Wednesday, June 9, 2021

The Everly Brothers - Both Sides of an Evening (1961)

The Everly Brothers - Both Sides of an Evening (1961)

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The Everly Brothers - Both Sides of an Evening

Side one (For Dancing)

"My Mammy" (Walter Donaldson, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis) – 2:15

"Muskrat" (Merle Travis, Tex Ann, Harold Hensley) – 2:18

"My Gal Sal" (Paul Dressor) – 2:50

"Grandfather's Clock" (Henry Clay Work) – 2:22

"Bully of the Town" (Adapted by Ike Everly) – 2:01

"Chlo-e" (Neil Moret, Gus Kahn) – 2:05

"Mention My Name in Sheboygan" (Bob Hilliard, Dick Sanford, Samuel Mysels) – 1:51

Side two (For Dreaming)

"Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" (Tim Kapper, Helen Deutsch) – 1:44

"The Wayward Wind" (Herb Newman, Stanley Lebowsky) – 2:26

"Don't Blame Me" (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields) – 3:26

"Now Is the Hour" (Traditional) – 2:39

"Little Old Lady" (Hoagy Carmichael, Stanley Adams) – 2:24

"When I Grow Too Old to Dream" (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II) – 2:30

"Love Is Where You Find It" (Nacio Herb Brown, Earl Brent) – 1:48

The Everly Brothers Band Members / Musicians
Don Everly – guitar, vocals
Phil Everly – guitar, vocals
Chet Atkins – guitar
Harold Bradley – guitar
Hank Garland – guitar
Ray Edenton - guitar
Sammy Pruett - guitar
Walter Haynes – steel guitar
Lightnin' Chance - bass
Marvin Hughes – piano
Buddy Harman – drums
Lou Busch – percussion, tambourine, cowbell

Both Sides Of An Evening is the 5th studio album and released in 1961 by The Everly Brothers. Though it was released at the peak of their career, it failed to make any of the record charts.

Fourteen songs were laid down for the album, in two halves (the first seven, for side A, were marked "For dancing", and the second seven, for side B, marked "For dreaming"). The completed album was recorded in only three days worth of sessions. It was produced by Bill Porter.

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