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Halos & Horns Import

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  • Audio CD (25 Oct. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sugar Hill
  • ASIN: B000066TPL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 356,444 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Halos and Horns
  2. Sugar Hill
  3. Not For Me
  4. Hello God
  5. If
  6. Shattered Image
  7. These Old Bones
  8. What a Heartache
  9. I'm Gone
  10. Raven Dove
  11. Dagger Through the Heart
  12. If Only
  13. John Daniel
  14. Stairway to Heaven

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I wish to represent those who checked out this album because they heard Dolly Parton was doing a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." Now, I might not have more covers of "Stairway to Heaven" than anybody else on earth, but with over two dozen I feel confident saying I am in the top 1% of people on the planet. With that claim to ethos I would say that for my money Dolly Parton's version is one of the two or three best I have heard. Replacing the guitar part with a banjo for the main part of the song and a fiddle for the finale works just great. There are some lyrical liberties, but they also work well in the context of this particular version. At the very least, you should check out the song and decide for yourself. Just do not be surprised when you discover you like it.
I should also add that there are indeed other songs on the "Halos & Horns" album, including a cover of Bread's "If" that only serves to strengthen your opinion of Parton's cover of "Stairway." Parton has always been an engaging and personable performer, but she has also always taken her work a lot more seriously than she takes herself (which has always been part of her charm). Her fans will certainly flock to this album, but she should also be able to win a few converts this time around as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Only gets better with time 1 Mar. 2010
By G. Brozeit - Published on
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For far too many people, Dolly Parton's sometime over-the-top popular image obscures an incredibly talented and deep musician. I recently pulled this cd out of my collection and was amazed just how excellent it continues to be. If you appreciate American music, you'll be pleasantly overwhelmed by the complexity and passion that comes through on every song. Dolly is a great song writer and interpretive singer. Too bad it is out of print. But if you're a fan of Buddy Miller, Emmilou Harris, Jim Lauderdale, Billy Joe Shaver, Bill Monroe, Willie Nelson, or Merle Haggard, it is worth finding and adding to your collection.
5.0 out of 5 stars That Little Tennessee Beauty Does It Again 2 Mar. 2014
By RON ORNDORFF - Published on
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I have been a fan of Dolly Parton since she first turned up on the Porter Wagner Show. My all-time favorite of her songs is "I Will Always Love You" covered by several other singers. I had to have the HALO AND HORNS CD because of one song. Several years ago I was listening to a small country radio station when somebody called in asking to hear "Old Bones". I had never heard it before and was smitten. I looked everywhere for it, record shops, other Dolly fans, even Amazon. Finally, a young lady at Cracker Barrel found the title of the CD and, when I returned home, immediately ordered it. This CD has some very good songs I had never heard, including some gospel which Dolly does so well, like "Hello, God." If you are a fan of Dolly Parton, you need HALOS AND HORNS in your CD library.
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally found the song I was looking for 13 July 2015
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I have been searching snd searching for a particular song and I finally found it on this disc. Bow if I can find Dolly singing Shine.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Album, Best Where It's Straight Up and Traditional 7 Aug. 2002
By Dave (D.J.) Butler - Published on
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This is an excellent album by a great performer. It deviates slightly from her recent work (Little Sparrow, The Grass Is Blue) in a couple of ways:
First, of the 14 tracks on this album, Dolly wrote 12. Usually, she includes more covers in a record. Because her own songs tend to be Heartbreakers or Prayers, this album has a very personal / spiritual feel, which is quite nice. These days, you pretty much have to go to traditional or alternative country to get music this tender.
Second, the album is not straight bluegrass / traditional country. The gospel chorus touches are pleasing and contribute to the spiritual feel of the whole. The occasional electronica (like the reverb electric guitar on "If") is not so nice. It feels out of place and a little forced.
Finally, I have to say a word about the "Stairway to Heaven" cover: why? Her voice is great and so far as her cover is straight up, makes for a good piece, but the song is a bit nutty for Dolly, and her additional lyrics on the end seem to reverse the meaning (if "Stairway to Heaven" has a meaning) and make the song schizophrenic.
Nevertheless, I can't give the album less than five stars. Even the slightly hokey old witchwoman voice grows on you after a listen or two. Go buy it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING! 10 Nov. 2002
By Christian Scalise - Published on
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There isn't too many CD's that come along where I'll enjoy the WHOLE CD! But Dolly has done it again with her AMAZING vocals and Beautiful Sounding Band! From "Halos and Horns", to "Stairway to Heaven", this CD is well worth purchasing for yourself and family/friends! I really enjoy Dolly's Interactive media program on the CD. It's cool to see pictures of her on the road and in the studio! They even have SEVERAL video clips of Dolly in the studio singing and talking to the fans! They have several clips of music from her past bluegrass CD's as well on this Interactive Disc. With 14 tracks and well written, and re done songs, this CD is a GREAT ONE TO OWN! Dolly has done it again. I give it 5 STARS!
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