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5-CD box (LP-size) with 76-page hardcover book, 123 tracks. Playing time approx. 348 mns. Bill... more

The Blue Sky Boys: The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set)

5-CD box (LP-size) with 76-page hardcover book, 123 tracks. Playing time approx. 348 mns.

Bill and Earl Bolick, popularly known as the Blue Sky Boys, stood at the center of one of country music’s greatest vocal traditions, that of the Brother Duet. These 5 CDs contain the Blue Sky Boys’ complete recordings for Bluebird and RCA Victor from 1936 – 1950. -- To many, they were the best. Their impeccable, precise, and poignant harmonies, accompanied usually by only a guitar and mandolin, won them a host of fans in their own day and have captivated listeners who discovered them in the wake of the 1960s folk revival. 

The Blue Sky Boys performed the most interesting body of songs of any act in the 1930s and 1940s. Folklorists seized upon their material back in the early 1960s, and their songs are still recorded. Their storehouse of traditional ballads, mournful Victorian parlor songs, shape-note gospel hymns, and sentimental minstrel tunes have always appealed to fans who value the traditional roots of country music, and who appreciate the vital ways in which the Bolick Brothers carried the music and the tradition forward. 

Songs such as Midnight On The Stormy Deep, The Knoxville Girl, Sunny Side Of Life, Are You From Dixie?, and Mary Of The Wild Moor are still sung, and the Blue Sky Boys’ wonderful duet singing still influences bluegrass and country music. Their influence can be heard directly or indirectly in The Everly Brothers, The Louvin Brothers, Ray and Ina Patterson, Everett and Bea Lilly, Don Reno, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Charlie Moore, Tom Gray of the original Country Gentlemen, Ricky Skaggs and Tony Rice, and Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard …most of whom openly acknowledge their indebtedness to the Blue Sky Boys. Even Johnny Cash recorded a Blue Sky Boys song, Mary Of The Wild Moor, on his recent American Recordings CD'.

'No country music act was more popular on radio during the prewar years than the Blue Sky Boys, and another generation learned of their music during the folk revival of the early 1960s when they made a few appearances on college campuses and at folk festivals. Still others have heard them in our own time on random CD reissues. This, though, is the first time that all of the Blue Sky Boys’ music recorded for Bluebird and Victor Records has been gathered in one place. Bill C. Malone, author of 'Country Music USA'.

Nearly all of the 123 recordings are making their first appearance on CD. The sound has been digitally restored by Juergen Crasser without damaging the integrity or purity of the original recordings. The metal part transfers were done by Seth Winner. The 76-page hardcover book contains a full-length, newly-researched Blue Sky Boys biography by country music’s preeminent historian, Bill C. Malone, plus all known photographs of the original Blue Sky Boys, including those from Bill Bolick’s personal photo collection.

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  • Interpret: The Blue Sky Boys

  • Album titlle: The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set)

  • Genre Country

  • Label Bear Family Records

  • Year of publication 2003
  • Price code EK
  • Deluxe Edition
  • Artikelart Box set

