Pop & Miscellaneous The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139.html Thu, 20 Jun 2024 19:31:00 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Everly Brothers - A Date with The Everly Brothers (1960) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/15356-everly-brothers-a-date-with-the-everly-brothers-1960.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/15356-everly-brothers-a-date-with-the-everly-brothers-1960.html Everly Brothers - A Date with The Everly Brothers (1960)

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1. Made To Love	2:04	
2. That's Just Too Much		2:41	
3. Stick With Me Baby	1:56
4. Baby What You Want Me To Do	2:21
5. Sigh, Cry, Almost Die	2:16	
6. Always It's You	2:30
7. Love Hurts	2:22
8. Lucille	2:32	
9. So How Come [No One Loves Me]	2:18	
10. Donna, Donna	2:14	
11. A Change Of Heart	2:05	
12. Cathy's Clown	2:25

Musicians:
    Don Everly – guitar, vocals
    Phil Everly – guitar, vocals

 

Although the material is not on the killer level of It's Everly Time, there are some very fine songs on their second Warner LP. Includes "Cathy's Clown," their raucous cover of Little Richard's "Lucille," "Love Hurts" (which preceded Roy Orbison's hit version), and "So How Come" (covered by the Beatles in 1963 on the BBC). ---Richie Unterberger, Rovi

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Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love (2009) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/3739-everly-brothers-bye-bye-love-2cd-2009.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/3739-everly-brothers-bye-bye-love-2cd-2009.html Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love (2009)

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Disc 1
1. Bye Bye Love 2:19
2. All I Have To Do Is Dream 2:19
3. Wake Up Little Susie 2:00
4. Bird Dog 2:13
5. Keep A Knockin' 2:16
6. Claudette 2:15
7. This Little Girl Of Mine 2:17
8. I Wonder If I Care As Much 2:15
9. Hey Doll Baby 2:08
10.Oh So Many Years 2:38
11.Kentucky 3:11
12.Long Time Gone 2:26
13.Should We Tell Him 2:05
14.Put My Little Shoes Away 3:20
15.Leave My Woman Alone 2:34
16.Cathy's Clown (Live) (Bonus) 2:41

Disc 2
1. Bird Dog (Live) (Bonus) 2:36
2. Devoted To You 2:24
3. Maybe Tomorrow 2:05
4. Be Bop A Lula 2:18
5. Barbara Allen 4:43
6. Problems 1:58
7. Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet 2:42
8. Poor Jenny 2:15
9. Brand New Heartache 2:19
10.Love Of My Life 2:04
11.Rocking Alone (In An Old Rocking Chair) 3:02
12.Lightning Express (Please Mr. Conductor) 4:55
13.That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 3:11
14.I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail 3:38
15.Roving Gambler 3:41
16.Rose Connolly (Down In The Willow Garden) 3:05
17.Crying In The Rain (Live) (Bonus) 3:52
18.Walk Right Back (Live) (Bonus) 3:47.

 

2009 collection from the Rock duo featuring their first two albums from 1958 (The Everly Brothers and Songs Our Daddy Taught Us) plus four bonus tracks the Everly Brothers career took off in 1957 and the following year they released these two albums Although marketed as Rock 'N' Rollers, their musical background was very much Folk/Country based. On this release we see both sides of duo's musical personality. 28 tracks. Xtra. ---Editorial Reviews, amazon.com

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Everly Brothers - The Birchmere, Alexandria, VA 2000 http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/3243-everly-brothers-the-birchmere-alexandria-va-2000.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/3243-everly-brothers-the-birchmere-alexandria-va-2000.html Everly Brothers - The Birchmere, Alexandria, VA 2000

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01 Green River
02 Kentucky
03 Bowling Green
04 So Sad
05 Claudette
06 Crying In The Rain
07 When Will I Be Loved
08 Medley: Devoted To You / Love Hurts / I Wonder If I Care as Much
09 Bye Bye Love
10 All I Have To Do Is Dream
11 Steel Guitar Instrumental - Buddy Emmons
12 Restless - - Albert Lee
13 Long time Gone
14 Blues Stay Away From Me
15 'Till I Kissed You
16 Cathy's Clown
17 Wake Up Little Susie
18 Lucille
19 Let It Be Me
20 T For Texas
21 Walk Right Back

THE EVERLY BROTHERS
The Birchmere
Alexandria, VA
August 31st 2000

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The Everly Brothers - Some Hearts (1988) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/15297-the-everly-brothers-some-hearts-1988.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/15297-the-everly-brothers-some-hearts-1988.html The Everly Brothers - Some Hearts (1988)

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Side One
01 - Some Hearts.
02 - Don't Worry Baby.
03 - Ride The Wind.
04 - Be My Love Again.
05 - Can't Get Over It.

