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everly brothers: Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (2-CD)

Genre:Country & Western

Price-Code:Art.No.:BCD17355 EAN Nr.:5397102173554 Shipping Weight: 0.15kg
2-CD Digipak (6-plated) with 32-pages, 28 tracks. Total playing time approx. 90 mns

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Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (2-CD)
2-CD Digipak (6-plated) with 32-pages, 28 tracks. Total playing time approx. 90 mns.

What the press says:

The album has now been lovingly remastered by Bear Family with comprehensive notes from Colin Escott and a second CD, featuring 16 vintage recordings from the early days of Country music. - Spencer Leigh / Country Music People 1/14

Disc One presents the album in ist original form, in the customary pristine sound quality associated with Bear Family. The second CD consists of early or original versions of the same songs. - Harry Dodds / Now Dig This 1/14
  • 'Foreverly' by Billy Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones was released in late November 2013
  • 'Foreverly' contains re-recorded versions of songs from the album 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us' by the Everly Brothers
  • 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us' was recorded in 1958 and is regarded one of the greatest albums of all time!
  • Bear Family will release 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us' along with a bonus CD
  • The original album will be augmented by a second CD with early or original versions of the songs that the Everlys learned from their father
Fifty-five years after the Everly Brothers recorded 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us', Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day and jazz chanteuse Norah Jones teamed up to do every song on the album in the classic Everly style. Now Bear Family—the world’s premier archive label places another twist on that classic LP. Bear Family is not just reissuing the original Everly Brothers LP on CD in pristine audio, but fleshing out with a second CD with early or original versions of the songs that the Everlys learned from their father – 'Songs Their Father Learned'. So a revealing album now becomes doubly revealing. Hear this music as it emerged from the hills of Appalachia in the early twentieth century. Then hear the Everly Brothers’ versions. And then hear Billy Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones. It’s a journey like no other through the roots of American music—and American music is really, truly the music of the world.

It’s an album that has grown in stature every year. It was a concept album a decade before concept albums were supposedly invented. It was a folk revival album before the folk first revival, before the second folk revival or the most recent folk revival. It’s not just one of the great albums of the Fifties—it’s one of the greatest albums of all time. It’s the Everly Brothers’ 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us'.

In 1958, the Everly Brothers decided to do a very different LP. It wouldn’t be teen songs, it would be a tribute to the songs that their father—a jobbing, journeyman country musician and pioneering finger-style guitarist—taught them when the Everly family act played country radio shows in the early 1950s. At a time when country music was becoming slick and commercialized, 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us' was a statement about country music’s roots. It’s about country music when it was called folk music because it was folk music. The Everlys chose songs written between the 1600s and 1950, yet made a unified statement from them. They sang and played guitars with just a string bass for extra accompaniment. It was a daring move for the duo in 1958, singing ancient songs of darkness, loss, and death, to their teenage rock ‘n’ roll audience, but it was a move that paid off.

Bear Family closes the gaps between the originals that inspired the Every Brothers, the early or original versions of the songs that the Everlys learned from their father, and the brand new cover album, 'Foreverly' by Billy Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones.

Content
everly brothers: Songs Our Daddy Taught Us (2-CD)
Medium 1
001 Roving Gambler Everly Brothers Play Roving Gambler
002 Down In The Willow Garden Everly Brothers Play Down In The Willow Garden
003 Long Time Gone Everly Brothers Play Long Time Gone
004 Lightning Express Everly Brothers Play Lightning Express
005 That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine Everly Brothers Play That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine
006 Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet? Everly Brothers Play Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?
007 Barbara Allen Everly Brothers Play Barbara Allen
008 Oh So Many Years Everly Brothers Play Oh So Many Years
009 I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail Everly Brothers Play I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
010 Rocking Alone in An Old Rocking Chair Everly Brothers Play Rocking Alone in An Old Rocking Chair
011 Kentucky Everly Brothers Play Kentucky
012 Put My Little Shoes Away Everly Brothers Play Put My Little Shoes Away
Medium 2
001 Roving Gambler Kelly Harrell Play Roving Gambler
002 Down In The Willow Garden Charlie Monroe Play Down In The Willow Garden
003 Long Time Gone The York Brothers Play Long Time Gone
004 Lightning Express The Blues Sky Boys Play Lightning Express
005 That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine Gene Autry & Jimmy Long Play That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine
006 Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet? The Monroe Brothers Play Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?
007 Rose Conley (Down In The Willow Garden) G.B. Grayson & Henry Whittler Play Rose Conley (Down In The Willow Garden)
008 Roving Gambler Merle Travis Play Roving Gambler
009 Barbara Allen Merle Travis Play Barbara Allen
010 Oh So Many Years The Bailes Brothers Play Oh So Many Years
011 I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail The Blues Sky Boys Play I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
012 Rocking Alone in An Old Rocking Chair Eddy Arnold Play Rocking Alone in An Old Rocking Chair
013 Kentucky Karl & Harty Play Kentucky
014 Put My Little Shoes Away Chuck Wagon Gang Play Put My Little Shoes Away
015 Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet? Patti Page Play Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?
016 The Ballad Of Barberry Ellen John Jacob Niles Play The Ballad Of Barberry Ellen
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