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Dolly [Clean]

9 Nov 2009

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  Song Title Artist
Time
Popularity  
1
Puppy Love Dolly Parton
1:41
2
Girl Left Alone Dolly Parton
2:05
3
Gonna Hurry (As Slow As I Can) (Demo) Dolly Parton
1:43
4
It's Sure Gonna Hurt Dolly Parton
2:16
5
The Love You Gave Dolly Parton
2:10
6
Nobody But You Dolly Parton
1:59
7
Busy Signal Dolly Parton
2:03
8
Don't Drop Out Dolly Parton
2:28
9
I've Known You All My Life Dolly Parton
1:58
10
Put It Off Until Tomorrow Dolly Parton
2:31
11
Dumb Blonde Dolly Parton
2:27
12
Something Fishy Dolly Parton
2:06
13
I Couldn't Wait Forever Dolly Parton
2:24
14
I'm Not Worth the Tears Dolly Parton
2:34
15
The Last Thing On My Mind Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:35
16
False Eyelashes Dolly Parton
2:29
17
The Bridge Dolly Parton
2:33
18
Just Because I'm A Woman Dolly Parton
3:03
19
Holding On To Nothin' Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:28
20
We'll Get Ahead Someday Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
1:56
21
Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark Dolly Parton
2:46
22
In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) Dolly Parton
2:44
23
Daddy Dolly Parton
2:46
24
Evening Shade (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
3:18
25
Gypsy, Joe And Me Dolly Parton
3:10
26
My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy Dolly Parton
3:28
Disc 2
1
Just The Way I Am Dolly Parton
2:28
2
Down from Dover Dolly Parton
3:45
3
Everything Is Beautiful (In Its Own Way) Dolly Parton
3:09
4
Daddy Come And Get Me Dolly Parton
3:00
5
Just Someone I Used to Know Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:22
6
Tomorrow Is Forever Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:47
7
Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
3:02
8
Comin' For To Carry Me Home Dolly Parton
3:01
9
Golden Streets Of Glory Dolly Parton
2:53
10
Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8) (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
3:08
11
Joshua (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
3:03
12
Daddy's Moonshine Still Dolly Parton
3:29
13
The Last One to Touch Me Porter Wagoner
3:02
14
Better Move It on Home Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:13
15
Coat Of Many Colors Dolly Parton
3:04
16
Traveling Man Dolly Parton
2:40
17
My Blue Tears Dolly Parton
2:17
18
Here I Am Dolly Parton
3:18
19
God's Coloring Book Dolly Parton
2:17
20
Will He Be Waiting Dolly Parton
2:29
21
Touch Your Woman Dolly Parton
2:40
22
Together Always Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:16
23
Lost Forever In Your Kiss Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
3:20
24
My Tennessee Mountain Home Dolly Parton
3:08
25
Eugene Oregon Dolly Parton
2:53
26
What Will Baby Be Dolly Parton
2:46
Disc 3
1
Jolene (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
2:41
2
Early Morning Breeze Dolly Parton
2:46
3
I Will Always Love You (Original Version) Dolly Parton
2:56
4
Please Don't Stop Loving Me Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
2:47
5
Love Is Like A Butterfly Dolly Parton
2:20
6
Sacred Memories Dolly Parton
2:42
7
The Bargain Store Dolly Parton
2:41
8
On My Mind Again Dolly Parton
2:48
9
Kentucky Gambler Dolly Parton
2:37
10
The Seeker (New Edit) Dolly Parton
3:14
11
We Used To Dolly Parton
3:11
12
All I Can Do (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
2:24
13
Light Of A Clear Blue Morning Dolly Parton
4:56
14
You Are Dolly Parton
5:15
15
Applejack Dolly Parton
3:26
16
It's All Wrong, But It's All Right Dolly Parton
3:17
17
Here You Come Again (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
2:53
18
Two Doors Down Dolly Parton
3:04
19
Me and Little Andy Dolly Parton
2:36
20
Heartbreaker (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
3:29
21
I Really Got The Feeling Dolly Parton
3:07
22
Baby I'm Burnin' Dolly Parton
2:36
23
You're the Only One Dolly Parton
3:19
24
Sweet Summer Lovin' Dolly Parton
3:17
25
Starting Over Again Dolly Parton
3:58
Disc 4
1
Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You (2002 Remaster) Dolly Parton
3:23
2
9 to 5 Dolly Parton
2:45
3
But You Know I Love You Dolly Parton
3:17
4
Single Women Dolly Parton
3:43
5
Heartbreak Express Dolly Parton
3:13
6
Do I Ever Cross Your Mind Dolly Parton
4:01
7
Potential New Boyfriend Dolly Parton
3:36
8
Islands In the Stream Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers
4:09
9
Save The Last Dance For Me Dolly Parton
3:50
10
Tennessee Homesick Blues Dolly Parton
3:23
11
God Won't Get You Dolly Parton
4:12
12
What A Heartache Dolly Parton
4:42
13
Don't Call It Love Dolly Parton
3:16
14
Think About Love Dolly Parton
3:26
15
Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That Dolly Parton
2:32
16
Yellow Roses Dolly Parton
3:55
17
Time For Me To Fly [Clean] Dolly Parton
2:52
18
He's Alive Dolly Parton
4:37
19
Rockin' Years [Clean] Ricky Van Shelton (with Dolly Parton)
3:25
20
Eagle When She Flies Dolly Parton
3:10
21
Silver And Gold [Clean] Dolly Parton
3:50
22
Romeo Dolly Parton with Billy Ray Cyrus, Tanya Tucker, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea, Pam Tillis
3:34

