Stayin' Alive - The Bee Gees



How old were you when the movie
Saturday Night Fever
came out?

(Which by the way...
I still have this album)


I am not going to throw numbers
out there to let you do the math..
I was 17.
WOW....where has the time
gone.
40 years since the movie
came out

I love the Bee Gees.
I love John Travolta.
I love Saturday Night Fever.
I loved DISCO.

I am a child of the 60's
but I was alive in the
70's!
I lived through 70's
the 80's and the 90's but
I have to say that I feel
the best music came out
of the 70's.
And the Bee Gees were
a big part of that.

Sitting here watching the
Stayin' Alive special
about the Gibbs Brothers.
Reliving my youth. Reliving
when life was so simple.

Wow...what a great show.
Great artist preforming the
songs of the Bee Gees and
Andy Gibbs.



I have laughed, I have sang,
I have teared up but
most of all I did what
John Travolta said at the
first of the show...
I have DANCED.

Dakota thinks I have lost
my mind.

I hope you were able to enjoy
the show like I have. I really
wished I had recorded it to
watch again later.

I have a few pics to share that
I took of the show.
Did not think of it till it
was 30 mins into the show but
I will share what I have.

Barry Gibbs, the last remaining Gibbs Brother.


Oliva Newton John

Andy Gibbs singing with Oliva.


Katharine  McPhee

John Travolta





Great show!
The only thing I wished
had happened was for
John Travolta to have
danced like in the
movie.
Thanks for spending sometime with
me in 1977








Comments

Denise inVA said…
That must have been tremendous! I remember the movie coming out. I had only been in the states for a little over a year.
Daniela said…
What loving memories you recalled to my mind, I was 10 !

Thanking you most sincerely both for this so lovely post and for the beautiful comment you left on - My little old world - I'm sending blessings to you

XOXO Daniela

P.S. sice I so love your blog, I'm following you with true joy !
Mildred said…
I was 20 in 1977. I was in jr. college here in the little town we moved to last July! Loved the music of the Bee Gee's and a girlfriend and I saw them in concert in Atlanta!
Ann said…
I was 15 when that movie came out. I loved the Bee Gees and John Travolta.
Sandra said…
40 years ago I was 32 and have never seen the movie.. not a Travolta fan, I am a child of the 50's when it comes to music.. there are many movies I have not seen because we had no TV until 1960 and even then I never watched it and could not afford movies so missed most of the ones back then.
Darla M Sands said…
How fun! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
S. J. Qualls said…
I love all the old Bee Gees songs. They had a tribute show on PBS not long ago, did you see it?
Sally said…
Love their songs also. You don't want to know how old I was. LOL

Have a blessed day, Pam.
I LOVED the Bee Gees. It was 1977 when the song was released. That was 40 years ago and I am now 58. Oh I thought Barry was the hottest guy ever! LOL! This was fun going down memory lane. Hugs and blessings, Cindy
Mary Burris said…
I am so bummed! I didn't know about the special until it was happening (I don't have regular tv). I tried to catch it streaming online, but somehow got my timezones mixed up and CBS would only show me the very last two minutes. UGH! I can only hope that I can catch the full show eventually on youtube or netflix at some point.

The Bee Gees were such a big part of the 70's. So many hits. Andy Gibb was my first crush - I will openly admit I had his poster on my wall.

~Mary
Jingle Jangle Jungle
#AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits
Liz A. said…
I was not allowed to see Saturday Night Fever. It was too old for me when it came out. (I was a child.) I have since seen it, though...

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