Ray Walker; John W ; Rumble
|注意：||Interview has been transcribed.
Interview conducted in Nashville, Tennessee.
|描述：||2 sound discs (1 hour, 58 minutes) 2 sound cassettes (1 hour, 58 minutes)|
|责任：||interview conducted by John W. Rumble.|
Quartet singer Ray Walker, member of the Jordanaires, recalls the group's association with Patsy Cline. Discussion includes memories of the "I Fall to Pieces" recording session; comments on Owen Bradley as a producer and his work with Patsy; Patsy's combination of heart, soul, and voice; comments on her association with Four Star; comments on Patsy's recording sessions for "Crazy" and "Faded Love"; memories of her Grand Ole Opry appearance a few weeks before her death; description of a typical Owen Bradley-Patsy Cline recording session; Patsy's contributions to the field of music; comments on different recordings from a discography of Patsy's work; Patsy's career at the time of her death; the importance of Owen Bradley to Patsy's career; the enduring popularity of Patsy's recordings; Patsy's view of her fame and success; and comments on the work of the Jordanaires.