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The Very Best of the Everly Brothers

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Artist: Everly Brothers
Genre: Rock/Pop, Oldies
Release Date: August 1964

Review by DjBatman
4 stars out of 4

Continuously reprinted, this collection features some original versions and some re-recorded (in 1965!) versions of Don & Phil Everly's greatest hits. Their particular vocal impact (due to the fact that the voices of the two brothers were very similar) was absolutely new for the rock'n'roll scene of those years; according to some music historians, the Beatles might have been heavily influenced by the vocal style of the Everly bros. The BPM ranges from the fast numbers like "Bye bye love" and "Wake up little suzie", to the calm of the classic lullaby "All I have to do is dream" (ahem-- better known these days because widely used in tv commercials...) and to "Ebony eyes". Most of the songs featured on this album are penned by F. & B. Bryant, probably the brothers' favourite songwriters (but there's also "Cathy's clown" a classic written by Don & Phil, a cover of Little Richard's "Lucille" and some other songs). I just love this stuff.



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