The Everly Brothers Show: Season 1, Episode 7

Episode #1.7 (19 Aug. 1970)

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Michael Parks sings, "I'm Lonely and Blue" and "Long Lonesome Highway" and recites E.E. Cummings, "When Serpents Bargain For the Right to Squirm", a poem on the ills of society. Cajun ... See full summary »

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Michael Parks sings, "I'm Lonely and Blue" and "Long Lonesome Highway" and recites E.E. Cummings, "When Serpents Bargain For the Right to Squirm", a poem on the ills of society. Cajun singer and performer Doug Kershaw plays fiddle, guitar and concertina. He sings, "Rita, Put Your Black Shoes On" and joins the Everlys for a medley including, "The Battle of New Orleans", "Diggy Diggy Lo" and "Grande Mamou". The Everlys sing, "Honky Tonk Women", "Take a Letter, Maria", "Till I Kiss You" and "My Gal Sal" and join the Lennon Sisters for "Anything Goes". The Lennon Sisters sing "Come Saturday Morning". Written by VTC

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