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With an emphasis on rhythm and rocking guitar work, the song is a major departure from weepers like "I Cried All the Way to the Alter" and "A Church, a Courtroom and then Goodbye. Cohen and his label clearly understood Patsy's potential for tackling other genres outside of the traditional country format. They must have been confident it was a style she could pull off and recording her this way was a gamble they were willing to take.
The results are convincing; although an "about face" in marketing Patsy this way would be a challenge. In the same vein as her previous unsuccessful ballads, I've always wanted to love this song. And I just can't get into it. Patsy is very much constricted to the beat and the arrangement is old fashioned. Though her phrasing hints at her later mastery, the overall results are lack luster. She would go on to promote this song heavily onstage and on TV through and When performing the song on the Opry in Summer , she changed a line in the song from "They say you're out of style, unless you've 'had' three or four" to "They say you're out of style, unless you've lost one or more".
Obviously, this change was at the request of the tight-ass Opry management. Although Patsy had experience singing spiritual songs on stage, "Dear God" would be her first on record. It is a heartfelt performance. And while the production and lyrics are anything but groundbreaking, the performance shines. In fact, it should be considered as the most emotive of any performance Patsy had given on record up to this point. An underrated Cline classic. A heartfelt performance where Patsy is very much restricted in her phrasing, the results are not as successful as "Dear God" but aren't entirely terrible.
Overall, the session covered the spectrum- traditional country, gospel and rock, all in one session. The presence of multiple styles and genres in a single session would be a recurring theme.
EasterEverywhere , Kkfan ,. This performance signals the beginning of Decca's uncertainty with respect to Patsy's artistic direction, a saga that would endure for the next four years.
The song is a litmus test for listeners - "let's try this, but carefully. If it makes some noise on a flip side, we'll consider other styles for Patsy. The tune ventures into uncharted territory, but the production is having fun and perhaps feeling hopeful that "Stop, Look and Listen" holds promise of things to come.
Her sermon is captivating, and is sure to make even the most pious of ministers retire to golf. Patsy's vocal qualities are apparent on earlier records, but this performance may be the first time such qualities are put to effective use. Consider the line "we're sinnin' and lyin' and forgetting the faith Both spirituals recorded at this date were penned by Pappy Stewart. With ten takes to get it right, the song presumably required the bulk of session time.
This recording should not be considered a setback; it's not a great song but Patsy's performance is sincere and convincing. Here is an early example of the vulnerability Patsy allows to seep through her microphone and into wax, delivered with just a hint of understatement, but later used to great effect on "I Fall To Pieces" and others.
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