Cover has normal wear and tear for the age. Cover is graded VG. Record is graded VG.
Main Course, released in 1975 for the RSO Records label, is the 13th album by the Bee Gees, and their last album to be released by Atlantic Records in the US under its distribution deal with Robert Stigwood. This album marked a great change for the Bee Gees as it was their first album to include mostly R&B, soul and funk-influenced songs, and created the model for their output through the rest of the 1970s. It rejuvenated the group’s career and public image, particularly in the US, after the commercial disappointment of their preceding few albums. It was the group’s thirteenth album (eleventh worldwide). Main Course was the first album to feature keyboardist Blue Weaver. The album cover with the band’s new logo designed by US artist Drew Struzan made its first appearance here.