"Angela" is a ballad performed by the Bee Gees for their album E.S.P. released in 1987. It was written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. This song was the big ballad, with a brief catchy chorus and a long winding melody much in Barry's style. The demo version was appear on The E.S.P. Demos, and there is a promo video for this song. The song was released as a single in Germany with the remix version of "You Win Again" as its B-side, and this song reached #52.[1]


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This song is performed by Barry Gibb, with a brief catchy chorus and a long winding melody much in Barry's style, On its demo, it features the Barry's touchingly heartfelt vocal, Robin was also sing few lines on that demo, its emotional peaks matched by his own guitar playing, supported by instrumental and vocal work by Maurice and Robin, In the finished version, Barry re-recorded another vocal, The gimmicky percussion sound effects and added synthesizer are distracting, Barry's guitar accompaniment is lost in the mix: The musicians played on this song consist of: Barry Gibb on guitar and drum programming, Maurice Gibb on guitar, Robbie Kondor and Rhett Lawrence on keyboards, Greg Phillinganes on piano, Brian Tench on programming, Nick Moroch on guitar and Will Lee on bass (who also worked with Mariah CareyCher and others)[2]


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