8.Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)
9.South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way)
11.I Love You So Much It Hurts
13.Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
14.She's Got You
16.Your Cheatin' Heart
Tracks on Disc 2:
3.Half As Much
4.When I Get Thru With You (You'll Love Me Too)
6.When You Need A Laugh
7.Why Can't He Be You
8.Back In Baby's Arms
9.Leavin' On Your Mind
11.Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)
12.Blue Moon Of Kentucky
14.He Called Me Baby
16.Sweet Dreams (Of You)
Liner Note Author: Robyn Flans.
Recording information: 11/08/1956-02/07/1963.
Photographer: Les Leverett.
Does the world really need another Patsy Cline collection? It's a reasonable question, given how many are out there and how many feature the same material, and Gold in particular pushes the boundaries of the question, since the same two-disc set was previously released in 2000 with a different cover under the title The Ultimate Collection. Fortunately, Universal at least had the good sense to recycle one of their best Patsy Cline compilations; Gold's 32 tracks make for a broader view of Cline's career than the longtime favorite 12 Greatest Hits, but avoids the clutter of their four-disc box set, and the sequence gives this material a welcome sense of stylistic ebb and flow. (The new cover is also a lot more flattering than the slapdash artwork for The Ultimate Collection.) Most folks who already have a solid Patsy Cline collection aren't going to need this, but for those looking for a solid collection of great music from one of the finest vocalists of her generation, Gold is all the Patsy Cline most fans will ever need. ~ Mark Deming