  • EAN: 4000127159519

  • weight in Kg 2.4
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 1
01 I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail The Blue Sky Boys
02 Sunny Side Of Life The Blue Sky Boys
03 There'll Come A Time The Blue Sky Boys
04 Where The Soul (Of Man) Never Dies The Blue Sky Boys
05 Midnight On The Stormy Sea The Blue Sky Boys
06 Take Up Thy Cross The Blue Sky Boys
07 Row Us Over The Tide The Blue Sky Boys
08 Down On The Banks Of The Ohio The Blue Sky Boys
09 I'm Troubled, I'm Troubled The Blue Sky Boys
10 The Dying Boys Prayer The Blue Sky Boys
11 No One To Welcome Me Home The Blue Sky Boys
12 Didn't They Crucify My Lord The Blue Sky Boys
13 Only Let Me Walk With Thee The Blue Sky Boys
14 Can't You Hear That Night Bird Crying The Blue Sky Boys
15 An Old Account Was Settled The Blue Sky Boys
16 Sweet Allallee The Blue Sky Boys
17 You Give Me Your Love The Blue Sky Boys
18 I Believe It The Blue Sky Boys
19 When The Ransomed Get Home The Blue Sky Boys
20 Fair Eyed Ellen The Blue Sky Boys
21 Somebody Makes Me Think Of You The Blue Sky Boys
22 Sweet Evalina The Blue Sky Boys
23 No Home The Blue Sky Boys
24 What You Have Done The Blue Sky Boys
25 Sing A Song For The Blind The Blue Sky Boys
26 Within The Circle The Blue Sky Boys
27 They're All Home But One The Blue Sky Boys
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 2
01 Hymns My Mother Sang The Blue Sky Boys
02 Have No Desire To Roam The Blue Sky Boys
03 No Disappointment In Heaven The Blue Sky Boys
04 Story Of The Knoxville Girl The Blue Sky Boys
05 On The Old Plantation The Blue Sky Boys
06 In My Little Home In Tennessee The Blue Sky Boys
07 Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes The Blue Sky Boys
08 The Prisoner's Dream The Blue Sky Boys
09 The Answer To The Prisoner's Dream The Blue Sky Boys
10 When The Stars Begin To Fall The Blue Sky Boys
11 We Buried Her The Blue Sky Boys
12 Heaven Holds All To Me The Blue Sky Boys
13 Little Bessie The Blue Sky Boys
14 I Need The Prayers The Blue Sky Boys
15 Old Fashioned Meeting The Blue Sky Boys
16 Katie Dear The Blue Sky Boys
17 Who Wouldn't Be Lonely The Blue Sky Boys
18 Life-Line The Blue Sky Boys
19 When The Valley Moon Was Low The Blue Sky Boys
20 My Last Letter The Blue Sky Boys
21 Mother Went Her Holiness Way The Blue Sky Boys
22 Hang Out The Front Door Key The Blue Sky Boys
23 This Is Like Heaven To Me The Blue Sky Boys
24 I've Found A Friend The Blue Sky Boys
25 Asleep In The Briny Deep The Blue Sky Boys
26 Last Night While Standing By My Window The Blue Sky Boys
27 There Was A Time The Blue Sky Boys
28 Bring Back My Wandering Boy The Blue Sky Boys
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 3
01 When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland The Blue Sky Boys
02 Are You From Dixie The Blue Sky Boys
03 Give Me My Roses Now The Blue Sky Boys
04 The House Where We Were Wed The Blue Sky Boys
05 There's No Other Lover For Me The Blue Sky Boys
06 God Sent My Little Girl The Blue Sky Boys
07 Someone's Last Day The Blue Sky Boys
08 She'll Be There The Blue Sky Boys
09 The Lightning Express The Blue Sky Boys
10 The Royal Telephone The Blue Sky Boys
11 The Convict And The Rose The Blue Sky Boys
12 Father, Dear Father, Come Home The Blue Sky Boys
13 We Parted By The Riverside The Blue Sky Boys
14 Only One Step More The Blue Sky Boys
15 The East Bound Train The Blue Sky Boys
16 The Last Mile Of The Way The Blue Sky Boys
17 She's Somebody's Darling Once More The Blue Sky Boys
18 I'm S-A-V-E-D The Blue Sky Boys
19 Whispering Hope The Blue Sky Boys
20 The Butcher's Boy The Blue Sky Boys
21 This Evening Light The Blue Sky Boys
22 Mary Of The Wild Moor The Blue Sky Boys
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 4
01 Why Not Confess The Blue Sky Boys
02 Turn Your Radio On The Blue Sky Boys
03 Since The Angels Took My Mother Far Away The Blue Sky Boys
04 In The Hills Of Roane County The Blue Sky Boys
05 Kneel At The Cross The Blue Sky Boys
06 Brown Eyes The Blue Sky Boys
07 Short Life Of Trouble The Blue Sky Boys
08 A Picture On The Wall The Blue Sky Boys
09 Pictures From Life's Other Side The Blue Sky Boys
10 Don't Say Goodbye If You Love Me The Blue Sky Boys
11 Speak To Me Little Darling The Blue Sky Boys
12 Have You Seen My Daddy Here The Blue Sky Boys
13 I Love Her More, Now Mother's Old The Blue Sky Boys
14 Dust On The Bible The Blue Sky Boys
15 Kentucky The Blue Sky Boys
16 I'm Glad (I'm Glad He's Gone And Left You) The Blue Sky Boys
17 The Chapel In The Hills The Blue Sky Boys
18 Sold Down The River The Blue Sky Boys
19 I'm Going To Write To Heaven (For I Know...) The Blue Sky Boys
20 Come To The Saviour The Blue Sky Boys
21 Garden In The Sky The Blue Sky Boys
22 There's Been A Change The Blue Sky Boys
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 5
01 Romans 6:23 The Blue Sky Boys
02 I'll Take My Saviour By The Hand The Blue Sky Boys
03 I Cannot Take You Back Now The Blue Sky Boys
04 Behind These Prison Walls Of Love The Blue Sky Boys
05 Angel Mother The Blue Sky Boys
06 Let's Not Sleep Again The Blue Sky Boys
07 Don't Take The Light (From My Dark Cell) The Blue Sky Boys
08 The Cross On The Hill The Blue Sky Boys
09 The Sweetest Gift, A Mother's Smile The Blue Sky Boys
10 You've Branded Your Name On My Heart The Blue Sky Boys
11 Little Mother Of The Hills The Blue Sky Boys
12 Alabama The Blue Sky Boys
13 One Cold Winter's Eve The Blue Sky Boys
14 Paper Boy The Blue Sky Boys
15 Shake Hands With Your Mother Today The Blue Sky Boys
16 When Heaven Comes Down The Blue Sky Boys
17 The Unfinished Rug The Blue Sky Boys
18 Tears On Her Bridal Bouquet The Blue Sky Boys
19 Lord Be With Us, Amen The Blue Sky Boys
20 Drop Your Net The Blue Sky Boys
21 There'll Be No Broken Hearts For Me The Blue Sky Boys
22 The New Golden Rule The Blue Sky Boys
23 Where Our Darling Sleeps Tonight The Blue Sky Boys
24 Sunny Side Of Life The Blue Sky Boys
The Blue Sky Boys  I t's hard to believe that the Bolick Brothers were only sixteen and... more
"The Blue Sky Boys"

