Today, Tomorrow, and Forever is an album released after Patsy Cline's death in 1963. Many albums were released following Cline's death, and this one was not the first.
This album showed a handful of songs recorded from 50s sessions working under the record company Four Star Records. It includes her lesser-known material from the label, including the title track, "Let the Teadrops Fall," and "I Love You Honey." The album contained both stereo and monophonic recordings. It was issued on a CD in 1988. The album was produced by Cline's original producer at Decca Records, Owen Bradley Also released on Pickwick sub label "Hilltop" records & contains original version of Walkin' After Midnight (with different artwork on cover).
Try Again was written by Bob Summers and Jerry Le Fors and originally released by Patsy Cline on May 27, 1957.