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Who is Maurice Gibb?
Maurice Gibb: Maurice Ernest Gibb, CBE was a musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer who achieved international fame as guitarist, bassist and keyboardist of the Bee Gees. Although his brothers Barry and Robin Gibb were the band's primary lead vocalists, most of the groups albums included at least one or two Maurice Gibb compositions, including "Lay It on Me", "Country Woman" and "On Time". The Bee Gees were one of the most successful rock-pop groups ever.
- also known as Maurice Ernest Gibb; Gibb, Maurice; Maurice Ernest Gibb CBE; The Quiet One; Mo
- born on (66 years ago) in Douglas, child of Barbara Gibb and Hugh Gibb
- ethnicity: Manx people
- nationality: Isle of Man
- profession: Singer, record producer, singer-songwriter, musician, actor, film score composer
- member of musical groups:
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- died on (12 years ago) in Miami Beach of cardiac arrest
- genres: Pop music, Disco, Rock music, Soft rock, Blue-eyed soul, Funk, Adult contemporary music, Progressive rock, Blues rock
- album: "A Breed Apart"
- some of the nominations and awards:
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by Colin Larkin
Maurice Gibb married pop star Lulu and the brothers joined the celebrity showbusiness élite with all its attendant trappings of drink and drugs. Dissent among the brotherhood saw Robin Gibb embark on a solo career with brief success.
Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb Old Broadway (1906), Joseph E. Howard, ...
Everything Fab Four by Kenneth Womack
Each track was arranged by a different musician, including Martin, McCartney, Richard Perry, Chico O'Farrill, Ron Goodwin, Maurice Gibb, Klaus Voormann, Oliver Nelson, Quincy Jones, John Dankworth, Elmer Bernstein, and Les Reed.
by John Kenneth Muir
Maurice Gibb (Bob); ...
by James Stuart Olson
The original group included brothers Maurice Gibb, Barry Gibb, and Robin Gibb. They played small-town events in Australia during the early 1960s and had several American hits later in the decade, including "To Love Somebody" (1967), ...
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Quotes about Maurice Gibb
Robin had always wanted to go solo, so when it happened I wasn't angry at all. I understood the situation. But Barry is so full of pride and couldn't understand why Robin had done it. (Maurice Gibb)
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