Top Stanley Brothers Albums
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The Collection 1958-1960
The Collection 1958-1960
[2013]
Bluegrass Swing
Bluegrass Swing
[2011]
Sacred Songs from the Hills
Sacred Songs from the Hills
[2011]
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 5
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 5
[2010]
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 4
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 4
[2010]
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 2
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 2
[2010]
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 1
The Stanley Brothers, Vol. 1
[2010]
Stanley Brothers, Vol. 3
Stanley Brothers, Vol. 3
[2009]
Sing the Songs of Bill Monroe
Sing the Songs of Bill Monroe
[2007]
Sweeter Than the Flowers
Sweeter Than the Flowers
[2006]
16 Greatest Gospel Hits
16 Greatest Gospel Hits
[2005]
On Radio
On Radio
[2005]
Early Recordings: The Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s
Early Recordings: The Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s
[2005]
Choo Choo Coming
Choo Choo Coming
[2004]
Bluegrass Salvation
Bluegrass Salvation
[2004]
Songs of the Carter Family
Songs of the Carter Family
[2003]
Bluegrass Is Timeless - What a Friend We Have In Jesus
Bluegrass Is Timeless - What a Friend We Have In Jesus
[2003]
Shadows of the Past
Shadows of the Past
[2003]
An Evening Long Ago - Live 1956
An Evening Long Ago - Live 1956
[2001]
Precious Memories
Precious Memories
[2001]
Complete Starday & King Instrumentals
Complete Starday & King Instrumentals
[2000]
Stanley Brothers: Earliest Recordings (Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s)
Stanley Brothers: Earliest Recordings (Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s)
[1997]
The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers
The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers
[1996]
Angel Band: The Classic Mercury Recordings
Angel Band: The Classic Mercury Recordings
[1995]
Long Journey Home
Long Journey Home
[1990]
Lonely Tombs lyricsLong Journey Home lyricsA Beautiful Life lyricsBound To Ride lyricsTake Your Shoes Off Moses lyricsShouting On The Hills Of Glory lyricsPrecious Memories lyricsPaul And Silas lyricsNo Letter In The Mail lyricsHave You Someone (in Heaven Waiting) lyricsIt's Never Too Late To Start Over lyricsHey! Hey! Hey! lyricsWe'll Be Sweethearts In Heaven lyricsI Love No One But You lyricsThe Old Home lyricsThe Wandering Boy lyricsOh Death lyricsOld Country Church lyricsScarlet Purple Robe lyricsMemories Of Mother lyricsThe Lonesome River lyricsThe Fields Have Turned Brown lyricsWhat A Friend We Have In Jesus lyricsWhiskey lyricsBlue Moon Of Kentucky lyricsA Voice From On High lyricsSweet Thing lyricsFrom The Manger To The Cross lyricsRemember The Cross lyricsBully Of The Town lyricsLittle Joe lyricsThe Old Cross Road lyricsNo Letter Today lyricsShenandoah Waltz lyricsLeaning On The Everlasting Arms lyricsLittle Bird lyricsJust A Little Talk With Jesus lyricsMountain Dew lyricsStone Walls And Steel Bars lyricsSea Of Regret lyricsSixteen Years lyricsSit Down With The Lord And Pray lyricsSweetest Love lyricsSay Won't You Be Mine lyricsRiding On That Midnight Train lyricsSweeter Than The Flowers lyricsRank Strangers lyricsToo Sweet To Last lyricsOld Rattler lyricsOnly Way To Say Goodbye, The lyricsOur Last Goodbye lyricsOver In The Gloryland lyricsPass Me Not lyricsPig In A Pen lyricsPoison Lies lyricsPretty Little Miss lyricsPretty Polly lyricsRambling Letters lyricsNobody's Love Is Like Mine lyricsThat Happy Night lyricsWhere We Never Shall Die lyricsWhite Dove lyricsZion's Hill lyricsWho Will Sing For Me lyricsWhy Me Ralph lyricsWicked Path Of Sin lyricsWild Bill Jones lyricsYour Worries And Troubles Are Mine lyricsWill He Wait A Little Longer lyricsWill The Circle Be Unbroken lyricsWill You Miss Me lyricsWings Of Angels lyricsWorried Man Blues lyricsWhen You Go Walking After Midnight lyricsWhen My Savior Reached Down lyrics
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Related Information for Stanley BrothersThe Stanley Brothers (Carter Stanley, 1925-1966, and Ralph Stanley, born 1927) were an American bluegrass duo originally hailing from Dickenson County, Virginia. The family soon moved to McClure, Virginia, where their parents worked a small farm in the Clinch Mountains. Music was a part of their lives from the word go, as they were able to listen to the likes of The Monroe Brothers, Mainer’s Mountaineers, and other artists featured on the Grand Ole Opry radio program. read more