[78-L] Patti Page

Robert M. Bratcher Jr. rbratcherjr at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 2 16:49:26 PST 2013

Oh God I could listen to Pattie Page sing all day whether on 78 RPM 45 RPM or even  on an LP record as I really like her singing.

>From: Cary Ginell <soundthink at live.com>
>To: "78-l at klickitat.78online.com" <78-l at klickitat.78online.com> 
>Sent: Wednesday, January 2, 2013 5:38 PM
>Subject: Re: [78-L] Patti Page
>I have a version of "Silver Bells" that she recorded in 2002. It was on a country radio sampler CD, so I don't have the original label in my database. Would have to scrounge up the CD if anyone is interested. No doubt it was a tiny Nashville-based label. That's how those things usually worked with over-the-hill artists. They almost never got back with a major label.
>Cary Ginell
>> From: kil at roadrunner.com
>> To: 78-l at klickitat.78online.com
>> Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2013 17:59:44 -0500
>> Subject: Re: [78-L] Patti Page
>> MY MAN FRIDAY by PP on Plantation 208 made the Billboard Country Chart in 
>> 1982.
>> RayK
>> >
>> From: Royal Pemberton
>> Even into the 1970s she was still recording.  (In fact her 1970 album
>> HONEY, COME BACK bears the catalogue number CS 9999.)
>> >
>> Donna Halper  wrote:
>> > Just heard that Patti Page died at age 85.  My recollection is she was
>> > recording in the post-78 era... my parents really loved a lot of her
>> > songs in the 1950s.

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