The Everly Brothers* ‎– Two Yanks In England

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Somebody Help Me
So Lonely
Kiss Your Man Goodbye
Signs That Will Never Change
Live Every Time Before
Pretty Flamingo
I've Been Wrong Before
Have You Ever Loved Somebody
The Collector
Don't Run And Hide
Fifi The Flea
Hard Hard Year

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WS 1646 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WS 1646 US 1966 Sell This Version
WS 1646 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WS 1646 UK 1966 Sell This Version
WS 1646 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WS 1646 Canada 1966 Sell This Version
CLPW 1536 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records CLPW 1536 France 1966 Sell This Version
WS 1646 Everly Brothers Two Yanks In England(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WS 1646 Germany 1966 Sell This Version
W-1646 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, Mono) Warner Bros. Records W-1646 Australia 1966 Sell This Version
W 1646 Everly Brothers Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, Mono) Warner Bros. Records W 1646 Canada 1966 Sell This Version
W 1646 Everly Brothers Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, Mono) Warner Bros. Records W 1646 US 1966 Sell This Version
W 1646 Everly Brothers Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Warner Bros. Records W 1646 US 1966 Sell This Version
CSJ 431, CSJ-431 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red) 中聲, 中聲 CSJ 431, CSJ-431 Taiwan 1967 Sell This Version
WB 66065 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England / Instant Party(2xLP, Comp) Warner Bros. Records WB 66065 Netherlands 1976 Sell This Version
WB 26.051 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records WB 26.051 Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version
WB 26 051 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records WB 26 051 Germany 1981 Sell This Version
ED 297 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album, RE) Edsel Records ED 297 UK 1989 Sell This Version
CCM-558 Everly Brothers Two Yanks In England(CD, Album, RE) Collectors' Choice Music CCM-558 US 2005 Sell This Version
12.589 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Album) ANTAR (2) 12.589 Uruguay Unknown Sell This Version
PLS-3091 The Everly Brothers* Two Yanks In England(LP, Comp, Unofficial, Red) Leico Record PLS-3091 Taiwan Unknown Sell This Version

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March 11, 2016
referencing Two Yanks In England, LP, Album, RE, ED 297
Here's the details of the sessions from the book with the Chained to a Memory Bear Family box:

May 14, 1966, Decca Studio, West Hampton, London, p. Dick Glasser, personnel: Don & Phil Everly (they did all vocals, but did not play any guitar on any of these tracks), Jimmy Page - g, John Paul Jones - b, Andy White -d, Arthur Greenslade - keys, 'other details unknown'. These are the tracks that presumably include Tony Hicks, Bobby Elliott, Graham Nash, and Bernie Calvert. All mention Clarke not playing on it. Interesting that the session notes do NOT include the Hollies, though everything I've ever read indicates they play on the tracks; one suspects it was because of the Warner Brothers/Epic label issues that they couldn't be credited on the session logs. I think Page is only on two songs, can't recall which but I remember it's pretty obvious when you listen.
All tracks were Hollies compositions:
Don't Run and Hide, Have You Ever Loved Somebody, Fifi The Flea, Hard Hard Year (I think that's Page), Like Every Time Before, and Signs That Will Never Change

A second session for the album included two more Hollies songs, and was held at United Recording Corporation, Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, June 2, 1966, produced by Dick Glasser, engineered by Lee Herschberg. Personnel: Don & Phil Everly, guitars by James Burton, Glen Campbell, Al Casey, Jay Lacy, Don Lanier; Terry Slater - bass, Jim Gordon - drums, Larry Knechtel - keys, Don Randi - keys, and on organ, Billy Liebert. Overdubs on June 3, same details, but Eddie Brackett also engineered. Songs:
The Collector (Sonny Curtis), Kiss Your Man Goodbye and two Hollies tracks: So Lonely & I've Been Wrong Before.

Two more songs were cut on June 3 to complete the album, same studio, producer, both engineers, but these players: Don & Phil Everly, Burton, Campbell, Lacy, Lanier, Slater, Randi, and with Bud Coleman on guitar (also the overdubs above) and Leslie Milton on drums.
Songs:
Pretty Flamingo (Mark Barkan) and Somebody Help Me (Jackie Edwards), these being covers of course of Manfred Mann and Spencer Davis Group 1966 hits.