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|Author:||erik "the dane"|
|Date:||4/12/2007 2:29:01 PM|
|Subject:||Purchase a cd box!|
|Message:||Just bought a great EVERLY BROTHERS include 8 cd`s and 1 dvd.
Total 204 tracks cd/dvd.
Titel: Chained to a memory - 1965-72 recordings.
A Bear Family Record issue.
Great "heavy" book include - 200 sides.
Everly Brothers recorded "Sweet Memories" at sessions in RCA Victor Studio, Nashville Monday July 24, 1972.
Producer Chet Atkins, Don Everly sing solo with Phil join in for the song`s choruses).
Bobby Thompson on guitar, Weldon Myrick on steel, Steve Schaffer on bass and Hargus Robbins on piano.
Did Everly Brothers ever recorded more MICKEY NEWBURY song????
I bought this BOX because Everly Brothers already in late 1966 recorded a rare sing-/songwriter JIMMY LAYNE WEBB`s tune call "When Eddie comes home".
(FIRST TIME EVER ON RECORD with Everly Brothers - only recorded version).
One of the first recorded J.W. song.
Later in December 1966 Everly Brothers recorded Jimmy´s "She never smiles anymore" - great tune.
Both tunes with strings, and with GLEN CAMPBELL on guitar and together other from the WRECKING CREW (Phil Spector people).
In October 1966 first recorded version of J.W.`s tune "By the time I get to Phoenix" (#no. 3 ever on BMI list 1990) was recorded by JOHNNY RIVERS.
But DEMO was made a little before by TONY MARTIN.
First in August of 1967 Glen Campbell recorded "Phoenix".
Jimmy first HIT, was with Fifth Dimension version of "Up, up and away" recorded between January/March 1967.
This tune was later "BOUGHT" by TWA Airlines for a LOT of money.
Take care out there!
erik "the dane"
| Purchase a cd box! by erik "the dane" at 4/12/2007 2:29:01 PM|
| Re: Purchase a cd box! by Joe Z at 4/12/2007 5:22:13 PM|