Definitive Collection

Definitive Collection

by Patsy Cline
     
 

All things considered, The Definitive Collection is an excellent single-disc sampler of Patsy Cline. One could easily point out that there have been a lot of Patsy Cline compilations, many of them in print on the day this one was released, and validly ask just why the world (or even the U.S.) needs another one. From Universal's point of view, there remained anSee more details below

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All things considered, The Definitive Collection is an excellent single-disc sampler of Patsy Cline. One could easily point out that there have been a lot of Patsy Cline compilations, many of them in print on the day this one was released, and validly ask just why the world (or even the U.S.) needs another one. From Universal's point of view, there remained an unfilled niche in the marketplace for a full-length CD compilation selling for more than the short discount albums but less than the multi-disc sets. That is where The Definitive Collection, with its 22 tracks, selling for a mere $14.99, comes in. The track list, sequenced in roughly chronological order, presents all 14 of Cline's country chart hits, among them "Walkin' After Midnight" (heard here in the original hit recording, not the re-recording found on Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits), "I Fall to Pieces," "Crazy," and "She's Got You." The eight additional tracks have been judiciously selected and include two songs that made the pop, but not the country, singles charts ("Heartaches" and "Strange"); two B-sides written by noteworthy country artists (Hank Cochran's "Why Can't He Be You," and Bob Montgomery's "Back in Baby's Arms"); and a handful of pop and country standards (Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues" and "Half as Much," the Bing Crosby/Grace Kelly hit "True Love," written by Cole Porter, and Bob Wills' "San Antonio Rose"). The result is a well-rounded 58-plus minutes of Cline (about one-fifth of her total recorded output) that presents the highlights of her career. True, a few more tracks could have fit on the CD, but then the publishing royalties might have necessitated a higher price.

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Product Details

Release Date:
06/22/2004
Label:
Mca Nashville
UPC:
0602498614907
catalogNumber:
000179102
Rank:
3369

Tracks

  1. Walkin' After Midnight  - Patsy Cline
  2. A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)  - Patsy Cline
  3. Lovesick Blues  - Patsy Cline
  4. I Fall to Pieces  - Patsy Cline
  5. True Love  - Patsy Cline
  6. San Antonio Rose  - Patsy Cline
  7. Crazy  - Patsy Cline
  8. Strange  - Patsy Cline
  9. She's Got You  - Patsy Cline
  10. Heartaches  - Patsy Cline
  11. Half as Much  - Patsy Cline
  12. When I Get Thru With You (You'll Love Me Too)  - Patsy Cline
  13. Imagine That  - Patsy Cline
  14. So Wrong  - Patsy Cline
  15. Why Can't He Be You  - Patsy Cline
  16. Leavin' on Your Mind  - Patsy Cline
  17. When You Need a Laugh  - Patsy Cline
  18. Back in Baby's Arms  - Patsy Cline
  19. Faded Love  - Patsy Cline
  20. Always  - Patsy Cline
  21. He Called Me Baby  - Patsy Cline
  22. Sweet Dreams (Of You)  - Patsy Cline

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Patsy Cline   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Don Gibson   Composer
Willie Nelson   Composer
Mel Tillis   Composer
Irving Berlin   Composer
Carl Perkins   Composer
Irving Mills   Composer
Justin Tubb   Composer
Owen Bradley   Producer
Hank Cochran   Composer
Cliff Friend   Composer
Bob Hilliard   Composer
Harlan Howard   Composer
Webb Pierce   Composer
Cole Porter   Composer
Wayne Walker   Composer
Curley Williams   Composer
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys   Composer
Milton DeLugg   Composer
Alan Block   Composer
Danny Dill   Composer
Bobby Montgomery   Composer
Bud Scoppa   Liner Notes
John Wills   Composer
Hoffman   Composer
Don Hecht   Composer
John Klenner   Composer
Fred Burch   Composer

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