2009. szeptember 28., hétfő

Patsy Cline - Dreaming 16 original great hits

Patsy Cline


01 - I Fall To Pieces
02 - Heartaches
03 - Crazy
04 - Tra Le La Le La Triangle
05 - Have You Ever Been Lonely
06 - There He Goes
07 - Back In Baby's Arms
08 - Faded Love
09 - Sweet Dreams
10 - Your Cheatin' Heart
11 - San Antonio Rose
12 - She's Got You
13 - Walking After Midnight
14 - Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray
15 - When You Need A Laugh
16 - Always

Tragically, Patsy Cline`s success was to be shortlived and on March 5, 1963, she perished in the plane crash that also took the lives of stalwart performers Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Patsy Cline Memorial

Hawkins. Her name, and chart records, lived on and ten years after she was afforded country music`s finest honour by gaining entrance into the Country Music Hall Of Fame.
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Sadly, Patsy Cline`s life was too short and her catalogue of recordings too small, but the legend was estabilishes and, over the years, her material has always continued to sell and attract new fans. Then, in 1985, she became the focus of attention of a brand new generation with the release of the biographical motion picture "Sweet Dreams", in which Jessica Lange gave a vivid portrayal of the tempestuous singer. The soundtrack album become an instant best seller which led to a complete revival of the singer`s recordings. In 1987 Patsy Cline was back in the pop charts with the Willie Nelson song "Crazy", a quarter of a century after she first delighted local audiences. *
(Tony Byworth, 1988)


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* On one of the darkest days in country music history, a private plane carrying Opry stars Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins, and Patsy Cline, as well as Cline’s manager Randy Hughes, crashed near Camden, Tennessee, killing all on board. They were returning from Kansas City, where they had taken part in a benefit concert for the family of Cactus Jack Call who had died in an automobile accident. Hawkshaw Hawkins was married to Jean Shepard who is still a regular performer on the Opry.

Cline’s musical legacy is well known, but Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins are unfamiliar names to many people today. *
Patsy Cline Memorial

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