Don Everly - Don Everly FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Don Everly
Country: New Zealand
Style: Folk Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1455 mb
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The Everly Brothers were an American country-influenced rock and roll duo, known for steel-string acoustic guitar playing and close harmony singing. Consisting of Isaac Donald "Don" Everly (born February 1, 1937) and Phillip Jason "Phil" Everly (January 19, 1939 – January 3, 2014), the duo were raised in a musical family, first appearing on radio singing along with their father Ike Everly and mother Margaret Everly as "The Everly Family" in the 1940s.
Born in Kentucky in 1937, Don Everly learned to sing and play guitar at an early age. He made his radio debut around the age of 8 with his younger brother Phil. The pair signed a record deal in 1957. The Everly Brothers soon scored a series of hits, including "Bye Bye Love" and "All I Have to Do Is Dream. The pair split up in 1973, and Don launched a solo career. In 1983, Don and Phil reunited for a concert in London. Not long after, the pair recorded a new album together, EB 84. One of the album's highlights was the song "On the Wings of a Nightingale," which was penned by Paul McCartney. Don and Phil continued to perform together periodically over the years. They even released another album, 1989's Some Hearts.
Don Everly – Brother Jukebox. Label: The Magnum Music Group – CDSD 002. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. 9. Oh, What A Feeling. 10. Turn The Memories Loose Again.
Exposed to music at an early age, Don Everly teamed up with his brother, Phil Everly, to form the popular '50s and '60s rock duo the Everly Brothers. Their first album, Bye Bye Love, gained them internationa. ead Full Biography.
No. 1 hit "Cathy's Clown. FILE PHOTO: Musician Phil Everly speaks during a ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood in this September 7, 2011 file photo. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/Files. In a complaint filed on Wednesday, Don Everly asked a federal judge to declare him the song’s sole author, and block Phil’s widow Patti and sons Chris and Jason from claiming half of the . songwriter royalties.
Along with Don, Phil Everly took The Everly Brothers to the forefront of its peers, first finding success with its self-titled debut album in 1958. The duo charted 31 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including 12 top 10 hits. They claimed a No. 1 single with "Cathy's Clown" in 1960, which spent five weeks atop the chart
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Written-By – Bob Nolan
|A2||Eyes Of Asia||2:58|
|A3||Don't Drink The Water||3:10|
|B1||When I Stop Dreaming||3:11|
|B3||Thinking It Over||3:09|
Written-By – Don Gibson
- Recorded At – A&M Studios
- Acoustic Bass – Max R. Bennett*
- Backing Vocals – Debra Clinger, Donna Washburn, Peggy Clinger
- Bass – Chris Ethridge
- Design – Bill Al Bengston*
- Drums – Jim L. Keltner*
- Engineer – Henry Lewy
- Guitar [Bottle Neck] – Ryland Cooder*
- Keyboards – Spooner Oldham
- Organ – George Clinton, Jr.*
- Percussion – Milton Holland*
- Photography – Jerry McMillan
- Producer – Lou Adler
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Don Everly
- Saxophone – Curtis Amy
- Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete Kleinow
- Synthesizer [Moog] – Paul Beaver
- Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic] – Scott McKenzie
NotesTune titles, on back of sleeve, are in alphabetic order. Contains printed lyric and photo insert.
|SODL-934 057||Don Everly||Don Everly (LP, Album)||A&M Records, Ode Records||SODL-934 057||New Zealand||1971|
|SP 77005||Don Everly||Don Everly (LP, Album)||Ode Records||SP 77005||US||1971|
|SP 77005||Don Everly||Don Everly (LP, Promo)||Ode Records||SP 77005||US||1970|
|SP 77005||Don Everly||Don Everly (LP, Promo)||Ode Records||SP 77005||US||1971|