The Blue Sky Boys 

It's hard to believe that the Bolick Brothers were only sixteen and eighteen years old when they made their first records in 1936. We hear their boyish, innocent voices singing with a wisdom and maturity far beyond their years, songs about tragic love, murder, and suicide. They went on to fashion a sound and style of harmony unlike any ever heard before in country music, qualities that have remained unmatched. Over a career that, except for four years of military service during World War II, extended until 1951, Bill and Earl Bolick bequeathed a legacy of such songs as The Sunny Side Of Life, Why Not Confess, Kentucky, and Behind These Prison Walls Of Love that are still sung by bluegrass and old-time country musicians today. A wonderful achievement for a duet that went into professional music essentially because the $10 a week they received for their first gig was better than the $3.50 or less that was available for menial jobs back home!

Originally named Bolch, the Bolicks were heirs to the German migration that came down out of Pennsylvania over the Great Wagon Road into the Piedmont South in the late eighteenth century. Descendants of those migrants still live in the southern Piedmont, which extends from western Maryland to northwestern Georgia. Bill and Earl's ancestors settled in Catawba County, a region of heavy German concentration, and Bill now lives very near to the place where he was born. Serious, disciplined, and often austere in conduct, these people were mostly Lutherans, but Mennonites and various pietistic groups also thrived among the migrants who ventured south. Most became farmers, and evidence of their efficient husbandry can still be seen in the region. Over time, however, just as many in the area around Hickory became workers in the furniture or cotton mills. Hickory in fact still prides itself in being the furniture capital of America.

