Scripting is disabled or not working. requires JavaScript to function correctly.
Style sheets are disabled or not working. requires style sheets to function correctly.

All Categories



Everly Brothers Edit search Phrase match

Sort by
Exact matches: 6
Exact matches1
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Everly BrothersChristmas With The Everly Brothers & The Boys Town Choir ... LP
Warner, 1962. Very Good ... $4.99
A really wonderful Christmas album – one that matches the heavenly vocals of The Everly Brothers with the Boys Town Choir! Phil and Don are still out in the lead on most numbers, but they also get strong support from the pillow of sound provided by the larger chorus – used here in these dreamy ways that make for a real change from the usual Everly groove, especially since there's almost no other instrumentation on the record! The lack of studio polish or rocking grooves makes for a very personal moment – almost as if you've caught the Everly Brothers celebrating the Holiday privately at midnight mass – on a host of tunes that include "Silent Night", "We Wish You A Merry Christmas", "The First Noel", "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", "What Child Is This", and "Adeste Fideles". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono pressing. Cover has light wear.)

Exact matches2
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Everly BrothersEverly Brothers' Best ... LP
Cadence, Late 50s. Very Good ... $11.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono red & black label pressing with deep groove. Cover has a name in pen.)

Exact matches3
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Everly BrothersSo Many Years – 14 Greatest Hits ... CD
Happy Days (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. Used ... $3.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

Exact matches4
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Everly BrothersStories We Could Tell ... LP
RCA, 1972. Very Good+ ... $9.99
Rare RCA Records work from The Everly Brothers – work that's quite different than the simple pop of their early years! Stories We Could Tell is a killer set done with producer Paul Rothchild – recorded with heavy help from folks like Ry Cooder, David Crosby, Warren Zevon, Delaney & Bonnie, and other rock luminaries – all brought in to help the Brothers hit a hip sort of country sound in their music. Titles include "Christmas Eve Can Kill You", "Del Rio Dan", "Up In Mabel's Room", "All We Really Want To Do", "Breakdown", "Green River", "Mandolin Wind", "Stories We Could Tell", and "I'm Tired Of Singing My Song In Las Vegas". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

Exact matches5
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Everly BrothersStudio Outtakes ... CD
Cadence/Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A dream of a set for anyone who's ever loved the harmony sounds of The Everly Brothers – that compelling late 50s duo with roots in country, a reach towards rock, and an incredible style that really set them apart from the rest! All the tracks here are true alternates of gems from their early Cadence Records years – tunes that have different vocal approaches, unusual guitar parts, or other elements that really set them apart – and which, given the spare, stripped-down style of the songs, really give us a chance to hear the genius of the pair at work! Most of these numbers just feature guitar and vocals – harmonizing in that fantastic way that resonates with maybe the Capitol classics by The Louvin Brothers, moves into some sweeter pop modes, and maybe has some echoes of crossover style of The Browns too. The set features 34 tracks in all – with alternates of titles that include "Rip It Up", "Maybe Tomorrow", "Hey Doll Baby", "Keep A Knockin", "I Wonder If I Care As Much", "That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine", "Claudette", "Bird Dog", "Oh What A Feeling", "All I Have To Do Is Dream", and "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet". CD

