The Patsy Cline Story


The Patsy Cline Story

Infobox Album
Name = The Patsy Cline Story
Type = compilation
Artist = Patsy Cline


Released = June 10, 1963
Recorded = November 16, 1960 – February 5, 1963
Genre = country pop
Length = 60:54
Label = Decca (1963)
MCA (1988)
Producer = Owen Bradley
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|4.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:wjfqxqq5ld6e link]
Last album = "Sentimentally Yours"
(1962)
This album = "The Patsy Cline Story"
(1963)
Next album = "A Portrait of Patsy Cline"
(1964)
Misc = Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = 1988 Re-issued cover
Type = compilation


Lower caption = In 1988, the album was digitally remastered on a CD format with a new cover, as shown above.
Singles
Name = The Patsy Cline Story
Type = Compilation
Single 1 = Leavin' on Your Mind
Single 2 = Sweet Dreams (Of You)

"The Patsy Cline Story" is a double album compilation of consisting of American country music singer Patsy Cline's most well-known songs between 1961 and 1963. The album was released four months following Cline's death on June 16, 1963, but was reissued twice in the next two decades.

Background

"The Patsy Cline Story" is a 24-track two-disc collection Cline's label, Decca Records released following Cline's death in a plane crash in March of that year. The album contains Cline's biggest hits, including "Walkin' After Midnight" (the 1961 remake), "I Fall to Pieces," "Crazy," "She's Got You," and "Sweet Dreams." It also contains lesser-known songs that weren't necessary hits for Cline, including "You're Stronger Than Me." cite web|url=http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:wjfqxqq5ld6e|title="The Patsy Cline Story" album review|last=Thomas Erlewine|first=Stephen|publisher=allmusic|accessdate=2008-09-28] "The Patsy Cline Story" replaced Cline's fifth studio album that was supposed to be released in the end of March 1963, "Faded Love," but due to her death in early March, it was never released. [cite web|url=http://www.patsified.com/bio/bio14.htm|title=Patsy Cline biography - Trouble & Honey|last=Flood|first=Lisa|accessdate=2008-09-28] The album included two singles that were released posthumously in 1963, "Leavin' on Your Mind" and "Sweet Dreams (Of You)," both of which reached the Top 10 on the Billboard Country Chart.

When Decca Records changed to MCA Records in 1973, the album was re-issued and the insert in the gatefold was also changed. Shortly afterward, copies elimated the gatefold completely, and therefore both of the records were contained in a single sleeve. In 1988, the album was digitally remastered and reissued again on a CD format with a new cover.cite web|url=http://patsycline.info/records/dxsb-7176.html|title="The Patsy Cline Story" profile|publisher="Patsy Cline.info"|accessdate=2008-09-28]

Individual tracks

While the album features Cline's most well-known hits, the album also contains additional extras [cite web|url=http://www.amazon.com/Patsy-Cline-Story/dp/B000002O0U|title=Amazon.com review for "Patsy Cline Story"|last=Altman|first=Billy|publisher="amazon.com"|accessdate=2008-09-28] including Bob Wills' "San Antonio Rose" and Gogi Grant's "The Wayward Wind," both from Cline's 1961 studio album, "Patsy Cline Showcase." It also contains her 1962 hits, "So Wrong" and "Imagine That," which were never released on albums before.

Track listing

1963 & 1973 LP version

Record 1

Side 1

#"Heartaches" – 2:09 (Al Hoffman, John Klenner)
#"She's Got You" – 2:58 (Hank Cochran)
#"Walkin' After Midnight" – 2:00 (Alan Block, Don Hecht)
#"Strange" – 2:12 (Fred Burch, Mel Tillis)
#"Leavin' on Your Mind" – 2:25 (Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker)
#"South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)" – 2:25 (Michael Carr, Jimmy Kennedy)

Side 2

#"Foolin' 'Round" – 2:11 (Harlan Howard, Buck Owens)
#"I Fall to Pieces" – 2:47 (Cochran, Howard)
#"A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)" – 2:34 (Milton DeLugg, Bob Hillard)
#"Tra Le La Le La Triangle" – 2:14 (Burch, Marijohn Wilkin)
#"True Love" – 2:06 (Cole Porter)
#"Imagine That" – 2:53 (Justin Tubb)

Record 2

Side 1

#"Back in Baby's Arms" – 2:03 (Bob Montgomery)
#"Crazy" – 2:41 (Willie Nelson)
#"You're Stronger Than Me" – 2:52 (Cochran, Jimmy Key)
#"Seven Lonely Days" – 2:11 (Marshall Brown, Alden Shuman, Earl Shuman)
#"Sweet Dreams (Of You)" – 2:33 (Don Gibson)
#"Your Cheatin' Heart" – 2:20 (Hank Williams)

Side 2

#"San Antonio Rose" – 2:19 (Bob Wills)
#"Why Can't He Be You" – 3:26 (Cochran)
#"The Wayward Wind" – 3:20 (Stanley Lebowsy, Herb Newman)
#"So Wrong" – 3:00 (Danny Dill, Carl Perkins, Tillis)
#"I Love You So Much it Hurts" – 2:12 (Floyd Tillman)
#"You Belong to Me" – 3:03 (Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, Redd Stewart)

1988 Reissued CD version

Song lengths remain the same on the 1988 reissue, except where noted.

Disc 1

#"Heartaches"
#"She's Got You"
#"Walkin' After Midnight" – 1:58
#"Strange"
#"Leavin' on Your Mind"
#"South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)"
#"Foolin' 'Round"
#"I Fall to Pieces" – 2:48
#"A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)"
#"Tre La Le La Le Traingle"
#"True Love"
#"Imagine That"

Disc 2

#"Back in Baby's Arms"
#"Crazy" – 2:42
#"You're Stronger Than Me"
#"Seven Lonely Days"
#"Sweet Dreams (Of You)"
#"Your Cheatin' Heart"
#"San Antonio Rose"
#"Why Can't He Be You"
#"The Wayward Wind"
#"So Wrong"
#"I Love You So Much it Hurts"
#"You Belong to Me"

Personnel

* Harold Bradley – electric bass
* Owen Bradley – producer
* Patsy Cline – vocals
* Floyd Cramer – piano
* Ray Edenton – rhythm guitar
* Hank Garland – electric guitar
* Buddy Harman – drums
* Hoyt Hawkins – background vocals
* Walter Haynes – steel guitar
* Randy Hughes – rhythm guitar
* Joe Jenkins – acoustic bass
* The Jordanaires – background vocals
* Ben Keith – steel guitar
* Douglas Kirkham – drums
* Millie Kirkham – background vocals
* Grady Martin – electric guitar
* Neal Matthews – background vocals
* Bob Moore – acoustic bass
* Bill Pursell – organ, vibraphone
* Hargus "Pig" Robbins – piano
* Gordon Stoker – background vocals
* Ray C. Walker – background vocals
* Rita Faye Wilson – autoharp

Chart positions

Album – Billboard (North America)

Singles - Billboard (North America)

References


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