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The Everly Brothers ‎– Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (1958)

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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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