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The Everly Brothers

The Everly Brothers were not only among the most important and best early rock & roll stars, but also among the most influential rockers of any era. They set unmatched standards for close, two-part harmonies and infused early rock & roll with some of the best elements of country and pop music. Their legacy was and is felt enormously in all rock acts that employ harmonies as prime features, from the Beatles and Simon & Garfunkel to legions of country-rockers as well as roots rockers like Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe (who once recorded an EP of Everlys songs together).

Don (born February 1, 1937) and Phil (born January 19, 1939) were professionals way before their teens, schooled by their accomplished guitarist father Ike, and singing with their family on radio broadcasts in Iowa. In the mid-'50s, they made a brief stab at conventional Nashville country with Columbia. When their single flopped, they were cast adrift for quite a while until they latched onto Cadence. Don invested their first single for the label, "Bye Bye Love," with a Bo Diddley beat that helped lift the song to number two in 1957.

"Bye Bye Love" began a phenomenal three-year string of classic hit singles for Cadence, including "Wake Up Little Susie," "All I Have to Do Is Dream," "Bird Dog," "('Til) I Kissed You," and "When Will I Be Loved." The Everlys sang of young love with a heart-rending yearning and compelling melodies. The harmonies owed audible debts to Appalachian country music, but were imbued with a keen modern pop sensibility that made them more accessible without sacrificing any power or beauty. They were not as raw as the wild rockabilly men from Sun Records, but they could rock hard when they wanted. Even their midtempo numbers and ballads were executed with a force missing in the straight country and pop tunes of the era. The duo enjoyed a top-notch support team of producer Archie Bleyer, great Nashville session players like Chet Atkins, and the brilliant songwriting team of Boudleaux and Felice Bryant. Don, and occasionally Phil, wrote excellent songs of their own as well.

In 1960, the Everlys left Cadence for a lucrative contract with the then-young Warner Bros. label (though it's not often noted, the Everlys would do a lot to establish Warners as a major force in the record business). It's sometimes been written that the duo never recaptured the magic of their Cadence recordings, but actually Phil and Don peaked both commercially and artistically with their first Warners releases. "Cathy's Clown," their first Warners single, was one of their greatest songs and a number one hit. Their first two Warners LPs, employing a fuller and brasher production than their Cadence work, were not just among their best work, but two of the best rock albums of the early '60s. The hits kept coming for a couple of years, some great ("Walk Right Back," "Temptation"), some displaying a distressing, increasing tendency toward soft pop and maudlin sentiments ("Ebony Eyes," "That's Old Fashioned").

Don and Phil's personal lives came under a lot of stress in the early '60s: they enlisted into the Marine Corps Reserves (together), and studied acting for six months but never made a motion picture. More seriously, Don developed an addiction to speed and almost died of an overdose in late 1962. By that time, their career as chart titans in the U.S. had ended; "That's Old Fashioned" (1962) was their last Top Ten hit. Their albums became careless, erratic affairs, which was all the more frustrating because many of their flop singles of the time were fine, even near-classic efforts that demonstrated they could still deliver the goods.

Virtually alone among first-generation rock & roll superstars, the Everlys stuck with no-nonsense rock & roll and remained determined to keep their sound contemporary, rather than drifting toward soft pop or country like so many others. Although their mid-'60s recordings were largely ignored in America, they contained some of their finest work, including a ferocious Top 40 single in 1964 ("Gone, Gone, Gone"). They remained big stars overseas -- in 1965, "Price of Love" went to number two in the U.K. at the height of the British Invasion. They incorporated jangling Beatle/Byrdesque guitars into some of their songs and recorded a fine album with the Hollies (who were probably more blatantly influenced by the Everlys than any other British band of the time). In the late '60s, they helped pioneer country-rock with the 1968 album Roots, their most sophisticated and unified full-length statement. None of this revived their career as hitmakers, though they could always command huge audiences on international tours and hosted a network TV variety show in 1970.

