Monday, November 29, 2010

Please - Please (1968-69)


Line-up
- Peter Dunton (drums, vocals)
- Bernard Jinks (bass)
- Nick Spenser (guitars)


Please were formed by Peter Dunton and Bernie Jinks in late 1967. They had just returned to Britain from Germany where they had played with Neon Pearl, which also included their third member Jurgen Ermisch. The fourth original member Adrian Gurvitz later co-founded Gun. Unfortunately this line-up left no vinyl legacy or unreleased recordings that have been located behind it. They disbanded in May 1968 when Peter Dunton joined The Flies for whom he wrote both sides of their Magic Train 45. When The Flies split up at the end of 1968, Dunton reformed the band (line-up 'B'). Rob Hunt had also been in The Flies. They recorded all the cuts compiled on this album. Please split again in April 1969 when Peter Dunton joined Gun. The remaining members recruited a new drummer and renamed themselves Bulldog Breed. They later cut the Made In England album. In the Autumn of 1969, Peter Dunton quit Gun to reform Please with Bernie Jinks and Nick Spenser (ex-Neon Pearl). This incarnation was relatively short-lived as they had difficulty recruiting a suitable keyboard player. In early 1970 Dunton, Jinks and a later Bulldog Breed member Keith Cross joined forces to form T2, who were responsible for the excellent It'll All Work Out In Boomland album. One of T2's tracks, No More White Horses also crops up in a radically different form on Please's 1968/69 retrospective.
(taken from "Tapestry Of Delights")

01. We Aim To Please (2:51)
02. No More White Horses (3:21)
03. Paper Anne (3:15)
04. Seaweed (5:10)
05. Break The Spell (3:17)
06. Strange Ways (3:21)
07. Man With No Name (3:27)
08. Watching (2:11)
09. You're Still Waiting (2:05)
10. Breakthrough (3:23)
11. The Story (2:24)
12. Folder Man (2:24)

The Scarlets - The Scarlets complete 1963-1971 (3 CD)


The Scarlets, one of Denmarks most famous and successful artists in the sixties.




The Scarlets were formed in Copenhagen in mid 1963 as a backing-group for Johnny Reimar, who had just left the Clifters. The members were: John Friis (el-b, vo) Kaj Christensen (p, org, vo) Steen Larsen (lead-g) Jan Pedersen (dm).
The Scarlets made their debut at Geels Kro, 20th July 1963. Scarlets quickly became more than just a backing-froup, and had two parallel carreers both on stage and on album: The Scarlets with or without Reimar. Scarlet played rocknroll inspired by Johnny & The Hurricans, which can be heard on their first recording “Bondeorgelet”, which served as the opening-vignette to the radioprogram “Musik for Teenagere”. The B-side “Prinsesse Toben” was a huge hit på “Ti Vi Ka Li” in September 1963. Johnny Reimar & The Scarlets were a popular liveband that toured extensively in Denmark and Sweden. On a lot of the recordings Reimar used Bertrand Bechs Orkester as his backing-group. Scarlets were the first band that played on Hit House, on 1.9.1964, and at the Star Club. In late 1965 The Scarlets and Reimar split, and Johnny Reimar began his solo-career. 

CD1. Bondeorglet 2. Prinsesse Toben 3. Winterset 4. If You Wanna Dance 5. Nevada 6. Pimpernel 7. Dytten-Batten 8. Let Us Dream 9. Let's Go 10. Tambourine Shake 11. The Girls Of Copenhagen 12. I Do Not Wanna Cry Anymore 13. Chattanooga Choo Choo - Shake 14. Scarlet Tune 15. Little Things Live 16. She Taught Me How Yodel 17. Bondeorglet 18. I Love The Way You Love 19. The House Of The Rising Sun 20. Scarlet Tune 21. Tambourine Shake 22. I Do Not Wanna Cry Anymore 23. Waiting On The Corner 24. Wishing To Kiss You 



CD-3: 1. She Taught Me How To Yodel 2. Kansas City Star 3. Michelle 4. Stop, Mens Legen Er God 5. Yesterday Man 6. These Boots Are Made For Walkin' 7. Stop The Music 8. You Were On My Mind 9. Barbara Ann 10. Blue Turns To Grey 11. Dedicated Follower Of Fashion 12. I Can't Let Go 13. A Little Lovin' Somethin' 14. Sweet Talkin' Guy 15. Remember When 16. Only You 17. Molak Molak Mak Mak Mak 18. Mens Manden Var Ud'Efter Ol 19. So Do I 20. I Want You Tell Me 21. Long Long Time 22. I Want You To Tell Me 23. Rhythm Of The Rain 24. Opus 17 25. Man Klarer Alting Med Et Smil 26. Hele Verden Snurrer Rundt 27. One Way Ticket 28. Wichita Lineman 29. Carpet Man 30. My Way Of Life 



CD-3: 1. Bama Lama Bama Loo 2. The World Through A Tear 3. De Larte Os At Jodle 4. Bedre Dag For Dag 5. Gimme Dat Ding 6. Teddy Boy 7. Que Sera Sera 8. Ta' En Lille Sang 9. Sommer Og Sol 10. Gor Det Sa Godt Du Kan 11. San Quentin 12. Sing A Traveling Song 13. Southwind 14. Jesus Was A Carpenter 15. This Town 16. Face Of Despair 17. Flesh And Blood 18. I'm Gonna Try To Be That Way 19. This Side Of The Law 20. See ruby Fall 21. Starkville City Jail 22. Hungry 23. 'cause I Love You 24. Route Nos. 1, Box 144 25. Come Along And Ride This Train 26. What Is Truth

Thanks for  remarkablewilly 



Sunday, November 28, 2010

Johnny Reimar - The Complete (1963 - 1965)


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Johnny Reimar – The Complete 1963 – 1965 
This is volume 7 in the great series “Dansk Pigtrеd”. Johnny Reimar was, with or without his equally famous backing-group The Scarlets, one of Denmarks most famous and successful artists in the sixties. He originally started out in The Clifters before joining The Scarletts. Like most artists of that era he did mostly cover-songs along with some of his own tunes. He has also had a very successful solo-career as a perfomer and an actor. The biographies are taken from danskefilm.dk and tinpan.fortunecity.com/mccartney/95/dksca.htm. They have been (poorly) translated into English by me.

