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Patsy Cline - Country Music Hall Of Fame Album

Patsy Cline - Country Music Hall Of Fame Album
Country Music Hall Of Fame
Patsy Cline
MP3 album size:
2881 mb
FLAC album size:
1679 mb


1Lovesick Blues2:18
2Hidin' Out2:26
3Come On In2:02
5Ain't No Wheels On This Ship1:56
6Hungry For Love2:30
7I'm Blue Again2:07
8Today, Tomorrow, And Forever2:34
9A Church, A Courtroom, Then Goodbye3:00
10Walkin' After Midnight2:32
11I Cried All The Way To The Altar2:24
12A Stranger In My Arms2:26
13A Poor Man's Roses2:44
14The Heart You Break May Be Your Own2:28
15Life's Railway To Heaven2:53
16Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray2:14


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JS-6148Patsy Cline Country Music Hall Of Fame ‎(LP, Comp)PickwickJS-6148Canada1974
JS 6148Patsy Cline Country Music Hall Of Fame ‎(LP, Comp)HilltopJS 6148US1974


Identical to Hilltop JS 6148 release except for labels representing Pickwick instead of Hilltop.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): A-1 JS6148A TR SR11879
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): A-1 JS6148B TR SR11879


Country Music Hall Of Fame. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The most popular female country singer in recording history, Patsy Cline has achieved iconic status since her tragic early death at age thirty in 1963. Birth: September 8, 1932 - Death: March 5, 1963 Birthplace: Winchester, Virginia. Cline is frequently invoked as a standard for female vocalists, and she has inspired scores of singers including k. lang, Loretta Lynn, Linda Ronstadt, Trisha Yearwood, and Wynonna Judd. In 1973 she became the first solo female artist elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Margaret Jones. Adapted from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museums Encyclopedia of Country Music, published by Oxford University Press. Patsy Cline. The Country Hall of Fame is a 1979 compilation album consisting of the popular hit singles by country music singer and Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, Patsy Cline. It was released on MCA Records. The Country Hall of Fame was released six years after Patsy Cline had been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. It contained some of her biggest hit singles from the Decca Records label, such as I Fall to Pieces, Crazy, and She's Got You. It also contained some less familiar song, such as. Patsy Cline is a legend of American music-not just country or pop, but American music in general. She became a professional country singer in the 1950s, and went on to be one of the first to cross over to a pop audience. Cline sang country songs with a difference: her voice had a hearty tone, rich with the feeling of the blues, the sound of jazz vocalists and what Frank Sinatra referred to as saloon singers. She mixed these elements with the sounds of the Ozarks and the rural hills. Album 1999 10 Songs. Hall of Fame 1973. Country , . The Artist: Patsy Cline, Country Music Hall of Fame. Condition: All Vinyl Records are Pre-Owned unless specified otherwise. They have been inspected for any major flaws. Album covers will show some wear due to age, and therefore will not all be perfect. Please look at the Photos provided for ALBUM COVER HAS LOTS SCUFF MARKS,SPOTS, RECORD HAS BEEN PLAYED. No photos. My Vinyls will fall in the middle scale meaning they are not scratchedbeat up and plays well. See details and exclusions - Patsy Cline - Country Music Hall of Fame 1973. Buy it now. Compare similar products. You are viewing. Patsy Cline - Country Music Hall of Fame 1973 CD KNG. Trending price. Frankie Laine Sings I Believe and Other Great Hits CD Jazz Music Album. Kenny Roberts 2. Country Music Singing Sensation. Written-By Shaffer , Ellis. Love Sick Blues. Written-By Friend , Mills. Patsy Cline left us far too soon, but her songs still inspire her fans and fellow country musicians today. The legendary singer was hell-bent at carving out a music career for herself, and didnt let anything stand in her way. Patsy had her first record deal in 1954, and it wasnt exactly a raving success, according to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Though her singles werent performing on the charts, her big personality was earning her national recognition. Everything changed in 1957 when she sang Walkin After Midnight on the Arthur Godfreys Talent Scouts show, and her fame only rose fro