Side Two
01 - Angel Of The Darkness.
02 - Brown Eyes.
03 - Three Bands Of Steel.
04 - Julianne.
05 - Any Single Solitary Heart

Musicians:
    Don Everly - vocals, guitar
    Phil Everly - vocals, guitar
    Albert Lee – guitar
    Larrie Londin – drums
    Pete Wingfield – keyboards
    Hank DeVito – pedal steel guitar

 

I have all three of the Everly Brothers' Mercury Studio albums. I like this last album just as much as the first two (produced by Dave Edmunds). "Some Hearts," produced by Don and Phil themselves, features what they do best - love songs, and they sing them from the heart. Once again their songs capture interesting observations about falling in and out of love. Like their first two 80s albums, this last one brings the Everlys' sound up to date while keeping the emphasis on their crisp, stirring voices. Standouts, for me, include the ballad: "Be My Love Again" and the stompers: "Can't Get Over It," "Ride the Wind" and "Angel of the Darkness." There is always a bit of country and a lot of rock and roll in the Everly sound. And what is true of their music overall also holds for their last studio album, namely, you'll never grow tired of listening to it. --- Debra Turner, amazon.com

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The Everly Brothers - The Very Best Of The Cadence Era (2005) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/23468-the-everly-brothers-the-very-best-of-the-cadence-era-2005.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/23468-the-everly-brothers-the-very-best-of-the-cadence-era-2005.html The Everly Brothers - The Very Best Of The Cadence Era (2005)

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01. Bye Bye Love
02. Wake Up Little Susie
03. Bird Dog
04. Claudette
05. Problems
06. Leave My Woman Alone
07. Hey Doll Baby
08. When Will I Be Loved
09. (‘Til) I Kissed You
10. Should We Tell Him
11. Poor Jenny
12. Rip It Up
13. Be Bop A-Lula
14. This Little Girl of Mine
15. Take a Message to Mary
16. Devoted to You
17. All I Have to Do Is Dream
18. I Wonder If I Care As Much
19. Love of My Life
20. Let It Be Me
21. Like Strangers
22. I'm Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail

 

Phil and Don Everly had earned a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame before the ink had even dried on their Warner Bros. contract; later Top 10 singles like “Cathy's Clown,” “Walk Right Back” and “Crying In The Rain” only added to their legacy. That fact was reflected on 1964's THE VERY BEST OF THE EVERLY BROTHERS collection, whose dozen tracks were split evenly between songs from their earlier Cadence period and their WB hits. While these versions of those Cadence classics (including “Bye Bye Love,” “Wake Up Little Susie” and “All I Have To Do Is Dream”) are re-recordings, before you purists start writing your congressman, give them a listen. Faithful to the original arrangements and featuring some of the original session men, these remakes capture the siblings' matchless harmonies with much greater fidelity in true stereo versions only available here. THE VERY BEST OF THE EVERLY BROTHERS features some of the most well-crafted and memorable pop-rock of the pre-Beatles era. ---rhino.com

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The Everly Brothers - Two Yanks In England (1966) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/7530-the-everly-brothers-two-yanks-in-england-1966.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/7530-the-everly-brothers-two-yanks-in-england-1966.html The Everly Brothers - Two Yanks In England (1966)

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1. The Everly Brothers - Somebody Help Me (2:00) play
2. The Everly Brothers - So Lonely (2:38)
3. The Everly Brothers - Kiss Your Man Goodbye (2:33)
4. The Everly Brothers - Signs That Will Never Change (3:04) play
5. The Everly Brothers - Like Everytime Before (1:55)
6. The Everly Brothers - Pretty Flamingo (2:35)
7. The Everly Brothers - I've Been Wrong Before (2:12)
8. The Everly Brothers - Have You Ever Loved Somebody (2:47)
9. The Everly Brothers - The Collector (2:53)
10. The Everly Brothers - Don't Run And Hide (2:36)
11. The Everly Brothers - Fifi The Flea (2:39)
12. The Everly Brothers - Hard Hard Year (2:56)
Don Everly - Composer, Guitar, Vocals Phil Everly - Composer, Guitar, Vocals

 

