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Album Review

The Statlers' first decade of recording is recalled in their initial Best Of collection. The compilation includes all of the quartet's biggest Mercury hits from the first half of the 1970s, including "Do You Remember These," "I'll Go to My Grave Loving You," and "Bed of Rose's." However, only one song from their late-'60s tenure at Columbia — the classic "Flowers on the Wall" — makes the cut.

Customer Reviews

Flowers on the Wall

This is one great country/ country rock songs. The Statler Broothers are great

Totally unique

The Statler Brothers are a combination barbershop quartet and country group. Great vocals and competent instrumentation are their trademark. Almost all of their songs are story songs. Their best cuts on this album are the Class of '57, Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott?, and Flowers on the Wall. This album is a great sampler of their work. The Class of '57, about the difference between what the graduates expected from life, and what they found, is one of the best story songs ever written.

Nice

good album, New york city and Bed of roses are my favorites

Biography

Formed: 1955 in Staunton, VA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Named after a brand of tissues, the four members of the Statler Brothers did not in fact share a fraternal bond; what they did share, however, was the distinction of being one of the most successful vocal harmony groups in the history of country music. Formed in the group's home base of Staunton, VA, in 1955, the Statlers were originally a church trio comprised of bass vocalist Harold Reid (born August 21, 1939), baritone Phil Balsley (August 8, 1939), and tenor Lew DeWitt (March 12, 1938)....
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