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Title
Satan is real
Type
Text
Genre Form
autobiographies
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: ML421.L7 L68 2012 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 782.421642092/2 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2012563500
Summary
The tragic saga of one of the most legendary country duos of all time. Charlie Louvin was a god-fearing, churchgoing singer, but his brother, Ira, had the devil in him. This is the story of Charlie's sixty-five-year career, the timeless murder ballads of the Louvin Brothers, and an epic tale of two brothers bound together by love, hate, alcohol, blood, and music.
Table Of Contents
My brother's keeper
An air-cooled Franklin
Persimmons
Breeding
Mary of the wild moor
Sacred harp
Dumb
Broom straws
Singing school
Flying Jenny
Chattanooga
Buck dancing
Welcome to the army
The fortune-teller
We came to hear you sing
Soda crackers
Annie Lou and Betty
Smilin' Eddie Hill, arrested
Tunesmiths
Honeymoon
Decca
Hank Williams
Capitol Records
The 24th Infantry Division bootleggers
Busboys
Ken Nelson
The bluff
The Opry
When I stop dreaming
Trouble
Elvis
Touring with Papa
Tragic songs of life
Drunkard
Frying pan
Jimmy Capps
Duets
Mandolins
Satan is real
She finally done it
A loan
The breakup
Onstage
I can't fly
The wreck on the highway
The funeral
Last duet
Reunion
Back home
Solo
Epilogue.
Authorized Access Point
Louvin, Charlie, 1927-2011. Satan is real
Authorized Access Point Variant
Whitmer, Benjamin, 1972- Satan is real