At first glance, this seems like a cash-in on the British Invasion. Recorded in London in 1966, no less than eight of the 12 songs were written by the Hollies (who released their own versions of many of the tunes). There are also covers of hits by the Spencer Davis Group and Manfred Mann. With a harder rock guitar sound (though not overdone or inappropriate) than previous Everlys discs, the duo's interpretations are actually worth hearing in their own right. The harmonies are fabulous, and indeed, the Everlys improve a few of the Hollies' songs substantially. "So Lonely" and "Hard Hard Year," in particular, have a lot more force, transforming the tunes from decent Hollies album tracks to excellence. Because so much of the material is non-original, this couldn't be placed in the top rank of Everly Brothers recordings. But it is a good effort that shows them, almost ten years after "Bye Bye Love," still at the top of their game and still heavily committed to a rock & roll sound. This was a bold contrast to other '50s white rock & rollers with roots in country, most of who had retreated to tamer country-oriented sounds by the mid-'60s. ---Richie Unterberger, AllMusic Review

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The Everly Brothers ‎– Gone, Gone, Gone (1965) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/25397-the-everly-brothers--gone-gone-gone-1965.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/25397-the-everly-brothers--gone-gone-gone-1965.html The Everly Brothers ‎– Gone, Gone, Gone (1965)

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A1 	Donna, Donna	2:12
A2 	Lonely Island	2:11
A3 	The Facts Of Life	2:02
A4 	Ain't That Lovin' You Baby	2:00
A5 	Love Is All I Need	1:53
A6 	Torture	2:20
B1 	The Dropout	2:15
B2 	Radio And TV	2:11
B3 	Honolulu	1:46
B4 	It's Been A Long Dry Spell	2:25
B5 	The Ferris Wheel	2:15
B6 	Gone, Gone, Gone	1:58

Don Everly - Guitar, Vocals
Phil Everly - Guitar, Vocals 

 

Issued at the beginning of 1965, Gone, Gone, Gone kicked off the second half of the 1960s for the Everly Brothers, after a half-decade of work for Warner Brothers that had seen their albums go through some strange twists and turns. Their longplayers had started in a straightforward and highly successful fashion with 1960's Top Ten LPs It's Everly Time and A Date with the Everly Brothers, both of them offering diverse new material that nonetheless all fell into the umbrella of rock'n'roll. For the next four years, however, the Everlys seemed incapable of concocting anything so conventional when it came time to issuing albums. Their two 1961 efforts, Both Sides of an Evening and Instant Party, were ersatz concept albums of sorts that leaned heavily on non-rock pop standards and film/Broadway tunes, while 1963's Sing Great Country Hits was entirely devoted to covers of popular country songs. There was also a Christmas album and two hits compilations, one of which actually contained some re-recordings of numbers they'd first done for Cadence Records before joining the Warners roster. Gone, Gone, Gone was a return, at last, to the relatively standard format albums were supposed to offer: new material, in the pop-rock style the brothers were known for, with a hit single or two.

Or was it? For although it was anchored by the Everlys' first Top Forty hit single in two-and-a-half years, and although much of it had been cut in Nashville in 1964, in truth it was a rather patchwork assembly of tracks that had been recorded at various points over previous four of five years, some of them dating back as far as 1960. "Donna Donna" had first appeared way back on 1960's A Date with the Everly Brothers, though perhaps Warners' curious decision to put it on a B-side in the mid-'60s (coupled with another cut from A Date with the Everly Brothers) played a part in getting it on Gone, Gone, Gone -- as the opening song, no less. "Lonely Island" and "Radio and TV" had also been recorded in 1960, though they were left unreleased at the time. Meanwhile, four of the twelve songs had already seen release as singles in 1964: not just "Gone, Gone, Gone," but also its B-side, "Torture," as well as "Ain't That Lovin' You Baby" and "The Ferris Wheel." ---Richie Unterberger, richieunterberger.com

 

A jumble of tracks from varying sessions that, despite some excellent moments, were indicative of the general directionlessness of the Everlys' career at this point. The title song was their final Top 40 single of the '60s, and indeed one of their greatest performances. "The Ferris Wheel," also a 1964 single, was a decent, moody ballad that was a minor hit in both America and the U.K; for some reason, it was excluded from the double-CD compilation of their best '60s work, Walk Right Back. Otherwise, the album contains a few other songs cut in 1964, and some odds and ends from sessions in the early '60s. The Everlys, John D. Loudermilk, and the great Boudleaux/Felice Bryant songwriting team wrote almost all of the material on this album, but unfortunately it was not up to the standards of either the writers or the performers. ---Richie Unterberger, AllMusic Review

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The Everly Brothers ‎– Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (1958) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/23788-the-everly-brothers--songs-our-daddy-taught-us-1958.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/23788-the-everly-brothers--songs-our-daddy-taught-us-1958.html The Everly Brothers ‎– Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (1958)

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A1 	Roving Gambler 	
A2 	Down In The Willow Garden 	
A3 	Long Time Gone 	
A4 	Lightning Express 	
A5 	That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 	
A6 	Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet 	
B1 	Barbara Allen 	
B2 	Oh So Many Years 	
B3 	I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail 	
B4 	Rockin' Alone (In An Old Rocking Chair) 	
B5 	Kentucky 	
B6 	Put My Little Shoes Away

