Dr. Rhino's Picks #76
The Bee Gees pulled off one of pop music’s more remarkable career transformations in the mid-1970s. Up to that point they were an excellent bunch of Beatle-influenced harmonizers…afterwards they put disco on the map and ruled the charts for a while. Both sides of the coin are pretty darn fantastic. Enjoy!
ABOUT DR. RHINO
A young Dr. Rhino first encountered the magic of song whilst being born in the front seat of a Lincoln Continental. As the attending physician recalls, the tune was “Touch Me In The Morning” by Diana Ross. It was a mind-blower. Over the years, Dr. Rhino listened to many, many more songs. And, after several summers of diggin’ music, making the scene & a stint in Attica, the good doctor joined Rhino Records. A remarkable career of taste & empathy ensued. Dr. Rhino now spends his time hitting bull’s-eyes, making it rain and assembling playlists for you. (Yes, you!)