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Who Did It Better? The Bee Gees vs. Al Green
Uknowhowwedu. Please listen to both versions of this classic tune and share your thoughts in the comments section below. Shared for historical purposes. I do not own the rights. _______ "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" is a song released by the Bee Gees in 1971. It was written by Barry and Robin Gibb and was the first single on the group's 1971 album Trafalgar. It was their first US No. 1 single and also reached No. 1 in Cashbox magazine for two weeks. In the US Atco Records issued both mono and stereo versions of the song on each side as a promo single.[2] The B-side was a Maurice Gibb composition "Country Woman". 1972: Al Green recorded the song for his album Let's Stay Together, which also appeared on the soundtracks of 1997's Good Will Hunting, 1999's The Virgin Suicides, 1999's Notting Hill and 2010's The Book of Eli. Green's version was released as a single in France on Cream Records.[24] In 2008, Green's version was remade into a duet with Joss Stone for the soundtrack to the film adaptation of Sex and the City, with her vocals overdubbed onto the track. - Wikipedia ##### Reelblack's mission is to educate, elevate, entertain, enlighten, and empower through Black film. If there is content shared on this platform that you feel infringes on your intellectual property, please email me at and with details and it will be promptly removed.

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