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Andy Gibb's catalog has suddenly vanished. This is strange, as Andy is long dead. One would think that his affairs would be managed by Barry Gibb, the last surviving Gibb brother. All of the Bee Gees catalog is still available. Did something lapse and somebody forgot to renew the rights to Andy's catalog? Surely he can't have too many objections from the grave, and I can't imagine that Barry or anybody else connected to the late youngest Gibb would have pulled it for any conceivable reason.
Any way somebody can look into this? It appears to be kind of recent.
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It appears that Andy Gibb is back as of today. It looks like the catalog has now been licensed too UMG/Capitol, just like the Bee Gees with their new deal. Why Andy couldn't have just been included with that deal to avoid a 6-month absence from the digital platforms is anyone's guess. But as of today, Andy Gibb is back. Better late than never.