The decades of enforced professional togetherness finally took their toll on the pair in the early '70s, which saw a few dispirited albums and, finally, an acrimonious breakup in 1973. They spent the next decade performing solo, which only proved -- as is so often the case in close-knit artistic partnerships -- how much each brother needed the other to sound his best. In 1983, enough water had flowed under the bridge for the two to resume performing and recording together. The tours, with a backup band led by guitarist Albert Lee, proved they could still sing well. The records (both live and studio) were fair efforts that, in the final estimation, were not in nearly the same league as their '50s and '60s classics, although Paul McCartney penned a small hit single for them ("On the Wings of a Nightingale"). One of the more successful and dignified reunions in the rock annals, the Everlys continued to perform live, although they didn't release albums together after the late '80s. Phil Everly died on January 3, 2014 from complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; he was 74 years old. ~ Richie Unterberger
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Complete Us & Uk Singles As & BS 1956-62, Vol. 1

Disc 1

1. Keep A-Lovin' Me

2. The Sun Keeps Shining

3. Bye Bye Love

4. I Wonder If I Care As Much

5. Wake Up Little Susie

6. Maybe Tomorrow

7. This Little Girl Of Mine

8. Should We Tell Him

9. All I Have To Do Is Dream

10. Claudette

11. Bird Dog

12. Devoted To You

13. Problems

14. Love Of My Life

15. Take A Message To Mary

16. Poor Jenny

17. ('Till) I Kissed You

18. Oh What A Feeling

19. Let It Be Me

20. Since You Broke My Heart

21. Cathy's Clown

22. Always It's You

23. When Will I Be Loved

24. Be-Bop-A-Lula

25. So Sad

Disc 2

1. Lucille

2. Like Strangers

3. Brand New Heartache

4. Leave My Woman Alone

5. Walk Right Back

6. Ebony Eyes

7. Temptation

8. Stick With Me, Baby

9. Don't Blame Me

10. Muskrat

11. Crying In The Rain

12. I'm Not Angry

13. That's Old Fashioned

14. How Can I Meet Her

15. I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail

16. Lightning Express

17. No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile

18. Don't Ask Me To Be Friends

19. Keep A Knockin'

20. Rip It Up

21. Hey Doll Baby

22. Roving Gambler

23. Oh So Many Years

24. Put My Little Shoes Away

25. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine

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Track List: All I Have To Do Is Dream

1. All I Have To Do Is Dream

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Track List: Wake Up Little Susie (Single)

1. Wake Up Little Susie

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Track List: Pass The Chicken & Listen

1. Lay It Down

2. Husbands And Wives

3. Woman Don't Try To Tie Me Down

4. Sweet Memories

5. Ladies Love Outlaws

6. Not Fade Away

7. Watchin' It Go

8. Paradise

9. Somebody Nobody Knows

10. Good Hearted Woman

11. A Nickel For The Fiddler

12. Rocky Top

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Track List: American Legends

1. Cathy's Clown

2. All I Have To Do Is Dream

3. Wake Up Little Susie

4. Bye Bye Love

5. ('Till) I Kissed You

6. Let It Be Me

7. When Will I Be Loved

8. Walk Right Back

9. Bird Dog

10. Crying In The Rain

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Track List: Rock N' Roll Live

1. Bye Bye Love (Live)

2. Wake Up Little Susie (Live)

3. All I Have To Do Is Dream (Live)

4. Claudette (Live)

5. Bird Dog (Live)

6. ('Till) I Kissed You (Live)

7. Let It Be Me (Live)

8. Cathy's Clown (Live)

9. When Will I Be Loved (Live)

10. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (Live)

11. Lucille (Live)

12. Walk Right Back (Live)

14. Temptation (Live)

15. Crying In The Rain (Live)

16. Gone, Gone, Gone (Live)

17. The Price Of Love (Live)

18. Love Is Strange (Live)

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Track List: "They're Off And Rolling" Says Archie

1. This Little Girl Of Mine

2. Maybe Tomorrow

3. Bye Bye Love

4. Brand New Heartache

5. Keep A-Knockin'

6. Be Bop-A-Lula

7. Rip It Up

8. I Wonder If I Care As Much

9. Wake Up Little Susie

10. Leave My Woman Alone

11. Should We Tell Him

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Track List: The Everly Brothers In Concert

1. Wake Up Little Susie

2. Love Is Strange

3. Step It Up And Go

4. Put My Little Shoes Away

5. Claudette

6. All I Have To Do Is Dream

7. Temptation

9. Cathy's Clown

10. Price Of Love

11. When Will I Be Loved

13. Till I Kissed You

14. Bye Bye Love

15. Lucille

16. Good Golly Miss Molly

17. So Sad

18. Let It Be Me

19. You Send Me

20. Bird Dog

21. Be Bop A Lula

22. For The Love Of Barbara Allen

23. Crying In The Rain

24. Walk Right Back

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Track List: Everly Brothers : At The Royal Albert Hall (Live)

