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"Loretta Lynn – I Remember Patsy". "Loretta's Recording Sess". After topping the country albums chart again with Somebody Somewhere (1976), Lynn released a tribute album dedicated to her friend and mentor Patsy Cline, I Remember Patsy (1977). Lynn entered the 1980s with the studio album Loretta (1980), which became her first release to chart on the Canadian RPM Country Albums survey.
Label Variation: Similar to Loretta Lynn - I Remember Patsy except fonts and line spacing are different. Labels have the wrong sides listed (. label on "Side 1" lists tracks sleeve lists for Side 2 and vice-versa). Tracks B1, B3, B5 & A1 - Tree Publishing C. Inc. Track B2 - Four Star Music C. Track B4 - Belinda Music Inc. Track A2 - Acuff-Rose Publications, Inc. Track A3 - Talmont Music, Inc. Track A4 - Cedarwood Publishing C.
I Remember Patsy is the twenty sixth studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn Track listing.
Full Circle is the forty-third solo studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn. It was released on March 4, 2016, by Sony Legacy. It was produced by Lynn's daughter, Patsy Lynn Russell, and John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
I Remember Patsy (1977). Album by Loretta Lynn. Back in Baby's Arms by Patsy Cline (1963).
Loretta Lynn albums discography. The discography of American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn includes sixty studio albums (consisting of forty-six solo studio albums, ten studio albums with Conway Twitty, three studio albums with Ernest Tubb and one studio album with Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette), two live albums, twenty-six compilation albums, five video albums and two box sets.
David McGee's Most Recent Stories. Platinum: A Life In Music. Bruce Springsteen Reclaims the Future. As Cline’s friend in fact as well as in spirit, and more importantly, as her direct musical descendant, Loretta Lynn has fashioned a near-perfect tribute album - one that stands with Merle Haggard’s recorded tribute to Bob Wills as a preeminent example of its kind. For openers, the material is impeccably chosen. Unlike, say, Buddy Holly, Cline’s best songs were hits, as are all but two of the songs included here.