Various - Most Famous Hits - Dolly Parton & Country Ladies - The Album FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Most Famous Hits - Dolly Parton & Country Ladies - The Album
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Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Dolly Parton, released in October 1982. It focused mostly on Parton's late 1970s pop hits. The original track list was revised a year later to include Parton's 1983 duet hit with Kenny Rogers, "Islands in the Stream". The album has since been reissued with an abbreviated track listing. This album was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. 9 to 5". "But You Know I Love You". Here You Come Again".
Country Masters: Dolly Parton. Dolly Parton Greatest Hits. The First Ladies of Country. 27: The Most Perfect Album.
Dolly Parton - Greatest Hits - 1988 Format: Compact Disc Disc Condition: Excellent Inlay Condition: Excellent Label: RCA Catalog 8505-2-RRE Great recording and the tracks are listed below: Tracklist 1 9 To 5 2:44 2 But You Know I Love You 3:17 3 Here You Come Again 2:57 4 Two Doors Down 3:02 5 It's All Wrong, Bu. Dolly Parton Greatest Hits cd. 1988 issue RCA label.
Dolly Parton - "Sweet Summer Lovin’". Another song not from the Parton pen, this one featured some intriguing production that blurred the lines between country and disco, making for one of her more appealing departures of sound. 13. Dolly Parton - "Yellow Roses". With Ricky Skaggs taking creative control of her 1989 album White Limozeen, Parton returned to her country roots with her most traditional album in ages. At the heart of that project was this exquisite ballad, which brought her a final solo number one hit. 12. Dolly Parton - "The Seeker"
Biography by David Vinopal. Larger-than-life singer/songwriter who gained international fame and whose folksy presence looms over modern country music.
Also my favourite duet with Kenny Rogers "Islands in the stream" features as do two of my most favourite Dolly Parton songs "Here you come again" and "The Only One"! So if you are looking for a . of the greatest of the greatest by Dolly. One person found this helpful. Dolly Parton's 1982 album GREATEST HITS is a poor excuse for a greatest hits album. What was RCA thinking? First we only have 9 tracks on here.
Dolly Parton has had such a lengthy career it's easy to forget her early years in Music City singing with Porter Wagoner led to some of her best work. Wagoner and Parton's 1967 duet "The Last Thing On My Mind," written by Tom Paxton, went to No. 6 on the country chart. Dolly and Porter would go on to have a string of top 10 hits for the next six years with songs like "If Teardrops Were Pennies" and "Just Between You and M. 11. "My Tennessee Mountain Home". The Smoky Mountains were possibly the greatest muse for the Sevierville, Tenn. The album helped boost Parton's career and, along with the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack, brought bluegrass to mainstream audiences. Parton's 1971 hit "Joshua" became her first single to hit No. 1 on the country charts.
Although most of Parton’s hits were written by the country legend herself, this 1977 single was written by husband-and-wife songwriting duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. Originally intended for Brenda Lee, Here You Come Again was selected to broaden Parton’s pop appeal-despite her initial hesitation. She said a monkey could record this song and have a hit with it, her manager Sandy Gallin told Sirius XM earlier this year.
|1-1||–Dolly Parton||Release Me|
|1-2||–Dolly Parton||Two Little Orphans|
|1-3||–Dolly Parton||Little Blossom|
|1-4||–Dolly Parton||It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels|
|1-5||–Dolly Parton||Makin' Believe|
|1-6||–Dolly Parton||Letter To Heaven|
|1-7||–Dolly Parton||Puppy Love|
|1-8||–Dolly Parton||A Girl Left Alone|
|1-9||–Lynn Anderson||Rose Garden|
|1-10||–Lynn Anderson||Stand By Your Man|
|1-12||–Donna Fargo||Happiest Girl In The Whole Usa|
|1-13||–Donna Fargo||Don't Be Angry|
|1-14||–Donna Fargo||Somebody Special.|
|1-15||–Patsy Cline||The Heart You May Break May Be Yours|
|1-16||–Patsy Cline||Then You'll Know|
|1-17||–Patsy Cline||No More|
|1-18||–Patsy Cline||Walkin' After Midnight|
|1-19||–Barbara Mandrell||Try To Remember|
|1-20||–Barbara Mandrell||Please Release Me|
|2-1||–Patsy Cline||Stop Look And Listen|
|2-2||–Patsy Cline||The Heart You May Break May Be Your Own|
|2-3||–Patsy Cline||Cry Not For Me|
|2-4||–Patsy Cline||Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray|
|2-5||–Patsy Cline||Try Again|
|2-6||–Lacy J. Dalton||16th Avenue|
|2-7||–Lacy J. Dalton||Dream Baby|
|2-8||–Lacy J. Dalton||Everybody Makes Mistakes|
|2-9||–Lacy J. Dalton||Tennessee Waltz|
|2-10||–Lacy J. Dalton||Whisper|
|2-11||–Donna Fargo||The Happiest Girl In The Whole Usa|
|2.12||–Donna Fargo||Don't Be Angry|
|2-13||–Donna Fargo||Somebody Special|
|2-14||–Donna Fargo||That Was Yesterday|
|2-15||–Dolly Parton||Makin' Believe|
|2-16||–Dolly Parton||Letter To Heaven|
|2-17||–Dolly Parton||Release Me|
|2-18||–Dolly Parton||Two Little Orphans|
|2-19||–Dolly Parton||Girl Left Alone|