Today, Tomorrow, and Forever (Patsy Cline album)

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Today, Tomorrow, and Forever
Compilation album by Patsy Cline
Released 1985
Recorded June 1, 1955 – January 9, 1959
Genre Country
Label MCA Records
Producer Owen Bradley
Patsy Cline chronology
Remembering Patsy Cline & Jim Reeves
Today, Tomorrow, and Forever
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

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).[2]

Try Again was written by Bob Summers and Jerry Le Fors and originally released by Patsy Cline on May 27, 1957.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1:

  1. "Today, Tomorrow, and Forever" — 2:34
  2. "Love, Love, Love Me Honey Do" — 2:04
  3. "I Can See an Angel" — 2:20
  4. "Let the Teardrops Fall" — 2:23
  5. "I've Loved and Lost Again" — 2:31
  6. "Honky Tonk Merry Go Round" — 2:20

Side 2:

  1. "I'm Blue Again" — 2:08
  2. "If I Could Only Stay Asleep" — 2:36
  3. "I Love You Honey" — 2:16
  4. "Try Again" — 1:56
  5. "I'm Moving Along" — 2:06
  6. "Gotta Lot of Rhythm in My Soul" — 2:21


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Today, Tomorrow, and Forever profile". Patsy Retrieved 2008-12-17.