Charline Arthur - Burn That Candle (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. I've Got the Boogie Blues
2. Is Love a Game
3. I Don't Need a Diary
4. Dreaming of You
5. I Kept It a Secret
6. Anything Can Happen
7. I Was Wrong
8. I Heard About You
9. Heartbreak Ahead
10. Looking at the Moon and Wishing on a Star
11. He Fiddled While I Burned
12. Double-Crossed By Love
13. Waltzing
14. I'm Having a Party All By Myself
15. Please Darlin' Please
16. The Good and the Bad
17. (I'm in Love with) Someone's Used to Be
18. Leave My Man Alone
19. Too Long, Too Many Times
20. Flash Your Diamonds (And Show Your Gold)
21. For Old Time's Sake
22. Soft Hearted Gal
23. Honey Bun
24. Kiss the Baby Goodnight
25. Burn That Candle
26. How Many Would There Be?
27. Just Look, Don't Touch, He's Mine
28. I Love Him Better Than You Do
29. What About Tomorrow
30. Welcome to the Club
31. Hello Baby
32. Cryin' Alone

More Info:

Regarded by many pundits as "the forgotten woman of Rockabilly", Charline Arthur was very much ahead of her time. A discovery of the formidable Colonel Tom Parker, a couple of years before he managed Elvis, she was by all contemporaneous accounts a controversial, memorable and hugely popular live performer. She famously refused to play by the rules and often appeared onstage wearing pants, rather than the chintzy dresses worn by other female Country singers, and she sang sassy, suggestive songs (she was censored onstage at the Grand Ole Opry). This compilation reissues the sixteen singles she cut between, 1950-1956 across five different record labels, virtually her entire recorded legacy. It includes her regional hits 'Heartbreak Ahead', 'He Fiddled While I Burned', 'Waltzing' and '(I'm In Love With) Someone's Used To Be' alongside collectors' items like 'Soft Hearted Gal', 'Honey Bun' and 'Burn That Candle'.