The Wetherly Brothers
Johnny & Vern Sing Country Favorites
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|A1||When I Need You Most|
|A2||Be My Lover|
|A4||Be True To Me|
|A5||The Very Last Time|
|B1||So Mixed Up|
|B3||I Feel The Blues|
|B4||Don't Ever Leave Me|
|B5||Faithful And True|
The Everly Brothers Sing Great Country Hits is an album by The Everly Brothers, originally released in 1963. It was re-released on CD in 2005 on the Collectors' Choice Music label. Side one. "Oh Lonesome Me" (Don Gibson) – 2:17. Born to Lose" (Frankie Brown, Ted Daffan) – 2:24.
The Sutherland Brothers (Gavin and Iain Sutherland) are a British duo, born in Scotland who originally performed folk and rock music in the early 1970s, and then from 1973 to 1978 joined with rock band Quiver to record and tour as Sutherland Brothers & Quiver. Under this combined moniker, the group recorded several albums and had a significant international hit single with the song "Arms of Mary" in 1976
The Everly Brothers' homage to some of the best country songs of their era (and their authors and originators) seems like a no-brainer today, and ought to be regarded as a classic record, right up there with their own Roots, not to mention as beloved as anything by the Louvin Brothers or even, say, the Brown's Ferry Four in its sheer.
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Vern and Johnny are two Vaudeville men who perform duets and acts together. Vern, who does the singing is voiced by Seth MacFarlane, while Johnny the pianist has never spoken. Their signature piano tune is "Galloping Gertie" by Sam Fonteyn. In "Holy Crap", Vern debuts following Francis Griffin's release from jail. In "Deep Throats" they perform together at the talent show.
The album was recorded May 11–13, 1964 at Owen Bradley's studio Bradley Film & Recording in Nashville.