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Everly Brothers

Everly Brothers


Singles: 78 rpm

APEX (76644 “Let It Be Me”) $300-$400 / 1959
(Canadian)

CADENCE (1315 thru 1350) $50-$100 / 1957-1958

CADENCE (1355 “Problems”) $150-$200 / 1958

CADENCE (1364 “Take a Message to Mary”) $150-$200 / 1959

COLUMBIA (21496 “The Sun Keeps Shining”) $200-$250 / 1956


Singles: 7–inch

APEX $10-$20 / 1957-1959
(Canadian)

BARNABY $5-$10 / 1970-1976

CADENCE (1315 “Bye Bye Love”) $15-$25 / 1957

CADENCE (1337 “Wake Up Little Susie”) $15-$25 / 1957

CADENCE (1342 “This Little Girl of Mine”) $15-$25 / 1958

CADENCE (1348 “All I Have to Do Is Dream”) $15-$25 / 1958
(Silver and maroon label)

CADENCE (1348 “All I Have to Do Is Dream”) $10-$20 / 1961
(Red label with black print)

CADENCE (1348 “All I Have to Do Is Dream”) $50-$75 / 1961
(Colored vinyl)

CADENCE (1350 “Bird Dog”) $15-$25 / 1958

CADENCE (1355 “Problems”) $15-$25 / 1958

CADENCE (1364 “Take a Message to Mary”) $15-$25 / 1959

CADENCE (1369 “(Til’) I Kissed You”) $25-$35 / 1959

CADENCE (1376 “Let It Be Me”) $15-$25 / 1960

CADENCE (1376 “Let It Be Me”) $40-$50 / 1960
(White label. Promo issue only)

CADENCE (1380 “When Will I Be Loved”) $15-$25 / 1960

CADENCE (1388 “Like Strangers”) $15-$25 / 1960

CADENCE (1429 “I’m Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail”) $15-$25 / 1962

COLUMBIA (21496 “The Sun Keeps Shining”) $350-$450 / 1956
(Red label)

COLUMBIA (21496 “The Sun Keeps Shining”) $150-$250 / 1956
(White label. Promo issue only)

ERIC $-$6 / 1970s

MERCURY $3-$5 / 1984-1986

RCA (0717 “Ridin’ High”) $4-$8 / 1972

RCA (0849 “Paradise”) $4-$8 / 1972

RCA (0901 “Not Fade Away”) $8-$12 / 1973

W.B. (5151 “Cathy’s Clown”) $10-$20 / 1960
(Monaural)

W.B. (S-5151 “Cathy’s Clown”) $20-$30 / 1960
(Stereo)

W.B. (5151 “Cathy’s Clown”) $75-$125 / 1960
(Gold vinyl. Promo issue only)

W.B. (5163 “So Sad”) $10-$20 / 1960
(Black vinyl)

W.B. (5163 “So Sad”) $50-$75 / 1960
(Gold vinyl. Promo issue only)

W.B. (5199 “Ebony Eyes”) $10-$20 / 1961
(Black vinyl)

W.B. (5199 “Ebony Eyes”) $50-$75 / 1961
(Gold vinyl. Promo issue only)

W.B. (5220 thru 5833) $10-$20 / 1961-1966

W.B. (5857 “Fifi the Flea”) $20-$25 / 1967
(Credits “Don Everly Brother” on one side, and “Phil Everly Brother” on the flip)

W.B. (5901 thru 7425) $8-$12 / 1967-1970


Picture Sleeves

CADENCE (1337 “Wake Up Little Susie”) $75-$125 / 1957

CADENCE (1355 “Problems”) $30-$50 / 1958

CADENCE (1369 “(Til’) I Kissed You”) $30-$50 / 1959

CADENCE (1376 “Let It Be Me”) $30-$50 / 1960

W.B. (5151 “Cathy’s Clown”) $40-$60 / 1960
(Black vinyl)

W.B. (5151 “Cathy’s Clown”) $100-$150 / 1960
(Gold vinyl. Promo issue only)

