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  • Audio CD (March 3, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Real Gone Music
  • ASIN: B00HQ0BTQ6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,774 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Really Don t Want to Know
2. I Can t Help It
3. You Don t Know Me
4. I m Sorry
5. The End of the World
6. No One to Cry to
7. I Walk the Line
8. Oh Lonesome Me
9. Someday
10. Crazy
11. Make the World Go Away
12. I Can t Stop Loving You
13. Please Help Me I m Falling
14. Wild One
15. It Takes Too Long to Learn to Live Alone

Editorial Reviews

Eydie wasn t the first pop singer to dabble in country music, but she was one of the best, as this album, which made the 1964 charts, melodiously attests. And any time you get to hear Eydie singing in front of Don Costa arrangements, well, that s a treat not to be missed! The complete, original release, with three bonus tracks and a note from the late, great lady herself.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jim Holtz on June 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'm so elated that Amazon has GORME COUNTRY STYLE again in stock. This album is the crowning achievement of my entire music collection. The cd I had to own. I've never gotten sick of it! I wanted the lp so badly that I got 2 copies for Xmas 1964. At this point in time, Eydie Gorme's voice was simply superb. She used her full range to the fullest. Naturally Eydie's voice was citified on the 12 orginal numbers but the integrity of each song is untarnished. Eydie's covers of those big cross-over hits that were familiar to me were improvements over the originals. On END OF THE WORLD, I'M SORRY, YOU DON'T KNOW ME, NO ONE TO CRY TO, I WALK THE LINE, OH LONESOME ME, CRAZY, MAKE THE WORLD GO AWAY, & I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU, Eydie reinterpretated them with her vibrant wide ranging voice. Ray Charles, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, & Johnny Cash didn't have the emotional nor artistic range to do what Eydie did to these too often unsung gems. Granted all 4 singers were superb song stylsists & Patsy had a respectable range but their arrangements were hampered by the mandatory back up voices, or uneccessary talking in the middle of the song, or corny string work. Eydie's versions of the above 9 chart makers were done in a timeless, aesthetic versions where the orchestra improves on her crystal clear intpretations. I've never heard better versions of the 3 tunes that were hits before my time: I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW, I CAN'T HELP IT, & SOMEDAY. Eydie out performs Linda Ronstadt, Mary Ford, & Della Reese on those 3 timeless laments. On OH LONESOME ME, I WALK THE LINE, & SOMEDAY, Eydie really swings & went full range on the notes. She just soared! It's really indescriable! The bouns tracks are alright but I rather not comment on them because I'm so focused on the 1st 12 tracks. I hope everybody enjoys this treasure as much as I do!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover In AZ on September 3, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Run, don't crawl to the order page for this better late than never release of Eydie's "GORME COUNTRY STYLE" cd. Way overdue and kept in Columbia's vaults for way, way too long, this is Eydie's 2nd best Columbia release headed by "Don't Go To Stranger's" which is in my humble opinion, Eydie's best album for that label. "GORME COUNTRY STYLE" was Eydie's second release for Columbia following on the heels of her highly successful "BLAME IT ON THE BOSSA NOVA". Though Eydie's "style" is universal and she has been blessed with the versitality to sing in any style and sound as if she's been doing it for years! She effectivley injects each and every song on the 12-tracks of the original release with new life and make them her inimitable own. The bonus track "PLEASE HELP ME I'M FALLING" is a very welcome addition having been recorded during the sessions for the lp, however, "WILD ONE" & "IT TAKES TOO LONG TO LEARN TO LIVE ALONE" do not belong on this recording. While "WILD ONE" was a "B" side of her 1970 RCA hit "TONIGHT I'LL SAY A PRAYER", and an excellent song not included on the lp, it belongs on an RCA Records release as a bonus song for the album of the same name and NOT this cd from Eydie's Columbia catalogue. Likewise with "IT TAKES TOO LONG TO LEARN TO LIVE ALONE" which also is a terrific cut. It is the english lyric of "EN ESTA SOLEDAD", a song from an lp Eydie released in 1976, "LA GORME"; BOTH SONGS MENTIONED, ARE QUITE OUT OF PLACE and DO NOT belong on this particular excellent release from Eydie's Columbia work in 1963. However, buy it for the 13 songs recorded for the original "GORME COUNTRY STYLE". You'll be very, very glad that you did!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joan C. Perry on August 4, 2005
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This is a killer album. Great songs and of course, she is the best. I first bought a vinyl when it first came out, then I bought the cassette and now I have the CD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jim Holtz on April 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Everyone who writes these reviews have their favorite album & artist. Well, this album & singer are mine. I adored Country Style before I got it. In the 1960s, country singer, Jimmy Dean had Eydie on his TV variety show. She was plugging this which then was a new release. She sang 3 songs in a row & then out did him in a duet. He had her on again & Gorme sang more from this masterpeice. BOY! WOW! PRAISE THE LORD! From then on Eydie was my musical Goddess! Probalby Joan Baez, Julie Andrews, & Jane Morgan have better voices technically but no one knows more than Ms. Gorme what to do to a specific song. Johnny Carson to Eydie "You could sing the winning hand of a poker game." Playboy & Milwaukee Journal agreed she was the most self-assured singer in the business. Carol Burnet simply stated that she was the world's greatest lady vocalist. Why is Eydie all of this? Well, she can use a distinctivly wide pop range without being generically operatic. She's also a great dramatist! Whatever the mood, Eydie sings. Arranger Don Costa crafted the best versions of old classics. In this case, those classics weren't over done! Sure her voice has aged but she still can do more than other singers. Well now to these 12 orginal songs! Many were top 10 hits but Eydie gives them the respect of an old classsic. I Walk The Line as a Lady is a Tramp not some twangy country song. NEITHER sap NOR pop & country pretension here, just staright Gorme vibrancy! All 12 orginals are the best versions ever recorded! Someday & Make the World Go Away vibrate as only she can, Her 2nd Columbia lp didn't live up to her standards. This 3rd release more than makes up for it. I can't imagine not ownig this masterpeice!. I'd rather part with my Sinatra swinging Capitol, Fitgerald Songbooks, & Streisand self-titled albums. Yet, I adore all of those!
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