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16. Back when music meant actual singing.
Sat Jan 4, 2014, 01:10 AM
Jan 2014

Not yelling.

I love the Everly Bros. They were always classy.

Pass easy, Phil.

:( Blue_In_AK Jan 2014 #1
Oh, wow. One of the most influential acts in pop music. Eleanors38 Jan 2014 #2
Hugely influential BeyondGeography Jan 2014 #33
They both made some great music. Kingofalldems Jan 2014 #3
requiescat in pacem, phil. your music lives on. niyad Jan 2014 #4
I've heard this song but never knew who sung it! nt alp227 Jan 2014 #23
Twangy guitar offers grace notes in counter to their voices. Love the twang... Berlum Jan 2014 #30
RIP Phil.... jaysunb Jan 2014 #5
Rest easy, man. You were there at the beginning of some fine music. nolabear Jan 2014 #6
^^THIS^^ longship Jan 2014 #20
So much of what followed was because of them JenniferJuniper Jan 2014 #7
That is so sad. zeemike Jan 2014 #8
Wake Up Little Susie (1957) and Take a Message to Mary (1959) were the first two songs Rowdyboy Jan 2014 #9
That's Minnie Pearl at the end of the video. longship Jan 2014 #22
This message was self-deleted by its author passiveporcupine May 2016 #47
I remember seeing the Everly Brothers in 1993. Chef Eric Jan 2014 #10
I have read that the beatles often acknowledged the influence of the everly brothers. niyad Jan 2014 #12
:(*** DearAbby Jan 2014 #11
Another one of their sons that I've adored since childhood.... Rowdyboy Jan 2014 #13
like a lullaby riverwalker Jan 2014 #14
Sorry to hear that ailsagirl Jan 2014 #15
Back when music meant actual singing. longship Jan 2014 #16
I agree. I've never been able to get into hard rock, passiveporcupine May 2016 #45
Bye Bye Love! longship May 2016 #46
Smoking. Harmless, yes? SheilaT Jan 2014 #17
"Crying In The Rain"... Tikki Jan 2014 #18
Rest in peace. hrmjustin Jan 2014 #19
Christmas Eve can kill you... jtuck004 Jan 2014 #21
Rest In Peace, Phil... Tom Ripley Jan 2014 #24
Saw them in Las Vegas xxqqqzme Jan 2014 #25
Simon and Garfunkel did a tour a few years back & brought them onstage -- They were GREAT with their whathehell Jan 2014 #26
My sister named her daughter after me, with the middle name "Sue" classof56 Jan 2014 #37
"Wake up little Susie"..Yes! It was their first song when they took the stage and my favorite whathehell Jan 2014 #40
Blessings and hugs back! classof56 Jan 2014 #41
Thanks Class! whathehell Jan 2014 #43
First I heard of 'em..... AverageJoe90 Jan 2014 #27
I think this was their best song Art_from_Ark Jan 2014 #28
Tragic. The music I grew up with. dipsydoodle Jan 2014 #29
Brilliant. Thanks so much. aristocles Jan 2014 #36
RIP Phil. You guys made some great music! Little Star Jan 2014 #31
Very sad that he's gone. Waiting For Everyman Jan 2014 #32
From my first radio received at age 9 LiberalElite Jan 2014 #34
For us Boomers, they created pop music aristocles Jan 2014 #35
I can still smell the dust burning off the vacuum tubes, Eleanors38 Jan 2014 #38
Some poetry there. Thanks. aristocles Jan 2014 #39
I am a bit older than you boomers, RebelOne Jan 2014 #42
One of my favorite rock groups. Loved their harmonies. nt raccoon Jan 2014 #44
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