W.B. (5163 “So Sad”) $40-$60 / 1960

W.B. (5199 “Ebony Eyes”) $40-$60 / 1961

W.B. (5220 “Temptation”) $15-$25 / 1961

W.B. (5250 “Crying in the Rain”) $15-$25 / 1962

W.B. (5273 “That’s Old Fashioned”) $15-$25 / 1962

W.B. (5297 “Don’t Ask Me to Be Friends”) $15-$25 / 1962

W.B. (5649 “Love Is Strange”) $100-$150 / 1965

MERCURY $3-$6 / 1984


EPs: 7–inch

CADENCE (3 “Rockin’ with the Everly Brothers”) $25-$35 / 1961
(Has single sheet cardboard insert/cover. Compact 33)

CADENCE (4 “Dream with the Everly Brothers”) $25-$35 / 1961
(Has single sheet cardboard insert/cover. Compact 33)

CADENCE (104 “Everly Bros., Vol. 1”) $75-$100 / 1957

CADENCE (105 “Everly Bros., Vol. 2”) $75-$100 / 1957

CADENCE (107 “The Everly Brothers”) $75-$100 / 1958

CADENCE (“Songs Our Daddy Taught Us”) $100-$150 / 1958
(White, typewritten label. No selection number shown, only identification numbers “K80H-1719/20.” Labeled “Cadence Disc Jockey Pressing.” Promo issue only)

CADENCE (108/109/110 “Songs Our Daddy Taught Us”) $60-$80 / 1958
(Price is for any of three volumes)

CADENCE (111 “The Everly Brothers”) $60-$80 / 1959

CADENCE (118 “The Everly Brothers”) $60-$80 / 1959

CADENCE (121 “The Everly Brothers”) $60-$80 / 1960

W.B. (120 “Everly Brothers Show”) $15-$25 / 1970
(Juke box issue only. Includes title strips)

W.B. (135 “Souvenir Sampler”) $100-$125 / 1961
(Don and Phil discussing The Everly Brothers – Both Sides of an Evening. Has an LP discount coupon on sleeve. Promo issue only)

W.B. (1381-1 “Foreverly Yours”) $15-$25 / 1960
(Black vinyl.)

W.B. (1381-1 “Foreverly Yours”) $35-$50 / 1960
(Colored vinyl. Promo issue only)

W.B. (1381-2 “Especially for You”) $15-$25 / 1960

W.B. (1471 “Golden Hits”) $15-$25 / 1962
(Juke box issue only. Includes title strips)

W.B. (5501 “The Everly Brothers Plus Two Oldies”) $15-$25 / 1961


LPs: 10/12–inch

ARISTA 8-12 / 1984

BARNABY (350 “Original Greatest Hits”) $10-$15 / 1970

BARNABY (4000 series) $6-$10 / 1977

BARNABY (6006 “Greatest Hits”) $8-$12

BARNABY (15008 “History of the Everly Brothers”) $15-$20 / 1973
(Two discs)

BARNABY (30260 “End of an Era”) $10-$15 / 1971

CADENCE (3003 “The Everly Brothers”) $75-$125 / 1958

CADENCE (3016 “Songs Our Daddy Taught Us”) $50-$75 / 1958

CADENCE (3025 “The Everly Brothers’ Best”) $75-$100 / 1959
(Blue cover)

CADENCE (3040 “The Fabulous Style of the Everly Brothers”) $50-$75 / 1960

CADENCE (3059 “Folk Songs”) $35-$40 / 1963

CADENCE (3062 “15 Everly Hits”) $65-$75 / 1963

CADENCE (25040 “The Fabulous Style of the Everly Brothers”) /$1960
(Stereo)

CADENCE (25059 “Folk Songs”) $35-$40 / 1963
(Stereo)

CADENCE (25062 “15 Everly Hits”) $45-$65 / 1963
(Stereo)

CANDLELITE $10-$15 / 1976

EXCELSIOR $5-$10

GRT (2103-702 “Everly Brothers”) $15-$20 / 1974
(Two discs)

