|No popular music act of the last four decades has experienced more ups and downs in its popularity, or attracted a more varied audience than the Bee Gees. Their first English recording, 'New York Mining Disaster 1941', released in mid-1967, made the Top 20 in England and America and established a pattern for the group's work for the next two years but it was the release of 'Massachusetts' that launched the group on their first wave of stardom. By the end of the decade and the early part of the 70s there was a sense that they were losing ground. Then in 1977, the group contributed to the soundtrack of 'Saturday Night Fever' that stayed in the top spot for 24 weeks, giving them a string of number singles. By the end of the '70s, the disco era was over and the Bee Gees spent most of the '80s as producers and writers for other artists. They made their first attempt at a comeback in 1987 with 'E.S.P.', which sold well; thanks to the number one single 'You Win Again.' They continued to release albums throughout the 90's to mixed reviews but their fan base never diminished. The Bee Gees remained active until the sad death of Maurice in January 2003. With such a wealth of music to choose from there is no shortage of back catalogue rarities, amazing memorabilia and quality collectibles all available right here in our specialist Bee Gees collectors store.