Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits (1LP, 180g, 33RPM)
Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits (1LP, 180g, 33RPM)
Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits (1LP, 180g, 33RPM)
Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits (1LP, 180g, 33RPM)

Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits (1LP, 180g, 33RPM)

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1 LP, Gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press :  Quality Record Pressings 

Label :  Analogue Productions

Original Label :  Decca

Remastered by Sterling Sound

Originally released in 1967

Reissued in 2015


Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Walking After Midnight
  2. Sweet Dreams (Of You)
  3. Crazy
  4. I Fall To Pieces
  5. So Wrong
  6. Strange


Side B:

  1. Back In Baby's Arms
  2. She's Got You
  3. Faded Love
  4. Why Can't He Be You
  5. You're Stronger Than Me
  6. Leavin' On Your Mind


Reviews :

"Cline's powerful, resonant voice and her unerring, more-generic-than-Southern diction and phrasing plus her ability to express hurt and vulnerability (without inducing too much self-pity) helped her cross over during her lifetime. Those qualities have also helped assure her continued popularity fifty years after her death. ... All of that will become apparent as you play this direct connection to the recording studio reissue from Analogue Productions. ... The original master tapes were transferred to lacquer at Sterling Sound by connecting the playback deck's output directly to the lathe, thereby bypassing altogether the mixing board. The sonics are sensational, particularly in terms of transparency ... Everything from the silent 180g pressing to the "tip-on" (paper on cardboard) gatefold jacket and the center portfolio of great full color Patsy shots screams HIGH QUALITY! This reissue, from the AAA production, to the pressing and packaging quality epitomizes the purpose of the current return to vinyl." - Music = 9/11; Sound = 9/11 - Michael Fremer,

"Four years after her tragic death in a plane crash at the age of 30, Patsy Cline was still one of the best-loved female vocalists in country music, and in 1967 Decca Records, the label that released the bulk of her hits, responded with this album, a collection of 12 of her most popular songs. There isn't anything particularly artful about the way this album was compiled or designed, but Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits certainly delivers what its title promises: these were most certainly the most popular tunes Cline cut during her tenure with Decca, and everyone is a stunner, with Cline's rich, powerful voice gliding over the polished and evocative production by Owen Bradley. Cline and Bradley didn't invent "countrypolitan," but precious few artists managed to meld the sophistication of pop and the emotional honesty of country as brilliantly as this music accomplishes with seemingly effortless grace, and these songs still sound fresh and brilliantly crafted decades after the fact. This isn't the most thorough of the literally dozens of Patsy Cline collections on the market, and it isn't the best, but this was one of the first efforts to sum up her career in the years after her passing, and in 33 minutes it makes an airtight case that Cline was one of the finest and most versatile singers to ever step before a microphone." AllMusic Review by Mark Deming


Ratings :

AllMusic 4/5  ,  Discogs 4.42/5  , Michael Fremer : Music = 9/11; Sound = 9/11

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