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. 4
Stanley Brothers, Vol. 4
[2009]
Stanley Brothers, Vol. 3
Stanley Brothers, Vol. 3
[2009]
Sing the Songs of Bill Monroe
Sing the Songs of Bill Monroe
[2007]
Good Old Camp Meeting Songs
Good Old Camp Meeting Songs
[2006]
We'll Be Sweethearts In Heaven
We'll Be Sweethearts In Heaven
[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]
An Evening Long Ago - Live 1956
An Evening Long Ago - Live 1956
[2004]
I'll Meet You In Church
I'll Meet You In Church
[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]
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]
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Scarlet Purple Robe Camping In Canaan's Land Cry From The Cross Keep A Memory We Shall Meet Someday When Jesus Beckons Me Home From The Manger To The Cross A Beautiful Life A Few More Seasons A Few More Years A Man Of Constant Sorrow A Vision Of Mother All I Ever Loved Was You All The Love I Had Is Gone Angel Band Another Night Are You Afraid To Die Baby Girl Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem Bootleg John Bound To Ride Brand New Tennessee Waltz Bright Morning Stars Cheap Love Affair Children Go Where I Send Thee Cotton Eyed Joe Could You Love Me One More Time Daniel Prayed The Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn Death Is Only A Dream Don't Cheat In Our Home Town Drunkard's Hell East Virginia Blues The Fields Have Turned Brown Gathering Flowers For The Master's Bouquet Green Pastures Handsome Molly Harbor Of Love Have You Someone (in Heaven Waiting) Hemlocks And Primroses Hey! Hey! Hey! Hills Of Roane County Home Far Away How Mountain Girls Can Love I Am The Man, Thomas I Am Weary Let Me Rest I Don't Want Your Ramblin Letters I Hear A Choo Choo I Just Got Wise I Just Think I'll Go Away I Love No One But You I Only Exist I'll Meet You In Church Sunday Morning I'll Never Grow Tired Of You I'll Remember You Love In My Prayers I'm Better Off Now That You're Gone I'm Lonesome Without You I'm Lost And I'll Never Find The Way If I Lose If That's The Way You Feel In Despair It's Never Too Late To Start Over It's Raining Here This Morning Jacob's Ladder Jordan Katy Daley Kneel At The Cross Let Me Be Your Friend Let Me Walk Lord By Your Side Let Us Be Lover's Again Let's Go To The Fair Let's Part The Best Of Friends Life Of Sorrow Little Benny Little Glass Of Wine Little Maggie Lonely Tombs Lonesome Night The Lonesome River Long Journey Home The Man In The Middle Maple On The Hill Medicine Springs Meet Me By The Moonlight Memories Of Mother Midnight Storm Mother No Longer Awaits Me At Home Mother's Footsteps Guide Me On Mother's Only Sleeping My Main Trial Is Yet To Come Na No Burdens Pass Through No Letter In The Mail Nobody's Business Nobody's Darling On Earth Nobody's Love Is Like Mine Oh Death Old Country Church Old Rattler The Only Way To Say Goodbye Our Last Goodbye Over In The Gloryland Pass Me Not Paul And Silas Pig In A Pen Poison Lies Pretty Little Miss Pretty Polly Rambling Letters Rank Strangers Riding On That Midnight Train Say Won't You Be Mine Sea Of Regret Shouting On The Hills Of Glory Sit Down With The Lord And Pray Sixteen Years Stone Walls And Steel Bars Sweeter Than The Flowers Sweetest Love Take Your Shoes Off Moses That Happy Night The Angels Are Singing The Pale Horse And His Rider The Wandering Boy Think Of What You've Done This Lonesome Old Feeling This Weary Heart You Stole Away Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine Too Late To Cry Too Sweet To Last Tragic Love Tragic Romance Two More Years We'll Be Sweethearts In Heaven What About You When My Savior Reached Down When You Go Walking After Midnight Where We Never Shall Die White Dove Who Will Call You Sweetheart Who Will Sing For Me Why Me Ralph Wicked Path Of Sin Wild Bill Jones Will He Wait A Little Longer Will The Circle Be Unbroken Will You Miss Me Wings Of Angels Worried Man Blues You Go To Your Church Your Worries And Troubles Are Mine Zion's Hill Whiskey Blue Moon Of Kentucky Little Joe Just A Little Talk With Jesus Remember The Cross Mountain Dew What A Friend We Have In Jesus The Old Cross Road A Voice From On High Bully Of The Town Sweet Thing Precious Memories No Letter Today Shenandoah Waltz Little Bird Leaning On The Everlasting Arms The Old Home Old Richmond Prison Hand In Hand With Jesus If We Never Meet Again The Story Of The Lawson Family Somebody Touched Me Orange Blossom Special Old Love Letters Never Again Love Me, Darling, Just Tonight Jesus Savior Pilot Me I Saw The Light
Related Information for Stanley Brothers
The 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.The War interrupted any thoughts of a musical career, and it was not until both brothers returned from the service that they were able to make their own mark in music – ultimately ending up on WCYB Bristol, Tennessee, where they would remain for over ten years... read more