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The Everly Brothers – Both Sides Of An Evening

The Everly Brothers’ move to Warner Brothers Records in 1960 marked a productive period for them, and this collection of 14 tracks features a selection of their musical output during that time, including songs like “My Mammy,” “The Wayward Wind,” and “When I Grow Too Old To Dream.”


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Sku: LGC1316

The Everly Brothers had switched from Cadence to Warner Brothers Records in early 1960 and wasted no time in getting new material out to the market.

14 Tracks Including: My Mammy, Muskrat, My Gal Sal, Grandfather’s Clock, Bully Of The Town, Chlo-e, Mention My Name In Sheboygan, Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo, The Wayward Wind, Don’t Blame Me, Now Is The Hour, Little Old Lady, When I Grow Too Old To Dream, Love Is Where You Find It. Plus Many More. ( 1 CD )