"Walkin' After Midnight" accounts for country legend Patsy Cline's most well known song-and for good reason. Complete with woozy guitars, existential questioning disguised as romantic lament, and a brilliant sense of melody, "Walkin' After Midnight" is the perfect song for a full moon. Cline infused these songs with something that wipes you out, and lays you flat on the ground, face to face with basic truths. Her voice echos through the heart of the country and straight to yours.

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