The Scarlets were formed in Copenhagen in mid 1963 as a backing-group for Johnny Reimar, who had just left the Clifters. The members were: John Friis (el-b, vo) Kaj Christensen (p, org, vo) Steen Larsen (lead-g) Jan Pedersen (dm).

The Scarlets made their debut at Geels Kro, 20th July 1963. Scarlets quickly became more than just a backing-froup, and had two parallel carreers both on stage and on album: The Scarlets with or without Reimar. Scarlet played rocknroll inspired by Johnny & The Hurricans, which can be heard on their first recording “Bondeorgelet”, which served as the opening-vignette to the radioprogram “Musik for Teenagere”. The B-side “Prinsesse Toben” was a huge hit pе “Ti Vi Ka Li” in September 1963. Johnny Reimar & The Scarlets were a popular liveband that toured extensively in Denmark and Sweden. On a lot of the recordings Reimar used Bertrand Bechs Orkester as his backing-group. Scarlets were the first band that played on Hit House, on 1.9.1964, and at the Star Club. In late 1965 The Scarlets and Reimar split, and Johnny Reimar began his solo-career.

Johnny Reimar Kristensen played in the school orchestra at Korslшkkeskolen in his youth and later won an amateur-competetion at Fyns Tivoli. He made his debut as a “pigtrеdsinger” (beat/rocknroll-singer) in 1958 at Allesш Hallen in Fyn. In 1960 he moved to Copenhagen and graduated in art directing and drawing while joining the rocknroll band The Clifters in 1959. He had has breakthrough in 1961, when he made his recording debut with The Clifters and changed his name to Johnny Reimar at the same time. In October 1961 “How Wonderful To Know” was released. In 1963 Johnny Reimar left The Clifters and joined the equally popular The Scarlets, who reached the top of the charts in 1963. The Clifters disbanded in 1963, but re-united in 1987. In 1964 Reimar took the step away from english-singing rocknroller to a more mainstream danish solo artist when he recorded ”Lille Fregnede Lousie”. Lille Louise gave Johnny his first silver-album after selling more than 50.000 copies. In 1969 he performed at Vin & Шlgod with the song “ Du burde kшbe dig en tyrolerhat”. With the song he secured his second silver-album. The Tyrolerhat song has been Johnnys trademark song ever since. The next year Johnny released his popular “Party” series, which was a huge hit. He quickly became known for his popular, folksy, down to earth style, and for the next 25 years he played to sell-out crowds with his “Party” band. He had other hits in 1972 with “Sikken fest vi har haft I natt” og “Ole det var I Spanien”. He has also done a lot of work in the recording industry and television.
CD1:
01 - Down In Napoli
02 - Don't You Forget It
03 - I've Got That Sad And Lone
04 - The Boy's Night Out
05 - Early In The Morning
06 - Whatcha Gonna Do
07 - Too Young
08 - Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
09 - All Week Long
10 - Tell Laura I Love Her
11 - Plain Jane
12 - That's All
13 - Them There
14 - Are You Lovesome Tonight
15 - What Do Ya Say
16 - Make Me Forget
17 - Whatcha Gonna Do (Live).
18 - Lazy River (Live).
19 - Tell Laura I Love Her (Live)
20 - Down In Napoli (Live)

CD2:
01 - Det' Da Ligetil
02 - Kom Sе Gamle Dreng
03 - Lille Fregnede Louise
04 - Gid Det Gеr Dig Godt
05 - En Helt Ny Start
06 - Den Glade Vise
07 - I Lyst Og Nшd
08 - Jeg Gеr Hvorhen Jeg Vil
09 - Jeg Si'r Tillykke Til Mig
10 - Grib Mig Hvis Jeg Falder
11 - Tut Mir Leid
12 - Komm Und Geh Mit Mir
13 - Margit Und Johnny med Heinz Alisch Kor Og Orkester , Angelito
14 - Margit Und Johnny med Heinz Alisch Kor Og Orkester , Weisst Du Was
15 - Sei Wieder Gut
16 - Du Darfst Nicht So Vorьbergeh'n
17 - Rote Lippen Hat Luise
18 - Allein Mit Dir
19 - Tu Das Nie
20 - Michelle
21 - Ingela Brander Og Johnny Reimar , Hand In Hand

ONCE AGAIN 
THANKS FOR REMARKABLEWILLY

V.A. - Heimatliche Klaenge vol.47


Heimatliche Klaenge - Deutsche Schallplatten-Labels 
Native Sounds - German Record-Labels
vol.47   ALCORA

The Dukes

01 - I'm An Unskilled Worker
02 - On The Stage
03 - I Could Be A Sportsman
04 - Hang Him Up
05 - Helena
06 - You Are One Of Them
07 - Look Into The Mirror
08 - Dear Rosa
09 - People Cry
10 - Something's Going Wrong Today
11 - The Dentist
12 - I Need A Band
13 - Leave You, Goodbye
14 - The Rider
15 - Play A Fool
16 - Vera Petruschka
17 - I'll Be True 
18 - The Dentist
19 - That's My Life
20 - I Need A Band
21 - I'm An Unskilled Worker

