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 Post subject: Everly Brothers
PostPosted: 06 Jan 2014, 22:09 
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Now with one gone I thought to listen to some really old vinyl. I have an Everly Brothers Bests LP. A Cadence issue from about 1962. Surprisingly a decent recording in mono as was common then. Amazing for something over 50 years ago. For those who don't understand their influence on the music industry you should Google them.

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 Post subject: Re: Everly Brothers
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Speaking of the Everly Brothers.....

There was a wonderful, live recording of "Wake Up Little Suzie" done in the 80's that was never released to the public, only to radio stations.

Well, almost 30 years has gone by and do you know if it ever was released?

Seems the Torrenting teens in mama's basement don't care for this type of music :P

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 Post subject: Re: Everly Brothers
PostPosted: 08 Jan 2014, 07:39 
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gofar99 wrote:
Now with one gone I thought to listen to some really old vinyl. I have an Everly Brothers Bests LP. A Cadence issue from about 1962. Surprisingly a decent recording in mono as was common then. Amazing for something over 50 years ago. For those who don't understand their influence on the music industry you should Google them.

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Bruce

This is about my era and I never followed them. Stones, Hendrix and Blue Cheer kicked off my early music likes. I was about 10.

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 Post subject: Re: Everly Brothers
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Hi, They didn't come along until several years later in my listening career.

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