Patsy Cline - Her Greatest album FLAC
Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits is a compilation consisting of American country pop music singer, Patsy Cline's greatest hits. The album consists of Cline's biggest hits between 1957 and 1963. It is one of the biggest selling albums in the United States by any female country music artist. Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits was released four years after her death in 1967 by Decca Records, Cline's longtime record label and the one with whom she'd had the most hits.
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.
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Patsy Cline's Greatest H. .has been added to your Cart. This album, first released in 1967 and reissued on compact disc in 1988, collects Patsy Cline's biggest hits-all of them from the country singles market-including "Walkin' After Midnight," "Sweet Dreams (Of You)," "Crazy," and "I Fall to Pieces. Producer Owen Bradley surrounds Cline's full-throated, emotionally charged vocals with lush, sophisticated arrangements that set the standard for Nashville's "countrypolitan" sound . Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits. They just don't make singers like her anymore. I wish they had more on the CD.
It's not especially difficult to compile a satisfying and listenable album from Patsy Cline's chart hits, and this solid and serviceable set offers a dozen simply brilliant songs from Cline's catalog.
Interpret: Patsy Cline. Album titlle: On The Air: Her Greatest TV Performances. Year of publication 2012. Savvier listeners say her legacy rests on the creamy, flawless ballads she recorded for Decca between November 1960 and February 1963. But her brassy, nicotine-fueled vocals absolutely shine on the uptempo material reissued here. Arguably these recordings – not the lush, later Decca productions that Owen Bradley midwifed – reveal the 'true' Patsy Cline.
Later, the song appeared on Cline's 1962 album Sentimentally Yours with a romantic flair and her ever-lovely, soothing vocals. Patsy Cline,' reveals Mel Dick, brother of Charlie Dick (Cline's now deceased husband). The unique backstory of the tune traces back to Irving Berlin. The famous composer penned the song in 1925 for his wife as a wedding gift.
Patsy Cline (September 8, 1932 – March 5, 1963), born Virginia Patterson Hensley, was an American country music singer. Part of the early 1960s Nashville sound, Cline successfully "crossed over" to pop music. She died at age 30 at the height of her career in a private plane crash. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "On the Air: Her Greatest TV Performances Album. Missing lyrics by Patsy Cline? Know any other songs by Patsy Cline?
|A1||Walkin' After Midnight||2:33|
|A2||Don't Ever Leave Me||2:29|
|A3||Just Out Of Reach||2:30|
|A4||I'm Blue Again||2:10|
|A5||Let The Teardrops Fall||2:37|
|B1||Stop The World||2:28|
|B3||Stranger In My Arms||2:28|
|B4||Too Many Secrets||2:17|
|B5||If I Could See The World||2:52|
|CFX 202-C||Patsy Cline||Her Greatest (Cass, Album, Comp)||Country 10||CFX 202-C||US||1982|