Lonely Tombs - The Stanley Brothers - On WCYB Bristol


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In the opinion of many, Carter possessed the best lead voice in bluegrass history -- rich, emotional, and in the best sense of the word Hold Me - Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits. He took a happy song and sang it sad; he took a sad song and sang it sadder.

And Ralph's unworldly mountain tenor matched his brother's voice perfectly, soaring above and often lightening the emotional load of the lyrics, creating a duet unsurpassed in country history. Ralph and Carter were born into a musical family -- their father sang and their mother played banjo.

As teenagers, the brothers began performing around their hometown. Carter was discharged before Ralph. He quit the group as soon as Ralph returned from the Army in October ofand the brothers formed a band, the Clinch Mountain Boys.

While they appeared on the show, they gained quite a following and soon signed a contract with the Rich-R-Tone label. The Stanleys made their first records early inthe same year they began playing various radio stations in the South, including ones in North Carolina, Louisiana, and Kentucky.

The Brothers and their five-piece Clinch Mountain Boys were developing their style, moving from traditional string band sounds to a Monroe-inspired bluegrass style. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

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Turkey Red. Old Joe Clark. Mainer's Mountaineers and the Grand Ole Opry on local radio. They formed their band, the Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boysin the month of November [2] as the first band to Lonely Tombs - The Stanley Brothers - On WCYB Bristol the Monroe sound.

Sumner was soon to be replaced by Leslie Keith. Their records sold well, "outselling even Eddy Arnold " regionally. Financially hard times in the early s forced the brothers to take a Lonely Tombs - The Stanley Brothers - On WCYB Bristol break in their musical career. They began working for the Ford Motor Company in Detroit.

Eventually, Monroe and the Stanley Brothers became friends, and Carter performed for several months with Bill Monroe in the summer of In AugustRalph was involved in a serious automobile accident that almost ended his career. The three-hour show was also syndicated across the Southeast. Contents [ show ]. Country Pickin' and Singin'. Hymns and Sacred Songs. Mountain Song Favorites.

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  1. Check out Live Again! Wcyb Bristol Farm & Fun Time by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on powermetal.akinoragavironkalas.infoinfo
  2. If you even think you know bluegrass, you have to know Ralph (born ) and Carter Stanley (born ), the Stanley Brothers. Parallel to Flatt & Scruggs and Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys, though not with their renown, were Virginians Ralph and Carter, mountain boys .
  3. Stanley Brothers on WCYB Bristol - Intro / Cotton Eyed Joe / Our Darling's Gone / Molly And Tenbrooks / Cacklin' Hen / Little Glass Of Wine / Blue Moon Of Kentucky / Lonely Tombs / Orange Blossom Special / Intro / Old Joe Clark / They're At Rest Together / White House Blues / Standing In The Need Of Prayer / Riding The Humpbacked Mule / The.
  4. Country Pickin' and Singin' () Orange Blossom Special Who Will Call You Sweetheart A Voice From on High Big Tilda Angel Band Clinch Mountain Blues The Flood Poison Lies You're Still on My Mind The Cry From the Cross Tragic Love Fling Ding The Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys () How Mountain Girls Can Love Heaven Seemed So Near Mastertone Seemed So Near She's More to .
  5. This album contains two radio shows from , which The Stanley Brothers had recorded onto 16" transcription discs at WCYB. Originally intended for occasions when they could not make their regular noon "Farm & Fun Time" radio show, this is the first time in over 40 years that the recordings had resurfaced, giving fans a rare glimpse into their very early days.
  6. The Stanley Brothers. The Stanley Brothers were an American bluegrass duo of singer-songwriters and musicians made up of brothers Carter Stanley (–) and Ralph Stanley (–). Ralph and Carter performed as The Stanley Brothers with their band, The Clinch Mountain Boys, from to Genres: Bluegrass, Appalachian folk, country, gospel.

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