Patsy Cline (1961 EP)
|EP by Patsy Cline|
|Released||August 14, 1961|
|Recorded||January 27, 1960 — November 16, 1960|
|Patsy Cline chronology|
This was Cline's second EP to be self-titled. The EP contained two songs Cline had recorded under her last session from Four Star Records ("There He Goes" and "Lovesick Blues") and two new songs recorded under new label, Decca Records ("I Fall to Pieces" and "Lovin' in Vain"). At the time of its release, Cline had released "I Fall to Pieces" as a single, where it had already reached #1 on the Billboard Country chart, and eventually #12 on the Pop chart. Two months prior, she had been involved in a serious automobile accident, therefore and album could not be released. Instead, Decca issued her first EP, containing "I Fall to Pieces."
The cover photograph was provided by photographer, Les Leverett.
- "Lovesick Blues" — (Cliff Friend, Irving Mills) 2:25
- "There He Goes" — (Durwood Haddock, Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson) 2:25
- Harold Bradley — 6-string electric bass
- Patsy Cline — lead vocals
- Floyd Cramer — piano
- Jimmy Day — steel guitar
- Hank Garland — electric guitar
- Buddy Harman — drums
- Randy Hughes — acoustic guitar
- The Jordanaires — background vocals
- Ben Keith — steel guitar
- Doug Kirkham — drums
- Grady Martin — electric guitar, fiddle
- Bob Moore — acoustic bass
- Hargus "Pig" Robbins — piano
- "Patsy Cline's Recording Sessions - The Four Star Years". patsycline.info. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
- "Patsy Cline's Recording Sessions - The Decca Years". patsycline.info. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
- "Patsy Cline - EP". patsycline.info. Retrieved 2009-04-24.