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Features Song Lyrics for Patsy Cline's Country Classics (Legend Collection) album. 1. Crazy Dreams Lyrics. 2. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down Lyrics. Patsy Cline Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Patsy Cline Lyrics.
Patsy Cline - Nashville Legend. Official page for Patsy Cline. Patsy Cline’s Album Chart Debut - uDiscover. On 31 March 1962, Patsy Cline Showcase finally took the country queen onto the US album chart, and her singing everyone from Bob Wills to Cole Porter. Patsy Cline - Nashville Legend. 18 March at 14:35 ·. On this day in 1956, Patsy was on the cover of the Sunday Star in Washington, .
Patsy Cline – Country Legend. Label: Castle Pie – PIEDD 100. Format: 2 CD, Compilation. Country: UK. Released: 1999. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. I Cried All The Way To The Altar. This collection represents Patsy Cline's late-1950s output on the Decca/Four Star label.
Nashville Traditional Country Rockabilly. Intimate Melancholy Bittersweet Nocturnal Plaintive Reflective Soothing Wistful Brooding Gentle Poignant Restrained Sad Sensual Delicate Sentimental Yearning. Late Night Feeling Blue Heartache Introspection Reflection.
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
The Ultimate Collection is a 2000 album by Patsy Cline. In 2003, it was voted as the 235th greatest album of all times by Rolling Stone. Walkin' After Midnight" – 2:35. A Poor Man's Roses (or a Rich Man's Gold)" – 2:47. Lovesick Blues" – 2:18. I Fall To Pieces" – 2:48. San Antonio Rose" – 2:20. Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)" – 2:12.
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. "Patsy Cline Album.
Patsy Cline - Patsy Cline (1957). Songs in album Patsy Cline - Patsy Cline (1957). That Wonderful Someone.
When Patsy Cline heard the demo of a new song by a little-known songwriter called Hugh Nelson, she didn’t care for it much. But as she and producer Owen Bradley looked for the track that would be her follow-up to her first country chart-topper ‘I Fall To Pieces,’ Bradley rearranged it as a ballad in her style. So it was that on 21 August 1961, Patsy Cline created the ‘Crazy’ legend. Hugh Nelson would of course become known far and wide as Willie Nelson, and it was Cline’s recording of ‘Crazy’ that made that name. It raced to No. 2 on the country chart and No. 9 on the Hot 100 - even if it had to wait almost 20 years more to become a chart record in the UK. Early in 1991, a reissue took it to No. 14, curiously enough at the same time that a young pop artist called Seal was high in the bestsellers with a different song called ‘Crazy.
|1.1||Walking After Midnight|
|1.2||Yes I Understand|
|1.3||Today Tomorrow And Forever|
|1.4||Gotta Lot Of Rhythm In My Soul|
|1.6||He'll Do For You|
|1.8||Come On In|
|1.10||I've Loved And Lost Again|
|1.11||Love, Love, Love Me Honey Do|
|1.12||Life's A Railway To Heaven|
|1.13||The Heart You Break May Be Your Own|
|1.14||I Can See An Angel|
|1.15||In Care Of The Blues|
|1.16||Never No More|
|1.17||Cry Not For Me|
|1.18||Pick Me Up On Your Way Down|
|1.19||Just Out Of Reach|
|1.21||Then You'll Know|
|1.23||Stop Look And Listen|
|1.24||Too Many Secrets|
|1.25||A Church, A Courtroom, And Then Goodbye|
|2.1||I Love You Honey|
|2.2||Honky Tonk Merry Go Round|
|2.3||Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray|
|2.5||Turn The Cards Slowly|
|2.6||Just A Closer Walk With Thee|
|2.7||I Don't Wanna|
|2.8||If I Could Only Stay Asleep|
|2.9||Poor Man's Roses|
|2.10||Ain't No Wheels On This Ship|
|2.11||I'm Moving Along|
|2.13||Stranger In My Arms|
|2.14||Hungry For Love|
|2.15||Let The Teardrops Fall|
|2.16||That Wonderful Someone|
|2.17||There He Goes|
|2.18||Don't Ever Leave Me Again|
|2.19||I Can't Forget You|
|2.20||How Can I Face Tomorrow|
|2.21||Stop The World (And Let Me Off)|
|2.22||I'm Blue Again|
|2.23||If I Could See The World (Through The Eyes Of A Child)|
|2.24||I Cried All The Way To The Altar|
NotesThis collection represents Patsy Cline's late-1950s output on the Decca/Four Star label.
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- Barcode: 5038456110023
- Label Code: LC 6448