White Lightning - Strikes Twice (1968-69)


White Lightning - Strikes Twice CD. Grinding with the axe of ex-Litter guitarist Zippy Caplan, White Lightning's current charged Minneapolis from 1968-1971. Proving that lightning does strike twice, the band electrified audiences first as trio and then struck again as they grew into a quintet. Both phases are documented on this hard rockin' 20-track CD .
Zippy Caplan's post-Litter power trio made music close enough to Cream to fool you if you weren't listening hard enough. They later expanded to a quartet and recut some of the earlier tunes, with less than stellar results. It's all here on this ...    Full Description20-track compilation. Caplan's playing sounds so much like period Clapton in spots (program "Bogged Down" first if you're really interested in getting to the nuts and bolts of the thing), it'll actually make you lose your place. But there are also a lot of other elements (country and folk acoustic romps, insane stacked riffing, funky period rhythms, and nice rah-rah liner notes by Doug Sheppard) that fire up the mix, making this a hidden treasure that deserves a wider listen. ~ Cub Koda

White Lightning: Tom "Zippy" Caplan, Ronn Roberts (guitar); Woody Woodrich (bass guitar); Mickey Stanhope, Bernie Pershey (drums).

Additional personnel: Barbara Hess (background vocals).


Phil Spector - Back To Mono (1958-1969)


Back to Mono (1958-1969) is a box set four-disc compilation of the recorded work of record producer Phil Spector, during the decade of the 1960s, released 1991, ABKCO 7118-2. The first track, "To Know Him Is To Love Him," presents the only exception as it was released in 1958, featuring Spector as performer as well, as part of the group The Teddy Bears. Initially a vinyl album-sized package, the box contained a booklet with photographs, complete song lyrics, discographical information, and a reproduction of the essay on Spector by Tom Wolfe, "The First Tycoon of Teen."

At the time Back to Mono was released in 1991, Phil Spector's reputation as one of pop's great visionaries was intact, but there was no way to hear his genius. It wasn't just that there were no collections spotlighting his productions, there weren't collections of artists he produced. It wasn't until Back to Mono that there was a thorough overview of Spector's greatest work, and while it's not without flaws, it still stands as one of the great box sets. Some may complain that there are no selections from his superstar '70s productions for John Lennon, George Harrison, Leonard Cohen, and the Ramones, but that's for the best, since their presence would have been incongruous, taking attention away from the music that forms the heart of Spector's legacy. All of that music is here, not just on the first three discs, all devoted to singles, but also on the fourth disc, his seminal 1963 holiday album, A Christmas Gift for You, which isn't just the greatest rock Christmas album, but a crystallization of his skills. It could be argued that the song selection overlooks some obscure fan favorites, such as "Do the Screw," but that's simply nitpicking, because what's here are all the great Spector records, which were hardly just great productions, they were great songs as well. As the set plays, it's hard not to be stunned by the depth of the material and clarity of Spector's vision for his famed Wall of Sound, whether you've heard these songs hundreds of times or not at all -- especially because they gain power when grouped together. Many producers have been credited as the true creative force behind many rock records, but usually that's hyperbole. In Spector's case, it wasn't, as this set gloriously proves.


The Everly Brouthers - Bigest Story


The Everly Brothers — американский дуэт братьев Дона и Фила Эверли, дебютировавший в 1956 году и имевший большой успех в конце 1950-х — начале 1960-х годов. Дуэт придерживался жанровых традиций кантри и рокабилли, но оказал значительное влияние на будущих звёзд новой сцены: The Beatles (аранжировавших вокал «Please Please Me» по образцу «Cathy’s Clown»), The Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkel
26 синглов The Everly Brothers входили в Billboard Top 40, три из них поднимались на вершину списка[3]. В 1986 году они оказались в числе первых десяти исполнителей, введенных в Зал славы рок-н-ролла. Нейл Янг в своей речи отметил, что все коллективы, в которых он когда-либо принимал участие, «…пытались копировать вокальную гармонию братьев Эверли, и каждый раз терпели фиаско»
В 1997 году дуэт получил почётную «Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award». В 2004 году журнал Rolling Stone поместил их на 33-е место в списке 50 величайших исполнителей всех времен.
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The Everly Brothers were not only among the most important and best early rock & roll stars, but also among the most influential rockers of any era. They set unmatched standards for close, two-part harmonies and infused early rock & roll with some of the best elements of country and pop music. Their legacy was and is felt enormously in all rock acts that employ harmonies as prime features, from the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, and legions of country-rockers to modern-day roots rockers like Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe (who once recorded an EP of Everlys songs together). 

Don (born February 1, 1937) and Phil (born January 19, 1939) were professionals way before their teens, schooled by their accomplished guitarist father Ike, and singing with their family on radio broadcasts in Iowa. In the mid-'50s, they made a brief stab at conventional Nashville country with Columbia. When their single flopped, they were cast adrift for quite a while until they latched onto Cadence. Don invested their first single for the label, "Bye Bye Love," with a Bo Diddley beat that helped lift the song to number two in 1957. 

"Bye Bye Love" began a phenomenal three-year string of classic hit singles for Cadence, including "Wake Up Little Susie," "All I Have to Do Is Dream," "Bird Dog," "('Til) I Kissed You," and "When Will I Be Loved." The Everlys sang of young love with a heart-rending yearning and compelling melodies. The harmonies owed audible debts to Appalachian country music, but were imbued with a keen modern pop sensibility that made them more accessible without sacrificing any power or beauty. They were not as raw as the wild rockabilly men from Sun Records, but they could rock hard when they wanted. Even their midtempo numbers and ballads were executed with a force missing in the straight country and pop tunes of the era. The duo enjoyed a top-notch support team of producer Archie Bleyer, great Nashville session players like Chet Atkins, and the brilliant songwriting team of Boudleaux and Felice Bryant. Don, and occasionally Phil, wrote excellent songs of their own as well. 

