The Gibson Brothers : Brotherhood
Brotherhood is both a homecoming as well as a confident and creative step forward for the Gibson Brothers. With this work, they pay homage to those who came before, through a brilliant collection of covers, originally made famous by some of the classic brother duets of the past. In a career that sees them well-established as two-time IBMA Entertainers of the Year and Song of the Year winner for one of their originals, this album is already being hailed by some as their strongest record to date. In Julie Thanki's notes, she recognizes the record as honoring the Gibsons's influences, rooted in classic country and bluegrass brother acts, while further establishing them as a vital roots music group with an even more promising future than their already distinctive past. Brotherhood gives us timeless and enjoyable music at its finest, an inspired set of songs that shows yet another side of the Gibson Brothers.
This is the Gibson Brothers doing their music, their way - with taste, class and excellence while paying tribute to some of their music heroes like only they can. This is THE album that truly puts the Gibson Brothers in the role of safeguarding the tradition of brother duets and the contribution they've made to the music. This is THE album long-time Gibson fans have been waiting for. --Brian McNeal, Prescription Bluegrass
1. [3:02] Bye Bye Love
2. [3:40] The Sweetest Gift
3. [2:53] An Angel With Blue Eyes
4. [2:46] Each Season Changes You
5. [2:35] I Have Found The Way
6. [2:29] How Mountain Girls Can Love
7. [2:43] It'll Be Her
8. [2:53] What A Wonderful Savior Is He
9. [2:36] Long Gone
10. [2:24] Eastbound Train
11. [2:06] Sweet Little Miss Blue Eyes
12. [2:51] Seven Year Blues
13. [3:20] Long Time Gone
14. [2:16] I'm Troubled I'm Troubled
15. [3:03] Crying In The Rain
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