She's Got You (EP)
|She's Got You|
|EP by Patsy Cline|
|Released||April 20, 1962|
|Recorded||August 17, 1961 — December 17, 1961|
|Patsy Cline chronology|
She's Got You contained two new songs: the title track and "Strange." The title track was released as a single in January 1962 and was climbing the charts during the time of this EP's release. Its B-side was "Strange." The EP would serve as the temporary source of acquiring Cline's new single until the album containing it, Sentimentally Yours, would be released that August. The other two songs included on She's Got You were cuts from her 1961 album: "The Wayward Wind" and "I Love You So Much it Hurts."
The EP was released on a record and the cover photograph was taken by photographer, Hal Buksbaum.
- "The Wayward Wind" — (Stanley Lebowsky, Herb Newman) 3:15
- "I Love You So Much it Hurts" — (Floyd Tillman) 2:11
- Byron Bach — cello
- Brenton Banks — violin
- George Binkley III — violin
- Harold Bradley — 6-string electric bass
- John Bright — viola
- Cecil Brower — viola
- Patsy Cline — lead vocals
- Floyd Cramer — organ, piano
- Walter Haynes — steel guitar
- Buddy Harman — drums
- Randy Hughes — acoustic guitar
- The Jordanaires — background vocals
- Lillian Hunt — violin
- Grady Martin — electric guitar
- Bob Moore — acoustic bass
- Suzanne Parker — violin
- Bill Pursell — organ
- Hargus "Pig" Robbins — piano
- "Patsy Cline's Recording Sessions - The Decca Years". patsycline.info. Retrieved 2014-09-09.
- "She's Got You - EP". patsycline.info. Retrieved 2014-09-09.