In 1960, the Everlys left Cadence for a lucrative contract with the then-young Warner Bros. label (though it's not often noted, the Everlys would do a lot to establish Warners as a major force in the record business). It's sometimes been written that the duo never recaptured the magic of their Cadence recordings, but actually Phil and Don peaked both commercially and artistically with their first Warners releases. "Cathy's Clown," their first Warners single, was one of their greatest songs and a number one hit. Their first two Warners LPs, employing a fuller and brasher production than their Cadence work, were not just among their best work, but two of the best rock albums of the early '60s. The hits kept coming for a couple of years, some great ("Walk Right Back," "Temptation"), some displaying a distressing, increasing tendency toward soft pop and maudlin sentiments ("Ebony Eyes," "That's Old Fashioned"). 

Don and Phil's personal lives came under a lot of stress in the early '60s: they enlisted into the Marine Corps Reserves (together), and studied acting for six months but never made a motion picture. More seriously, Don developed an addiction to speed and almost died of an overdose in late 1962. By that time, their career as chart titans in the U.S. had ended; "That's Old Fashioned" (1962) was their last Top Ten hit. Their albums became careless, erratic affairs, which was all the more frustrating because many of their flop singles of the time were fine, even near-classic efforts that demonstrated they could still deliver the goods. 

Virtually alone among first-generation rock & roll superstars, the Everlys stuck with no-nonsense rock & roll and remained determined to keep their sound contemporary, rather than drifting toward soft pop or country like so many others. Although their mid-'60s recordings were largely ignored in America, they contained some of their finest work, including a ferocious Top 40 single in 1964 ("Gone, Gone, Gone"). They remained big stars overseas -- in 1965, "Price of Love" went to number two in the U.K. at the height of the British Invasion. They incorporated jangling Beatle/Byrdesque guitars into some of their songs and recorded a fine album with the Hollies (who were probably more blatantly influenced by the Everlys than any other British band of the time). In the late '60s, they helped pioneer country-rock with the 1968 album Roots, their most sophisticated and unified full-length statement. None of this revived their career as hitmakers, though they could always command huge audiences on international tours and hosted a network TV variety show in 1970. 

The decades of enforced professional togetherness finally took their toll on the pair in the early '70s, which saw a few dispirited albums and, finally, an acrimonious breakup in 1973. They spent the next decade performing solo, which only proved -- as is so often the case in close-knit artistic partnerships -- how much each brother needed the other to sound his best. In 1983, enough water had flowed under the bridge for the two to resume performing and recording together. The tours, with a backup band led by guitarist Albert Lee, proved they could still sing well. The records (both live and studio) were fair efforts that, in the final estimation, were not in nearly the same league as their '50s and '60s classics, although Paul McCartney penned a small hit single for them ("On the Wings of a Nightingale"). One of the more successful and dignified reunions in the rock annals, the Everlys continued to perform live, although they didn't release albums together after the late '80s.


The Everly Brouthers - Long Life- Bigest  Story 

The Everly Brothers - Classic
The Everly Brothers - The Price Of Fame
and
OTHER



Everly Brothers 1
01 - Keep A' Lovin' Me ( Columbia Co4-21 496 )  1955
02 - The Sun Keeps's Shining ( Columbia Co4-21 496 )  1955
03 - If Her Love Isn't True ( '55 uv )  1981
04 - That's The Life I Have To Live ( '55 uv )  1981
05 - I Wonder If I Care As Much ( Cadence Ca 1315, CEP 104 )  1957
06 - Bye, Bye Love ( Cadence Ca 1315, Ca 1609, CEP 104 )  1957
07 - Should We Tell Him ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
08 - Wake Up, Little Susie ( Cadence Ca 1315, Ca 1609, CEP 104 )  1957
09 - Hey, Doll Baby ( Cadence CEP 107 )  1958
10 - Maybe Tomorrow ( Cadence Ca 1337, CEP 104 )  1957
11 - Brand New Heartache ( Cadence Cs 1388, CEP 107 )  1958
12 - Should We Tell Him ( Cadence Ca 1342, CEP 105 )  1958
13 - Keep-A-Knockin' ( Cadence CEP 107 )  1958
14 - Leave My Woman Alone ( Cadence CEP 105 )  1958
15 - Rit It Up ( Cadence CEP 107 )  1958
16 - This Little Girl Of Mine ( Cadence Ca 1342, CEP 105 )  1958
17 - Be Bop A Lula ( Cadence Ca 1380, CEP 105 )  1958
18 - All I Have To Do Is Dream ( Cadence Ca 1348, Ca 1604 )  1958
19 - Claudette ( Cadence Ca 1348, CEP 111 )  1958
20 - Devoted To You ( Cadence Ca 1350, CEP 111 )  1958
21 - Bird Dog ( Cadence Ca 1350, Ca 1604 )  1958

