Jack O Diamonds - The Blue Sky Boys* - Presenting The Blue Sky Boys (Vinyl, LP)


Download Jack O Diamonds - The Blue Sky Boys* - Presenting The Blue Sky Boys (Vinyl, LP)
1966
Label: Capitol Records - ST-2483 • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Bluegrass

Pants series of graphic novels for kids. He also runs Storybook Editing , offering developmental editing for authors. Very insightful, thought provoking with lots of pertinent points. In short i love the whole idea of Smile and it is sad it never saw the light of day. One of the pertinent points you make is just how tough and downright wierd some of the stuff they were trying to achieve was.

Anyway i have 2 queries which i perhaps you can help on? Ive always loved Cool cool watrr but this was not part of the original sequence, instead Love to say dada was. However i have a 1. Note i am not referring to the sunflower 5min version of CCW. It just baffles me why they didnt use this 1. Thanks for your comments. But, I really do love having GV be the last song, for all the reasons I lay out in the article. The sequence of the release is just wonderful.

It really seems the whole work is building up to the beautiful climax that is Good Vibrations. Though, I guess it depends on how you feel the album should end, on the poignant downer or the hopeful hit. I kind of like the arc of the version, though maybe I would have felt differently 20 years ago. As much as I love the release, I do prefer the original recordings. Ultimately, I think Brian was undone by the seemingly limitless possibilities of all the pieces he had created and all the numerous ways in which they could be combined.

Understandable, I think. I sure will sit down with your notes and listen closely to the Smile CD. I was always a fan of the less well known of their releases like Sunflower, Friends, and Wild Honey, with Sunflower being a particular favorite.

So glad it was kept alive and released on Sunflower. Sunflower is fantastic. I wish more people knew it. Our Sweet Love sounds like a lost track from Pet Sounds to me. Little Glass of Wine 5. Goodbye Old Pal 6. Come Here Soon 7. Baby Girl 8. Dim Lights Thick Smoke 9. Banjo Twist Blue Grass Special Save It, Save It Are You Waiting Just for Me Dear Old Dixie True Life Blues I Will Never Marry Arkansas Special Were You There Tracks of Disc 5 1. Mansions for Me 2. My Lonely Heart 5.

Wicked Path of Sin 6. Beautiful Brown Eyes 7. Ready to Go Home 9. Foggy Mountain Chimes Summertime Is Past and Gone Someone Took My Place with You Little Cabin Home on the Hill Wiggle Worm Wiggle Mother Prays Loud in Her Sleep Shine Hallelujah Shine Tracks of Disc 6 1. That Home above 2. Get Along Home Cindy 3.

Our Last Goodbye 5. No Letter in the Mail 6. Are You from Dixie 7. Rosa Lee McFall 8. Reunion in Heaven 9. Air Mail Special Poison Lies Till the End of the World Rolls around Six White Horses Dickson County Breakdown Western Kentucky Limited Dog House Blues 2.

Hard for to Love 3. I Long to See the Old Folks 5. Blue Yodel No. Shady Grove 7. If the River Was Whiskey 8. Foggy Mountain Special 9. I Get My Whiskey from Rockingham Katy Hill A Voice from on High The Great Speckled Bird When the Train Comes Along Tennessee Blues East Texas Drag Memories of Mother Farewell Blues Honky Tonk Swing 2.

My Cabin in the Hills of Caroline 4. Jackson Stomp 5. Back up and Push 6. Red Hot Breakdown 7. Out of Business 8. Rocky Road Blues I Just Got Wise Hold the Woodpile down Is It Too Late The Girl Behind the Bar Harbour of Love In the Pines Tracks of Disc 9 1. Will You Be Loving another Man 2. God Loves His Children 4. Blue Moon of Kentucky 5.

When You Are Lonely 6. Baby Blue Eyes 9. Go Along Mule Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong Calling from Heaven Hop Light Ladies Poor Ellen Smith Blue Grass Stomp Mother No Longer Waits for Me Carve That Possum Uncle Penn 2. Story of the Knoxville Girl 4. The Jealous Lover 5. The Girl in the Blue Velvet Band 6. My Little Girl in Tennessee 8. Early in , they were discharged, and they returned to playing radio in Atlanta and recording for RCA.

Many of the records from and , including "Kentucky," ranked among their biggest hits, but by the end of the duo was growing frustrated at the changing climates in country music and their record label as well. Honky tonk music was beginning to take over the country market, and the Bolicks refused to bend to fit into the new instrumental style. RCA asked them to add an electric guitar and try some newer songs, but they steadfastly refused and didn't even record until Over the course of the next year, they made a handful of recordings, performing their final sessions for RCA in the spring of Given their frustrations about the changes in country music, the Blue Sky Boys disbanded and retired from music in For the next 11 years, they were silent, with Bill living and working for the post office in North Carolina and Earl making his residence in Georgia, working at Lockheed Aircraft.

Starday Records released an album of Blue Sky Boys radio transcriptions in The following year, Bill convinced Earl to come out of retirement and record two albums, the secular Together Again and the inspirational Precious Moments , for Starday. Over the next few years, they played the occasional concert and appeared at folk festivals. By the end of the '60s, the Blue Sky Boys had retired again. In , the Bolicks were coaxed out of retirement to record an album for Rounder and play several bluegrass and folk festivals.

No one in country music has done vocal duets better than the Blue Sky Boys. See where it all started. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.



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  • In fact, the improvements in recording technology make it even easier to hear all the small details, and thus to appreciate just how good the Blue Sky Boys were. This program has a fair share of perhaps overly familiar folk chestnuts, but the brothers could make an audience weep singing from a restaurant menu, so listeners shouldn't let the 9/
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  • The Blue Sky Boys: Presenting The Blue Sky Boys The 30,page booklet that came with the LP release is embedded in this CD and can be found on your computer. Article properties: The Blue Sky Boys: Presenting The Blue Sky Boys.
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  • Presenting The Blue Sky Boys, an Album by The Blue Sky Boys. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. T ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Close Harmony, CCM. Featured peformers: Ed Kahn (liner notes), Ken Nelson (producer).
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  • Label: Starday Records - SLP Format: VinylCountry: USReleased: Song List:A1 - Radio Station S-A-V-E-D A2 - Why Should You Be Troubled And Sad A3 - Pre.
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