The Stanley Brothers
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The Stanley Brothers were an American bluegrass duo made up of brothers Carter and Ralph Stanley.
- also known as Stanley Brothers
- genre: Bluegrass
- albums: "Hymns And Sacred Songs", "16 Greatest Gospel Hits", "16 Greatest Hits", "20 Bluegrass Originals", "Amazing Grace", "Angel Band: The Classic Mercury Recordings", "Bluegrass Salvation", "Clinch Mountain Bluegrass", "Long Journey Home", "Old-Time Songs", "Earliest Recordings: The Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s, 1947-1952", "The Best of the Best of the Stanley Brothers Gospel", "The Stanley Brothers: The Early Years 1958-1961, Volume 1", "The Complete Columbia Recordings", "20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of The Stanley Brothers", "An Evening Long Ago", "The Definitive Collection (1947-1966)" (disc 1), "Drunkard's Dream / My Deceitful Heart", "I'm a Man of Constant Sorrow / Lonesome River", "Selected Sides: 1947-1953", "Mountain Dew / Old Rattler", "The Stanley Tradition: Tribute to a Bluegrass Legacy", "The Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys", "The Complete Mercury Recordings", "The Essential Masters", "Stanley Series, Volume 3, Number 3", "Brothers", "Stanley Gospel Tradition: Songs About Our Savior", "The Stanley Brothers: The Early Years 1958-1961 Volume 2", "The Stanley Brothers: The Early Years 1958-1961 Volume 3", "The Stanley Brothers: The Early Years 1958-1961 Volume 4"
- nominated to Country Music Association Award for Album of the Year - "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", with John Hartford, Norman Blake, Emmylou Harris, James Carter and The Prisoners, Chris Thomas King, The Fairfield Four, Alison Krauss, The Peasall Sisters, The Whites, Soggy Bottom Boys, Ralph Stanley, Harry McClintock, Gillian Welch, T Bone Burnett, Mercury Records
- Country Music Association Award for Album of the Year - "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", with John Hartford, Emmylou Harris, The Fairfield Four, Chris Thomas King, Norman Blake, Alison Krauss, James Carter and The Prisoners, The Peasall Sisters, Soggy Bottom Boys, Gillian Welch, Ralph Stanley, Harry McClintock, The Whites, T Bone Burnett, Mercury Records
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From 1958 to 1965 the Stanley Brothers recorded primarily for KING RECORDS ( though they also recorded in these years for the STARDAY, Blue Ridge, Rimrock, Wango, and Cabin Creek labels). In a span of eight years, King released a total ...
by W. K. McNeil
But the Stanley Brothers' twodecade—and Ralph's half-century-plus—careers mark and are marked by gospel music in ways that are much more vital than that happenstance theological labeling. Like country music in general, bluegrass is ...
by John E. Kleber
After appearing separately with groups such as the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, the Stanley Brothers, Jimmy Martin, ...
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