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Title:
The Cadence Sessions 1957-60
Author:
Everly Brothers.
Corporate Author:
Publication Information:
[Place of publication unknown] : Topp Records, [2014]

©2013
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Songs 12-19, stereo.
Language:
English
Contents:
Bye bye love (Take 1) -- Bye bye love (Takes 2, 3, & 4) -- Be-bop-a Lulu (Takes 1 & 2) -- Be-bop-a Lulu (Takes 4 & 5) -- Hey doll baby (Takes 1, 2, & 3) -- Hey doll baby (Takes 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8) -- I wonder if I care as much (Takes 1-3) -- I wonder if I care as much (Takes 4-6) -- Kentucky (Takes 1-7) -- Kentucky (Takes 8, 9, & 10) -- Kentucky (Takes 11-14) -- Like Strangers (Takes 1-3) -- Like Strangers (Takes 4-6) -- Like Strangers (Takes 7-10) -- When will I be loved (Takes 1 & 2) -- When will I be loved (Takes 3-6) -- When will I be loved (Takes 7-10) -- When will I be loved (No vocals) -- Since you broke my heart (No vocals).
UPC:
617395285709
Format :
Music CD

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The Everly Brothers set a modern standard for close two-part harmonies, the kind it seems that only true siblings can reach, and they brought elements of Appalachian folk, country, and pure pop to early rock & roll, all of which makes them far more influential than many people realize. This second volume in a two-volume series includes intimate session takes and studio chatter from the brothers' early years with Cadence Records before they signed with Warner Bros. in 1960. With several takes of each song, this is more of an archival release than anything else, a fascinating look at things behind the studio curtain when rock & roll was just beginning to bloom into the '60s dominant pop music. ~ Steve Leggett