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Until The 12th Of Never...I Will Love this CD,
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This review is from: Those Were The Days (Audio CD)
Now then - at first I thought this Dolly project would be a little bit sugary. Well, I needn't have worried. The CD opens with the lovely rendition of the ole Mary Hopkin song THOSE WERE THE DAYS - a nice folky tune, you can't help tapping your foot along to this.
The song Twelfth of Never is awesome. It's sung with Aussie bloke Keith Urban and at first it seems a little too fast - listen to it a couple of times and you will be hooked.
Where Do The Children Play is great - indeed it's performed much better than the original Cat Stevens recording!!
The poorer track on the album is Me and Bobby McGee -I just doesn't work for me.
Both Sides Now is brilliantly done and Dolly's vocal range rings true on this song.
The most wonderful track on the album (and I always hated it in the past) is the song Imagine - Dolly say's 'You may say that I'm a Dreamer (Some say I am..)' so camp and excellent. This song will move you to tears - a remarkable album from the truest country icon of world - DOLLY.