Stayin' Alive Introduction
Nobody can deny, though, that the Bee Gees were a powerful force on the late 1970s charts. The three brothers who started out singing soft rock harmonies edged their way into the American consciousness with tracks bursting with energy and catchiness, and when "Stayin' Alive" made it onto the soundtrack of the movie that brought disco to the masses, Saturday Night Fever, it was all over. You won't be getting this song out of your head any time soon.
About the Song
|Artist||The Bee Gees||Musician(s)||Barry Gibb (vocals, guitar), Maurice Gibb (vocals, bass guitar), Robin Gibb (vocals), Dennis Bryon (drums), Alan Kendall (guitar), Blue Weaver (keyboard)|
|Album||Saturday Night Fever|
|Writer(s)||Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb|
|Producer(s)||Bee Gees, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson|
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On the Charts"Stayin' Alive" reached #1 on the charts in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa.
The song is #189 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.