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HardyWeinberg 01-04-14 12:46 AM

Phil Everly
 
w/ the Crickets in 1960:


w/ Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler in 1986:


would love to find video of them from when Warren Zevon was their band director.

Zinger 01-04-14 01:11 AM

I probably didn't appreciate these guys enough when I was growing up.

jdon 01-04-14 06:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zinger (Post 16381408)
I probably didn't appreciate these guys enough when I was growing up.

Me neither. Well, Mark Knopfler but not really the Everly brothers. Funnily enough, I do have a Don Everly J 180 guitar, but a 1993 re-issue. Ugliest pickguard ever.

The Everly's inspired a lot of musicians. RIP Phil.

phoebeisis 01-04-14 09:50 AM

Lost that loving feeling-danced with lotta girls to that-yeah really great friday night dance song

"werewolf of london" really great song-no idea Zevon had anything to do with Everly Bros??
" His hair was perfect" great line-so was "I'd like to meet his tailor" never would get those lines just reading them-but the way Zevon did it-world record great song-
telling a story-just like the "Loving feeling" song

Now doesn't beat the pure poetry of *****es hoes benjamins pigs bustin caps grape drank Glock etc-but close
you "punk azz *****ez" might disagree in which case I will cap you with my forty

jdon 01-04-14 07:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phoebeisis (Post 16381862)
Lost that loving feeling-danced with lotta girls to that-yeah really great friday night dance song

"werewolf of london" really great song-no idea Zevon had anything to do with Everly Bros??
" His hair was perfect" great line-so was "I'd like to meet his tailor" never would get those lines just reading them-but the way Zevon did it-world record great song-
telling a story-just like the "Loving feeling" song

Now doesn't beat the pure poetry of *****es hoes benjamins pigs bustin caps grape drank Glock etc-but close
you "punk azz *****ez" might disagree in which case I will cap you with my forty

Righteous Brothers is who you are thinking of..

HardyWeinberg 01-04-14 09:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zinger (Post 16381408)
I probably didn't appreciate these guys enough when I was growing up.

Me either. Glad the Beatles did, though.


Zinger 01-04-14 10:07 PM

A good friend of mine was the bigger fan. Just now finding out that Phil Everly died.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/03/showbi...l-everly-dies/


phoebeisis 01-05-14 05:27 AM

My bad-right-the Everly's did that fancy harmony-song about bringing his date home late??
See what those statins do!

jdon 01-05-14 06:27 AM

And my favorite.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbU3zdAgiX8

jdon 01-05-14 06:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phoebeisis (Post 16383955)
My bad-right-the Everly's did that fancy harmony-song about bringing his date home late??
See what those statins do!

You got it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbU3zdAgiX8

phoebeisis 01-05-14 08:31 AM

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Originally Posted by jdon (Post 16383984)

Yeah-they did great harmony-or whatever musicians call it.And they were actually brothers-Righteous brothers weren't brothers-right?

jdon 01-05-14 09:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phoebeisis (Post 16384134)
Yeah-they did great harmony-or whatever musicians call it.And they were actually brothers-Righteous brothers weren't brothers-right?

Correct


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