From her first national hit in 1967, the ironically titled "Dumb Blonde" (nobody with a lick of sense ever accused Dolly of that!) and the legendary '70s duets with Porter Wagoner, from her first number one single ("Joshua") in 1970 to her 26th number one in 1991 ("Rockin' Years," a duet with Ricky Shelton) and all train stops in between, Dolly has it all. "To Know Him Is To Love Him" from the fertile three-way collaboration with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris, the amazing crossover pop smashes, including the heartfelt duet with Kenny Rogers "Islands In The Stream," as well as revered juke box staples "9 To 5" and "Here You Come Again," this 99 track/4 CD treasure trove covers all the bases. The first disc features very early recordings going back as far as 1959 and a collection of recordings from 1962 to 1965 which are just amazing and essential for all Dolly collectors, they're exceptional and more "pop" than you would associate with Dolly during this time. You may never have to leave home again, but if you do, be sure to take Dolly along for the ride.
* First-ever multi-label, career-spanning box set for Dolly!
* 4 CDs, 99 songs
* Includes her biggest hits, rarities, and duets from Monument, RCA Victor, and Columbia + SEVEN previously unreleased songs
* Introduction written by singer-songwriter Laura Cantrell, and new liner notes written by noted Dolly Parton historian Holly George-Warren
* Features never-before-seen photos and rare memorabilia!