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Editors’ Notes

First, a disclaimer: this collection is drawn primarily from Loveless’ 1993-2003 output on Epic Records, with only two hits (“Timber, I’m Falling In Love” and “Chains”) from her previous tenure with MCA. That being said, these tracks are undeniable classics, distinguished both for their individual excellence and as a stellar body of work. Loveless raised the bar for female country artists, updating the honky-tonk tradition and adding a rare degree of lyric sophistication. Patty didn’t write ‘em, but she sure knew how to pick ‘em — from the poignancy of “How Can I Help You To Say Goodbye” to the sassiness of “You Can Feel Bad” and the sorrow of “You Don’t Seem To Miss Me,” she never let the quality of her songs slip. During her ‘90s hitmaking streak, she could release a clever ditty like “I Try To Think About Elvis,” then turn around and put out a devastating ballad like “You Don’t Really Know Who I Am” without blurring her identity. Loveless’ fans accepted her as a multi-faceted artist who wouldn’t compromise her standards. 16 Greatest Hits doesn’t offer the whole Loveless story — but it probably contains the best parts to date.

Customer Reviews

16 Biggest Hits

Patty is truely a country traditionalist. She sings from her heart. How Can I Help You Say Goodbye is one of those songs that means so much to everyone who has listened to it. For those of us who has lost a loved one whether through a friend moving, a falied marriage, or someone special passing away, this song is a comfort. The upbeat song I Try to Think About Elvis and the play on the words, only Patty could bring it out. You can never grow tired of listening to her voice as it cuts through the song You Don't Even Know Who I Am. For those of you that are about to listen to this album or for those of you that are fans of Patty, you will not be disappointed!!

Partial Album?????

Why partial?

Pretty Good.

I like her tone and her voice because it is different than other singers voices. But, I don't like the song I try to think about elvis. It just doesn't sound right to me. kaari.


Born: January 4, 1957 in Pikeville, KY

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most popular female singers of the new traditionalist movement, Patty Loveless rose to stardom thanks to her blend of honky tonk and country-rock, not to mention a plaintive, emotional ballad style. Her late-'80s records for MCA were generally quite popular, earning her comparisons to Patsy Cline, but most critics agreed that she truly came into her own as an artist when she moved to Epic in the early '90s. Loveless was born Patricia Lee Ramey in Pikeville, KY, in 1957 and spent most...
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