The lonesome two-part hill harmonies of theLouvin BrothersandBlue Sky Boyswere slicked up just a bit and taken to the sock hop by the Everly Brothers. Don and Phil repeatedly scored on the pop, country, and R&B charts from the time they emerged in 1957 … see full wiki
Don and Phil were huge stars in the late 50s and their influence on subsequent music was great. But many people think their best work came later. My personal all-time favorite is Bowling Green, released in 1967. This particular compilation covers the period 1957 to 1962, when they were at the peak of their popularity. It includes their biggest hits from that time. Whether it is their best work or not, it is what they will be remembered for. It is great to have the original recordings, so that you can hear them just as were. The price is good too, so if you want to know what else the Teddy Boys and Bobby Soxers were listening to besides Elvis, this is the album for you.