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    Bee Gees Acetate Group of 3 (1971-77). We've garnered a nice group of your favorite Brother Gibbs (Gibbses? Gibbseses?). Start with a 7" one-sided acetate of the album versions of the 1971 hit "How Do You Mend A Broken Heart" (Audio Devices Stereo) in VG-EX 6. Next, acetates of the early 1977 double-disc "Here At Last...Bee Gees...Live" (Sterling Sound) in EX 7. Thirdly is a 12-inch acetate of the long version of "Staying Alive" (RSO) from 1977. The label on one side is blank, but both sides have the disco classic. Condition: EX 7. From the GRT Collection.

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    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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