January 18, 2020 – 5:19 am


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Devon 1993 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA; July 29, 1993. Very good soundboard.

Phil Everly passed away in 2014. A lifelong smoker, Phil died of complications from lung disease. He was 74. Don Everly will be 83 in February. On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed The Everly Brothers among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.

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Thanks to julsay for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

soundboard > sony TCD-5M (dolby “b” on)
master cassette > nakamichi cr-7a > sony sbm-1 > HHB CDR recorder
(Cassette sbd master)

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Track 01. The Price Of Love 3:41
Track 02. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) 3:19
Track 03. Claudette 4:02
Track 04. Crying In The Rain 3:40
Track 05. When Will I Be Loved? 2:36
Track 06. Devoted To You/Love Hurts 5:02
Track 07. I Wonder If I Care as Much 2:34
Track 08. Bye Bye Love 2:51
Track 09. All I Have To Do Is Dream 3:40
Track 10. Instrumental #1 4:06
Track 11. Instrumental #2 3:19
Track 12. Long Time Gone 4:38
Track 13. Blues, Stay Away From Me 4:33
Track 14. Til I Kissed You/Cathy’s Clown 5:02
Track 15. Wake Up Little Suzie 2:45
Track 16. Lucille 4:28
Track 17. Let It Be Me 4:16
Track 18. incidental music 0:31
Track 19. Blue Yodel #1 5:40
71 mins

Don Everly - vocals & acoustic guitar
Phil Everly - vocals & acoustic guitar
Pete Wingfield - keyboards
Phil Crannum - bass
Bob Mader - drums
Albert Lee - electric guitar
Buddy Emmons - pedal steel guitar

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  1. 25 Responses to “EVERLY BROTHERS - DEVON 1993”

  2. Thanks! Nice show by classic artists.

    By Mark on Jan 18, 2020

  3. Wow, pretty impressive band behind the Brothers. Albert Lee & Buddy Emmons.
    Thanks for this BigO

    By sking on Jan 18, 2020

  4. I remember the Valley Forge Music Fair well. It was a theater in the round and hosted not only artists on the way up or down but some excellent Broadway shows at good prices. I saw Chicago and the Beach Boys there in seperate concerts, also the Four Seasons/Spinners, an oldies show with the Brooklyn Bridge and the Penguins among others. Saw Herschel Bernardi perform as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof and took a girl I was hot for at the time to see Annie. Took three different girls to see Chuck Mangione there; his dad used to sell his swag in the lobby. He played his first song, looked at the stage and said, “Welcome to the world’s largest birthday cake.” And yes, Sinatra played there too.

    By Tony Pizza on Jan 18, 2020

  5. I saw them at this venue a bunch of times in the ’80’s and ’90’s. I think I missed this one though. Happy to see this here!

    By Nick on Jan 18, 2020

  6. Rumor has it Don gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Jan 18, 2020

  7. Rumor has it Phil gots a Average Un

    By U L E on Jan 18, 2020

  8. Thank you ! Here in Finland Everlys aren’t very popular. Since i bought their Stories We Could Tell-LP, in 1976, they’ve been my BIG favourites. Nearly ten years went and brothers didn’t meet each other. EB 84 brought them back on top. Great Albert Lee on Guitar on this concert, brilliant Buddy Emmons on pedal steel guitar !

    By Arto Parviainen on Jan 18, 2020

  9. Thank you for the great Everlys!!!!!
    Wonderful Music!!

    By Frank on Jan 19, 2020

  10. A friend of mine, Ross G., the company he owned got the contract to rebuild the studio that was burned down. We would get together for dinner at the same restaurant and talk about his favorite collector’s cars he owned. This was right after my wife passed away. But we were friends for years. We had out own group of friends there, about a dozen people. I remember when he passed, it was very sad.

    By ScarRad on Jan 19, 2020

  11. Tony Pizza- remember when back in the day someone painted over the ‘n’ in ‘Devon’ on the Route 202 exit signs? i never made the scene but my parents went there occasionally. they saw Asleep At The Wheel after i gave them their Tribute To Bob Wills CD. good times.

    two fantastic singers with a great band! thanks bigO!

    By barth on Jan 19, 2020

  12. Just before that, he had completed a new studio in Asia, which freed him up for building the new studio for Universal.

    By ScarRad on Jan 19, 2020

  13. If you are just getting into the Everly Brothers music, one thing you should be very aware of is that their original hits were recorded on Cadence Records when they were a bit younger. They grew up singing with their parents and in more of a country style. Later, they signed up with Warner Brothers. “The Very Best of the Everly Brothers” was their first album for Warner Brothers, where all their hits were re-recorded in the studio. Their singing was far better and their style was more rock oriented. It is my favorite album my them. Both are available at Amazon! check them out!

    By ScarRad on Jan 19, 2020

  14. The Everly Brothers are Jewish. Their real name is Everwitz.

    By T J on Jan 19, 2020

  15. Their manager insisted they change their last name if they wanted success.

    By T J on Jan 19, 2020

  16. Imagine The Everwitz Brothers.

    By T J on Jan 19, 2020

  17. Does T J stand for total jerk? Try to be original, you sound like a me too.

    By Russ on Jan 20, 2020

  18. Lighten up Russ .

    By T J on Jan 20, 2020

  19. Russ is the most unoriginal person on here, what he posts is just what comes out of Marks asshole.

    TJ is HHH’s live-in partner, so its not surprising he copies HHH.

    By The Cleaner on Jan 20, 2020

  20. T.J. stands for tug job. Thats what Mark and TJ do every night to each other. Mark loves wearing lingerie heels stockings

    By Russ on Jan 20, 2020

  21. Mark and Russ are the same person. Russ is Marks manufactured friend on big o. Mark is also a flaming Hebrew .

    By HHH on Jan 21, 2020

  22. He fantasizes about being sodomized by Jeff Epstein’s large uncircumcised male organ .

    By HHH on Jan 21, 2020

  23. The Witzever Brothers?

    By Dat on Jan 22, 2020

  24. Lame postings, HHH. Get some new material or keep looking like an asswipe.

    By Mark on Jan 23, 2020

  25. Last time I checked putz is yiddish for dic. How bout u blow me u hebrew piece of scum

    By Derrick on Jan 23, 2020

  26. 23 Jan 1969
    I played the Boston Tea Party with Led Zeppelin
    On this day in 1969, Led Zeppelin played at the Boston Tea Party. The venue host was Don Law, who had established what was to be known as a bastion of underground music. It was during this run of concerts that we were to play a three and a half hour set – this became quite legendary on the musical grapevine – but the audience just wouldn’t let us go and Don Law was quite clearly a cool promoter.

    By Jimmy Page on Jan 23, 2020

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