Joe and Eddie was an American gospel folk group, whose vocal career peaked in 1964. Composed of two African Americans, Joe Gilbert and Eddie Brown, in their career, they toured the United States and Canada, appeared on over 20 major television shows and recorded eight albums.
Joe and Eddie was an American gospel folk group. During their careers, the African-American duo composed of Joe Gilbert and Eddie Brown toured the United States and Canada, appeared on more than 20 major television shows, and recorded eight albums. The musical duo's focus was creating harmony with Joe Gilbert singing tenor and Eddie Brown singing baritone. Their style incorporated gospel, folk tunes, and blues with a little jazz flavor.
The gospel-influenced folk of Joe and Eddie is well served by this lavish hits collection, which assembles 26 tracks from the duo's eight albums. It includes "There's a Meetin' Here Tonite," their best-known song.
Album · 1966 · 26 Songs. Joe & Eddie were one of the more successful gospel/folk groups to perform in the '60s. They enjoyed a healthy run of albums throughout the decade, ending their career with a "best-of" retrospective in 1967 while they were still hot. ~ Bradley Torreano.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Best of Joe & Eddie" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Best of Joe & Eddie Album.
Free download and listen The Best Of Joe & Eddie. Joe & Eddie, Russ Garcia, Russell Garcia. Tracks count: 22. Views: 7. Russell Garcia, Joe & Eddie - Weena 01:47. Joe & Eddie - Roll On 02:20. Russell Garcia, Joe & Eddie - Reminiscing 02:14.
Joe and Eddie were two African-American folk-singers who Bubbled Under the Billboard Hot 100 (position with 1964s "There's a Meetin' Here Tonight," included here. The original LP and single gave the impression that the song was recorded "live," however this collection proves that to be false. The announcer and audience were dubbed into what was actually a studio recording, as it's presented here. I love to (attempt to) sing along with every word of every song, and even make futile efforts to match a line of their harmony.