What Patsy Cline did in eight short years is nothing but remarkable. Over the course of one-hundred-and-two recordings, she created a catalog that continues to inspire fans of multiple musical formats all over the world. But, in a sense, those numbers are only partially correct. During the first five years of her career, she was signed to Four Star Records, and was obligated to record songs that were tied to the label's owner, Bill McCall. In the case of "Walkin' After Midnight" -- which received a national boost from Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, she was able to hit big. But, there would be no follow-up hits for Cline on the label.
Patsy Cline: ‘So Wrong’ And Yet So Right With Penultimate Hit
Patsy Cline — was an American country singer who recorded about songs during her career from through Cline has often been called one of the most influential vocalists, mostly due to the vocal delivery of her material. During her eight-year career, Cline recorded a total of songs. This consisted of tracks recorded with her first label, Four Star , and tracks recorded with her second label, Decca. This period included "Walkin' After Midnight", which has been considered among her higher-quality material for the label. Signing with Decca Records in allowed Cline more collaborative opportunities with producer Owen Bradley. Bradley would be responsible for framing her Nashville Sound musical style that would continue until her death.
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