Everly Brothers 2
01 - Problems ( Cadence Ca 1355, CEP 118 )  1958
02 - Love Of My Life ( Cadence Ca 1355, CEP 118 )  1958
03 - Take A Message To Mary ( Cadence Ca 1364, CEP 118 )  1959
04 - Poor Jenny ( one o'clock version ) ( HLA 8863 )  1959
05 - Poor Jenny ( ten o'clock version ) ( Cadence Ca 1364, CEP 118 )  1959
06 - Oh, True Love ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
07 - Till I Kissed You ( Cadence Ca 1369, Ca 1611, CEP 121 )  1959
08 - Oh, What A Feeling ( Cadence Ca 1369, CEP 121 )  1959
09 - Let It Be Me ( Cadence Ca 1376, Ca 1611, CEP 121 )  1959
10 - Since You Broke My Heat ( Cadence Ca 1376, CEP 121 )  1959
11 - Like Strangers ( Cadence Ca 1388 )  1960
12 - When Will I Be Loved ( Cadence Ca 1380 )  1960
13 - Roving Gambler ( Cadence CEP 108 )  1958
14 - Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet ( Cadence CEP 109 )  1958
15 - Rockin' Alone ( In Old Rocking Chair ) ( Cadence CEP 110 )  1958
16 - Put My Little Shoes Away ( Cadence CEP 108 )  1958
17 - Down In The Willow Garden ( Cadence CEP 110 )  1958
18 - Long Time Gone ( Cadence CEP 109 )  1958
19 - Lightnin' Express ( Cadence Ca 1429, CEP 109 )  1958
20 - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine ( Cadence CEP 108 )  1958
21 - Barbara Allen ( Cadence CEP 109 )  1958
22 - Oh, So Many Years ( Cadence CEP 108 )  1958
23 - I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail ( Cadence Ca 1429, CEP 110 )  1958
24 - Kentucky ( Cadence CEP 110 )  1958

Everly Brothers 3
01 - I Wonder If I Care As Much ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
02 - Wake Up, Little Susie ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
03 - Maybe Tomorrow ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
04 - All I Have To Do Is Drem ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
05 - Kentucky ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
06 - Problems ( ( R2-70214 )  1988
07 - Love Of My Life ( ( RNLP 214 )  1985
08 - Love Of My Life ( ( R2-70214 )  1988
09 - Poor Jenny ( one o'clock version ) ( RNLP 214 )  1985
10 - Till I Kissed You ( RNLP 214 )  1985
11 - Let It Be Me ( R2-70214 )  1988
12 - Like Strangers ( RNLP 214 )  1985
13 - When Will I Be Loved ( RNLP 214 )  1985
14 - Intro; Bye Bye Love  1992
15 - Chatting With Jim Reeves  1992
16 - Maybe Tomorrow  1992
17 - Joking With Jim Reeves  1992
18 - Am I Losing You ( Jim Reeves )  1992
19 - Wake Up Little Susie  1992
20 - Leatherneck Jamboree; Sweet Tamptation ( June Carter )  1992
21 - I Wnder If I Care As Muche  1992
22 - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise ( Hank Garland )  1992
23 - Bye Bye Love  1992
24 - June Chats About Elvis  1992
25 - Temptation ( June Carter & Tommy Cutrer, End The Music ( Hank Garland )  1992
26 - Leave My World Alone ( Demo ) ( RNLP 214 )  1985
27 - Hey, Doll Baby ( Demo ) ( RNLP 214 )  1985
28 - Life Ain't Worth Living ( Demo )  1992
29 - Give Me A Future ( Demo )  1992
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Everly Brothers 4
01 - What Kind Of Girl Are You ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
02 - Nashville Blues ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
03 - Sleepless Nights ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
04 - You Thrill Me ( Through And Through ) ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
05 - Carol Jane ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
06 - Cathy's Clown ( Warner Brothers A 5151, WS 1395, WS 1554 )  1960
07 - Always It's You ( Warner Brothers A 5151, WS 1395 )  1960
08 - Oh, True Love ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
09 - I Want You To Know ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
10 - Just In Case ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
11 - Some Sweet Day ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
12 - So Sad ( To Watch Good Love Go Bad ) ( Warner Brothers A 5163, WS 1381, WS 1554 )  1960
13 - Memories Are Made Of This ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
14 - That's What You Do To Me ( Warner Brothers WS 1381 )  1960
15 - Lucille ( Warner Brothers A 5163, WS 1554 )  1960
16 - Baby What You Want Me To Do ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
17 - A Change Of Heart ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
18 - The Silent Treatment ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
19 - Made To Love ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
20 - So How Come (No One Loves Me ) ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
21 - Stick With Me Baby (#1) ( Warner Brothers A 5220 )  1961
22 - That's Just Too Much ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
23 - Donna, Donna ( Warner Brothers WS 1395, WS 1585 )  1960
24 - Love Hurts (#1) ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
25 - Sigh, Cry, Almost Die ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
26 - Radio And TV ( Warner Brothers WS 1585 )  1965
27 - Stick With Me Baby (#2) ( Warner Brothers WS 1395 )  1960
28 - Temptation (#1)  2001
29 - Walk Right Back ( Warner Brothers A 5199, WS 1554 )  1961
30 - Why Not  ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
31 - Temptation (#2) ( Warner Brothers A 5220 )  1961
32 - Ebony Eyes ( Warner Brothers A 5199, WS 1554 )  1961
33 - Lonely Island ( Warner Brothers WS 1585 )  1965
34 - It's Been Nice (Goodnight) ( Warner Brothers A 5362 )  1963
35 - Temptation (3)  2005

Everly Brothers 5
01 - My Mammy ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
02 - Don't Blame Me ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
03 - Mention My Name In Sheboygan ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
04 - When I Grow Too Old To Dream ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
05 - Grandfather's Clock ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
06 - My Gal Sal ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
07 - Love Is Where You Find It ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
08 - Now Is The Hour ( Maori Farewell Song ) ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
09 - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo (#1)  2005
10 - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo (#2) ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
11 - The Wayward Wind ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
12 - Chlo-E ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
13 - Bully Of The Town ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
14 - Little Old Lady ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
15 - Muskrat ( Warner Brothers WS 1418 )  1961
16 - Muskrat (alt) ( Warner Brothers A 5501 )  1961
17 - Bye Bye Blackbird ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
18 - True Love ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
19 - Autumn Leaves ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
20 - Jezebel ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
21 - Ground Hawg ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
22 - The Party's Over ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
23 - Long Lost John ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
24 - The Sheik Of Araby ( Don solo )  2005
25 - The Sheik Of Araby ( Don & Phil )  2001
26 - Gran Mamou ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
27 - Oh! My Pa-Pa ( O mein Papa ) ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
28 - Hernando's Hideaway  2005
29 - When It's Night Time In Italy, It's Wednesday Over Here ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
30 - Souvenir Sampler ( Pro 135 )  1961

