The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick) / The Carter Sisters And Mother Maybelle - Alabama / Why Do You Weep, Dear Willow? mp3 flac
Musicans: ・Bill Bolick (Mandolin, Vocals) ・Earl Bolick (Guitar, Vocals).
Here's a clip of Mother Maybelle and The Sisters in glorious technicolor, singing about love. I adore the rich reds and pinks. I adore the rich reds and pinks
The Carter Sisters And Mother Maybelle - Why Do You Weep Dear Willow? (7", Gre). June Carter With The Carter Sisters And Mother Maybelle. June Carter With The Carter Sisters And Mother Maybelle - The Baldheaded End Of The Broom, Root, Hog Or Die (Single).
Now known as Mother Maybelle & The Carter Sisters, the group released its first record on February 2, 1949, produced in Atlanta, Georgia through RCA Victor records. The group recorded many singles in the 1950s. The sisters also individually released occasional single records but none of their recordings in this era were particularly successful, despite their fame and popularity as a concert act. Offered a radio show at Springfield, Missouri's KWTO, the group, along with Atkins left Knoxville. They worked as a popular addition at KWTO in 1949 and 1950. Why Do You Weep, Dear Willow". Wolfe, Charles K. "Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters. Classic Country: Legends of Country Music. New York: London Routledge, 2001.
The Bluebird recording catalog of this classic brother duo has been pillaged and scattered into the hinterlands as if it was a moonshine still left unguarded, and let's hope that brothers Earl and Bill Bolick will forgive such a sordid comparison. This out-of-print two-record set is one of the best collections that has been culled from this material.
Why Do You Weep, Dear Willow". Wolfe, Charles K "Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters" Classic Country: Legends of Country Music New York: London Routledge, 2001 12-18 NetLibrary Web 10 Nov 2010.
Carter Sisters With Mother Maybelle with Chet Atkins. The album has near excellent sound. Any fan of the Carters, Chet Atkins (he sings on a few) blue grass and/or the county sound of the 40s, 50's will find this a nice addition to their collection. There are 3 difference albums out that I know of and all are excellent. What we have here is a series of tapes from radio shows that the Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle recorded with guitarist Chet Atkins in 1950 in Nashville. The emcee is Joe Slattery while June Carter introduces the songs. There are three fiddle solos included along with eight Atkins guitar solos.
Bill and Earl Bolick, popularly known as the Blue Sky Boys, stood at the center of one of country music’s greatest vocal traditions, that of the Brother Duet. These 5 CDs contain the Blue Sky Boys’ complete recordings for Bluebird and RCA Victor from 1936 – 1950. - To many, they were the best. 11. Little Mother Of The Hills. I t's hard to believe that the Bolick Brothers were only sixteen and eighteen years old when they made their first records in 1936. We hear their boyish, innocent voices singing with a wisdom and maturity far beyond their years, songs about tragic love, murder, and suicide. They went on to fashion a sound and style of harmony unlike any ever heard before in country music, qualities that have remained unmatched.
Born in 1917 and 1919 respectively, Bill and Earl Bolick began their forty-year career in East Hickory, North Carolina, children of deeply religious parents whose church introduced the brothers to hymns and gospel music. In 1935, they made their radio debut as members of the "Crazy Hickory Nuts," later renamed "Good Coffee Boys" following a sponsorship by the . Goodson Coffee Company. Like so many of their musical influences, sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers hail from the south, in this case the musical hotbed of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. After auditioning in 2010 in Nashville, the two were signed and flown to California to record a couple demos - it was Laura's first time in an airplane.
The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 – April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October 28, 1917 – March 13, 2008), whose careers spanned over forty years. The brothers were born and raised in East Hickory, North Carolina, as the fourth and fifth siblings in a family of six children. Their parents, who were deeply religious and belonging to the "First Church of God", taught them to sing hymns and gospel music.
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|A||–The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick)*||Alabama
Written By – Ed Hill-Ira & Charlie LouvinWritten-By – Charlie Louvin, Ed Hill , Ira Louvin
|B||–The Carter Sisters And Mother Maybelle*||Why Do You Weep, Dear Willow?
Written-By – Gona Blankinship*, Lyn Davis
- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
NotesA "hybrid" release of one side from 21-0075A and the other from 21-0057B. This is borne out in the runout numbers as well.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A1 21-0075A 1S
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A 21-0057B 3S IV
Title: Alabama / Why Do You Weep, Dear Willow?
Category: Country, Folk
Other Formats: AA AAC VOX ASF AU TTA APE