Watch: Everly Brothers BBC Documentary ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’

“Songs of Innocence and Experience” (1984), is a BBC documentary on the Everly Brothers.

Thanks Aquarium Drunkard for hipping me to this!

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9 thoughts on “Watch: Everly Brothers BBC Documentary ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’

  1. Thanks for the video. The Everlys were a great influence on my early music – It’s Everly Time was the very first LP that I bought as a 14 year old in 1960 with money saved from delivering newspapers around the neighbourhood each morning. And I’ve still got it in my collection along with others. Thanks again.

  2. This was a great programme, which I had on video tape once upon a time…will be fantastic to watch it again! Thanks! 🙂

  3. Got it – thank you sooooooooo much!
    I’m on about my 5th viewing front to back.
    MMMMMMmmmmm, they got a way about ’em!

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