Almost 50 years ago, that three talented brothers flying off to shape the face of pop music as we know it today. At that time, probably no one knew that Maurice, Robin and Barry Gibb as BEE GEES should be one of the most successful formation of pop history. The secret to the overwhelming success of the BEE GEES consisted not only in their talent to compose exceptional Posongs, but also in their close, fraternal relationship and their diverse subjects to which they dedicated their songs - and especially songs about love were always to - because the feeling is it that makes a great pop song. The album BEE GEES "Love Songs" presents 18 Love songs from four decades, including unforgettable hits such as To Love Somebody, Words, First Of May, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart and Lonely Days from the years 1967 to 1970, so the early work the BEE GEES. But the disco era was full of romances, of which the BEE GEES key composed: How Deep Is Your Love, More Than A Woman and Our Love (Do not Throw It All Away) were among the highlights of those years and also touch today. And thus the effect of the BEE GEES was far fizzles: In the eighties, the successful ballad Juliet appeared, and also over the next decade, until the first years of the new millennium attended the BEE GEES always for romantic Replenishment: appeared Among other things, Secret Love (1990), For Whom The Bell Tolls (1993), I Could Not Love You More (1996), Islands In The Stream (1998) and Wedding Day (1999) in the nineties, and emotion and Heartbreaker were on the 2001's album The Record. 180 million recorded music went over the years, over the counters, leaving the BEE GEES are the most successful band after the Beatles. Five Grammys they got alone in 1977 for Saturday Night Fever. In England and the USA alone managed 12 BEE GEES song at number on the charts (six of them in a row), plus countless number-one success in the world. BEE GEES "Love Songs" was not available for a long time and is now on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary re-release.