The Piedmont, that broad geographical expanse that lies between the coastal plain and the mountains, was a region of social, economic, and ethnic diversity. A medley of people, mostly English, Welsh, Scots -Irish, and Huguenot French came in from the east and north where they met and intermarried with the Germans. Lutherans, Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, dissenting sects, and Holiness people established churches and set out to convert the region, but found more often than not that believers moved very easily from one group to another. Although the mountains can be seen looming in the West, and have always exerted a romantic fascination for people everywhere, the Piedmont has had its own special history. Comprising about 35% of the state, the North Carolina Piedmont long remained rural, but in the late nineteenth century became a diversified region of farming, milling, lumbering, and railroad activity. It was a meeting ground for agricultural and industrial enterprises, and for rural and urban folkways. In short, it was the region where the Old South confronted the New, a crossroads or intersection of change. Railroads came; towns and cities appeared along the 'fall line,' that imaginary line that marked the place where water from the western rivers rushed over the falls on the way to the coast. Rural people, mostly from agricultural backgrounds, came into the emerging cities from nearby hinterlands and from the mountains to work in the tobacco, cotton, and furniture mills 

These newcomers came in contact with, and usually embraced, town ways —ready-made clothes, new fashions, labor-saving commodities, department stores, vaudeville and movie houses, and innovations in technology. Automobiles became increasingly available after World War I, and radio stations began to appear in such towns as Danville, Roanoke, Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Greenville, and Columbia, booming their signals through the surrounding countryside, down along the Atlantic Coast, and sometimes well into the mountains (musicians of course also went to nearby stations in Atlanta, Asheville, Bristol and other towns that were contiguous to the Piedmont). Fledgling musicians flocked to the stations from all over the rural Southeast during the twenties and Depression years, sharing their songs and styles with each other, and building networks of personal appearances through their broadcasts. The Piedmont, in short, was one of the historic but often overlooked birthplaces of American country music.

Bill Bolick was born in West Hickory, North Carolina on October 29, 1917, and Earl on November 16, 1919, to Garland and Annie Elizabeth Hallman Bolick. Bill and Earl were the fourth and fifth children in a family of four boys and two girls. Mom Hallman came from a farm 'out in the sticks' in the adjoining county of Caldwell, but went to work in a cotton mill when she was about nine years old. She in fact even met her future husband, Garland, in the Ivey Mill where he was working at the age of twelve or thirteen. She once told her son Bill that conditions in the mill and mill village were no worse than they had been out in the country, and that she had worked in the fields as a small girl. Garland Bolick, who grew up in Catawba County, left the mills much earlier than did his wife, and worked for a short time in the furniture industry, largely in the pay of Hickory's most prominent industrial proprietor, George Ivey. Almost everyone in West Hickory worked for Mr. Ivey, who was the owner of an iron foundry, the Southern Desk Company, maker of school and church furniture, and the cotton textile mill where Garland and Annie Elizabeth had met. By the time Bill and Earl were born, Garland had found employment in the local post office, a position that carried greater respectability and a measure of economic security than would have been scarcely possible for a mill worker. The Bolicks in fact were one of the few families in their area of North Carolina who owned a telephone, radio, and automobile.

