Beginning to mid 1960's

We seem to have a lapse in years in Forum, after childhood, I don't see from where they hit it off and running through into the 60's. Hopefully we can put all things connected in those years here

Jamboree with June Carter, the Everly Brothers are singing both sides of their hit single - "Bye Bye Love and I Wonder if I Care as Much"
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Chris, I like the idea! Is it for articles, interviews, recordings?? All?
I think everything, not just recordings from those years, photos, articles, whatever anyone wants to post here.
The link below has charts, which list recordings of the Everly Brothers prior to 1961.

There are charts which show both albums and singles.

Excerpt - early albums:
04 1958 THE EBs - "THEY'RE OFF AND ROLLING…" - CLP 3003
12 1958 SONGS OUR DADDY TAUGHT US - CLP 3016
03 1959 THE EBs BEST - CLP 3025
05 1960 THE FABULOUS STYLE OF THE EBs (US) - CLP 3040
THE FABULOUS STYLE OF THE EBs (UK) - HA-A2266 *3
*3 The UK (LONDON) version differs in track listing from the US version


Excerpt - early singles:
1952 DON'T LET OUR LOVE DIE [KFNF] #2 Leslie York 3:11 bt: LSP 1060 (includes intro by Ike Everly part of which is used on the WB album ROOTS)
1952 ROLL ALONG JORDAN Trad. WS 1752 12 (Excerpt appears on the 1968 WB ROOTS album)
1952 TEARDROPS FALLING IN THE SNOW [KFNF] Mac McCarty



A few are from broadcasts later incorporated into albums. Still it shows the very young voices of Don and Phil, starting in 1946.
EXCERPT - early recordings:

25 12 1946 SILENT NIGHT (Phil solo) #1 [Radio KMA] Joseph Mohr/Franz Xaver Gruber
25 12 1946 SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN (Don solo) [Radio KMA] Haven Gillespie/J. Fred Coots
Both above tracks around as bootlegs. They included dialogue with the programme presenter (pre-Everly Family radio show).



LINK TO DISCOGRAPHY PRIOR TO 1961:
http://www.everlybrothers.net/file/disco/cadence+....


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