Songs Our Daddy Taught Us CD (2002)

Artist: Everly Brothers

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Label Ace (uk)
SKU 60015940
UPC 029667107525
UPC 14 00029667107525
Format CD
Release Date 4/9/2002
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Author Everly Brothers
Compilation Appearance Vol. 2-Oldies But Goodies
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Compilation Appearance 50's Romantic Hits
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Artist Influence Bill Monroe
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Technical Info
Engineer Shelby Coffen; R.L. Farris
Producer Archie Bleyer
CatalogID CDCHM 75
Lable Name Ace (Label)
Released 11/01/1990
Original Release 1958
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 40m : 22s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00029667107525
Album Notes and Credits
The Everly Brothers: Don Everly, Phil Everly (vocals, guitar).
Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, Tennessee between April 13 & 17, 1958. Includes original release liner notes by Hugh Cherry.
The Everly Brothers are probably best remembered for their early days. As Phil and Don Everly matured, their voices, quite naturally, lost some of the innocence and boyish charm heard on their 1950s recordings, but thankfully, that magnificent period in their careers is captured on this collection of folk classics.
On SONGS OUR DADDY TAUGHT US, the boys perform 12 tunes inspired by their father, guitarist Ike Everly, who, in his day, was considered one of the finest mountain musicians in Kentucky. (Merle Travis was a big fan of the senior Everly.) Concentrating on Appalachian folk tunes, the brothers perform in a stripped-down context, with only their beautiful, silky tenor voices and the strum of a soft acoustic guitar. The album features timeless renditions of "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine," a song made famous by Gene Autry, and "Kentucky," an endearing homage to the Everlys' home state. In addition, three traditional songs on this outing were tastefully arranged by the elder Everly, namely "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet," "Barbara Allen," and "Put My Little Shoes Away."
Artist Overview
These two brothers from Kentucky are the bridge between the assorted familial harmonizers of the country radio show era and the rock & roll of the '60s. Their sterling singing adapted well to the changing styles of four different decades. They were in on the first flush of the rock & roll era in the mid-'50s, and their mix of country, pop, and rock & roll provided some of the shining moments of the early '60s, a largely fallow time for pop music. In the late '60s/early '70s, their style was a natural fit for the burgeoning country-rock movement. After a mid-'70s breakup, the duo reunited in the '80s and continued performing together into the 21st century.
Disc 1
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 Show Your Pretty Little Feet?
7 Barbara Allen
8 Oh So Many Years
9 I'm Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail
10 Rockin' Alone (In an Old Rockin' Chair)
11 Kentucky
12 Put My Little Shoes Away
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