september 30, 2017

The Everly Brothers - EB 84 (1984) - Lp

The Everly Brothers were an American country-influenced rock and roll duo, known for steel-string acoustic guitar playing and close harmony singing.
Isaac Donald "Don" Everly (born February 1, 1937) and Phillip "Phil" Everly (January 19, 1939 – January 3, 2014) were elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

EB 84 is a 1984 album by The Everly Brothers, and the duo's first album of new material in 11 years.
After their televised reunion concert, the Everlys made a commercial and artistic comeback with EB 84. With Dave Edmunds producing, Phil and Don brought their sound into the '80s while maintaining their trademark harmonies. Lifted by Paul McCartney's "Wings of a Nightingale" and Jeff Lynne's ethereal "The Story of Me," this record has more to offer than simply nostalgia.

They're singing as good as ever, but not the same as ever--with the harmonies more luxurious and soulful, they can finally pass for grown men as they approach fifty. Unfortunately, maturity doesn't suit them any better than Dave Edmunds's lacquered, interpretation-enhancing production, because mature interpretation will never be their forte. They may sound like grown men and they may sound soulful, but that doesn't mean they sound like soulful grown men--a certain emotional complexity eludes them. Of all these hand-tailored comeback-special songs, only Paul Kennerly's "The First in Line" and Don's own "Asleep" are simple enough to fit.

Side A
A1. On The Wings Of A Nightingale - 2:33
A2. Danger Danger - 3:26
A3. The Story Of Me - 4:11
A4. I’m Takin’ My Time - 2:46
A5. The First In Line - 2:57

Side B
B1. Lay, Lady, Lay - 3:14
B2. Following The Sun - 3:31
B3. You Make It Seem So Easy - 3:12
B4. More Than I Can Handle - 2:58
B5. Asleep - 4:10

Release: 1984
Genre: Pop, Rock & Roll
Format: LP
Label: Mercury Records
Catalog# 822 431-1
Prijs: €7.95

Vinyl: Goed
Cover: Goed

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