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Patty Loveless to release alternative tracks

Friday, November 7, 2008 – Patty Loveless fans waited three years for a new record her - the covers disc, "Sleepless Nights," which dropped in September. Loveless whittled a list of more than 500 classics to 14.

But a few more are on the way because Loveless will release two additional takes on tracks across digital music stores on Dec. 2. Both will be alternative mixes of songs from the first digital release of Sleepless Nights - Color of the Blues, from George Jones and If Teardrops Were Pennies, from Kitty Wells, Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner.

iTunes will offer the music video for Crazy Arms in addition to the two new tracks.


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CD review - Mountain Soul II Patty Loveless' first venture into bluegrass, "Mountain Soul," along with a performance slot on the popular Down From the Mountain tour in 2001, helped Loveless to find a spotlight of her own in bluegrass. Eight years later, Loveless lends her still supple voice to a blend of bluegrass songs, traditional gospel tunes and even several self-penned songs, with solid, if not superb, results. Loveless' voice occasionally shows signs of age here, but that very element brings a ...
CD review - Sleepless Nights Quite simply, Patty Loveless is one of the finest traditional country singers in the past 15 years, and this covers collection that sometimes goes way back in time on a new label does nothing to dispel that fact one iota. She may be in middle age - and perhaps considered "old" by modern radio standards - but no need to worry about quality. The voice still reigns supreme. She wrings the lyrics for much emotion without overdoing it ("why did you go/don't you know I need ...
CD review - Dreamin' My Dreams Patty Loveless hit her peak popularity well over a decade ago now, with hits like "Timber, I'm Falling in Love" and "I Try to Think About Elvis." But in recent years, she's quietly recorded some of her best music, turning to bluegrass on "Mountain Soul" and now returning to more standard country fare. Loveless' success has been based on two factors. First is incredible song selection - Loveless and her husband/producer Emory Gordy Jr. have a knack for finding songs that express the joy and pain ...


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