is the second album by Songs Our Daddy Taught Us close harmony country/ rock and roll duo The Everly Brothers, released in 1958. The album is a selection of songs that the brothers learned as boys from their father, Ike Everly. Originally released on Cadence Records, the album has been re-released on LP and CD many times, primarily by Rhino and EMI.
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Richie Unterberger notes that the album of traditional music, released at the peak of the duo's commercial success as a rock and roll act, was unexpected and "ahead of its time".  , which awarded the album 4 out of 5 stars, noted that not even Rolling Stone Elvis Presley "had the nerve to do an album as rootsy" as this one.
Track listing [ edit ]
"Roving Gambler" (
Terry Gilkyson) – 3:41 "
Down in the Willow Garden" ( Charlie Monroe, traditional) – 3:04 "Long Time Gone" (Frank Hartford,
Tex Ritter, traditional) – 2:26 "Lightning Express" (
Bradley Kincaid) – 4:53 "
That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine" ( Gene Autry, Jimmy Long) – 3:09 "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?" (traditional) – 2:41
Barbara Allen" (traditional) – 4:41 "Oh So Many Years" (Frankie Bailes) – 2:37
"I'm Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail" (Karl Davis, Harty Taylor) – 3:38
"Rockin' Alone (In an Old Rockin' Chair)" (Bob Miller) – 3:01
"Kentucky" (Karl Davis, credited to Henry Prichard) – 3:10
"Put My Little Shoes Away" ( Samuel N. Mitchell, Charles E. Pratt) – 3:21
Personnel [ edit ]
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and jazz singer Norah Jones recorded a remake of the album, titled . It was released on November 25, 2013.
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