Brother Boys – Presley’s Grocery
1. Let's Shake Loose - 3:03 2. What's The Calling For - 3:28 3. Moonshine Grin - 3:20 4. Band Box - 2:34 5. Those Two Blue Eyes - 3:28 6. Can't You Hear Me Calling - 2:52 7. Strange - 2:57 8. I Don't Care If The Sun Don’t Shine - 3:16 9. When The Day Is Done - 5:19 10. Tell Me What You Want Me To Do - 2:51 11. Dixie Blossoms - 2:10 12. Boy From The County - 5:37
Ed Snodderly (vocals, guitars, dobro, fiddle, mandola, harmonica) , Eugene Wolf (vocals) , Missy Raines (acoustic bass) , Roger Rasnake (acoustic guitar) , John King (percussion, horn on 7) , Adam Steffey (mandolin, horn on 7)
1. AllMusic - Richard Meyer
The Brother Boys sound like a modern combination of The Everly Brothers with Elvis's rockabilly drive. They offer up a jaunty mixture of old and new tunes distinct enough that any soundalike comparisons are academic. One low point is an attempt to recast "I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine"; the Elvis version is just too epochal to be outshined.The playing is hot, and the album sounds crisp and immediate. Presley's Grocery is a good album for fans of country vocals who need a break from bluegrass and the outlaws.