Patsy Cline Crazy 1961
Patsy Cline Crazy 1961
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"Patsy had incredible vocal technique," says Paul Kingsbury, a music historian at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. "She was a very powerful singer and very versatile, capable of growling or purring, vaulting octaves with ease. But beyond just the raw technique, Patsy was able to give you a window into her soul. You feel that you're hearing exactly how Patsy feels, almost as if she were a neighbor coming over for a cup of coffee and spilling her heart out to you."

"Crazy" was recorded in the summer of 1961. Patsy Cline had been in a terrible car accident, a head-on collision in which she was thrown through the windshield. She was not quite ready to go back to work when Owen Bradley scheduled the first recording session for "Crazy," but she came in to hear what Bradley had in mind for the record. He had planned a fairly complicated production for Willie Nelson's unusual piece of music.'

https://www.npr.org/2000/09/04/1081575/crazy
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Views: 185
Uploaded: 1 year ago
Duration: 02:44
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Rating: 5/5 ~ Votes: 2
Videos: 1371
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Description
"Patsy had incredible vocal technique," says Paul Kingsbury, a music historian at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. "She was a very powerful singer and very versatile, capable of growling or purring, vaulting octaves with ease. But beyond just the raw technique, Patsy was able to give you a window into her soul. You feel that you're hearing exactly how Patsy feels, almost as if she were a neighbor coming over for a cup of coffee and spilling her heart out to you."

"Crazy" was recorded in the summer of 1961. Patsy Cline had been in a terrible car accident, a head-on collision in which she was thrown through the windshield. She was not quite ready to go back to work when Owen Bradley scheduled the first recording session for "Crazy," but she came in to hear what Bradley had in mind for the record. He had planned a fairly complicated production for Willie Nelson's unusual piece of music.'

https://www.npr.org/2000/09/04/1081575/crazy
Category
Music