Show Business: The Bee Gees: They Make You Feel Like Dancing

The beat that hustles John Travolta down that Bay Ridge block is provided by the Bee Gees, who are most anxious to inform you that they are not, thanks very much, "a disco group." A conglomerate would be more like it.

With a powerhouse bass line that pushes and pulses, they have one of the biggest-grossing albums in history (partly because the Saturday Night Fever sound track is two records and costs twice as much as a single-unit album . . . but let the accountants quibble). Night Fever is the No. 1 single, and Stayin' Alive, which occupied that slot for...

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