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The Everly Brothers - Too Good To Be True album

The Everly Brothers - Too Good To Be True album
Performer: The Everly Brothers
Title: Too Good To Be True
Released: 2005
Style: Pop Rock, Acoustic
Genre: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 321
MP3 size: 1829 mb
FLAC size: 1127 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Everly Brothers That's Too Good to be True
Written By – Don Everly
2 Everly Brothers I Wonder If I Care As Much
Written By – Don Everly
3 Everly Brothers How Did We Stay Together
Written By – Don Everly
4 Everly Brothers Maybe Tomorrow
Written By – Don Everly
5 Everly Brothers I Didn't Mean To Go This Far
Written By – Don Everly
6 Everly Brothers Should We Tell Him
Written By – Don Everly
7 Everly Brothers It's Too Late To Say Goodbye
Written By – Don Everly
8 Everly Brothers Since You Broke My Heart
Written By – Don Everly
9 Everly Brothers All I Ask Of Life
Written By – Don Everly
10 Everly Brothers Give Me A Future
Written By – Don Everly
11 Everly Brothers I'll Throw Myself At You
Written By – Don Everly
12 Phil Everly Made To Love
Written By – Phil Everly
13 Everly Brothers Life Ain't Worth Living
Written By – Don Everly
14 Everly Brothers Kiss Me Once
Written By – Don Everly
15 Phil Everly Dancing On My Feet
Written By – Phil Everly
16 Don Everly Do You Love Me
Written By – Don Everly
17 Phil Everly When Will I Be Loved
Written By – Phil Everly
18 Don Everly It's All Over
Written By – Don Everly


  • Co-producer – Andrew Sandoval, Cary E. Mansfield
  • Liner Notes – Andrew Sandoval
  • Remastered By [Digitally Remastered] – Dan Hersch

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 030206664126
  • Mastering SID Code: 3020666412 1J IFPI L239

Too Good To Be True is an album by The Everly Brothers, released in 2005

Seldom has an album title been as true as it is for Varese's 2005 Everly Brothers compilation Too Good to Be True. This brief but rich 18-track disc contains a wealth of songwriting demos the Everlys made for the publishing company Acuff-Rose in the late '50s, almost all unreleased (two songs, "Give Me a Future" and "Life Ain't Worth Living," were on Bear Family's exhaustive 1992 box set Classic Everly Brothers, which compiled all of the duo's known Cadence.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Too Good to Be True" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Isaac Donald "Don" Everly (born February 1, 1937) and Phillip "Phil" Everly (born January 19, 1939), together known as the Everly Brothers, are country-influenced rock and roll performers, known for steel-string guitar playing and close harmony singing. The duo was elected to the Rock and Roll Hal. ore . Year: 2005.

Infobox Album Name Too Good To Be True Type compilation Artist The Everly Brothers. Though at times the recording quality of the album is questionable, particularly on "How Did We Stay Together", a track on which the microphone sounds as though it is positioned a long way further back in comparison to its position in relation to the brothers on the rest of the album, since the album contains some of the first new songs released for.

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Having originally recorded four songs in November 1955 for Columbia, including a third-take, false-started version of the first song they recorded together, "The Sun Keeps Shining", a cowrite between Don Everly and Jerry Organ (the flip-side of a 45 released in February 1956 on the back of their second-ever recorded song, "Keep A'Lovin' Me"), all of the songs. One of his first compositions for the production Red Rumba was "Too Good to Be True", for which Boland wrote the lyrics and music.

Girls today are too picky. In my day, if you were thirty and unmarried, you were as good as dead. Just because Bertie has bosoms, so what? His mother was buxom, too, oh, she was stacked. Out came the imaginary boyfriend. Oh, he sounds so nice, Fl. ut I just started dating someone. It’s not just around other people, I have to admit. Unfortunately, a guy like that was just too good to be true. I didn’t go around talking about the pediatric surgeon who changed my tire, of course not. No. This was kept firmly private, just a little coping mechanism, as I said. I hadn’t publicly faked a boyfriend in years. Until recently, that is. CHAPTER ONE.

Consisting entirely of self-written publisher's demonstration recordings recorded between their formative years of 1957 and 1960 (except for the last track, "It's All Over", a solo vocal performance from brother Don in 1976), for the Acuff-Rose Publishing catalog. Too Good To Be True is a bringing together of almost entirely completely unreleased recordings ("Give Me A Future" had already been released in its complete form on the 1992 collection Classic Everly Brothers), the album was the result of a collaboration between Cary Mansfield and Andrew Sandoval, with additional research from Peggy Lamb.
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