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Patsy Cline - Greatest Hits


Analogue Productions



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AAPP 74854-45
UPC: 753088485473
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 200 Gram

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180 Gram Vinyl Record

200-gram, 45 RPM vinyl pressing by Quality Record Pressings!

Now presented in an upgraded, deluxe tip-on gatefold jacket with Patsy's timeless classics spread across four sides!

Cut by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound directly from the original master tape. This was a straight transfer, bypassing the console altogether. There was no EQ of any kind. A true direct transfer, using a VMS 80, the most sophisticated lathe. You're hearing the master tape!

Reviewer Michael Fremer says of the 33 1/3 RPM version: "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 200g 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, To read Fremer's full review, click here:

What praises haven't been lauded the immortal singing talent of the late, great Patsy Cline? She died at the height of her career, at age 30, with two other stars of the Grand Ole Opry, and her manager, in a private plane crash near Camden, Tennessee, on the group's return to Nashville from Kansas City. Before that ill-fated flight, though, she left a musical legacy as one of the most influential and successful female vocalists of the 20th Century.

In the late 1950s and the '60s, country music was essentially a singles medium. This album, first released in 1967, collects a dozen of Patsy's biggest hits — all of them from the country singles market — including "Walkin' After Midnight," "Sweet Dreams (Of You)," "Crazy," and "I Fall to Pieces."

Producer Owen Bradley surrounds Cline's full-throated, emotionally charged vocals with lush, sophisticated arrangements that set the standard for Nashville's "countrypolitan" sound. And trust us, on this 200-gram QRP pressing, mastered by Sterling Sound, Cline's seductive vocals have never sounded clearer or richer. And the packaging on this release is as deluxe as the audio. Analogue Productions has reissued this classic LP in a new deluxe tip-on gatefold jacket. Inside you'll enjoy a spread of vivid color studio publicity shots of Patsy, courtesy of the Universal Music Archives.

Cline's life and career has been the subject of numerous books, movies, documentaries, articles and stage plays. She has sold millions of albums through the past 50 years, giving her an iconic fan status, similar to that of country artists such as Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton. In 1992, the U.S. Postal Service honored her, along with Hank Williams, on a U.S. postage stamp. And in 1995 she was honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Cline was also honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1999.

Before Shania Twain found a new (though not necessarily improved) way to combine country and pop in the 1990s, this was the top-selling country album of all time by a female artist. 






Side 1
1. Walking After Midnight
2. Sweet Dreams (Of You)
3. Crazy

Side 2
4. I Fall To Pieces
5. So Wrong
6. Strange

Side 3
7. Back In Baby’s Arms
8. She’s Got You
9. Faded Love

Side 4
10. Why Can’t He Be You
11. You’re Stronger Than Me
12. Leavin’ On Your Mind

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 5 person(s) rated this product.


posted on 05/25/2024
5 Stars
Reviewer: Robert Girten III
Sonically superb! Her voice has always been incredible....but the space in between the 45 r.p.m grooves definitely adds any of whatever was missing in any other version. Nice dead flat heavy gorgeous black vinyl...a pleasure to feel the quality just placing it on the turntable. Patsy hurls her voice out of the speakers...and it seemingly floats like a soft feather into your ears...Absolutely must have fantastic Album.

Holy crap

posted on 03/06/2022
5 Stars
Reviewer: Phil
I'm listening to this for the first time with my only frame of reference being the digital release. It's as though I'm not listening to the same recording at all - no hyperbole.

For one thing, if you think about ADSR the A on the kicks is perceptible and clearer than the alternative. The backup singers are better represented. Same with the 2nd guitar.

Just awsom

posted on 03/06/2017
5 Stars
Reviewer: Peter Krogh

Goose Bumps

posted on 05/10/2016
5 Stars
Reviewer: Steve C.
This was an unexpected treat. Her voice is just pulsating. It's all good. The background vocals are stunning. Wonderful album

Beats the 33 RPM

posted on 09/12/2015
5 Stars
Compared to the 33 RPM, the 45 has that little bit extra separation and refinement. If you love these songs, you'll want this record!

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