Standing Somewhere in the Shadows the Legendary Ki
The 52-page booklet here shares the sad story of the Bailes Brothers, who were fired from the Grand Ole Opry at the height of their success, who alienated Columbia Records despite being best-selling artists and who sabotaged their own second career as Louisiana Hayride headliners. But what you’ll hear is sibling country harmony at its finest and most haunting: their lost 1953 King sides plus unissued duets with Webb Pierce and a 1959 session. None of these 22 tracks has been available since the 78 RPM era: Watch and Pray; Saved; Owe It to My Heart; So Much; That’s What We Need; You Make Me Live Again, and more! Bear Family.
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