Don Everly — guitar, vocals
Phil Everly — guitar, vocals
Floyd Chance — upright bass

 

The Everlys had reached their commercial peak when they made this album of sparsely arranged traditional songs, a concept that was quite a surprise from a top rock & roll act, and considerably ahead of its time. It's actually not as enduring as their early rockers and pop ballads, but the singing is superb on their interpretations of standards like "Barbara Allen" and "Kentucky." ---Richie Unterberger, AllMusic Review

 

Beautiful, sparse and with some of the best and most heartfelt singing of their careers - if you like Gillian Welch then you'll love this. To modern ears some of the lyrics seem corny but if you want to know the songs that influenced that melancholy and perfect harmony singing this is is a great place to find out. "Put my little shoes away" and "I'm here to get my baby out of jail" are personal favourites "Down in the willow garden" is a nice example of an old timey murder ballad. ---Ute Man, allmusic.com

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The Everly Brothers – Rock (2013) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/14290-the-everly-brothers-rock-2013.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1139-everly-brothers/14290-the-everly-brothers-rock-2013.html The Everly Brothers – Rock (2013)

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01 – Bye, Bye Love
02 – Should We Tell Him
03 – Wake Up, Little Susie
04 – Hey, Doll Baby
05 – Keep-A-Knockin’
06 – Leave My Woman Alone
07 – Rip It Up
08 – This Little Girl Of Mine
09 – Be Bop A Lula
10 – Claudette
11 – Bird Dog
12 – Problems
13 – Poor Jenny (Ten O’clock Version)
14 – Till I Kissed You
15 – Since You Broke My Heart
16 – When Will I Be Loved
17 – Cathy’s Clown
18 – I Want You To Know
19 – Lucille
20 – Baby What You Want Me To Do
21 – Made To Love
22 – So How Come (No One Loves Me)
23 – Temptation
24 – Step It Up And Go
25 – I’m Not Angry
26 – Burma Shave
27 – How Can I Meet Her
28 – What About Me
29 – Nice Guy
30 – Dancing On My Feet

Personnel:
Don Everly – guitar, vocals
Phil Everly – guitar, vocals
William Everett Strange - guitar
Lloyd Nelson Trotman - bass
Hank Rowland – piano
Earl Cyril Palmer Jr. – drums
Mundell Lowe - guitar (electric)
Alfred McKibbon – bass
Marvin H. Hughes - piano
Junior Huskey - bass
Raymond Johnson – piano
Murrey M. "Buddy" Harman Jr. 	- drums
Walter Haynes - guitar (steel)
Barry Galbraith 	- guitar
Walter L. "Hank Sugarfoot" Garland - guitar (electric)
Howard Collins - guitar
Floyd Cramer - piano
Sonny Curtis - guitar
Jimmy Day - guitar (steel)
Ray Edenton – guitar
Jerry Byrd - bass
Floyd T. Lightnin' Chance – bass
Harold Ray Bradley - guitar
Luther Brandon – guitar
Jerry Allison - drums
Tommy Allsup - guitar
Chet Atkins - guitars
The Anita Kerr Singers - choir/chorus

 

One of two companion Everly Brothers compilations Bear Family released in early 2013, Rock contains exactly what the title promises: 30 rockers from the greatest harmony duo of its time. The 30 songs on this single disc were recorded between 1957 and 1962, meaning it favors their big '50s hits for Cadence but also has a smattering of sides for Warner, and its lengthy running time means this doesn't just have hits ("Bye Bye Love," "Wake Up, Little Suzie," "Claudette," "Bird Dog") but also digs deep into their catalog, offering covers of Ray Charles, Little Richard, Jimmy Reed, and Gene Vincent, some originals by the Everlys, some alternate takes, and a bunch of lesser-known hit singles, many of which are excellent. There's more variety here than on its companion Ballads, partially due to the definition of "rock & roll" also encompassing pop songs like "Cathy's Clown" and "Till I Kissed You" -- superb singles that don't rock as hard as much of the rest of the material here -- but also because the '60s Warner material has wilder production, including the fuzz guitar on "I'm Not Angry" and the wild run through Roger Miller's "Burma Shave." the Everlys could pretty much do it all -- and they did even more in the back half of the '60s, which isn't chronicled here -- but this does a wonderful job of distilling their brilliant prime. It may not have the softer singles like "All I Have to Do Is Dream" but that just means that the accompanying Ballads should be acquired along with Rock, resulting in a near-definitive double-disc overview of the Everlys' popular peak. --- Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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