Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick) - A Picture On The Wall / Pictures From Life's Other Side FLAC album
The Blue Sky Boys were an American country music duo consisting of the brothers Earl Bolick (November 16, 1919 - April 19, 1998) and Bill Bolick (October.
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Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – I Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine. The Blue Sky Boys feat. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Theme (are You from Dixie). Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – We Parted by the Riverside. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Cumberland Gap. 2:05. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Getting Ready to Leave This Wor. 1:20. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Midnight on the Stormy Deep.
Short Life of Trouble - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick. Roll on Buddy - The Blue Sky Boys feat. An Empty Mansion - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Just a Little Talk with Jesus - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Are You Building on the Rock - The Blue Sky Boys feat. No Place to Pillow My Head - The Blue Sky Boys feat.
Midnight on the Stormy Sea. 3. Take Up Thy Cross.
The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick) Singing with mandolin, guitar, violin, and bass. Recorded May 7, 1947.
I t's hard to believe that the Bolick Brothers were only sixteen and eighteen years old when they made their first records in 1936. We hear their boyish, innocent voices singing with a wisdom and maturity far beyond their years, songs about tragic love, murder, and suicide. They went on to fashion a sound and style of harmony unlike any ever heard before in country music, qualities that have remained unmatched. Bill Bolick was born in West Hickory, North Carolina on October 29, 1917, and Earl on November 16, 1919, to Garland and Annie Elizabeth Hallman Bolick. Bill and Earl were the fourth and fifth children in a family of four boys and two girls. Mom Hallman came from a farm 'out in the sticks' in the adjoining county of Caldwell, but went to work in a cotton mill when she was about nine years old.
The Blue Sky Boys - brothers Earl and Bill Bolick - sprang out of the same era of brother duets that produced the Monroe Brothers, the Delmore Brothers, and the Louvin Brothers, but their sound was entirely their own. Theirs was, in some respects, an earlier sound; it was also a quieter, slower, and more serious sound than that of their contemporaries. This 1976 recording, together with a 1964 live album and a couple other early-'60s offerings, represents their gradual return from retirement to the studio and shows the brothers in true form. The 14 guitar-mandolin duets here are mostly mournful songs of unrequited love, murder, and loss, all sung in close, aching harmonies; while the brothers sing often of violence or sorrow, though, they invest in their songs of tragedy the overarching peace of an unshaking religious faith, itself the subject of a few of the songs.
The Blue Sky Boys - Answer to the Prisoner's Dream. album: The Collection 1936-1951. The Blue Sky Boys - Tears on Her Bridal Bouquet. The Blue Sky Boys - The Last Mile of the Way. The Blue Sky Boys - The Old Fashioned Meeting. album: American Roadsongs. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick, The Blue Sky Boys - I'll Meet You in the Morning. album: 1939-1949 Radio Broadcasts. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick, The Blue Sky Boys - Theme (are You from Dixie). Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick, The Blue Sky Boys - Uncle Josh Threatens to Quit, Unloven and Unclaimed.
It took a bit of coaxing by folklorist Archie Green, but the Bolick brothers agreed, however reluctantly, to perform this reunion concert at the University of Illinois's Lincoln Hall on October 17, 1964
|A||A Picture On The Wall|
|B||Pictures From Life's Other Side|
- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Earl Bolick
- Lead Vocals – Earl Bolick
- Mandolin [Uncredited] – Bill Bolick
- Tenor Vocals – Bill Bolick
NotesBoth sides recorded 7 October 1940 in Atlanta, GA.
Credits and matrices reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): B-8646A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): B-8646B 1