HARMONY $10-$15 / 1968-1970

HAPPY DAYS $5-$10

MERCURY $5-$10 / 1984-1986

PAIR $8-$12 / 1984

PASSPORT $5-$12 / 1984-1986

RCA (4620 “Everly Brothers 26”) $8-$12 / 1972

RCA (4781 “Pass the Chicken and Listen”) $8-$12 / 1972

RHINO (214 “All They Had to Do Was Dream”) $5-$10 / 1985

RHINO (258 “Heartache ‘n Harmonies”) $8-$10 / 1985
(Picture disc)

RONCO $8-$10

TIME-LIFE $10-$15 / 1986

W.B. (1381 “It’s Everly Time”) $30-$50 / 1960

W.B. (1395 “A Date with the Everly Brothers”) $50-$100 / 1960
(With gatefold cover and eight “wallet pix” cut-out photos)

W.B. (1395 “A Date with the Everly Brothers”) $30-$50 / 1961
(With standard cover)

W.B. (1418 “Songs for Both Sides of an Evening”) $30-$50 / 1961

W.B. (1430 “Instant Party”) $30-$50 / 1962

W.B. (1471 “Golden Hits”) $30-$50 / 1962

W.B. (1483 “Christmas with the Everly Brothers”) $30-$50 / 1961

W.B. (1513 “Great Country Hits”) $30-$50 / 1963

W.B. (1554 “Very Best of the Everly Brothers”) $30-$50 / 1964
(Yellow cover. Gray label)

W.B. (1554 “Very Best of the Everly Brothers”) $10-$15 / 1970
(Blue cover. Gray label)

W.B. (1554 “Very Best of the Everly Brothers”) $8-$12 / 1972
(Blue cover. “Skyline” label)

W.B. (1578 “Rock ‘N Soul”) $50-$75 / 1965

W.B. (1585 “Gone Gone Gone”) $20-$30 / 1965

W.B. (1605 “Beat & Soul”) $50-$60 / 1965
(Label reads “Beat ‘N Soul.”)

W.B. (1620 “In Our Image”) $30-$50 / 1966

W.B. (1646 “Two Yanks in London”) $20-$30 / 1966
(With the Hollies)

W.B. (1676 “The Hit Sound of the Everly Brothers”) $15-$25 / 1967

W.B. (1708 “Everly Brothers Sing”) $15-$25 / 1967

W.B. (1752 “Roots”) $15-$25 / 1968

W.B. (1858 “The Everly Brothers Show”) $10-$15 / 1970


Promotional LPs

W.B. (134 “The Everly Brothers”) $300-$500 / 1961
(Single-sided, 10–inch LP with five tracks from The Everly Brothers – Both Sides of an Evening [WB 1418]. Promo issue only)

W.B. (1381 “It’s Everly Time”) $50-$100 / 1960

W.B. (1395 “A Date with the Everly Brothers”) $75-$100 / 1960
(With gatefold cover and eight “wallet pix” cut-out photos)

W.B. (1418 “Both Sides of an Evening”) $50-$75 / 1961

W.B. (1430 “Instant Party”) $50-$75 / 1962

W.B. (1471 “Golden Hits”) $50-$75 / 1962

W.B. (1483 “Christmas with the Everly Brothers”) $50-$75 / 1961

W.B. (1513 “Great Country Hits”) $40-$60 / 1963

W.B. (1554 “Very Best of the Everly Brothers”) $40-$60 / 1964
(Yellow cover)

W.B. (1578 “Rock ‘N Soul”) $40-$60 / 1965

W.B. (1585 “Gone Gone Gone”) $40$-60 / 1965

W.B. (1605 “Beat ‘N Soul”) $35-$50 / 1965

W.B. (1620 “In Our Image”) $35-$50 / 1966

W.B. (1646 “Two Yanks in London”) $35-$50 / 1966

W.B. (1676 “The Hit Sound of the Everly Brothers”) $35-$50 / 1967

W.B. (1708 “The Everly Brothers Sing”) $35-$50 / 1967

W.B. (1752 “Roots”) $25-$40 / 1968

W.B. (1858 “The Everly Brothers Show”) $25-$35 / 1970


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