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The Anglin Brothers - Anglin Twins And Red (Singing With Guitar Acc.) album flac

  • Performer: The Anglin Brothers
  • Album: Anglin Twins And Red (Singing With Guitar Acc.)
  • FLAC: 1852 mb | MP3: 1210 mb
  • Released: 1979
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 121
The Anglin Brothers - Anglin Twins And Red (Singing With Guitar Acc.) album flac


A1 Don't Say Good-Bye If You Love Me 2:46
A2 They're All Going Home But Me 2:45
A3 Uncle Eph's Got The Coon 2:27
A4 Bye And Bye You'll Soon Forget Me 2:38
A5 No Drunkards Can Enter Here 2:50
A6 Just Inside The Pearly Gates 2:32
A7 Money Cannot Buy Your Soul 3:00
B1 It's An Unfriendly World 2:50
B2 Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies 2:48
B3 It Won't Be Long Till I'll Be Leaving 2:16
B4 When You Don't, Others Do 2:22
B5 Southern Whoopee Song 2:23
B6 I Loved You Better Then You Knew 2:24
B7 You Give Me Your Love (And I'll Give You Mine) 2:26


  • Arranged By, Vocals, Fiddle [Bass] – Jim Anglin
  • Liner Notes – Ivan M. Tribe
  • Vocals, Guitar – Jack Anglin
  • Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin – Red Anglin


Recorded in San Antonio, Texas, November 5, 1937 and in Columbia, South Carolina, November 12, 1938.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OHCS-122 The Anglin Brothers Anglin Twins And Red (Singing With Guitar Acc.) ‎(LP, Comp) Old Homestead Records OHCS-122 US 1979

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By 1933 they had formed a trio consisting of Jack on guitar, Jim on string bass, and Red singing vocal harmonies with the other two.

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Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin – Red Anglin. Recorded in San Antonio, Texas, November 5, 1937 and in Columbia, South Carolina, November 12, 1938.

The Anglin Brothers Johnnie & Jack Contents. By the time he was fourteen, Jack was singing and playing guitar on local radio stations even though he could not read music. In 1930, a young Anglin moved off the family farm to Nashville, Tennessee in hopes of perusing his dreams of becoming a musician. Jack and his brothers Van and Jim began performing as the Anglin Twins and Red. Once the trio's music was picked up by southern radio stations, the group changed names to The Anglin Brothers Early career.

'My name is John Anglin. I escaped from Alcatraz in June 1962 with my brother Clarence and Frank Morris. I'm 83 years old and in bad shape. ALEXANDRIA, Louisiana. Frank Morris lived there once and even served some prison time there.

John, Clarence and Alfred Anglin were siblings in a large family of 14 children growing up in a rural community of Ruskin, Florida. All the kids worked in the family farming trade and were expected to contribute in their off hours from school. They were a proud and close family, and as there were no other immediate income opportunities, this ultimately led to small-time burglaries which over time became more and more serious.

Frank Morris, along with the Anglin Brothers, had criminal pasts that stretched way back into their youths. Petty crimes ultimately progressed to bank robbery and all of them would land a 5’x9’ cell on Alcatraz for their infamous status as elite escape artists. During its tenure as a federal prison, Alcatraz was hyped as the most secure federal prison ever built and was a powerful symbol of the government’s war on crime. Carrying his steel thermos of fresh coffee, he made the hike up the steep hill along with other straggling officers about to begin their shift.

The Anglin is a 9. km (5. mi) long river in the Creuse, Indre and Vienne departments in central France. Its source is near Azerables. It flows generally northwest. It is a right tributary of the Gartempe, into which it flows near Angles-sur-l'Anglin. Its main tributaries are the Salleron, the Abloux and the Benaize. The Anglin is one of France's few remaining "wild rivers" (rivers which have never been dammed)

10 Step Method for singing and playing guitar. Pick An Easy Song To Start With I'm not including this in my ten steps, but it's real important to find a nice easy song to get going with. Trying to do a hard song when you start is only going to leave you feeling frustrated and deflated. 2. Learn the guitar part This should require listening, practice, and possibly playing along with the original recording. If you struggle with any particular bit then work on that bit until you get it right. 3. Play it while having a conversation You'll easily be able to tell if you have it automated enough!! It's the best test I know of, and I use it myself. If I can play it and think about something completely different I know I'm there and ready to think about singing! 4. Listen to the song a lot more