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The Louvin Brother (CD)

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The Legendary Louvin Brothers County Music Duo

The two started singing together as children while still living with their parents in the small North East Alabama mountain community of Henagar, on Sand Mountain. There, they learned to sing at Church, using the ‘Shape Note Sacred Harp 5 Part Harmony’ that lead to the duo’s unique sound and inflection of their vocals.


For decades the Louvin Brothers have been given credit for having written some of the most powerful, raw, and emotional songs the country genre has ever known. The Louvin Brothers are universally heralded as one of the greatest harmony duos in the history of Country Music. Ira Louvin’s high tenor voice would inspire awe and admiration in countless singers; from already established stars like Bill Monroe to future stars like Emmylou Harris. Gram Parsons paid friends to search record shops for Louvin Brothers records.  It’s been said that Elvis Presley had advance copies of the Louvin’s records sent to him to give to his mother.  A young Johnny Cash waited by the side of the road to catch a glimpse of Ira and Charlie Louvin drive past when he learned they were coming to his town.


Ira Lonnie and Charles Elzer Loudermilk began performing professionally in 1942, but changed their family name to the easier to pronounce Louvin in 1947, and after singing to Capitol Records they began having radio hits.  They joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1955.


Other music artist covered their songs, Carl Smith scored a Number 1 in 1952 with “Are you Teasing Me”. The Browns with

“I Take The Chance”.  In 1975, Emmylou Harris plunged deep into the Louvins’ song bag and came up with her first Top 5 country hit, “If I Could Only Win Your Love”.  Harris’ mentor, country & rock pioneer Gram Parsons, was a Louvins enthusiast. With the Byrds, he recorded “The Christian Life” on the album, “Sweethearts Of The Rodeo”. He also covered “Cash On The Barrelhead” on his last album,

“Grevous Angel” released in 1974, the year after Parson’s untimely death. 


In 1979, the Louvins were inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.


The brothers split up in 1963, and in 1965  Ira tragically died in a car wreck.  Charlie went on to a distinguished solo recording career and continued to perform on the Grand Ole Opry and toured the country with his band up thru 2010.


In 2007, Charlie Louvin moved his personal collection of music memorabilia, photos, albums, artifacts, letters, awards, and news clippings to The Louvin Brothers Museum located at Jim Oliver’s Smoke House Restaurant, Monteagle, TN.  Here you’ll find all the Louvin Brothers and  Charlie Louvin’s albums on CD format, a historical DVD of the dynamic country music duo’s pioneering journey into the country music world, and Louvin Brothers memorabilia.  The museum is open daily from 6:30am thru 9:00pm, admission is Free.  For more information about the Louvin Brothers, personal interview with  Charlie Louvin at his home in September of 2010, photos and videos of his performances at the Smoke House in 2010, go to www.TheSmokeHouse.com, also see the Smoke House You Tube Channel, click on the You Tube Icon at the bottom of the Smoke House home page.



The Louvin Brothers  (Charlie & Ira)

Over 15 compact disc... Pick 1, 2 or all..Titles are...

Keep Your Eyes on Jesus

Keep Your Eyes On Jesus 

Almost Persuaded 

He Set Me Free 

O Who Shall Be Able To Stand 

You'll Meet Him In The Clouds 

You Can't Find The Lord Too Soon

I Have Found The Way 

O Why Not Tonight? 

Kneel At The Cross 

If Today Was The Day 

I Feel Better Now 

Leaning On The Everlasting Arms

Country Heart & Soul

Here Today And Gone Tomorrow

Too Late

Nobody's Darlin' But Mine

Tennessee Waltz

In The Middle Of Nowhere

Take Me Back Into Your Heart

I Cried After You Left

Hoping That You're Hoping

We Could

Don't Laugh 

A Tribute to the Delmore Brothers

Weary Lonesome Blues

Midnight Special

Blues Stay Away From Me

Sand Mountain Blues

Southern Moon

Nashville Blues

Brown's Ferry Blues

When It's Time For The Whippoorwill To Sing

Freight Train

Put Me On The Trail To Carolina

Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar

The Last Old Shovel.

50 Years of Making Music

Makin' Music

Just Beyond the Pain

Memories Burnin'

This Darn Pen

Old Dreams

Are There Any Lonely Women Here Tonight

Ain't You Even Gonna Cry 

Back in Harmony 

Country Boy's Dream 

Takes Love to Know Love 

Precious Time 

Ira Louvin

Empty Wallet And A Broken Heart

Yodel Sweet Molly

It Ain't Funny Enough

Bottom Of The Bottle

Make Believe It's Me

Who Throwed Dat Rock

Life Is Too Short

These Two Eyes

Something Has Just Got To Give

You're Looking For An Angel

Right Side Of The Road

Master Of The Universe

This Is The Door

I Wish I Could Say I Wonder

You're As Welcome As The Flowers In May

2 Different Worlds

Why Not Confess

Making Believe

Have I Stayed Away Too Long

Are You Teasing Me

Don’t Let Your Sweet Love Die

I Wonder Where You Are Tonight

When I Stop Dreaming


We Live In Two Different Worlds

Low And Lonely

Weapon of Prayer

The Weapon Of Prayer

There's A Grave In The Wave Of The Ocean

At Mail Call Today

I Died For The Red White And Blue

A Soldier's Last Letter

There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving

The Great Atomic Power

A Seaman's Girl

From Mother's Arms To Korea

Robe Of White

Searching For A Soldier's Grave

Mother I Thank You For The Bible You Gave.

Christmas With...

O Come all ye Faithful

Silent Night

Away In A Manger

Good Christian Men Rejoice

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

Deck The Halls

It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

The First Noel

O Little Town Of Bethlehem

The Friendly Beasts

Hark The Herald Angels Sing

Joy To The World

My Babys Gone

My Baby's Gone

Blue from Now On

When I Loved You

She Didn't Even Know I Was Gone

You're Running Wild

Plenty of Everything But You

I Wish You Knew

While You're Cheating on Me


I Wish It Had Been a Dream

The First One to Love You

My Baby Came Back

Tragic songs of Life
I'll Be All Smiles Tonight
Let Her Go God Bless Her
What Is Home Without Love
A Tiny Broken Heart
In The Pines
Katie Dear
My Brother's Will
Take The News To Mother
Mary Of The Wild Moor
Knoxville Girl.

Greastest Hits

I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby

Hoping That You're Hoping

You're Running Wild

When I Stop Dreaming

My Baby's Gone

I Love You Best Of All

Knoxville Girl

Must You Throw Dirt In My Face

How's The World Treating You

Great Speckled Bird



She Didn't Even Know I Was Gone

While You're Cheating On Me

Searching For A Soldier's Grave

The Precious Jewel

Broken Engagement

Wabash Cannonball

I've Known A Lady

Give This Message To Your Heart.

The Family who Prays

You'll Be Rewarded Over There

I'll Live With God (To Die No More)

Robe Of White

Broad Minded

The Family Who Prays (Never Shall Part)

Born Again

Preach The Gospel

If We Forget God

Satan And The Saint

Satan Lied To Me

Nearer My God To Thee

Make Him A Soldier

I Can't Say No

Just Rehearsing

Love Thy Neighbor As Thy Self

Pray For Me

Where Will You Build

When I Stop Dreaming


Don't Laugh

I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby

Hoping That You're Hoping

What Is Home Without Love

Knoxville Girl

A Tiny Broken Heart

You're Running Wild

What Would Exchange for your Soul?


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