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Everly Brothers The Everly Brothers Sing Great Country Hits (1963)
The Everly Brothers Sing Great Country Hits\n2005 Collector's Choice Music\n\n\n"Sing Great Country Hits" LP Originally Released October 1963\nCompilation 'Sing Great Country' + 'Gone, Gone, Gone' Released October 11, 2005\n"Sing Great Country Hits" CD (Collector's Choice) Released July 12, 2005\n\n\nAMG EXPERT REVIEW: (Sing Great Country Hits) The Everly Brothers' homage to some of the best country songs of their era (and their authors and originators) seems like a no-brainer today, and ought to be regarded as a classic record, right up there with their own Roots, not to mention as beloved as anything by the Louvin Brothers or even, say, the Brown's Ferry Four in its sheer beauty and simplicity. Instead, partly thanks to the early Warner Bros. Records' inability to market their LP releases (or do much else right), and also some unfortunate timing in its release, it's ended up overlooked by most fans and listeners. Actually, swept aside would be more like it, along with most of the Everlys' other LP work, by the tidal wave of the British Invasion, which hit North American shores just two and a half months after the album's release. Phil and Don do right, and then some, by Hank Williams, Don Gibson, Hank Locklin, et al.; the singing is heavenly and the playing is spot-on perfect, and even if the public overlooked it, one might easily presume that Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, and a few other soon-to-be-important folk-rockers heard at least some of these renditions. They're still priceless, the singing is some of the most beautiful in the Everlys' output, and the arrangements are models of creative simplicity -- and for fans of the duo, it's almost as essential a record as Roots. [In 1997, the Collectors' Choice Music label reissued Sing Great Country Hits with seven additional bonus cuts.] -- Bruce Eder \n \n\nAMAZON.COM CUSTOMER REVIEW (Sing Great Country Hits)\nLong time Everly fan, January 18, 2007 \nBy Roger Phillips "Inveterate traveller" (Melbourne Aus.)\nI've tried all sorts of ways to get this on cd, I've had a version taped on reel to reel from a very primitive record player then on to a casette which finally broke so its wonderful to have this album back in pristine condition. \n\nSince I first heard it inthe mid sixties, I've had Knopfler / Chet Atkins ' Neck and Neck and find their are several songs shared between the two, great version all. \n\nNaturally, Murphy's law has followed me and having spent years trying to track down this album, a local store I'd ordered it through months ago has come up with it same week as you guys have.......never rains but it pours.. its just a wonderful album..... thanks \n\n\nHalf.com Album Notes\nLiner Note Author: Richie Unterberger.
This country cd contains 12 tracks and runs 29min 41sec.
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  1. Everly Brothers - Oh, Lonesome Me (02:17)
  2. Everly Brothers - Born To Lose (02:24)
  3. Everly Brothers - Just One Time (02:19)
  4. Everly Brothers - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (02:32)
  5. Everly Brothers - Release Me (02:21)
  6. Everly Brothers - Please Help Me, I'm Falling (02:24)
  7. Everly Brothers - I Walk The Line (02:40)
  8. Everly Brothers - Lonely Street (02:22)
  9. Everly Brothers - Silver Threads And Golden Needles (02:16)
  10. Everly Brothers - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (02:57)
  11. Everly Brothers - Sweet Dreams (02:48)
  12. Everly Brothers - This Is The Last Song I'm Ever Going To Sing (02:14)

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