniment, a very close grand piano sound (anticipating elements of the Odessa album), and twangy fuzz-tone guitar. "And the Sun Will Shine" is an even more serious, regretful ballad that is bearable because it is also prettier than "World." The enigmatically titled "Lemons Never Forget" breaks up the mood with a harder rocking sound, just the group without any orchestra, dominated by a pounding piano and volume-pedal guitar. The most interesting aspect of "Really and Sincerely" — a song that descends into an even more emotionally melodramatic mood than "And the Sun Will Shine" — is its opening, which contains a musical phrase that seems to anticipate the group's disco-era "Nights on Broadway." "Birdie Told Me" is another tale of lost love that offers the variety of some leaner and tasteful electric guitar accompaniment. Side two of the original LP was more upbeat, opening with the group's catchy chart-topping British hit, "Massachusetts," followed by the cheerful "Harry Braff." "The Earnest of Being George" and "The Change Is Made" are attempts at a harder rock sound, featuring heavy guitar on both and an attempt at a bluesy feel on the latter, while the title track is a trippy psychedelic number that closes the album on an upbeat note. [The 2006 two-disc edition features 13 additional tracks (most of them previously unreleased) on the bonus CD.]