Robin Gibb's 5 Most Memorable Songs (Video)

Barry Gibb, left, and Robin Gibb
Barry Gibb, left, and Robin Gibb
 Courtesy Robin Gibb

Robin Gibb, a member of the band the Bee Gees, is reportedly battling liver cancer. His hospitalization last week marks the third time the singer-songwriter has been under medical care this year. Gibb has not commented publicly on his health.

He did, however, post a picture of himself and older brother, Barry Gibb, on his blog last week with the note, "It was great to see Barry and Linda on their surprise visit! We got a lot of talking done and made good plans between us for the future. We all had a great time but most of all it was the best tonic ever to be with Barry again and making plans!"

The Bee Gees have sold more than 200 million records, and some of their greatest hits are revisted below.

1. "Night Fever"
The track hit No. 1 in March 1978 and remained a chart topper for more than two months. A video for the song was made that year but did not surface publicly until 2004.

2. "Stayin' Alive"
The 1979 winner for best vocal arrangement at the Grammy Awards.

3. "To Love Somebody"
The song has been covered by Ray Lamontagne and Damien Rice, and Nina Simone.

4. "You Should Be Dancing"
The soundtrack to John Travolta's jaw dropping solo dance sequence in Saturday Night Fever.

5. "Woman in You"
One of five songs the Bee Gees wrote for the Saturday Night Fever sequel, Stayin' Alive.

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