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I Went To Your Wedding - Patti Page - Tennessee Waltz (CD)

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  1. Listen online to Patti Page - Tennessee Waltz and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  2. Tennessee Waltz: 2: Mockin' Bird Hill: 3: Mister And Mississippi: 4: Detour: 5: I Went To Your Wedding: 6: Why Don't You Believe Me? 7: How Much Is that Doggie In The Window: 8: Changing Partners: 9: Cross Over The Bridge: Let Me Go Lover: Allegheny Moon: Old Cape Cod.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Patti Page - The Tennessee Waltz / I Went To Your Wedding at Discogs. Complete your Patti Page collection.1/5(1).
  4. She is the best-selling female artist of the s and was among the first to cross over from country music to pop. Her recording career spans the years to Page continued to perform live up until her death at She was billed as "The Singing Rage, Miss Patti Page".
  5. Many of Page's most successful hits featured a country music arrangement, including her signature song, "Tennessee Waltz", as well as "I Went to Your Wedding" and "Changing Partners". Some of these singles charted on the Billboard Country Chart during the s, s, and early s.
  6. This is just one of Patti's numerous excellent albums. "Tennessee Waltz" shines bright when Patti sings it; she owns this song and she makes it memorable with her sophisticated phrasing, her impeccable sense of timing and excellent diction. "Changing Partners" is easy on the ear and Patti never lets go of a single superfluous note/5(7).
  7. The best-selling female singer during the s, Patti Page in many ways defined the decade of earnest, novelty-ridden adult pop with throwaway hits like "The Doggie in the Window" and "I Went to Your Wedding." By singing a wide range of popular material and her own share of novelty fluff, she proved easily susceptible to the fall of classic adult pop but remained a chart force into the mid-'60s.

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