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Patsy Cline - One Day At A Time flac album

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Performer: Patsy Cline
Title: One Day At A Time
Style: Vocal
Category: Pop / Folk, Country
Rating: 4.7 ✦

Faded Love is a compilation album released by American country music artist, Patsy Cline. The album was released in 1988 under MCA Records and was produced by Allen Reynolds and Don Williams. It was the second compilation MCA released in 1988. Faded Love is a ten-track collection of songs by Patsy Cline under her second record label, Decca Records.

Album: God On The Mountain. Genre: Christian/Gospel. One day at a time, sweet Jesus Thats all I'm asking of You Just give me the strength to do everyday What I have to do Yesterday's gone, sweet Jesus And tomorrow may never be mine Lord, help me today Show me the way One day at a time. Im only human Im just a woman Help me believe in what I could be And all that I am Show me the stairway That I have to climb.

Album Last Of A Dyin’ Breed. One Day At A Time Lyrics. Angels sing and buzzards fly Kingdoms fall and rivers rise It's all the same since a sin is a lie Some are free but we're all doing time. One day at a time smell the roses taste the wine One day at a time no stop signs or red lights That wheel keeps turning on and on, day and night No one survives ain't no use in crying What ain't dead is surely dying one day at a time

Studio album by Patsy Cline. Patsy Cline is a self-titled studio album by American country music singer, Patsy Cline, released on August 5, 1957. This was the debut album by Cline and would be one of three studio albums Cline would record during her lifetime. 1957 original LP version.

Album · 2003 · 22 Songs. Just a Closer Walk With Thee. 15. Legend of the Dogwood Tree. Stoney Cooper & Wilma Lee Cooper.

Country queen Patsy Cline missed the US album chart with her first, self-titled 1957 release, even though it contained her No. 2 country hit of that year, ‘Walkin’ After Midnight. Despite some EP releases and then the resumption of her hit career in 1961, she didn’t release a second album until towards the end of that year. Then on 31 March 1962, that disc, Patsy Cline Showcase, finally gave her a presence on the album chart. At this time, the magazine had a top 150 Monaural LPs listing (the predominant format of the day) and a top 50 Stereo LPs chart to one side. The Decca release Patsy Cline Showcase entered the mono version at No. 144. The album was an attractive proposition for Patsy’s fans, as it included both of her now-classic hits of that year, ‘I Fall To Pieces’ and ‘Crazy.

I just about wore that Patsy Cline album out over the years. Each time I played it again, it was like discovering Patsy Cline again for the first time. Then I noticed something. I wasn’t the only one still listening to Patsy Cline. In a world where singers and songs come and go and are quickly forgotten, Patsy Cline was still being played on the radio, still being honored for her music. Lots of singers covered Hank Williams’ songs, but few sang Patsy’s songs. No one could match her voice; no one could capture her emotions. She was, is, and always will be the true Queen of Country Music. Patsy Cline died tragically on this day, March 5, in 1963. She was on a return trip after a benefit concert in Kansas City, Kansas. Two other great singers were with her, Lloyd Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins.