Dolly Parton - The Best of Dolly Parton album download
Best of Dolly Parton was a 1975 compilation album of Dolly Parton's early 1970s work that has long been regarded by critics as the definitive representation of Parton's most influential period. The album reached 5 on the . country albums chart, and contained the title tracks to the previous six Parton albums, as well as the tracks "I Will Always Love You" and "Travelin' Man".
Dolly Parton - "You’re The Only One". One of the four songs on this list not written by Parton, this heartbreaking ballad was one of the centerpieces of the period where Parton’s music was beginning to gain favor with a wider audience than just country. At the time it topped the charts in the summer of 1979, this was Parton’s fifth straight number one in the country market, but also a Top 20 hit on the AC chart. 14. Dolly Parton - "Sweet Summer Lovin’".
The Best of Dolly Parton is a compilation album by Dolly Parton, released in November 1970. Featuring much of her early RCA material, the compilation album included the biggest hit she'd had to that point, her cover of Jimmie Rodgers' "Mule Skinner Blues", which peaked at on the . country charts in early 1970. This recording was also released later by Time/Life Records - the other tracks were previously released on other albums.
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 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. Parton mined her Appalachian roots once again for this hard-driving jam about a heartbreaker Tennessee woman and a burly mountain man. 6. "9 to 5".
6. I Will Always Love You.
This recording was also released later by Time/Life Records - the other tracks were previously released on other albums. The Best of Dolly Parton was released just three years after Parton signed with the label and thus features several songs that were not single releases, "Down From Dover", "Gypsy Joe and Me", "Just the Way I Am" and the gospel standard "How Great Thou Art". The album is occasionally confused with the 1975 RCA release Best of Dolly Parton Volume I and Best.
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