The Statler Brothers - Country Music Then And Now mp3 flac
The Statler Brothers. The Definitive Collection MCA Years.
Non-Music, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Country, Comedy. Notes: Sides are labeled "Then" and "Now" instead of Side 1/A and Side 2/B. Tracklist. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again. No One Will Ever Know. The Saturday Morning Radio Show.
The discography of The Statler Brothers, an American country music group, consists of 38 albums and 69 singles. The group debuted in 1965 with "Flowers on the Wall", a number 2 country and number 4 pop hit. Although they never made top 40 on the pop charts again, The Statler Brothers continued to chart on Hot Country Songs until 1990, reaching number one with "Do You Know You Are My Sunshine" in 1978; "Elizabeth" in 1984; and "My Only Love" and "Too Much on My Heart," both in 1985.
Country Music Then & Now. (LP - Mercury. Nostalgia is the theme of the Statler Brothers' 1972 album Country Music Then & Now, so much so that even the "now" is "then" - many of the group's new compositions concern the past in one way or another. The album's TopTen hit, "The Class of '57," is one of the most poignant and melancholy expressions of aging and faded dreams in popular music - the kind of song that moved Kurt Vonnegut to call the Statlers "America's poets
Country Music Then & Now. (Cassette - Polygram 260). The album's TopTen hit, "The Class of '57," is one of the most poignant and melancholy expressions of aging and faded dreams in popular music - the kind of song that moved Kurt Vonnegut to call the Statlers "America's poets
The Statler Brothers Quiz. The Country America Loves 1977. Thank God I’ve Got You . The Movies . Let It Show. You Could Be Coming to Me. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. The Essential Statler Brothers 3-Disc Box Set with pictures, booklet and 62 songs spanning thirty years of music. The Statler Brothers Sing the Classics (TV Album) 1995. Memories Are Made of This. Naughty Lady of Shady Lane. She Thinks I Still Care.
The Statler Brothers. The Statler Brothers were an American country music vocal group founded in 1955 in Staunton, Virginia. Originally performing gospel music at local churches, the group billed themselves as The Four Star Quartet, and later The Kingsmen. In 1963, when the song "Louie, Louie" by the garage rock band also called The Kingsmen became famous, the group elected to bill themselves as The Statler Brothers. Despite the name, only two members of the group (Don and Harold Reid) are actual brothers and none have the surname of "Statler".
Listen to Statler Brothers lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Statler Brothers. Carry Me Back (1974). Thank You World (1974). Country Music Then And Now (1972). Country Symphonies (1972). Pictures Of Moments To Remember (1971). The Big Hits (1971). Bed Of Roses (1970).
The Statler Brothers - The Wreck Of The Old '97 (02:16, 192Kb/s). The Statler Brothers - Hammers and Nails (02:38, 192Kb/s). The Statler Brothers - Sissy (03:59, 192Kb/s). The Statler Brothers - That'll Be The Day (02:04, 192Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Flowers On The Wall: The Essential Statler Brothers 1964-1969 (1996).
On 30 November 1985, the Statler Brothers climbed to the top of the country countdown for the fourth and last time, with 'Too Much On My Heart. But then, their already impressive songbook of major hits expanded no end, with 16 more top ten singles, including two more chart-toppers, before the historic date of 30 November 1985. That’s when the group from Staunton, Virginia climbed to the top of the country countdown for the fourth and last time, with ‘Too Much On My Heart. That became a top three country hit, and by October the album had become their first and only LP to reach No. 1. ‘Too Much On My Heart’ was written by Jimmy Fortune, the musician from Virginia who had joined the line-up of the Statler Brothers in the early 1980s to replace Lew DeWitt.
|A1||The Saturday Morning Radio Show (Monologue) (Begin)|
|B1||The Saturday Morning Radio Show (Monologue) (Concl.|
|B2||No One Will Ever Know|
|B3||Under It All|
|C1||The Class Of '57|
|C2||Jesus, Take Another Look At Me|
|C3||1953 - Dear John-Honky-Tonk Blues|
|D1||When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again|
|D2||A Stranger In My Place|
|D3||Every Time I Trust A Gal|
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By Special Arrangements With Polydor Records (Canada) Ltd.
Track order same as cassette; differs from LP.
|SR 61367||The Statler Brothers||Country Music Then And Now (LP)||Mercury||SR 61367||US||1972|
|MCR 4-61367, none||The Statler Bros.*||Country Music Then And Now (Cass, Album)||Mercury, PolyGram Records, Inc.||MCR 4-61367, none||US||1972|
|7142 134||The Statler Brothers||Country Music Then And Now (Cass, Album)||Mercury||7142 134||UK||1972|
|SR 61367||The Statler Brothers||Country Music Then And Now (LP)||Mercury||SR 61367||US||Unknown|
|SR 61367||The Statler Brothers||Country Music Then And Now (LP, Club)||Mercury||SR 61367||US||1972|