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Both Sides of an Evening

The Everly Brothers

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Both Sides of an Evening is usually cited as the place where the Everly Brothers' music and career started to go wrong. Their relationship with their longtime producer and publisher, Wesley Rose, had fallen apart in late 1960 amid a conflict over copyrights, specifically their decision to record as a single an old Nacio Herb Brown/Arthur Freed song called "Temptation" that he didn't publish. Cut off from their regular source of songs, Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, who were Rose-published composers, were left to their own devices as songwriters, with the complication that they were also signed to Rose and there were now pending lawsuits in the relationship. Finding potential hits in such circumstances, much less a dozen good songs at a time to record, was a serious challenge. Their answer was an album consisting of rhythm numbers on side one ("For Dancing") and slow ballads ("For Dreaming") on side two. Most of the first side -- apart from the unfortunate decision to record "Mention My Name in Sheboygan" -- worked beautifully, their version of "Muskrat" even getting a kind of shimmering Bo Diddley-style "shave and a haircut" beat, and the duo even put a fresh (and unexpected rock) spin on the Al Jolson number "My Mammy." Side two is very soft for a rock & roll album and isn't helped by the presence of "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" and "Little Old Lady," though it is sung so beautifully that any of the group's teenaged fans that listened to it all the way through couldn't complain of the singing. In some ways, Both Sides of an Evening was the duo's most ambitious and mature record to date, but it just wasn't terribly exciting or of much interest (especially the second side) to the teeenagers that made up the vast bulk of their audience.
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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1
My Mammy
00:02:15

Walter Donaldson, Composer, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

2
Muskrat 2007 Remaster
00:02:16

Don Everly, Vocals - Harold Hensley, Writer - Merele Travis, Writer - Tex-Ann, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Phil Everly, Vocals

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

3
My Gal Sal
00:02:48

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Paul Dressor, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

4
Grandfather's Clock
00:02:21

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Henry Clay Work, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

5
Bully of the Town
00:01:59

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - W. Donaldson, J. Young, S. M. Lewis, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

6
Chlo-E
00:02:03

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

7
Mention My Name in Sheboygan
00:01:48

Bob Hillard, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Sammy Mysels, Writer - Sanford Dick, Writer - Bob Hilliard, Dick Sanford, Sammy Mysels, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

8
Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo
00:01:46

Kaper, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - DEUTSCH, Writer - Bronis?aw Kaper, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 2005 Warner Records Inc.

9
The Wayward Wind 2007 Remaster
00:02:21

Stanley Lebowsky, Composer, Writer - Lebowsky, Writer - NEWMAN, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

10
Don't Blame Me
00:03:25

Don Everly, Arranger - Fields, Writer - McHugh, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Phil Everly, Arranger - Dorothy Fields, Writer - James McHugh, Writer - Jimmy McHugh, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

11
Now Is the Hour (Maori Farewell Song)
00:02:39

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

12
Little Old Lady
00:02:22

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Duos Felice, Boudleaux Bryant, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

13
When I Grow Too Old to Dream 2007 Remaster
00:02:29

Hammerstein, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - ROMBERG, Writer - Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

14
Love Is Where You Find It
00:01:47

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Harry Warren, Nacio Herb Brown, Composer, Writer

© 1961 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1961 Warner Records Inc.

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Both Sides of an Evening is usually cited as the place where the Everly Brothers' music and career started to go wrong. Their relationship with their longtime producer and publisher, Wesley Rose, had fallen apart in late 1960 amid a conflict over copyrights, specifically their decision to record as a single an old Nacio Herb Brown/Arthur Freed song called "Temptation" that he didn't publish. Cut off from their regular source of songs, Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, who were Rose-published composers, were left to their own devices as songwriters, with the complication that they were also signed to Rose and there were now pending lawsuits in the relationship. Finding potential hits in such circumstances, much less a dozen good songs at a time to record, was a serious challenge. Their answer was an album consisting of rhythm numbers on side one ("For Dancing") and slow ballads ("For Dreaming") on side two. Most of the first side -- apart from the unfortunate decision to record "Mention My Name in Sheboygan" -- worked beautifully, their version of "Muskrat" even getting a kind of shimmering Bo Diddley-style "shave and a haircut" beat, and the duo even put a fresh (and unexpected rock) spin on the Al Jolson number "My Mammy." Side two is very soft for a rock & roll album and isn't helped by the presence of "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" and "Little Old Lady," though it is sung so beautifully that any of the group's teenaged fans that listened to it all the way through couldn't complain of the singing. In some ways, Both Sides of an Evening was the duo's most ambitious and mature record to date, but it just wasn't terribly exciting or of much interest (especially the second side) to the teeenagers that made up the vast bulk of their audience.
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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