Discumentary: Patsy Cline "Sentimentally Yours"
Disappointed with the music industry and recovering from a divorce, Kirsty MacColl, took six years off before recording "Tropical Brainstorm". During her break, she spent a lot of time in Cuba and Brazil, which inspired the album's many tropical influences.
Upon its release, Interview Magazine called Exile in Guyville "folk rock that could make you blush". This is Liz Phair's response to the Rolling Stones classic Exile in Guyville -- a pretty big undertaking for a debut album.
Patsy Cline's 1962 album was her third and final full-length release. Produced by Owen Bradley, it was crafted to poise her as more of a torch singer so she could cross over to the pop charts. He added strings and back up singers (Elvis' backing band, The Jordanaires) to fill out the sound.