Exact matches6
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Everly BrothersGone Gone Gone ... LP
Warner, 1964. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
More of a rock and roll outing than some of the Brothers' other albums from the time – a set filled with a number of country-tinged pop tunes that are almost a few years ahead of their time – tracks written by Boudleaux & Felice Bryant, John D Loudermilk, and the Everlys themselves. Titles include "Donna Donna", "Lonely Island", "Torture", "Gone Gone Gone", "Radio & TV", and "The Drop Out". LP, Vinyl record album
(Gray label mono pressing. Cover has light wear.)
Possible matches: 4
Possible matches7
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ VariousThat'll Flat Git It! Volume 28 – Rockabilly & Rock N Roll From The Vaults Of Warner Brothers & Reprise Records ... CD
Warner/Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A totally great entry in this always-great series – and one that looks at a slice of raunchy rock that's a bit different than usual! The Warner Brothers label started up right at the end of the 50s – after most of the other rock powerhouse imprints – and they also had more of an ear for pop and mainstream sounds, given their Hollywood home. Yet they also quickly found a way to turn out some really remarkable 45s – music that was maybe even just recorded with leftover studio time, or between the bigger projects on the label – funded by bigger money from films, and often done in a top-shelf studio setting! This legacy of Warner isn't nearly as well-known as their 60s pop and vocal material, but it's equally groovy – if not more so – and gets fantastic treatment here from Bear Family, who not only present a whopping 30 tracks, but also accompany the whole thing with a wonderful booklet that's filled with notes, photos, and record images. The set even includes some surprising rockers by unlikely sources – and titles include "Shimmy Shake" by Billy Land, "The Swing" by Johnny Carroll, "Teen Beat" by Don Ralke, "Road Hog" by Johnny Zorro, "Hanna Lee" by Shelly Dane, "The Fool" by Bob Luman, "Lucille" by The Everly Brothers, "Baby Please Don't Go" by Troyce Key with Eddie Cochran, "Drum Twist" by Buddy Harman, "Saturday Night Fish Fry" by Eddie & Betty, and "Forbidden City" by John Buck & His Blazers. CD

Possible matches8
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Petula ClarkDuets ... CD
Varese, Late 60s/1970s/1980s/1990s/Mid 2000s. Used ... $6.99
A pretty adventurous batch of duets featuring Petula Clark doing her inimitable sweet thing with a wide variety of guests – from the 60s on through the 00s – most of it on CD for the first time ever! We knew that the 60s and 70s duets would be groovy, even the ones with fly-by-night pop crooners, but even the more recent tunes with Michael McDonald and Andy Williams are way too charming for their own good. Nice stuff! Michael McDonald, "Baby It's Cold Outside" with Rod McKuen, "Windmills Of Your Mind" with Michel Legrand, "All I Have To Do Is Dream" with Bobby Darin, "Can't Get You To Love Me" with Gilbert O'Sullivan, "When I Fall In Love/Let There Be Love" with Oscar Peterson, "Games People Play" with the Everly Brothers, "I'm A Woman/Wedding Bell Blues" with Peggy Lee and more! CD
(Please note that one of the traycard artwork spines is missing & is price accordingly.)

Possible matches9
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
VariousBummed Out Christmas ... CD
Rhino, 1960s/1970s/1980s. Used ... $7.99
Includes tracks by The Everly Brothers, The Sonics, George Jones, The Staple Singers, The Wailers, and Sherwin Linton. CD
(Out of print.)

Possible matches10
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ VariousBandera Rockabilly & Country Roots ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Rare rockabilly and hillbilly singles cut in the late 50s and early 60s for Bandera Records – a Chicago imprint with a Lonestar namesake and a southern roster – and some great little numbers! The set is a nice assortment of obscure sides that sit proudly with the better known material of the era. Chicago isn't as crazy of a source for rockin' hillbilly records as you might think – the city has rural music roots that stretch back to the WLS Barn Dance radio show in the mid 20s – and it had a huge population of transplanted country folk thanks to the once plentiful factory work. Bandera Records was started by the son & ma team of Bernie Harville and Vi Muszynski on the southside with an entrepreneurial spirit and a love of chugging country tunes. The sound runs from Faron Young style honky tonk, to Everly Brothers country harmony, to buzzing, post Sun electricity – and the obscurity of the material makes this even more of a find. The guy writing this description is a lifelong Chicagoan and a living hillbilly music sponge, and it stumped him! 24 tracks in all: "Jello Sal" and "How Can I Keep You Lovin' Me" by Benny Ingram, "Hootchie Coochie Gal", "Cuban Queen" and more by James Mask & His Impalas, ""Dance With Me", "Sidewinder" and more by Rick Emerson & The Sidewinders, "Roberta" by Chuck Akin, "Weary Blues Goodbye", "Two Tiny Rings" and more by Bob Perry, "Save The Last Dance For Me" by Merle Ray & The Southern Rockets, and "Roll That Big (Again)" by BJ & The Boys. CD

⇑ Top