Country's Greatest Hits of the 60's, Vol. 1

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Country's Greatest Hits of the 60's, Vol. 1 Review

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

MCA Special Products' Country's Greatest Hits of the 60's, Vol. 1 may not boast the biggest hits of the decade, but it has a good selection of big hits from the MCA/Decca vaults, including Bill Anderson's "Still," Patsy Cline's "Faded Love" and "I Fall to Pieces," Warner Mack's "The Bridge Washed Out," Hank Thompson's "Smoky the Bar," Conway Twitty's "I Love You More Today," Loretta Lynn's "Don't Come Home a Drinkin'" and "Dear Uncle Sam," Roy Clark's "Yesterday, When I Was Young" and Burl Ives' "A Little Bitty Tear," which is arguably not country. Either way, it's enough good stuff to make it worth its budget price.

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