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Tractor Talk Discussion Forum

OT: Patsy Cline

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Dean

08-10-2018 11:23:23




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Folks, I'm a big fan of Patsy Cline. Indeed, Patsy is my favorite female C & W singer, not to mention her blockbuster cross over hits.

Just Out Of Reach, linked below, is not my most favorite Patsy Cline song. She's Got You is.

I've posted this Patsy Cline song because it is a bit obscure and, perhaps, not familiar to some of you.

FWIW: Patsy's version of this song is not my favorite version. The Lennon Sisters version is. I'll link it below.

Dean

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welding man

08-11-2018 05:42:27




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Dean I have a friend that sings and has made several CD's. She sang in Nashville at the Ryman Auditorium for a Patsy Cline tribute. If you hear her you will think Patsy is alive. I would be glad to send you one if you desire.



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Elton fancher

08-10-2018 20:50:00




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
I really do love Patsy probably dead before you but amazing. Why cant you let the dead go.



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WayneLee

08-10-2018 19:13:58




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Walkin after midnight is my favorite Patsy song



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Hay hay hay

08-10-2018 18:21:33




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
I bet few would have thought that 50 years later we would be debating which was her greatest hit.
She was special.



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Guido

08-10-2018 17:46:39




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Hello dean,

I have all my 45's to my son for his juke box, but I bet you I can come up with a 78 of two,

Guido.



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SweetFeet

08-10-2018 17:23:54




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Love, love, love Patsy Cline! Have several of her songs in my "Twangy Country" playlist. :)

Thanks for the reminder of her... think I'll list-in tomorrow while I'm working at home.

Crazy
I Fall to Pieces
Walkin' After Midnight
She's Got You
Faded Love
Why Can't He Be You



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Hay hay hay

08-10-2018 18:16:12




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to SweetFeet, 08-10-2018 17:23:54  
My favorites too. She was so talented.



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perplexed

08-10-2018 16:46:11




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Perhaps you might enjoy listening to Jim Reeves's version of this song. I think I would rate him as my all around favorite.



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wildcat445

08-10-2018 16:01:55




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
The piano was played by Frank Scott. Kathy Lennon was the soloist of the group for a good reason. Given the right material and promotion, Kathy could have given Connie Francis a run for her money. The Patsy Cline version is hard to beat.



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rvirgil_KS

08-10-2018 15:52:13




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
I listened to Patsy Cline and Lennon Sisters.

Patsy sings "my two open arms"

Lennons (and a couple others I found) sing "my two empty arms"

I assume Patsy version was original, although having lived through the day the song brought back memories and I remember the lyrics as "empty"

Either way same meaning and a good memory from decades ago that seem like yesterday.



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Dean

08-10-2018 18:33:43




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to rvirgil_KS, 08-10-2018 15:52:13  
Solomon Burke recorded it in 1961.

Faron Young recorded it in 1952.

Dean



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jim buford

08-10-2018 13:58:13




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
She was killed in a plane crash near where I live in Western TN. They have a monument at the site.



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James Howell

08-10-2018 13:30:26




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Would have to say that "Crazy" is my favorite.

"Sweet Dreams" is another good one.

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olgentdc

08-10-2018 16:44:48




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to James Howell, 08-10-2018 13:30:26  
i LOVE patsy Cline .She Godmothered Loretta and many others along in the music biz.As good as Patsy does this song ,. possibly in 1977 Emmy Lou Harris did it better . She sounded angelic coming over those Matrix Quad speakers . or maybe it was the company i had in the backseat under a blanket . I got 4 Beautiful children from that gal .



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larry@stinescorner

08-11-2018 09:58:38




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to olgentdc, 08-10-2018 16:44:48  
sounds like you found paradise by the dashboard light? lol



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Crazy Horse

08-10-2018 15:17:07




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to James Howell, 08-10-2018 13:30:26  
Oh, CRAZY the song ..... not CRAZY HORSE !



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Billy Shafer

08-10-2018 13:57:47




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to James Howell, 08-10-2018 13:30:26  
My parents raised all us kids on that song. They loved it. We had all her records.



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larry@stinescorner

08-10-2018 12:45:50




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
Heres one I Tried to play



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Dean

08-10-2018 11:33:30




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 Re: OT: Patsy Cline in reply to Dean, 08-10-2018 11:23:23  
As promised, here's my favorite version of Just Out Of Reach.

That background piano is haunting.

Dean



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