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Singer: Wilburn Brothers
Album title: Wilburn Brothers (Teddy And Doyle)
Country: UK
Released: 1957
Style: Country
Category: Folk, World, & Country
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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A1 That's When I Miss You
Written-By – Doyle Wilburn, Teddy Wilburn
A2 Cry, Cry Darling
Written-By – Miller*, Newman*
A3 I Know You Don't Love Me Anymore
Written-By – Doyle Wilburn, Teddy Wilburn
A4 Always Alone
Written-By – Ted Daffan
A5 You Win Again
Written-By – Hank Williams
A6 I'll Sail My Ship Alone
Written-By – Bernard*, Thurston*, Mann*, Burns*
B1 Don't Sweetheart Me
Written-By – Charles Tobias, Cliff Friend
B2 Time Changes Everything
Written-By – Tommy Duncan
B3 If It's Wrong To Love You
Written-By – Bonnie Dodd, Charles Mitchell
B4 One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart
Written-By – Dearest Dean, Eddie Dean, Hal Blair
B5 You Can't Break The Chains Of Love
Written-By – F. J. Tableporter*, Jimmy Wakely, Lew Porter
B6 Much Too Often
Written-By – Doyle Wilburn, Teddy Wilburn


Here is a story of two boys ... Doyle and Teddy Wilburn ...
two boys of humble origin who, through sheer determination,
co~rage and talent, have become recognized as one of the
outstanding duets in the field of Country Music.
Theirs is not the usual tale of a "hit record" and an overnight
success, but rather years of hard work, continuous faith in their chosen profession, and the ability to "perform" when the breaks finally came their way. There were many times when the Wilburn Brothers thought of giving up the idea of a show business career and head back for the "old home place." However, knowing what they wanted and determined to make the necessary sacrifices for success, the Wilburn Brothers still in their early twenties, but with close to 20 years in the entertainment field behind them, will today smile
happily and tell you that they're just proud to be in the
big parade of "Country Music Stars."

Doyle and Teddy spent their early days on a small farm near Hardy, Ark (corrected in Ink on signed Album) , and were th~ youngest of four brothers and a sister. Money was a thing the family saw little of and Christmas of 1937 came close to being a mighty sad one. At this time Doyle was seven and Teddy had just turned six a month earlier. Even then the boys had been practicing for a year on cheap musical instruments purchased for them by their parents. By this time Dad figured the boys and their sister made pretty fine music together, so the children were whisked away to the little town of Hardy for their first "public appearance." Doyle and Teddy recall that they were a group of scared youngsters when they arrived in town that day. Their Dad had decided the city square would be the best location, and gave them each a fatherly pat on the back and a few words of encouragement. The little group then took up their position on the square. So unaccustomed to working before the public, there were times when they felt that the only person enjoying their show was "dad." Much to their astonishment, this was the WilburnBrothers' first success-and the beginning of a successful career that has carried them to all parts of the country.

Their first big break came in 1940, when the famous Roy Acuff saw the youthful group performing and brought them to the
"Grand Ole Opry," in Nashville, Tenn. They stayed with the "Opry" for six months and finally left btcause of their extreme youth.
In the months that followed, the Wilburn family kept plugging away, consistently gaining a reputation in their field.
As their popularity began to rise-things began to take a different shape. First, in 1948, the happy little Wilburns had to bid goodbye to their sister, Jerry, who married and left the group. A short time later the brothers moved to Shreveport, La., where they were featured on the "Louisiana Hayride" for almost three years. The family group was finally broken up when Doyle received his "greetings" from Uncle Same Teddy followed eight months later.
Upon their release from the service, Doyle and Teddy went right back into show business. They first joined the Webb Pierce Show and again found themselves back on the "Grand Ole Opry." It wasn't long until Webb brought Doyle and Teddy to the attention o£ Paul Cohen, an executive of Decca Records, and in May of 1954 they signed a recording contract. Soon their first record, "If You Love," and "A Little Time Out For Love," was released and the Wilburn Brothers were on their way.
Since 1954 the Wilburn Brothers have earned numerous honors and their thousands of loyal fans claim they are better with each new record release. Strangers often comment on their always-present smile, warm handshake and ability to
"talk just like homefolks." Doyle is 27 Teddy 26 and both are single. (Ages corrected in Ink, Birth days Doyle, July 7, 1930, Teddy September 30, 1931)

The boys have chosen for this fine album a selection of favorites through the years-never before released by the
Wilburn Brothers. These are songs to warm the hearts of country music lovers everywhere and included in this fresh, new collection by Doyle and Teddy are: "Time Changes Everything" "If It's Wrong To Love You," "Cry, Cry, Darling," and
"You Can't Break The Chains Of Love." Also included are feature solo numbers by Doyle and Teddy. All in all it's a fine group of songs, with refreshing, new arrangements sung by a couple of fine boys-The Wilburn Brothers.
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Cover Photo by Don Cravens from Black Star

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HAT 3035 Wilburn Brothers* Wilburn Brothers (Teddy And Doyle) ‎(LP, Album, RE) Stetson HAT 3035 UK Unknown
DL 8576 Wilburn Brothers* Wilburn Brothers (Teddy And Doyle) ‎(LP, Mono, Promo) Decca DL 8576 US 1957