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On Wednesday, July 8, 1970, at 9 p.m. EDT, the ABC television network broadcast the first of 11 weekly episodes of The Everly Brothers Show, a one-hour musical variety program that was the summer replacement for The Johnny Cash Show. The same month, Warner Bros. Records released a double LP (later reissued as a single CD) also called The Everly Brothers Show. But the album was not a soundtrack to the TV series; it was a live recording that had been made five months earlier at the Grand Hotel in Anaheim, CA, at which the duo of Don and Phil Everly, backed by an electric guitar/bass/drums trio, played a mixture of their old hits, some newer songs, and various cover material. There was a sort of autobiographical structure to the show, at least at first, as Don Everly began with a spoken introduction that harked back to the brothers' youth, leading into a series of songs loosely related to that youth -- "Mama Tried," "Kentucky," and "Bowling Green" -- followed by a batch of their hits. After a cover of Chuck Berry's "Maybellene," there was a lengthy medley of rock & roll songs, then a string of ballads. But, as Don Everly's sardonic remarks suggested, it was all taken in a simultaneously off-hand and dismissive manner. The brothers' fast numbers "('Til) I Kissed You," "Wake Up Little Susie," "Cathy's Clown," and "Bird Dog," were taken at breakneck tempos, as if to get them out of the way, while the ballads that came toward the end, "All I Have to Do Is Dream," "Walk Right Back," "I Wonder If I Care as Much," and "Let It Be Me," were slowed down. The strangest section was the rock & roll medley, eighteen-and-a-half minutes of seemingly random snatches of songs including Berry's "Rock and Roll Music," the Beatles' "The End," "Aquarius" from Hair, "If I Were a Carpenter," the Everlys' own "The Price of Love," "The Thrill Is Gone," and "The Games People Play," with riffs from other songs thrown in, and including drum and bass solos (a standard indulgence of the time, admittedly). The duo displayed a bizarre Beatles obsession that included appending the coda from "Hey Jude" to "Susie Q" and even turning "Let It Be Me" into "Give Peace a Chance" at the end. Their harmonies were as attractive as ever, but this was not a live album that showed off their stage talents to advantage.
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1
Introduction Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:01:31

Unknown, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

2
Mama Tried Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:02:03

The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Merle Haggard, Writer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

3
Kentucky Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:02:43

Karl Davis, Writer - Davis, Composer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Carl Davis, Composer, Writer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

4
Bowling Green Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:02:34

Slater, Composer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Ertel, Composer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

5
('Til) I Kissed You Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:01:56

Don Everly, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

6
Wake up Little Susie Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:01:43

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

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

7
Cathy's Clown Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:01:23

Don Everly, Composer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Phil Everly, Composer - Don & Phil Everly, Composer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

8
Bird Dog Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:01:57

Boudleaux Bryant, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

9
Maybellene Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:02:16

Alan Freed, Writer - Chuck Berry, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Russ Fratto, Writer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

10
Medley: Rock and Roll Music / The End / Aquarius / If I Were a Carpenter / The Price of Love / The Thrill Is Gone / Games People Play Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:18:39

Don Everly, Writer - T. King, Arranger - Donato, Composer - G. Ragni, Writer - J. Rado, Writer - John Lennon, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Writer - Felix Mendelssohn, Arranger - Chuck Berry, Composer - Harding, Composer, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Phil Everly, Writer - Joe South, Writer - A.Mac Dermot, Writer - Roy Hawkins, Writer - Rick Darnell, Writer - J. M. Paris, Arranger

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

11
Baby What You Want Me to Do Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:04:52

Jimmy Reed, Composer, Lyricist - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

12
All I Have to Do Is Dream Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:03:11

Boudleaux Bryant, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

13
Walk Right Back Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:02:09

Curtis, Composer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Sonny Curtis, Composer, Writer - Sony Curtis, Writer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

14
Medley: Susie Q / Hey Jude Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:05:23

Dale Hawkins, Composer - Stanley Lewis, Composer - Eleanor Broadwater, Composer - John Lennon, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

15
Lord of the Manor Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:04:12

Terry Slater, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

16
I Wonder If I Care as Much Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:03:11

Don Everly, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Phil Everly, Writer - Don & Phil Everly, Composer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

17
Love Is Strange Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:03:59

T. King, Arranger - Felix Mendelssohn, Arranger - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - E. Smith, M. Baker, S. Robinson, Composer, Writer - J. M. Paris, Arranger

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

18
Medley: Let It Be Me / Give Peace a Chance Live at the Grand Hotel, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1970
00:04:09

John Lennon, Writer - Curtis, Writer - The Everly Brothers, MainArtist - Becaud, Writer - Delanoe, Writer

© 1970 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

Albumbeschreibung

On Wednesday, July 8, 1970, at 9 p.m. EDT, the ABC television network broadcast the first of 11 weekly episodes of The Everly Brothers Show, a one-hour musical variety program that was the summer replacement for The Johnny Cash Show. The same month, Warner Bros. Records released a double LP (later reissued as a single CD) also called The Everly Brothers Show. But the album was not a soundtrack to the TV series; it was a live recording that had been made five months earlier at the Grand Hotel in Anaheim, CA, at which the duo of Don and Phil Everly, backed by an electric guitar/bass/drums trio, played a mixture of their old hits, some newer songs, and various cover material. There was a sort of autobiographical structure to the show, at least at first, as Don Everly began with a spoken introduction that harked back to the brothers' youth, leading into a series of songs loosely related to that youth -- "Mama Tried," "Kentucky," and "Bowling Green" -- followed by a batch of their hits. After a cover of Chuck Berry's "Maybellene," there was a lengthy medley of rock & roll songs, then a string of ballads. But, as Don Everly's sardonic remarks suggested, it was all taken in a simultaneously off-hand and dismissive manner. The brothers' fast numbers "('Til) I Kissed You," "Wake Up Little Susie," "Cathy's Clown," and "Bird Dog," were taken at breakneck tempos, as if to get them out of the way, while the ballads that came toward the end, "All I Have to Do Is Dream," "Walk Right Back," "I Wonder If I Care as Much," and "Let It Be Me," were slowed down. The strangest section was the rock & roll medley, eighteen-and-a-half minutes of seemingly random snatches of songs including Berry's "Rock and Roll Music," the Beatles' "The End," "Aquarius" from Hair, "If I Were a Carpenter," the Everlys' own "The Price of Love," "The Thrill Is Gone," and "The Games People Play," with riffs from other songs thrown in, and including drum and bass solos (a standard indulgence of the time, admittedly). The duo displayed a bizarre Beatles obsession that included appending the coda from "Hey Jude" to "Susie Q" and even turning "Let It Be Me" into "Give Peace a Chance" at the end. Their harmonies were as attractive as ever, but this was not a live album that showed off their stage talents to advantage.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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