Patsy Cline's Live at the Opry CD

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Patsy Cline's Live at the Opry CD

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Live at the Opry is derived from transcript recordings Patsy Cline made between June 16, 1956 and March 23, 1962 at the Grand Ole Opry. The live album consists of twelve tracks of material and includes three of her major hits between 1957 and 1962: "Walkin' After Midnight," "I Fall To Pieces" and "Crazy." According to Allmusic reviewer Mike Henderson, Cline sings a "wide variety" of songs on the album, including Rock and Roll, Jazz, Traditional Pop and Tin Pan Alley. Included is a cover version of Carl Smith's "Loose Talk" (which Cline had never previously recorded) and Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues." The album also includes five additional songs from her years at Four Star Records, such as her debut single, "A Church, a Courtroom, and Goodbye," "There He Goes," and "How Can I Face Tomorrow."

Track Listing:
1. A Church, a Courtroom, and Then Goodbye
2. I've Loved and Lost Again
3. Walkin' After Midnight
4. Lovesick Blues
05. How Can I Face Tomorrow
6. Loose Talk
7. Crazy Dreams
8. There He Goes
9. Lovin' in Vain
10. I Fall to Pieces
11. She's Got You
12. Crazy

Lifestyle: Western
Size: 1SZ
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