Patsy Cline (1962 EP)
|EP by Patsy Cline|
|Released||January 29, 1962|
|Recorded||August 21, 1961 — August 25, 1961|
|Patsy Cline chronology|
This was Cline's third extended play album to be self-titled. The EP consisted of four songs Cline had recorded since her near-fatal automobile accident in June. The first side of the record contained her single from late 1961, "Crazy" and a cover of Buck Owens' "Foolin' Around." The flip side contained "Who Can I Count on" (the original B-side the "Crazy" single) and a cover version of "South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)." When the EP was released in early 1962, "Crazy" had already become a major country-pop crossover hit, peaking at #2 on the Hot Country Songs chart and #9 on the Billboard Hot 100. All of the songs included on this EP were also released on Cline's album released in late 1961, Patsy Cline Showcase.
The cover photograph was taken by photographer Les Leverett.
- "Who Can I Count on" — (Sammy Masters) 2:14
- "South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)" — (Michael Carr, Jimmy Kennedy) 2:25
- Harold Bradley — 6-string electric bass
- Owen Bradley — organ
- Patsy Cline — lead vocals
- Floyd Cramer — piano
- Buddy Harman — drums
- Walter Haynes — steel guitar
- Randy Hughes — acoustic guitar
- The Jordanaires — background vocals
- Grady Martin — electric guitar
- Bob Moore — acoustic bass
- Hargus "Pig" Robbins — piano
- "Patsy Cline's Recording Sessions - The Decca Years". patsy cline.info. Retrieved 2009-04-25.
- "Patsy Cline - EP". patsy cline.info. Retrieved 2009-04-25.