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Twilight in Alabama

by The England Brothers

Reissue of the 1977 Davis Unlimited LP featuring old time country musicians and close harmony singers, the England Brothers.
Genre: Country: Old-Timey
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1. When It's Time for the Whippoorwills to Sing
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2. Maple on the Hill
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3. What Would You Give in Exchange for Your Soul
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4. Weary Lonesome Blues
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5. Sinful to Flirt
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6. Sand Mountain Blues
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7. Springtime in the Rockies
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8. Twilight in Alabama
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9. Southern Moon
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10. Eastbound Train
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11. I'm Leavin' You
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12. I Need the Prayers
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13. Leaving on That Train
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14. Young Hearts
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15. Hillbilly Boogie
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16. Mother's Bible
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17. Birmingham Jail
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18. Seeing Nellie Home
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19. I'm Going Away
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20. Alcatraz Island Blues
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Reissue of the 1977 Davis Unlimited LP, Twilight in Alabama by Otis and Orby, the England Brothers. The England's close-harmony "brother duet" style borrows from the old time sounds of the Delmore Brothers, Monroe Brothers and the Blue Sky Boys. The Spring Fed Records issue contains all of the original music as well as five bonus cuts from the Charles K. Wolfe audio collection at the Center for Popular Music.

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