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The Everly Brothers – Rock (2013)

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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

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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