1. The Price Of Love (Live)

2. Walk Right Back (Live)

3. Claudette (Live)

4. Crying In The Rain (Live)

5. Love Is Strange (Live)

7. When Will I Be Loved (Live)

8. Bird Dog (Live)

10. Ebony Eyes (Live)

12. Gone Gone Gone (Live)

13. Cathy's Clown (Live)

14. You Send Me (Live)

15. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (Live)

16. Bye Bye Love (Live)

17. All I Have To Do Is Dream (Live)

18. Wake Up Little Susie (Live)

19. Till I Kissed You (Live)

20. Temptation (Live)

21. Be Bop A Lula (Live)

22. Lucille (Live)

24. Good Golly Miss Molly (Live)

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Track List: Too Good To Be True (Unreleased 1950s Recordings)

1. That's Too Good To Be True

2. I Wonder If I Care As Much

4. Maybe Tomorrow

6. Should We Tell Him

8. Since You Broke My Heart

12. Made To Love

15. Dancing On My Feet

17. When Will I Be Loved

18. It's All Over

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Track List: The New Album

1. Silent Treatment

2. Dancing On My Feet (1962)

3. Gran Mamou

4. Burma Shave

5. Nancy's Minuet

6. He's Got My Sympathy

7. Little Hollywood Girl

8. Omaha

9. Empty Boxes

10. I Can't Say Goodbye To You

11. Nothing Matters But You

12. When Snowflakes Fall In Summer

13. I'll See Your Light

14. Why Not

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Track List: The Everly Brothers Sing Great Country Hits

1. Oh, Lonesome Me

2. Born To Lose

3. Just One Time

4. Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On

5. Release Me

6. Please Help Me, I'm Falling

7. I Walk The Line

8. Lonely Street

9. Silver Threads And Golden Needles

10. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

11. Sweet Dreams

12. This Is The Last Song I'm Ever Going To Sing

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Track List: In Our Image

1. Leave My Girl Alone

2. (Why Am I) Chained To A Memory

3. I'll Never Get Over You

4. The Doll House Is Empty

5. Glitter And Gold

6. (You Got) The Power Of Love

7. The Price Of Love

8. It's All Over

9. I Used To Love You

10. Lovey Kravezit

11. June Is As Cold As December

12. It Only Costs A Dime

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Track List: The Everly Brothers Show

1. Introduction (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

2. Mama Tried (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

3. Kentucky (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

4. Bowling Green (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

5. ('Til) I Kissed You (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

6. Wake Up Little Susie (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

7. Cathy's Clown (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

8. Bird Dog (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

9. Mabellene (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

10. Medley: Rock And Roll Music / The End / Aquarius / If I Were A Carpenter / The Price Of Love / The Thrill Is Gone / Games People Play (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

11. Baby What You Want Me To Do (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

12. All I Have To Do Is Dream (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

13. Walk Right Back (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

14. Medley: Susie Q / Hey Jude (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

15. Lord Of The Manor (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

16. I Wonder If I Care As Much (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

17. Love Is Strange (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

18. Medley: Let It Be Me / Give Peace A Chance (Live At The Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, Feb. 6, 1970)

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Track List: Beat & Soul

1. Love Is Strange (Remastered Version)

2. Money (That's What I Want)

3. What Am I Living For

4. Hi Heel Sneakers

5. See See Rider (Remastered Version)

6. Lonely Avenue

7. Man Wth Money (Remastered Version)

8. People Get Ready

9. My Babe

10. Walking The Dog

11. I Almost Lost My Mind

12. The Girl Can't Help It

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Track List: Both Sides Of An Evening

1. My Mammy

2. Muskrat (Remastered Version)

3. My Gal Sal

4. Grandfather's Clock

5. Bully Of The Town

6. Chlo-E

7. Mention My Name In Sheboygan

8. Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo

9. The Wayward Wind (Remastered Version)

10. Don't Blame Me

11. Now Is The Hour [Maori Farewell Song]

12. Little Old Lady

13. When I Grow Too Old To Dream (Remastered Version)

14. Love Is Where You Find It

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Track List: Gone Gone Gone

1. Donna, Donna

2. Lonely Island

3. The Facts Of Life

4. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby

5. Love Is All I Need

6. Torture

7. The Drop Out

8. Radio And TV

9. Honolulu

10. It's Been A Long Dry Spell

11. The Ferris Wheel

12. Gone, Gone, Gone

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Track List: The Hit Sound Of The Everly Brothers

