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Dolly

Author: Dolly Parton
Publisher: [New York, NY] : RCA Nashville/Legacy, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dolly Parton's lengthy career has included 7 Grammy awards, 2 Oscar nominations, a Tony nomination, and her 1999 induction into the Country Music Hall Of Fame. Yet it's her music and songwriting to which all roads return. Her early heartfelt tales of growing up in Tennessee gave way to incredible pop crossover smashes in the '80s. From her first national hit in 1967, ironically titled "Dumb Blonde" to the legendary  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Demo recordings
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Dolly Parton
OCLC Number: 441260327
Notes: Compilation of selections previously released, except as indicated.
Compact discs.
Notes on insert by Holly George-Warren (62 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.).
Performer(s): Dolly Parton, vocals ; with acc.
Event notes: Recorded 1959-1992.
Description: 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: [Disc] 1. Puppy love --
Girl left alone --
Gonna hurry (as slow as I can) (demo, previously unreleased) --
It's sure gonna hurt ; Love you gave ; Nobody but you (previously unreleased) (with the Merry Melody Singers) --
Busy signal --
Don't drop out --
I've known you all my life (previously unreleased) --
Put it off until tomorrow (with Bill Phillips) --
Dumb blonde --
Something fishy --
I couldn't wait forever --
I'm not worth the tears --
Last thing on my mind (with Porter Wagoner) --
False eyelashes --
Bridge --
Just because I'm a woman --
Holdin' on to nothin' ; We'll get ahead someday ; Jeannie's afraid of the dark (with Porter Wagoner) --
In the good old days (when times were bad) --
Daddy --
Evening shade --
Gypsy, Joe, and me --
My Blue Ridge Mountain boy. [Disc] 2. Just the way I am --
Down from Dover --
Everything is beautiful (in its own way) (previously unreleased) --
Daddy come and get me --
Just someone that I used to know ; Tomorrow is forever ; Daddy was an old time preacher man (with Porter Wagoner) --
Comin' for to carry me home --
Golden streets of glory --
Mule skinner blues : blue yodel no. 8 --
Joshua --
Daddy's moonshine still --
Last one to touch me --
Better move it on home (with Porter Wagoner) --
Coat of many colors --
Traveling man --
My blue tears --
Here I am --
God's coloring book (previously unreleased) --
Will he be waiting --
Touch your woman --
Together always ; Lost forever in your kiss (with Porter Wagoner) --
My Tennessee mountain home --
Eugene, Oregon (previously unreleased) --
What will baby be (previously unreleased). [Disc] 3. Jolene --
Early morning breeze --
I will always love you --
Please don't stop loving me (with Porter Wagoner) --
Love is like a butterfly --
Sacred memories --
Bargain store --
On my mind again --
Kentucky gambler --
Seeker --
We used to --
All I can do --
Light of a clear blue morning --
You are --
Applejack --
It's all wrong, but it's all right --
Here you come again --
Two doors down --
Me and Little Andy --
Heartbreaker --
I really got the feeling --
Baby I'm burnin' --
You're the only one --
Sweet summer lovin' --
Starting over again. [Disc] 4. Old flames can't hold a candle to you --
9 to 5 --
But you know I love you --
Single women --
Heartbreak express --
Do I ever cross your mind --
Potential new boyfriend --
Islands in the stream (with Kenny Rogers) --
Save the last dance for me --
Tennessee homesick blues --
God won't get you --
What a heartache --
Don't call it love --
Think about love --
Why'd you come in here lookin' like that --
Yellow roses --
Time for me to fly --
He's alive --
Rockin' years (with Ricky Van Shelton) --
Eagle when she flies --
Silver and gold --
Romeo (with Billy Ray Cyrus, Tanya Tucker, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea, Pam Tillis).

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Dolly Parton's lengthy career has included 7 Grammy awards, 2 Oscar nominations, a Tony nomination, and her 1999 induction into the Country Music Hall Of Fame. Yet it's her music and songwriting to which all roads return. Her early heartfelt tales of growing up in Tennessee gave way to incredible pop crossover smashes in the '80s. From her first national hit in 1967, ironically titled "Dumb Blonde" to the legendary '70s duets with Porter Wagoner; from her first #1 single in 1970 to her 26th #1 in 1991--and all the stops in between--Dolly Parton has done it all. And that's why there is, indeed, only one Dolly -- back cover.

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