Everly Brothers 6
01 - Trouble In Mind ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
02 - Step It Up And Go ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
03 - Theme From 'Carnival' ( Warner Brothers WS 1430 )  1962
04 - I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
05 - That's Old Fashioned ( Warner Brothers A 5273, WS 1471 )  1962
06 - Crying In The Rain ( Warner Brothers A 5250, WS 1554 )  1961
07 - I'm Not Angry (alt.)  2005
08 - I'm Not Angry ( Warner Brothers A 5250 )  1961
09 - He's Got My Sympathy (#1) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
10 - Little Hollywood Girl (#1) (take 2)  2005
11 - Little Hollywood Girl (#1) (take 3)  2005
12 - Little Hollywood Gril (#1) (take 17) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
13 - Little Hollywood Girl (#2) ( demo )  2005
14 - Burma Shave (take 1)  2005
15 - Burma Shave (take 2)  2005
16 - Burma Shave (take 7) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
17 - Burma Shave (take 15)  2005
18 - How Can I Meet Her (take 3)  2005
19 - How Can I Meet Her (take 10) ( Warner Brothers A 5273 ) ( WS 1471 )  1962
20 - Nancy's Minuet (#1) (take 5)  2005
21 - Nancy's Minuet (#1) (take 8)  2005
22 - Nancy's Minuet (#1) (take 28) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
23 - What About Me (take 6)  2005
24 - What About Me (take 13) ( MFLP1028 )  1984
25 - Nice Guy (take 4)  2005
26 - Nice Guy (take 19)  2005
27 - Nice Guy (take 26) ( MFLP1028 )  1984
28 - Don't Ask Me To Be Friends ( Warner Brothers A 5297 )  1962
29 - Chains (alt)  2005
30 - Chains ( MFLP1028 )  1984
31 - He's Got My Symphaty (#2)  2005
32 - He's Got My Symphaty (#2) (backing track)  2005

Everly Brothers 7
01 - Foolish Doubts (take 2)  2005
02 - Foolish Doubts (take 10)  2005
03 - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (1) (take 7)  2005
04 - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (1) (take 14)  2005
05 - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (1) (take 17)  2005
06 - I Can't Say Goodbye To You ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
07 - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (#2) ( Warner Brothers A 5297 )  1962
08 - Dancing On My Feet (take 1) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
09 - Dancing On My Feet (take 2)  2005
10 - Dancing On My Feet (take 4)  2005
11 - Dancing On My Feet (take 14) ( Warner Brothers MFLP1028 )  1984
12 - Dancing On My Feet (take 17) ( Don solo ) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
13 - Adeste Fideles ( O Come All Ye Faithful ) ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
14 - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
15 - Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
16 - God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
17 - The First Noel ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
18 - We Wish You A Merry Christmas ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
19 - Away In A Manger ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
20 - Angels, From The Realms Of Glory ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
21 - O Little Town Of Bethlehem ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
22 - What Child Is This ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
23 - Silent Night ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
24 - Bring A Torch, Jeanette, Isabella ( Warner Brothers WS 1483 )  1962
25 - (So It Was,,,So It Is) So It Always..(take 1)  2005
26 - (So It Was,,,So It Is) So It Always (comp)  2005
27 - (So It Was,,,So It Is) So It Always.(take 18) ( Warner Brothers A 5346 )  1963
28 - Nancy's Minuet (#3) (take 1)  2005
29 - Nancy's Minuet (#3) (take 14) ( Warner Brothers A 5346 )  1963
30 - Whatever Happened To Judy  1980
31 - I'm Afraid (take 1)  2005
32 - I'm Afraid (take 8) ( Warner Brothers A 5362 )  1963
33 - Trouble  2005
34 - Baby Bye-Oh  2005
35 - I'm Walking Proud (backing track only)  2005

Everly Brothers 8
01 - Girls Girls Girls (What A Headache)  2005
02 - Trobule ( Warner Brother MFLP1028 )  1984
03 - Born To Lose ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
04 - Just One Time ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
05 - Release Me ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
06 - Sweet Dreams ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
07 - Silver Threads And Golden Needles ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
08 - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
09 - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
10 - Oh, Lonesome Me ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
11 - I Walk The Line ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
12 - Lonely Street ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
13 - This Is The Last Song I'm Ever Going To Sing ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
14 - Please Help Me, I'm Falling ( Warner Brother WS 1513 )  1963
15 - Love Her ( Warner Brother A 5389 )  1963
16 - Love Her (take 25)  2005
17 - When Snowflakes Fall In The Summer ( Warner Brother K 56415 )  1977
18 - The Girl Sang The Blues ( Warner Brother A 5389 )  1963
19 - Warum ( Warner Brother A 5530, EP 26 )  1962
20 - Du bist nicht so wie die andern ( Warner Brother A 5529, EP 26 )  1962
21 - Wo sind die schцnen Tage ( Warner Brother A 5530, EP 26 )  1962
22 - Susie ( Warner Brother A 5529, EP 26 )  1962
23 - The Facts Of Life ( Warner Brother WS 1585 )  1965
24 - I Think Of Me  2005
25 - The Drop Out ( Warner Brother WS 1585 )  1965
26 - Hello Amy ( Warner Brother A 5422 )  1964
27 - Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby ( Warner Brother A 5422, WS 1585 )  1964
28 - The Ferries Wheel ( Warner Brother A 5441, WS 1585 )  1965
29 - Don't Forget To Cry ( Warner Brother A 5441 )  1964
30 - You're The One I Love ( Warner Brother A 5466 )  1964
31 - Honolulu ( Warner Brother WS 1585 )  1965
32 - Ring Around My Rosie ( Warner Brother A 5466 )  1964
33 - Coke Commercial #1  1964
34 - Coke Commercial #2  1964
35 - Coke Commercial #3  1964

