"Turn Around, Look At Me" was the 5th Bee Gees single, released on 12 October 1964. This release was the 1st to credit the group as `Barry Gibb and The Bee-Gees`.
  "I Was A Lover, A Leader Of Men" was the 9th Bee Gees single, released on 18 December 1965. It was also the 1st track of the Bee Gees` 1st album "The Bee Gees Sing And Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs". This song won Barry his 1st-ever award from Adelaide radio station 5KA for "Composer of the Year".
  Eric Clapton [live in Munich 2022] advised the Bee Gees to try their comeback in the US.
  The Bee Gees stayed at 461 Ocean Boulevard during the making of Main Course.
  The Bee Gees drummer Dennis Bryon and keyboardist Blue Weaver were former band members of Amen Corner.
  Brian Wilson [autograph from 2005] inducted The Bee Gees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1997