BARRY GIBB

When I’m 64

(Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967)

Of all their 1960s contemporaries, the Bee Gees were one of the few groups who could hold a candle to The Beatles. The Gibb brothers wrote all their own hits, from classic 1960s ballads (To Love Somebody; Words; Massachusetts), through to 1970s triumphs (Jive Talkin’; Stayin’ Alive; Night Fever). Today, as the only surviving Gibb brother, Barry’s interpretation of When I’m 64 is particularly poignant.