Everly Brothers 9
01 - Bye Bye Love ( Warner Brothers WS 1554 )  1964
02 - Wake Up Little Susie ( Warner Brothers WS 1554 )  1964
03 - All I Have IS To Dream ( Warner Brothers WS 1554 )  1964
04 - Bird Dog ( Warner Brothers WS 1554 )  1964
05 - ( 'Til ) I Kissed You ( Warner Brothers WS 1554 )  1964
06 - Devoted To You ( Warner Brothers WS 1554 )  1964
07 - Gone, Gone, Gone ( Warner Brothers A 5478, WS 1585 )  1965
08 - Torture ( Warner Brothers A 5478, WS 1585 )  1965
09 - It's Been A Long Dry Spell ( Warner Brothers WS 1585 )  1965
10 - Love Is All I Need ( Warner Brothers WS 1585 )  1965
11 - Hound Dog ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
12 - Slippin' And Slidin' ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
13 - Susie Q ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
14 - I Got A Woman ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
15 - So Fine ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
16 - You're My Girl ( Warner Brothers A 5600 )  1965
17 - Give Me A Sweetheart ( Warner Brothers A 5611 )  1965
18 - Don't Let The Whole World Know ( Warner Brothers A 5600 )  1965
19 - Don't Ya Even Try ( Warner Brothers MFLP1028 )  1984
20 - Lonely Weekends ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
21 - Kansas City ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
22 - Maybelline ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
23 - Love Hurts (#2) ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
24 - That'll Be The Day ( Warner Brothers A 5611, WS 1578 )  1965
25 - Dancing In The Street ( Warner Brothers WS 1578 )  1965
26 - Kiss Your Man Goodbye (#1)  2005
27 - Buona Fortuna Amore Mio Costs A Dime ( Warner Brothers A 1012, LP 1056 )  2005
28 - Non Mandarmi Piu Fiorio (How Can I Meet Her) ( MFLP 052 )  2005
29 - Susie Q (Susie Q) ( italienische Version ) ( Warner Brothers MFLP 052 )  2005
30 - Follow Me ( Warner Brothers A 5639 )  1965
31 - It Only Costs A Dime ( Warner Brothers A 5628 )  1965
32 - I'll Never Get Over You ( Warner Brothers A 5639, WS 1620 )  1965
33 - The Price Of Love ( Warner Brothers A 5628, WS 1620 )  1965

Everly Brothers 10
01 - Sag' auf Wiedersehen ( Warner Brothers A 5720, MFLP 052 )  1965
02 - Am Abend auf der Heide ( Warner Brothers A 5720, MFLP 052 )  1965
03 - Zwei Gitarren am Meer (Warner Brothers  A 5721, LP 1056 )  1965
04 - Wenn Du mich kьsst ( Warner Brothers A 5721, LP 1056 )  1965
05 - La Luna E Un Pallido Sole ( Warner Brothers WB 1009, LP 1056 )  1965
06 - Non MI Resti Che Tu ( Warner Brothers WB 1009, LP 1056 )  1965
07 - Kiss Your Man Goodbye (#2) ( Warner Brothers MFLP1028 )  1984
08 - To Show I Love You ( Warner Brothers MFLP 052 )  1987
09 - My Babe ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
10 - See See Rider ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
11 - The Girl Can't Help It ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
12 - Love Is Strange (Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
13 - Love Is Strange ( single version ) ( Warner Brothers A 5649 )  1965
14 - People Get Ready ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
15 - Money ( That's What I Want ) ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
16 - Lonely Avenue ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
17 - Hi Heel Sneakers ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
18 - What Am I Living For ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
19 - Walking The Dog ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
20 - I Almost Lost My Mind ( Warner Brothers WS 1605 )  1965
21 - Man With Money ( Warner Brothers A 5649, WS 1605 )  1965
22 - I'll See Your Light (take 4)  2005
23 - I'll See Your Light (take 2A) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
24 - Nothing Matters But You (take 8)  2005
25 - Nothing Matters But You (take 18) ( Warner Brothers K 56415 )  1977
26 - I Used To Love You ( Warner Brothers A 5649, WS 1620 )  1965
27 - It's All Over (#1) (take 7)  2005
28 - It's All Over (#1) (take 2A) ( Warner Brothers A 5649, WS 1620 )  1965
29 - And I'll Go (take 16)  2005
30 - And I'll Go (take 17)  2005
31 - Night Time Girl (backing track)  2005
***
Everly Brothers 11
01-June Is As Cold As December
02-Glitter And Gold
03-Lovely Kravezit
04-The Doll House Is Empty
05-(You Got) The Power Of Love
06-Leave My Girl Alone
07-(Why Am I) Chained To A Memory
08-Don't Run And Hide
09-Have You Ever Loved Somebody
10-Fifi The Flea
11-Hard Hard Hard
12-Like Every Time Before
13-Signs That Will Never Change
14-The Collector
15-So Lonely
16-I've Been Wrong Before
17-Kiss Your Man Goodbye (#3)
18-Pretty Flamingo
19-Somebody Help Me
20-When Eddie Comes Home
21-The Devil's Child
22-She Never Smiles Anymore [Take 1]
23-She Never Smiles Anymore
24-Nothing But The Best
25-Sea Of Heartbreak
26-Blueberry Hill
27-Good Golly, Miss Molly
28-(I'd Be) A Legend In My Own Time
29-I'm Movin' On
30-Sticks And Stones