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 26 Oct 2009
  • Release Date: 26 Oct 2009
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Label: RLG/Legacy
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  • Total Length: 4:55:22
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  • ASIN: B006IVFX66
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars From Puppy love to Romeo 10 Mar 2010
By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Another 4-CD collection of Dolly's music, following at a relatively short interval after the European 4-CD box The Tour Collection in the summer of 2008. Despite having the European box and many other Dolly Parton compilations and original albums, I still regarded this as an essential purchase. Whereas the European box omitted a lot of the hits, this box contains the vast majority of them as well as plenty of less obvious tracks. One interesting feature of this set is that it is the first compilation of Dolly's music to seriously integrate Dolly's duets with Porter Wagoner with her solo music. Previous compilations of Dolly's solo music have rarely included more than one Porter Wagoner duet, if they included any at all. The European box includes three, two of which are among the eleven featured here.

The set is presented in chronological order, beginning with the two tracks from her 1959 Goldband single (Puppy love / Girl left alone). Following these tracks are several tracks that Dolly recorded while looking for that elusive breakthrough. They are interesting, but if one compares them to Lesley Gore in America or Helen Shapiro in Britain, both of whom had considerable success as teenagers in the sixties, it's easy to see that Dolly hadn't found the secret to success. The first real sign that things were picking up came when Bill Phillips (an otherwise obscure country singer) recorded Put it off until tomorrow (with Dolly's vocal backing) and had a top ten country hit with it. Though credited as a Bill Phillips solo, Dolly is quite prominent on the recording, which is included here.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars pre-release details 13 Sep 2009
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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.

Highlights:
* 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!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dolly Box Set 13 July 2010
By sazlon
Format:Audio CD
Bought this as a presant for my wife she loves it all the great songs. The delivery for this item wasgood and the packaging fine.
All in all a very good buy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BACKWOODS BARBIE NO A MUSIC GREAT ! 9 April 2010
Format:Audio CD
First off I'm no country music fan, but as singers of that genre go Dolly Parton is an absolute legend.This fabulous box set shows us why,full of the best of her astounding career so far.She's never taken herself too seriously but when it comes to the recorded product she is one of the most consistent artists around.Fan of country or not I guarantee this box set has tracks for everyone, she has such a range of styles and always keeps up with the way the popular music scene changes.Take a listen to her super version of the old Drifters hit 'Save The Last Dance',full of keyboards and programming,so she's not all banjos and guitars,her version of Don Francisco's 'He's Alive' shows us the range and depth Dolly has in her voice.Sure the hits are all here,sounding as great as ever and nicely remastered,the lesser known songs where we ask 'How did I miss this one',to duets,group hits,all in all 99 Dolly classics,I'm as said no country fan but I love this set by one of the great music stars,whose popularity still continues to grow.Some of her songs are light bubbly fun stuff but others like 'Down From Dover' have a depth in there subject that show how good she is as a lyricist.Please do get a listen to this quite fabulous box set,which for what you get is pretty great value,and a very well put together booklet that has loads of pictures taken throughout her career as well as informative info all through.Been a long time coming for a Dolly set,but this has proved it's been worth the wait,HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite original Porter and Dolly album 5 Oct 2010
By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton recorded many excellent albums, but this one is my favorite among them, albeit only marginally. Exactly when the album was recorded, I'm not sure although it would have been in the mid-seventies. The album was not released at the time due to the break-up of the business partnership that the duo had established, but was eventually released in 1980. So much had changed in country music during the intervening years that it already sounded out of place among all the other new releases that year, especially Dolly`s solo album. Those of us who bought it knew that there wasn`t likely to be another new Porter and Dolly album. Although there was eventually some talk of them getting together again, nothing came of it.

The album opens with a cover of Making plans, a song that dates back to the fifties, but the version here made number two on the country charts and the record that kept it off the number one spot was Dolly's solo cover of Old flames can't hold a handle to you, a song that Joe Sun had taken into the top twenty of the country charts just two years earlier. (That track is from Dolly's solo album released the same year, but ironically, it seems out of place and would be more at home here.)

The next track, If you go I'll follow you, was the only other single taken from the album and made number twelve on the country charts. Great as these songs are, they don't stand out from the others as the quality is sustained throughout. Even the song about an ill-fated child (Little David's harp) is fine by me. I'm not a huge fan of these songs that feature on many of Porter and Dolly's duet albums, but this is one of the better ones.
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