E.S.P. is the sixteenth studio album by the Bee Gees, which was released in September 1987 and was named after the song.
- 4.1 musicians
- 4.2 Production
After emerging from Polydor Records, was E.S.P. the first studio album by the Bee Gees, which was released by Warner Bros. and after the album Main Course in 1975, this is after twelve years of the first album, which was produced by Arif Mardin on behalf of the label Warner Bros. and the recordings took place in Studio Miami Beach, United States in the Middle Ear. All songs were written by the band.
From the album so far were 4,500,000 copies sold worldwide. In Europe, the sales success of the hit song You Win Again her wear, but succeeded even without the song in the United States to secure the album a commercial success.
- Vocal: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb
- Background Vocals: Robin Gibb
- Synthesizer: Maurice Gibb, Rhett Lawrence, Greg Phillinganes
- Keyboards: Maurice Gibb, Rhett Lawrence, Greg Phillinganes
- Piano: Greg Phillinganes ( electric )
- Guitar: Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Reb Beach, Reggie Griffin, Arif Mardin, Nick Moroch
- Bass: Maurice Gibb, David A. Jones, Will Lee, Arif Mardin ( Bassynthesizer ), Marcus Miller
- Drums: Barry Gibb, Tony Beard
- Producer: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Arif Mardin
- Sound engineers: Claude " Swifty " Achille, Ellen Fitton, George Marino, Michael O'Reilly, Ken Steiger, Brian Tench
- Concertmaster: Gene Orloff
- Arrangers: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Arif Mardin, Reggie Griffin
- Mix: Brian Tench
- Synthesizer Programmer: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Scott Glasel, Reggie Griffin, Rhett Lawrence, Joe Mardin, Greg Phillinganes, Brian Tench
- Artwork: Jeri Heiden