Everly Brothers 12
01-Oh, Boy!
02-Let's Go Get Started
03-Trains And Boats And Planes
04-Even If I Hold It In My Hand [Take 2]
05-Even If I Hold It In My Hand [Take 10]
06-The House Of The Rising Sun [Take 1]
07-The House Of The Rising Sun [Album Version]
08-Bowling Green [Demo]
09-I'll Be Gone [Backing Track]
10-I Don't Want To Love You
11-Bowling Green
12-Mary Jane
13-A Little Bit Crazy
14-Do You
15-A Voice Within
16-It's All Over [Overdub and remix of old recording]
17-Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
18-A Whiter Shade Of Pale
19-Talking To The Flowers
20-Deliver Me
21-I'm Finding It Rough
22-They Smile For You [Backing Track]
23-Love Of The Common People [Take 1]
24-Love Of The Common People [Composite]
25-Love Of The Common People [Single Version]
26-My Elusive Dreams

Everly Brothers 13
01-You're Just What I Was Looking For Today [Take 7]
02-You're Just What I Was Looking For Today [Take 9]
03-Lord Of The Manor
04-It's My Time
05-Bonsoir Madame [Backing Track]
06-Empty Boxes
07-Love With Your Heart (#1) [Take 4]
08-Love With Your Heart (#1) [Alternate Version]
09-You Done Me Wrong [Alternate Mix]
10-Milk Train
11-The Everly Brothers (1952)
12-Mama Tried
13-Less Of Me
14-T For Texas
15-I Wonder If I Care As Much (#2)
16-Ventura Boulevard
17-Shady Grove
18-Illinois (Parts I and II)
19-Living Too Close To The Ground
20-You Done Me Wrong
21-Turn Around
22-Sing Me Back Home
23-The Everly Brothers (1952)-Shady Grove-Kentucky
24-The Weight
25-Deep Water [Backing Track]
26-Medley- Lady Anne-Blue Balloon [Demo]
27-Roots Promo Sampler

Everly Brothers 14
01-Lady Anne [Demo]
02-Shop Girl [Demo]
03-Omaha
04-Human Race (#1)
05-Mr Soul [Mix #1]
06-In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) [Mix #1]
07-Down In The Bottom [Mix #1]
08-Love With Your Heart (#2)
09-Mr Soul [Mix #2]
10-In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) [Mix #2]
11-Down In The Bottom [Mix #2]
12-Glory Road
13-My Little Yellow Bird
14-I'm On My Way Home Again [Demo]
15-Cuckoo Bird
16-From Eden To Canaan [Take 2]
17-From Eden To Canaan [Take 4]
18-I'm On My Way Home Again [Take 1]
19-I'm On My Way Home Again [Single Version]
20-Carolina In My Mind
21-Casey's Last Ride (#1) [Take 1]
22-Casey's Last Ride (#1) [Take 9]
23-Stained Glass Morning

Everly Brothers 15
01-Yves
02-Human Race (#2)
03-Introduction
04-Mama Tried
05-Kentucky
06-Bowling Green
07-('Til) I Kissed You
08-Wake Up Little Susie
09-Cathy's Clown
10-Bird Dog
11-Maybelline
12-Rock And Roll Music
13-The End
14-Aquarius
15-If I Were A Carpenter
16-The Price Of Love
17-Rock And Roll Music
18-Thrill Is Gone
19-The End
20-Games People Play
21-The Price Of Love
22-Baby What You Want Me To Do
23-All I Have To Do Is Dream
24-Walk Right Back
25-Medley- Susie Q-Hey Jude
26-Lord Of The Manor
27-I Wonder If I Care As Much
28-Love Is Strange
29-Medley- Let It Be Me-Give Peace A Chance
30-Chrysler Plymouth Duster Radio Spot

Everly Brothers 16
01-The Brand New Tennessee Waltz
02-Casey's Last Ride (#2)
03-Old Kentucky River
04-Green River
05-Breakdown
06-All We Really Want To Do
07-Poems, Prayers and Promises
08-Mandolin Wind
09-I'm Tired Of Singing My Song In Las Vegas
10-Ridin' High
11-Lay It Down
12-Del Rio Dan
13-Three-Armed Poker-Playin' River Rat
14-Christmas Eve Can Kill You
15-Stories We Can Tell
16-Poisonberry Pie
17-It Pleases Me To Please You
18-Up In Mabel's Room

Everly Brothers 17
01-Lay It Down
02-I Can't Be Myself
03-Sweet Memories
04-Rocky Top
05-Survival Of The Fittest
06-Not Fade Away
07-Paradise
08-A Nickel For The Fiddler
09-Somebody Nobody Knows
10-Watchin' It Go
11-Woman Don't You Try To Tie Me Down
12-Good Hearted Woman
13-Husbands And Wives
14-Ladies Love Outlaws
15-Maiden's Prayer
16-Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (#2)
17-I'm Alone Because I Love You
18-Don Everly Talks About 'Pass The Chicken And Listen'

Everly Brothers 18
01-Intro-Lucille
02-Susie Q
03-Raunchy (Instrumental)
04-Walk Right Back
05-Bye Bye Love
06-Gone, Gone, Gone
07-(Instrumental)
08-I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
09-Bird Dog
10-So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
11-Lucille


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