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by Leon Craats
Born in the Island of Man, the Bee Gees boys, enriched British, American, Australian and World Music.
Most authors argue "that they did not go so far as to offer the vague philosophical advice or quotations from classic literature that might have made it art rock but they did provide a different kind of bridge between pop songs" and other popular songs (Hughes, Andrew…
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