Bee Gees - Wouldn't I Be Someone

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"Wouldn't I Be Someone" is a song by The Bee Gees. It was released on 22 June 1973 in the United Kingdom and in July 1973 in the United States. The cover of the single was also used on Best of Bee Gees, Volume 2.

"Wouldn't I Be Someone" was recorded around October 1972 in The Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles. The long chorus, extended by an instrumental section of the song is their new idea and was reminiscent to their 1969 song "Odessa (City on the Black Sea)", but the difference between the two is when electric guitar was added to this song.

Although the single failed to chart in United States, it was a No. 1 hit in Hong Kong and in Costa Rica, and reached No. 17 in Italy. Originally released on Best of Bee Gees, Volume 2 with an extended version timed at 5:31, it was noted for its lush symphony orchestra arrangement and bluesy guitar solo by Alan Kendall. The single was shortened to a running time of 3:30. 

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