The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert

The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert

The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert

The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I have always loved the Everly Brothers. So many of their songs are gorgeous and some are upbeat and fun. I love the ballads the most. The 1983 Reunion Concert was very emotional for the entire audience...such a joy to hear them sing together again after a 10-year separation. Their voices were richer and more beautiful, and they both looked happy. I remember the words to many of their hits, and the music takes me back to my life at that time and lots of memories. Songs can evoke the time and place in the past. They were not only very talented but both were adorable to look at and still handsome in their 40's in 1983. Their blended voices are like a 3rd abstract entity, and the sound of their harmonies is magical. There has never been a more beautiful sound to my ears. Their albums after 1983 are also brilliant. I listen to certain songs almost every day and they never get old. A stunning and beautiful concert that I will enjoy many times.large discharge sale,max 90% off,ranking top3The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert
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After years of separation, the two voices and acoustic guitars that laid the foundation for pop music were united again to harmonize in London's Royal Albert Hall as thousands of fans who flocked to the scene were joined by generations of musicians they inspired, from the Beatles to the Beach Boys. With an all-star band featuring keyboardist Pete Wingfield, guitartists Albert Lee and Martin Jenner and drummer Graham Jarvis, the Everly Brothers sing 20 of their greatest songs, proving originals are still the best. Songs: Claudette, Walk Right Back, Crying in the Rain, Cathy's Clown, Love Is Strange, When Will I Be Loved?, So Sad (To Watch Love Go Bad), Bird Dog, Be-Bop-a-Lula, Barbara Allen, A Long Time Gone, Step It Up and Go, Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, Devoted to You, Love Hurts, ('Til) I Kissed You, All I Have to Do Is Dream, Lucille, Let It Be Me.

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Some things never change--and when it comes to the Everly Brothers, that's definitely a "i"good thing. Seen here performing at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1983 following a lengthy and acrimonious split, Don and Phil barely miss a beat. They were in their mid-40s, and performing together for the first time in some 10 years (Phil had smashed a guitar and walked offstage in what you might call a fit of pique), but their harmonies are as perfect as ever, to the point where it's hard to tell who's singing which part. Backed by a band of crack British musicians, they run through some 21 songs, including a dizzying array of hits. "Crying in the Rain," "Wake Up Little Susie," "Cathy's Clown," "Bye Bye Love": the Everlys may not have written most of their tunes, but they sure know how to pick 'em. This is the real deal. --Sam Graham

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The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert

The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I have always loved the Everly Brothers. So many of their songs are gorgeous and some are upbeat and fun. I love the ballads the most. The 1983 Reunion Concert was very emotional for the entire audience...such a joy to hear them sing together again after a 10-year separation. Their voices were richer and more beautiful, and they both looked happy. I remember the words to many of their hits, and the music takes me back to my life at that time and lots of memories. Songs can evoke the time and place in the past. They were not only very talented but both were adorable to look at and still handsome in their 40's in 1983. Their blended voices are like a 3rd abstract entity, and the sound of their harmonies is magical. There has never been a more beautiful sound to my ears. Their albums after 1983 are also brilliant. I listen to certain songs almost every day and they never get old. A stunning and beautiful concert that I will enjoy many times.large discharge sale,max 90% off,ranking top3The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert