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The Louvin Brothers were an American country music duo composed of brothers Ira Lonnie Loudermilk (–) and Charlie Elzer Loudermilk (–), better known as Ira and Charlie Louvin. They helped popularize close harmony, a genre of country music. The brothers are cousins to John D. Loudermilk, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
May 20, · Tragic Songs of Life, an Album by The Louvin Brothers. Released in October on Capitol (catalog no. T; Vinyl LP). Genres: Close Harmony, Country. Featured peformers: Charlie Louvin (vocals, guitar), Ira Louvin (vocals, mandolin), Floyd Chance (bass), Ken Nelson (producer)/5(28).
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While Charlie and Ira Louvin could sing upbeat material when they were of a mind -- the lively "Cash on the Barrelhead" and "Pitfall" were among their hits -- happy songs didn't seem to come naturally to them, and when they were given the opportunity to make their first long-playing album in , they opted to record a set of downbeat numbers called Tragic Songs of Life/
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album by the brooding brothers Louvin, including four bonus tracks: 'Satan Lied to Me', 'Pray for Me', 'Lord I'm Coming' and 'Thankful'. The original album featured 12 tales of backwoods tragedy involving stories of innocence, loneliness, broken hearted sweethearts and the antics of good /5(25).