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Remembering Patsy Cline

  • 1. I Fall to Pieces - Natalie Cole
    2. Why Can't He Be You - Norah Jones
    3. Back in Baby's Arms - Amy Grant
    4. Crazy - Diana Krall
    5. Strange - Michelle Branch
    6. She's Got You - Lee Ann Womack
    7. Leavin' on Your Mind - k.d. lang
    8. Walkin' After Midnight - Terri Clark
    9. You're Stronger Than Me - Rebecca Lynn Howard
    10. Faded Love - Patty Griffin
    11. So Wrong - Jessie Alexander
    12. Sweet Dreams (Of You) - Martina McBride/Take 6
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 170297

  • Credits
    EngineerDavid Buchanan; John McBride; Elliot Scheiner; Gary Paczosa; Greg Droman; Jay Newland; Joe Chiccarelli; Steve Bishir; Steve Marcantonio; Aya Takemura; Bernard Matthews

    Compilation producers: Bruce Hinton, Mark Wright.
    Includes liner notes by Paul Klingsbury.
    Digitally remastered using HDCD technology.
    Personnel: Terri Clark (vocals, acoustic guitar); Diana Krall, Norah Jones (vocals, piano); Rebecca Lynn Howard (vocals, background vocals); Jessie Alexander, k.d. lang, Lee Ann Womack, Martina McBride, Michelle Branch, Amy Grant, Patty Griffin, Natalie Cole (vocals); Doug Lancio, Adam Levy , Gray Sargent, Mark Goldenberg (guitar); Andy Reiss (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Greg Kaczor, Michael Spriggs, Richard Bennett , B. James Lowry, Bryan Sutton (acoustic guitar); Craig Young , David Buchanan , Kenny Greenberg, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Kevin Post (slide guitar, steel guitar); Dan Dugmore, Greg Leisz, Johnny Cox, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Jene Keener, Hoot Hester, Kenny Sears (fiddle); Brian Standefer (cello); Abe Appleman, Barry Finclair, Connie Ellisor, Maura Giannini, Ellen Payne, Marti Sweet, Ellen Westerman, Narcisco Figueroa, Nardo Poy, John Catchings, The Nashville String Machine, Elena Barere, Jim Grosjean, Anthony LaMarchina, Jeanne LeBlanc, Vince Lionti, Richard Locker, Peter Winograd, Kris Wilkinson, Pamela Sixfin, David Davidson , David Angell, Avril Brown, Jan Mullen (strings); Mindy Kaufman, Pamela Sklar (flute); Jeffrey Taylor (accordion, piano); Julie Landsman, Jeff Lang , Joe Anderer, Stewart Rose (French horn); Greg Wells (piano, chamberlin, drums); Gary Prim, Teddy Borowiecki, Tony Harrell (piano); Steve Nathan (organ, keyboards); Sam Yahel (organ); Rob Mounsey (keyboards, background vocals); Michael Ramos, Jebin Bruni (keyboards); David Piltch (acoustic bass); Jeff Ross (electric bass); Mark Horn, Greg Morrow, Chuck Fields, Jeff Hamilton , Clayton Cameron, Andrew Borger, Shannon Forrest, Chad Cromwell, Rick Vanaugh (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Lisa Cochran, Marabeth Jordan, Mark Kibble, Andrea Zonn, Take 6, Vicki Hampton, Vince Gill, Bergen White, Kim Fleming (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: John McBride ; Elliot Scheiner; Gary Paczosa; Greg Droman; Jay Newland; Joe Chiccarelli; John VanNest; k.d. lang; Steve Bishir.
    Liner Note Author: Paul Kingsbury.
    Recording information: Avatar Studios, New York, NY; Blackbird Studio, Nashville, TN; Cedar Creek Studio, Austin, TX; Doghouse, Nashville, TN; East Iris Studio, Nashville, TN; Emerald's The Tracking Room, Nashville, TN; Ocean Way Nashville, Nashville, TN; Omnisound Recording, Nashville, TN; Rocket Carousel Studio, Culver City, CA; Sear Sound Studio, New York, NY; Sound Kitchen, Nashville, TN; Station West, Nashville, TN; Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA; The Castle, Nashville, TN.
    A tribute to one of the premier female country artists of the 20th century surely seems a natural for contemporary country singers like Martina McBride, Terri Clark, and Lee Ann Womack. When you stop to recall that Patsy Cline was, in fact, most famous for bridging the gap between country and pop, the presence of Norah Jones, Natalie Cole, and Michelle Branch makes just as much sense. It's no shock that Jones and Diana Krall jazz it up in properly torchy fashion on "Why Can't He Be You" and "Crazy," respectively. But it's k.d. lang who pulls off a neat trick by stealing the show from them with a jazz-inflected treatment of "Leavin' on Your Mind." While most of the country girls on REMEMBERING PATSY CLINE keep things expectedly earthy, it's Martina McBride who takes it the furthest afield with her album-closing a cappella "Sweet Dreams (Of You)," where her voice is supported only by some complex, Take 6-style vocal harmonies.

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