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Disc 1

1. Wake Up Little Susie
2. Bye Bye love
3. This Little Girl Of Mine
4. Bird Dog
5. Problems
6. Be Bop A-Lula
7. Brand New Heartache
8. Kentucky
9. I Want You To Know
10. Hey Doll Baby
11. Lucille
12. Leave My Woman Alone
13. Down In The Willow Garden
14. Sigh, Cry, Almost Die
15. Oh, True Love
16. Put My Little Shoes Away
17. Some Sweet Day
18. What Kind Of Girl Are You
19. Should We Tell Him
20. Like Strangers

 

Disc 2

1. All I Have To Do Is Dream
2. Rip It Up
3. Claudette
4. Take A Message To Mary
5. (Till) I Kissed You
6. Keep A-Knockin'
7. Crying In The Rain
8. Barbara Allen
9. Stick With Me Baby
10. Baby What You Want Me To Do
11. Autumn Leaves
12. A Change Of Heart
13. That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine
14. Chlo-E
15. Rockin' Alone In An Old Rockin' Chair
16. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
17. Just In Case
18. Sleepless Nights
19. Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet
20. Love Is Strange (Live)

Disc 3

1. Cathy's Clown
2. Walk Right Back
3. When Will I Be Loved
4. Don't Blame Me
5. Let It Be Me
6. Temptation
7. That's Old Fashioned
8. Donna, Donna
9. Lightning Express
10. So How Come (No One Loves Me)
11. Oh So Many Years
12. Made To Love
13. Memories Are Made Of This
14. Roving Gambler
15. Always It's You
16. That's Just Too Much
17. That's What You Do To Me
18. I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
19. Love Hurts
20. The Price Of Love (Live)

The Platinum Collection

Artist THE EVERLY BROTHERS

Format 3CD

Cat No NOT3CD275

Bar-Code 5060432022754

Availability: In stock

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"I believe that if they ever had a singing Olympics Donald and I would get (into the) top 3, if not win some gold. If you put us all together and let us have a sing-off, we could hold our own with anybody from any era. That maybe sounds a little prideful, but that’s what I believe." Phil Everly’s words to author and music historian Joe Smith will ring very true to anyone who listens to this compilation. All the tracks on it are half a century old, yet sound as fresh as ever. The fact is, that the harmonies Don and Phil brought to the charts were widely influential on a generation of pop performers on both sides of the Atlantic. For most of their recordings, Don sang the baritone and Phil the higher tenor part. Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel were just one of the acts that copied the Everlys, while Bob Dylan added to the praise by saying, ‘We owe these guys everything. They started it all.’

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