1. Blueberry Hill

2. I'm Movin' On

3. Devils's Child

4. Trains And Boats And Planes

5. Sea Of Heartbreak

6. Oh, Boy!

7. (I'd Be) A Legend In My Time

8. Let's Go Get Stoned

9. Sticks And Stones

10. The House Of The Rising Sun

11. She Never Smiles Anymore

12. Good Golly, Miss Molly

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Track List: Rock 'N Soul

1. That'll Be The Day

2. So Fine

3. Maybellene

4. Dancing In The Street

5. Kansas City

6. I Got A Woman

7. Love Hurts (Alternate Version)

8. Slippin' And Slidin'

9. Susie Q

10. Hound Dog

11. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town

12. Lonely Weekends

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Track List: 20th Century Masters - The Millenium Collection: The Everly Brothers

1. Bye Bye Love

2. Wake Up Little Susie

3. All I Have To Do Is Dream

4. Bird Dog

5. Devoted To You

6. ('Til) I Kissed You

7. Let It Be Me

8. When Will I Be Loved

9. Cathy's Clown

10. Walk Right Back

11. Crying In The Rain

12. On The Wings Of A Nightingale

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Track List: A Night At The Royal Albert Hall: The Complete Reunion Show (Live)

Disc 1

1. The Price Of Love (Live)

2. Walk Right Back (Live)

3. Claudette

4. Crying In The Rain (Live)

5. Love Is Strange (Live)

6. Take A Message To Mary (Medley Version)

7. Maybe Tomorrow (Medley Version)

8. I Wonder If I Care As Much (Medley Version)

9. When Will I Be Loved (Live)

10. Bird Dog (Live)

11. Devoted To You (Medley Version)

12. Ebony Eyes (Medley Version)

13. Lover Hurts (Medley Version)

14. Barbara Allen

15. Lightning Express

16. Put My Little Shoes Away

17. Long Time Gone (Live)

18. Down In The Willow Garden

19. Step It Up & Go

Disc 2

1. Cathy's Clown (Live)

2. Gone, Gone, Gone (Live)

3. You Send Me

4. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (Live)

5. Blues (Stay Away From Me)

6. Bye Bye Love (Live)

7. All I Had To Do Is Dream (Live)

8. Wake Up, Little Susie (Live)

9. (Till) I Kissed You (Live)

10. Temptation (Live)

11. Be-Bop-A-Lula

12. Lucille (Live)

13. Let It Be Me (Live)

14. Good Golly Miss Molly

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Track List: All-Time Original Hits

1. Bye Bye Love

2. Wake Up Little Susie

3. All I Have To Do Is Dream

4. Bird Dog

5. Devoted To You

6. Problems

7. Take A Message To Mary

8. Till I Kissed You

9. Let It Be Me

10. When Will I Be Loved

11. Cathy's Clown

12. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)

13. Ebony Eyes

14. Walk Right Back

15. That's Old Fashioned

16. Crying In The Rain

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Track List: Walk Right Back: The Everly Brothers On Warner Bros. 1960 To 1969

Disc 1

1. Cathy's Clown

2. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)

3. Walk Right Back

4. Love Hurts

5. Sleepless Nights

6. Nashville Blues

7. Lucille

8. What Kind Of Girl Are You

9. Made To Love

10. Radio And Tv

11. Stick With Me Baby

12. Always It's You

13. Temptation

14. Ebony Eyes

15. Crying In The Rain

16. Don't Blame Me

17. True Love

18. That's Old Fashioned (That's The Way Love Should Be)

19. Nancy's Minuet

20. I'm Not Angry

21. How Can I Meet Her?

22. Burma Shave

23. Muskrat

24. Just One Time

25. Lonely Street

26. Sweet Dreams

Disc 2

1. The Price Of Love

2. Man With Money

3. Love Is Strange

4. Give Me A Sweetheart

5. You're The One I Love

6. You're My Girl

7. Kiss Your Man Goodbye

8. Gone, Gone, Gone

9. Don't Let The Whole World Know

10. Don't Forget To Cry

11. Nothing Matters But You

12. It's All Over

13. Empty Boxes

14. Bowling Green

15. Love Of The Common People

16. (I'd Be) A Legend In My Time

17. I'm Movin' On

18. T For Texas

19. I Wonder If I Care As Much

20. Lord Of The Manor

21. Sing Me Back Home

22. Shady Grove

23. Cuckoo Bird

24. I'm On My Way Home Again

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Track List: Best Of The Everly Brothers - Rare Solo Classics

