A nice collection of early Cline, touching a lot of stylistic bases. The best known song, "Walkin' After Midnight," is, of course, stone country, as is the pedal steel drenched "The Heart You Break May Be Your Own," but some of the other tunes here sound like early attempts at crossover. "Stop, Look and Listen," is pure 50s rock in the manner of Bill Haley (complete with an eccentric guitar solo straight out of the "Rock Around the Clock" fake book) while the instrumental opening of "In Care of the Blues" is, briefly, sort of proto-metal. Elsewhere, on "Too Many Secrets," Cline is backed by a swinging big band and vocal chorus; Perry Como would have felt right at home.
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