1984 hour and 44 minute BBC documentary chronicling the path of The Everly Brothers, from their Kentucky roots onward. RIP Phil Everly.

8 Responses to “The Everly Brothers :: Songs Of Innocence And Experience (BBC Documentary)”

  1. Very sad to hear about Phil’s passing.

    This is a fascinating documentary. Thank you so much for posting it! I understand that Bill Monroe also greatly admired Arnold Schultz.

  2. r.i.p.

    i think it’s interesting timing, considering you guys JUST posted a track of theirs…

  3. Thank you so much for this very enlightening and tender look at the brothers. I learned a lot and only appreciate their music more each time I hear it.

  4. Wonderful documentary!!! Thank you!

  5. Terrific documentary!!! Thank you!

  6. RIP baby boy Phil.

  7. […] the death of Phil Everly has reminded us of anything, it’s that there’s nothing quite like an Everly Brothers […]

  8. Thank you for sharing this. You continue to inspire, help me go deeper and reflect.

    R.I.P. Phil.

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