Sunday, August 24, 2008

Please Help Me I'm Falling

Patty Loveless (wiki) does an old Hank Locklin favorite for her new CD. This is dedicated to all us old farts who remember country music.

Heckuva writeup too.

...the pure, lonesome tenor from the Appalachian siren of modern country,'''

[...] Hailed by People magazine as"equal parts Linda Ronstadt and Patsy Cline" when her two-million-selling Only What I Feel was released, Loveless has always believed in honoring her upbringing. Born in rural eastern Kentucky to a coal mining father who loved bluegrass, Patty followed her roots all the way to the Opry stage after first catching the ear of Porter Wagoner when she was only 13. She released her self-titled debut in 1987 and has never looked back.

Thanks to TheGigante for letting us grab this one pre-release instead of disabling the embed like the big record companies do. Smart.

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