 

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Tracklist
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 1
01 I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
02 Sunny Side Of Life
03 There'll Come A Time
04 Where The Soul (Of Man) Never Dies
05 Midnight On The Stormy Sea
06 Take Up Thy Cross
07 Row Us Over The Tide
08 Down On The Banks Of The Ohio
09 I'm Troubled, I'm Troubled
10 The Dying Boys Prayer
11 No One To Welcome Me Home
12 Didn't They Crucify My Lord
13 Only Let Me Walk With Thee
14 Can't You Hear That Night Bird Crying
15 An Old Account Was Settled
16 Sweet Allallee
17 You Give Me Your Love
18 I Believe It
19 When The Ransomed Get Home
20 Fair Eyed Ellen
21 Somebody Makes Me Think Of You
22 Sweet Evalina
23 No Home
24 What You Have Done
25 Sing A Song For The Blind
26 Within The Circle
27 They're All Home But One
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 2
01 Hymns My Mother Sang
02 Have No Desire To Roam
03 No Disappointment In Heaven
04 Story Of The Knoxville Girl
05 On The Old Plantation
06 In My Little Home In Tennessee
07 Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes
08 The Prisoner's Dream
09 The Answer To The Prisoner's Dream
10 When The Stars Begin To Fall
11 We Buried Her
12 Heaven Holds All To Me
13 Little Bessie
14 I Need The Prayers
15 Old Fashioned Meeting
16 Katie Dear
17 Who Wouldn't Be Lonely
18 Life-Line
19 When The Valley Moon Was Low
20 My Last Letter
21 Mother Went Her Holiness Way
22 Hang Out The Front Door Key
23 This Is Like Heaven To Me
24 I've Found A Friend
25 Asleep In The Briny Deep
26 Last Night While Standing By My Window
27 There Was A Time
28 Bring Back My Wandering Boy
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 3
01 When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland
02 Are You From Dixie
03 Give Me My Roses Now
04 The House Where We Were Wed
05 There's No Other Lover For Me
06 God Sent My Little Girl
07 Someone's Last Day
08 She'll Be There
09 The Lightning Express
10 The Royal Telephone
11 The Convict And The Rose
12 Father, Dear Father, Come Home
13 We Parted By The Riverside
14 Only One Step More
15 The East Bound Train
16 The Last Mile Of The Way
17 She's Somebody's Darling Once More
18 I'm S-A-V-E-D
19 Whispering Hope
20 The Butcher's Boy
21 This Evening Light
22 Mary Of The Wild Moor
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 4
01 Why Not Confess
02 Turn Your Radio On
03 Since The Angels Took My Mother Far Away
04 In The Hills Of Roane County
05 Kneel At The Cross
06 Brown Eyes
07 Short Life Of Trouble
08 A Picture On The Wall
09 Pictures From Life's Other Side
10 Don't Say Goodbye If You Love Me
11 Speak To Me Little Darling
12 Have You Seen My Daddy Here
13 I Love Her More, Now Mother's Old
14 Dust On The Bible
15 Kentucky
16 I'm Glad (I'm Glad He's Gone And Left You)
17 The Chapel In The Hills
18 Sold Down The River
19 I'm Going To Write To Heaven (For I Know...)
20 Come To The Saviour
21 Garden In The Sky
22 There's Been A Change
Blue Sky Boys - The Sunny Side Of Life (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 5
01 Romans 6:23
02 I'll Take My Saviour By The Hand
03 I Cannot Take You Back Now
04 Behind These Prison Walls Of Love
05 Angel Mother
06 Let's Not Sleep Again
07 Don't Take The Light (From My Dark Cell)
08 The Cross On The Hill
09 The Sweetest Gift, A Mother's Smile
10 You've Branded Your Name On My Heart
11 Little Mother Of The Hills
12 Alabama
13 One Cold Winter's Eve
14 Paper Boy
15 Shake Hands With Your Mother Today
16 When Heaven Comes Down
17 The Unfinished Rug
18 Tears On Her Bridal Bouquet
19 Lord Be With Us, Amen
20 Drop Your Net
21 There'll Be No Broken Hearts For Me
22 The New Golden Rule
23 Where Our Darling Sleeps Tonight
24 Sunny Side Of Life