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The Louvin Brothers - Two Different Worlds FLAC album

Performer: The Louvin Brothers
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Two Different Worlds
Country: US
Released: 1966
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1616 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1893 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1769 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 516

Moe Bandy - Cowboy Songs. 2 more albums featuring this track. We Live In Two Different Worlds (Undubbed Version). I Can't Escape From You (Undubbed Session Demo).

The brothers adopted the name Louvin Brothers in the 1940s as they began their career in gospel music. Their first foray into secular music was the minor hit "The Get Acquainted Waltz", recorded with Chet Atkins. Other hits included "Cash on the Barrelhead" and "When I Stop Dreaming". 1975: Live at New River Ranch (Collectors Classic). 1976: I Don't Believe You Met My Baby (Hilltop).

Nearer My God to Thee is a Gospel album by American country music duo The Louvin Brothers, released in 1957. All those single releases would later be collected on one album, The Family Who Prays. In 1992, all of the tracks from Nearer My God to Thee were included in the Close Harmony 8-CD box set issued by Bear Family Records. In 2002, Nearer My God to Thee was reissued by King Records.

Satan Is Real is a gospel album by American country music duo The Louvin Brothers, released in 1959. Producer Ken Nelson set up recording sessions in August 1958 to record enough tracks for two albums. The first was to become Country Love Ballads, the second the gospel music for Satan is Real. Over 20 songs were recorded in a seven-day span. The 3-minute title-track, with only two sung choruses, is largely taken up by a personal narrative monologue describing the dangers of Satan.

Most of these were singles, but the Louvin Bothers were unique for their time by also assembling albums with great care, making them essentially concept productions (the two most notable being Tragic Songs of Life and Satan Is Real, neither of which was a random set of songs), and some of those album tracks are here, as well.

cue) Tracklist: 01 Kentucky (2:40) 02 I'll Be All Smiles Tonight (3:15) 03 Let Her Go, God Bless Her (2:55) 04 What Is Home Without Love (3:00) 05 A Tiny Broken Heart (2:34) 06 In the Pines (3: 15) 07 Alabama (2:43) 08 Katie Dear (2:34) 09 My Brother's Will (3:16) 10 Knoxville Girl (3:49) 11 Take the News to Mother (2:48) 12 Mary of the Wild Moor (3:14).

Also, I notice that the Louvin Brothers seem to actually be in Hell!? This kinda stuff frightens the shit out of m. atan may be 'real'(in fact there's no credible evidence pointing in that direction), but Rednecks are certainly very Real. There's nothing more horrific than Stupidity,and this album is it. Ira and Charlie Loudermilk were The Louvin Brothers,a bluegrass harmony duo that existed from 1955 until 1963 when they broke up due to Ira's volatile temper. I dread to think what brother Ira, ironically the acronym for a catholic terrorist organistation in Ireland, was capable of if he was confronted by a communist,or any of the usual suspects previously.

Songs he had recorded for a solo album were released posthumously. The Louvin Brothers were inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in 1991 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. Sítios: charlielouvin.

1975 : Live at New River Ranch (Collectors Classic). 1976 : I Don't Believe You Met My Baby (Hilltop).


A1 Why Not Confess 2:31
A2 Making Believe 2:22
A3 Have I Stayed Away Too Long 2:28
A4 Are You Teasing Me 2:54
A5 Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die 2:33
B1 I Wonder Where You Are Tonight 2:39
B2 When I Stop Dreaming 2:28
B3 Pitfall 2:02
B4 Two Different Worlds 2:32
B5 Low And Lonely 2:12



Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DT 5038 The Louvin Brothers Two Different Worlds ‎(LP, Comp) Tower DT 5038 US 1966