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✨✧ Patsy Cline20 Golden Pieces Of Patsy Cline ... LP
Bulldog, 1991. Very Good ... $1.99
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✨✧ Patsy ClinePatsy Cline's Greatest Hits ... LP
MCA, Mid/Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
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(80s pressing.)
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Porter WagonerRCA Country Legends – Porter Wagoner ... CD
BMG Heritage, 1950s/1960s. Used ... $4.99
Porter Wagoner's public persona was pretty darn goofy through much of his career – at this point he may be better remembered by boomers for his loud, rhinestone-studded costumes he wore on his long running television show. But all the shtick in the world can't bury a good song – just ask a Buck Owens fan – and Porter's gleaming countrypolitan gems hold up quite nicely. As with the other RCA Country Legends titles the package includes excellent liner notes and photos – and provides a great, sort of second layer of depth for folks looking for strong stuff and who started their new interest in classic country with Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, or Patsy Cline. If you've perused our Now Sound section over the years and might like a little twang in your 60s pop, you could do a lot worse than Porter! 16 tracks including "Company's Comin'", "A Satisfied Mind", "A Good Time Was Had By All", "Midnight", "Misery Loves Company", "Cold Dark Waters", "Legend Of The Big Steeple", the eternally great "Green, Green Grass Of Home", "Everything She Touches Gets The Blues", "Howdy Neighbor Howdy" and "The Life Of The Party". CD
(Tray card has a cutout hole. Out of print.)

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✨✧ Dottie WestHere Comes My Baby/Dottie West Sings ... CD
RCA/Morello (UK), 1965/1966. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Pair of albums from Dottie West – back to back on a single CD! First up is Here Comes My Baby – a 60s classic from singer Dottie West, a country artist who almost seems a direct heir to Patsy Cline with her blue-tinged style on the set! Most tracks move in a slow-stepping pace – perfect Chet Atkins production, with heavenly arrangements from Anita Kerr – whose backing vocal group seems to be a fantastic fit for Dottie – really lifting her voice to the heavens on waves of blue! Titles include "Night Life", "Here Comes My Baby", "Mama Kiss The Hurt Away", "Take Me As I Am", "All The World Is Lonely Now", and "I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair". Next up is Dottie West Sings – beautiful blue-tinged work from Dottie – one of the more weepy-eyed country singers of the 60s – and definitely one who's got a different vibe than some of the more badass female talents to emerge in country a few years later! The set's got the slow-loping groove you'd expect from RCA in the 60s – warm, airy production from Chet Atkins – nicely isolated piano or guitar parts, and a gentle flow to the arrangements that allow West to get melancholy on the lyrics, yet never sound too emotionally overindulgent. Titles include "It Just Takes Practice", "No Sign Of Living", "Happiness Lives Next Door", "Gettin Married Has Made Us Strangers", "You're The Only World I KNow", and "When Two Worlds Collide". CD

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