Bee Gees ‎– Living Eyes (1981)

Living Eyes is the 16th chronological studio album by the Bee Gees, released in 1981 on RSO.

Tracklist:
A1. “Living Eyes” (4:16)
A2. “He’s a Liar” (4:00)
A3. “Paradise” (4:18)
A4. “Don’t Fall in Love With Me” (4:12)
A5. “Soldiers” (4:25)
B1. “I Still Love You” (4:24)
B2. “Wildflower” (4:23)
B3. “Nothing Could Be Good” (4:09)
B4. “Cryin’ Every Day” (4:01)
B5. “Be Who You Are” (6:38)

Credits:
Barry Gibb – vocals, guitar, strings and horns arrangement
Robin Gibb – vocals
Maurice Gibb – vocals, guitar, strings and horns arrangement

Don Felder – guitar on “He’s A Liar,” “Paradise,” “Don’t Fall In Love With Me,” “Soldiers,” and “Wildflower”
Richard Tee – piano on “Living Eyes,” “He’s A Liar,” “Paradise,” “Don’t Fall In Love With Me,” “Soldiers,” “I Still Love You,” and “Nothing Could Be Good”
Albhy Galuten – synthesizer on “Living Eyes,” “He’s A Liar,” “Paradise,” “Soldiers,” “I Still Love You,” “Cryin’ Everyday,” and “Be Who You Are”
George Bitzer – piano on “Living Eyes,” “Paradise,” “Wildflower,” and “Nothing Could Be Good,” and synthesizer on “He’s A Liar”
Harold Cowart – bass except “Cryin’ Everyday” and “Be Who You Are”
Steve Gadd – drums on “He’s A Liar,” “Paradise,” “Don’t Fall In Love With Me,” “Soldiers,” “I Still Love You,” and “Nothing Could Be Good”
Chuck Kirkpatrick – guitar on “Living Eyes,” “Nothing Could Be Good,” and “I Still Love You”
George Terry – guitar on “Living Eyes” and “Be Who You Are”
David Wolinski – keyboards on “Be Who You Are”
Bob Glaub – bass on “Be Who You Are”
Jeff Porcaro – drums on “Living Eyes,” “Soldiers,” and “Cryin’ Everyday”
Russ Kunkel – drums on “Wildflower,” “Cryin’ Everyday,” and “Be Who You Are”
Ralph MacDonald – percussion on “Living Eyes,” “He’s A Liar,” and “Don’t Fall in Love With Me”
Joe Galdo – drums on “Be Who You Are”
The Boneroo Horns and Brass Sextet

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