1. Let It Be Me

2. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)

3. Sweet Southern Love

4. Brother Jukebox

5. Dare To Dream Again

6. Since You Broke My Heart

7. Lonely Days

8. Yesterday Just Passed My Way Again

9. Night Rider

10. Deep Water

11. Love At Last Sight

12. Never Like This

13. Lettin' Go

14. Turn The Memories Loose Again

15. In Your Eyes

16. Oh, I'd Like To Go Away

17. Oh What A Feeling

18. Love Angel

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Track List: The Fabulous Style Of The Everly Brothers

1. Like Strangers

2. Since You Broke My Heart

3. Let It Be Me

4. Oh, What A Feeling

5. Take A Message To Mary

6. Brand New Heartache

7. When Will I Be Loved

8. Rip It Up

9. 'Til I Kissed You

10. Hey, Doll Baby

11. Poor Jenny

12. Be-Bop-A-Lula

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Track List: Roots

1. Introduction: The Everly Brothers Family (1952)

2. Mama Tried

3. Less Of Me

4. T For Texas

5. I Wonder If I Care As Much

6. Ventura Boulevard

7. Shady Grove (Reissued)

8. Illinois

9. Living To Close To The Ground

10. You Done Me Wrong

11. Turn Around

12. Sing Me Back Home (Remastered)

13. Montage: The Everly Family (1952)/Shady Grove/Kentucky

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Track List: The Everly Brothers Sing

1. Bowling Green

2. A Voice Within

3. I Don't Want To Love You

4. It's All Over

5. Deliver Me

6. Talking To The Flowers

7. Mary Jane

8. I'm Finding It Rough

9. Do You

10. Somebody Help Me

11. A Whiter Shade Of Pale

12. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy

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Track List: Two Yanks In England

1. Somebody Help Me (Remastered Version)

2. So Lonely (Remastered Version)

3. Kiss Your Man Goodbye (Remastered Version)

4. Signs That Will Never Change (Remastered Version)

5. Like Everytime Before

6. Pretty Flamingo

7. I've Been Wrong Before (Remastered Version)

8. Have You Ever Loved Somebody (Remastered Version)

9. The Collector (Remastered Version)

10. Don't Run And Hide (Remastered Version)

11. Fifi The Flea

12. Hard Hard Year

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Track List: Instant Party

1. Step It Up And Go (Remastered LP Version)

2. Theme From "Carnival" [Love Makes The World Go 'Round]

3. Jezebel

4. True Love

5. Bye Bye Blackbird (Remastered Version)

6. When It's Night-Time In Italy It's Wednesday Over Here

7. Oh, My Pa-Pa [O Mein Papa]

8. Trouble In Mind

9. Autumn Leaves

10. Long Lost John

11. The Party's Over

12. Ground Hawg

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Track List: A Date With The Everly Brothers

1. Made To Love

2. That's Just Too Much

3. Stick With Me Baby

4. Baby What You Want Me To Do

5. Sigh, Cry, Almost Die

6. Always It's True

7. Love Hurts

8. Lucille

9. So How Come (No One Loves Me)

10. Donna, Donna

11. A Change Of Heart

12. Cathy's Clown

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Track List: It's Everly Time

1. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)

2. Just In Case

3. Memories Are Made Of This

4. That's What You Do To Me

5. Sleepless Nights

6. What Kind Of Girl Are You

7. True Love

8. Carol Jane

9. Some Sweet Day

10. Nashville Blues

11. You Thrill Me (Through And Through)

12. I Want To Know

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Track List: Songs Our Daddy Taught Us

