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Posts Tagged: Patsy Cline
Cline was a sexual diplomat as romantic
it’s as though Cline was heavy breathing the melody
her best work has a timeless quality that continues to be influential
#12 pop hit/#2 country single.
an integral part of what became known as the “Nashville sound,”
Looking at this weeks Top 10, half of them are fine by me. I can look at a chart from 20 years ago and dislike 9 of them easy.
The most misunderstood song of the 1980s but it isn’t the audiences fault, Bruce wrote a chorus which is about as huge an anthem as humanly possible: “Born in the USA, I’m a cool rocking daddy in the USA’ begs to become a national anthem and did. And his brother is still all gone – A+
As attentive readers know, the theme of this piece is great songs by different artists that share the same title. In the first article on this subject, we learned to “Walk Like a Man” with The Four Season and Bruce Springsteen (but forgot Grand Funk), we observed “Love Is All Around” from the Troggs and Joan Jett, and we were infatuated with “Starry Eyes” by The Records and Roky Erickson.
In practice it is all about the music and the ability to pull a hundred Jones albums with a click is heaven. It is a miracle of science. I am so happy and Spotify aren’t finished yet. Within five years they will be a major archival resource for George Jones recordings
But if you get right down to it “I Fall To Pieces”, is perfection