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No group of the first rock & roll era harmonized quite like the Everly Brothers; inspired by the close harmonies of great sibling country acts like the Louvin Brothers and the Stanley Brothers, Don and Phil Everly took that sound and adapted it to pop music, giving it a new and lively touch without robbing their songs of their emotional crimosinlfutabunoutropewacera.co: $
The German label Bear Family has compiled an unprecedented history of the Louvins, the only thorough source for the brothers' early, hard-to-find, but exquisite Apollo and MGM recordings. The sonic quality, gorgeous color photography, precise and extensive discography, and notes by country music scholar Charles Wolfe set a new standard for the /5(12).
the Louvin Brothers continued to record during the early '60s, turning out a number of theme albums -- including tributes to the Delmore Brothers and Roy Acuff, as well as gospel records like Satan Is Real -- as well as singles. "I Love You Best of All" and "How's the World Treating You" reached numbers 12 and 26 respectively in , the first.
LOUVIN BROTHERS Vinyl Records and CDs Born and raised in Alabama's Appalachian Mountains, Charlie and Ira Louvin were a Close Harmony Brother Act inspired by many of the family-strung Country Folk bands of the s.
The complete edition of the Louvin Brothers. Every recording - Apollo, Decca, MGM and Capitol - complete. They were the act that set the standard, the act that everyone still regards as the high point of country harmony. and the ultra-rare tribute albums to the Delmore Brothers and Roy Acuff. The last word on the first name in harmony.