Patsy Cline - Patsy Cline mp3 flacPerformer: Patsy Cline
Title: Patsy Cline
Style: Country Blues, Country, Honky Tonk, Folk
Size MP3 version: 1380 mb
Size FLAC version: 1768 mb
Size WMA version: 1843 mb
Format: APE AHX MP4 DMF VQF ASF FLAC
Genre: Blues / Pop / World - Country - Folk
Patsy Cline - Patsy Cline mp3 flac
While Patsy Cline is generally remembered as a country artist, she also had many pop hits. This album shows both sides of her musical personality to good effect. Interesting also because she co-wrote one of the songs under her real name, Virginia Hensley.
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Showcase is a studio album by American country music singer Patsy Cline, recorded with The Jordanaires and released November 27, 1961. It was Cline's second studio album and her first since Patsy Cline in 1957. The album produced two singles that became hits on both the Billboard country and pop charts. The first, "I Fall to Pieces," became Cline's first number one hit on the Billboard country chart and also reached the Top 15 on the pop Top 100 in 1961
Patsy Cline is a studio album by American country music singer, Patsy Cline, released on August 5, 1957. This was the debut album by Cline and would be one of three studio albums Cline would record during her lifetime. Cline's debut album produced two singles. Her first single "Walkin' After Midnight," was released in 1957 and became both a Top 20 pop smash and a classic.
Patsy Cline was the debut studio album by American country music singer, Patsy Cline, released on August 5, 1957. It would be the first of the three studio albums Cline would record during her lifetime. Recording for the album began in January 1956 and ended in May 1957. The album produced two singles. The first, Walkin' After Midnight, was released in 1957 and became both a Top 20 pop smash and a classic. Cline was unable to follow up the success of Walkin' After Midnight ; and the second single, I Don’t Wanta, failed to chart. Patsy Cline Q&A.
Album · 1991 · 12 Songs. Best of Patsy Cline Patsy Cline.
Patsy Cline is a studio album by American country music singer, Patsy Cline, released on August 5, 1957. Cline recorded 12 songs for the album, a mix of honky tonk, rockabilly, and country pop. Many music critics have called the tracks very different from the other material she recorded for her later albums. One of the songs, "Don't Ever Leave Me Again," was co-written by Cline with James Crawford and Lillian Claiborne.
Stop, Look & Listen (Patsy Cline album). Stop, Look & Listen. Compilation album by Patsy Cline. Stop, Look & Listen was a collection of songs recorded by Patsy Cline at her first record label, Four Star. It was released originally on a record but was then reissued on a CD format in 1988. It included some songs that were released as singles, such as "Three Cigarettes (In an Ashtray)" and "Ain't No Wheels on This Ship.
The Patsy Cline Story" is a double album compilation of Patsy Cline's best-known songs between 1961 and 1963 originally issued in a gatefold sleeve. The album was released four months following Cline's death. This compilation replaced Cline's fifth studio album that was supposed to be released in the end of March 1963 titled "Faded Love", but due to her death in early March, it was never released. In 1973, the album was reissued and the insert in the gatefold was also changed
|A-1||That Wonderful Someone||2:28|
|A-2||In Care Of The Blues||2:33|
|A-3||Hungry For Love||2:27|
|A-4||Too Many Secrets||2:16|
|A-5||Don't Ever Leave Me Again||2:26|
|A-6||Ain't No Wheels On This Ship||1:55|
|B-1||I Can't Forget You||2:25|
|B-2||I Don't Wanna||2:20|
|B-3||Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray||2:12|
|B-4||Walkin' After Midnight||2:33|
|B-6||Then You'll Know||3:12|
NotesRecording began as early as January 1956 and ended as late as May 23, 1957. Because the album was released on Decca, it was produced by Owen Bradley, who would later produce all of Cline's sessions between 1960 and 1963. Background vocals were done by the Nashville background vocal group, The Anita Kerr Singers, who also backed a number of popular country music artists in the 1950s and 60s.
|DL-8611||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL-8611||US||1957|
|MCAD-25200||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (CD, Album, RE)||MCA Records||MCAD-25200||US||1988|
|MCAC-25200||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (Cass, Album, RE, RM)||MCA Records||MCAC-25200||US||1988|
|UP - 760||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (LP, Comp, Mono, Club)||Universal Record Club||UP - 760||Australia||Unknown|
|DL-8611||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (LP, Album)||Decca||DL-8611||Canada||1957|
|Gotta Lot Of Rhythm In My Soul|
|I Cried All The Way To The Altar|
|Honky Tonk Merry Go Round|
|I've Loved And Lost Again|
|I Can't Forget You|
|A Poor Man's Roses|
|A Church, A Courtroom, Then Goodbye|
|Don't Ever Leave Me Again|
|I'm Blue Again|
|ALL 862||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (LP, Comp)||Allegro Records||ALL 862||UK||1967|
|SHM 718||Patsy Cline||Patsy Cline (Volume 2) (LP, Comp, RE)||Hallmark Records||SHM 718||UK||1971|