1. Roving Gambler

2. Down In The Willow Garden

3. Long Time Gone

4. Lightning Express

5. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine

6. Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet

7. Barbara Allen

8. Oh, So Many Years

9. I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail

10. Rocking Alone (In An Old Rocking Chair)

11. Kentucky

12. Put My Little Shoes Away

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cdokken7
I have loved this song since I was a little girl ❤️
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Great Harmony.
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So sad to watch love go bad.
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mejores047
Do not read this.You will be kissed on the nearest friday by the love of your life.Now that you've started reading this don't stop.But if you read this and ignore it then you will have very bad luck .Put this on 15 other songs in 143 minutes
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suzanne884
What a team they were I still love listening to their music. It soothes me
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They had such a great sound .
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They were cousins of prolific character actor James Best, who probably is best known for playing Sheriff Roscoe Coltrane on The Dukes of Hazard.
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Todo lo que tengo que hacer es soñar, preciosa canción de Los Hermanos Everly.
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The Harmony the had was just great . Really liked their music
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I like this music.
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Magical sound from there voices and sweet sounding guitars which will never be matched...
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My brother's were older than myself so I grew up with them listening to 50s and 60s music on our old Magnavox phonograph. Every Bros. We're always one my favourites.
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Excelente canción. En español la cantó "Tony Landa", y tuvo por nombre "Tu amor por mí".
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Righteous brothers
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suza4765
Leslie gore?
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With out your sweet love
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I like you're songs there great
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So stupid!! God wasn't driving. You Idiot!!
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Iloveyourson g g r e a t j o b
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Without your sweet love
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I like it to and the singer to
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Nightmare on Elm street ��
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These brothers where great. Tell me you love me only.
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Let it be me great words. The Everly Brothers
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When music was not washed over
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Love all the sixties songs Great beat Used to jive and dance to all these great songs 50 years ago and now I do spin for 50 minutes in my gym at home Great mix and beat eu
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I miss all the music of the 60 s!and the 70 s!
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I love every song Everly brothers did. I miss the 60 s! And all that great music.
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Perfect Harmony.... Wowww!
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I joined the Marine Corp in Sept 1960. After boot camp I was in the PX and there they were Don and Phil Everly. They had joined the reserves and I was 17 year old with a 4 year hitch. I seen them again in 29 Palms in 1964 just before I got discharged. Great experience I miss Phil. RIP
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My favorite song by them
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I love you and your friends 4G .If you are a few of the most important things to say that the only one that is a good day. 3 I am not sure how to 4G. The first thing you need a new study of 3 .If 22. If the answer to this email address. 7 .If you have to go to bed 4 2. If you 2. If you 2. If you 3d .I will be 20th
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I LOVE SHA NA NA. I WISH THEY WOULD HAVE A REUNION OF ALL THE ORIGINAL MEMBERS.
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I had two older sisters that played their 45s. 50s were a great time to grow up.
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Amen.❤✌❤
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Love their harmonies
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Brothers class act act
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mloner24 I whole-hearte d l y agree with you. I saw them in the 90's and they were still harmonizing.
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These two were the very best duo çoming out of the 'Oldies’ era! They're right up there with the Righteous Brothers.
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mary7661
Such a fabulous sound and great songs from these guys.
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Songs like this encourage all of us to become the persons we are now. Thank you families, writers, producers and Pandora.
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gioar24
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Great overview.
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moonsister22
Funny story. My best friend and I loved rock and roll so much that we decided it was sinful. Along came the Everly Brothers song ,"Bye Bye Love". The feeling it gave us convinced us that indeed R and R was definitely sinful so we vowed never to listen again. In three days we were suffering from R and R withdrawal. I was the first to crack. I ran to the record store and bought the single of Bye Bye Love and listened until the record was almost worn smooth. Such is the power of good music and the
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these guys were part of me growing up as a teenager, living in Germany.
I wanna go back, I wanna go baaaaaaaaack . .....They had some great hits. Thanks Pandora.
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No. Word can say how. How good the oldies are out of this world
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dragonlady60 8 8
These guys bring happy memories
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cdokken7
To hope, and then to, dream ��
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His music is still cherished and I wish I knew his playlist of other artsts.
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I enjoyed the impeccable harmony that the Everly Brothers possessed when they performed their songs. One song in particular, is my favorite - " I'll Do My Crying in the Rain "!!( excuse errors involving capitalizati o n ) I wonder if Pandora carries that song. Tammy Wynette also recorded this song and both renditions were excellent. As Pandora has an excellent repertoire of music, hopefully, they have one or both of the completely different renditions.
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