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Dolly Parton Dolly (4-CD)

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Dolly Parton: Dolly (4-CD)

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(2014/Sony) 99 career spanning tracks! - 14 x 19.5 cm Digibook (Hochformat/Hardcover 64 pages)
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Dolly Parton's lengthy career has included seven Grammy awards, two Oscar nominations, a Tony nomination, and her 1999 induction into the Country Music Hall Of Fame, plus much more. Yet it's her music and song-writing to which all roads return. Her early heartfelt tales of growing up in Tennessee ('Coat Of Many Colors','My Tennessee Mountain Home') gave way to incredible pop crossover smashes in the '80s
('9 To 5', 'Islands In The Stream'). From her first national hit in 1967, the ironically titled 'Dumb Blonde', to the legendary '70s duets with Porter Wagoner; from her first #1 single in 1970 'Joshua', to her 26th #1 in 1991 'Rockin' Years' with Ricky Van Shelton; and all train stops in between, Dolly Parton has done it all. And that's why there is, indeed, only one DOLLY.
 

Songs

Parton, Dolly - Dolly (4-CD) CD 1
1: Puppy Love
2: Girl Left Alone
3: Gonna Hurry (As Slow As I Can) - Demo
4: It's Sure Gonna Hurt
5: The Love You Gave
6: Nobody But You
7: Busy Signal - Single Version
8: Don't Drop Out - Single Version
9: I've Known You All My Life
10: Put It Off Until Tomorrow
11: Dumb Blonde
12: Something Fishy
13: I Couldn't Wait Forever
14: I'm Not Worth The Tears
15: The Last Thing On My Mind
16: False Eyelashes
17: The Bridge
18: Just Because I'm A Woman
19: Holding On To Nothin'
20: We'll Get Ahead Someday
21: Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark
22: In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)
23: Daddy - Album Version
24: Evening Shade - Remastered
25: Gypsy, Joe And Me
26: My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
Parton, Dolly - Dolly (4-CD) CD 2
1: Just The Way I Am
2: Down From Dover
3: Everything Is Beautiful (In Its Own Way)
4: Daddy Come And Get Me
5: Just Someone I Used To Know
6: Tomorrow Is Forever
7: Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man
8: Comin' For To Carry Me Home
9: Golden Streets Of Glory
10: Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) - Single (2002 Remaster)
11: Joshua
12: Daddy's Moonshine Still
13: The Last One To Touch Me
14: Better Move It On Home
15: Coat Of Many Colors
16: Traveling Man
17: My Blue Tears
18: Here I Am
19: God's Coloring Book
20: Will He Be Waiting
21: Touch Your Woman
22: Together Always
23: Lost Forever In Your Kiss
24: My Tennessee Mountain Home
25: Eugene Oregon
26: What Will Baby Be
Parton, Dolly - Dolly (4-CD) CD 3
1: Jolene
2: Early Morning Breeze
3: I Will Always Love You
4: Please Don't Stop Loving Me
5: Love Is Like A Butterfly
6: Sacred Memories
7: The Bargain Store
8: On My Mind Again
9: Kentucky Gambler
10: The Seeker
11: We Used To
12: All I Can Do - Single (2002 Remaster)
13: Light Of A Clear Blue Morning
14: You Are
15: Applejack
16: It's All Wrong, But It's All Right
17: Here You Come Again - (Single) [Remaster]
18: Two Doors Down
19: Me And Little Andy
20: Heartbreaker
21: I Really Got The Feeling
22: Baby I'm Burnin'
23: You're The Only One
24: Sweet Summer Lovin'
25: ing Over Again
Parton, Dolly - Dolly (4-CD) CD 4
1: Old Flames (Can't Hold A Candle To You) - Single (2002 Remaster)
2: 9 To 5
3: But You Know I Love You
4: Single Women
5: Heartbreak Express
6: Do I Ever Cross Your Mind
7: Potential New Boyfriend
8: Islands In The Stream
9: Save The Last Dance For Me
10: Tennessee Homesick Blues
11: God Won't Get You
12: What A Heartache
13: Don't Call It Love
14: Think About Love
15: Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That
16: Yellow Roses
17: Time For Me To Fly
18: He's Alive - Album Version
19: Rockin' Years
20: Eagle When She Flies - Album Version
21: Silver And Gold
22: Romeo

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Dolly Parton: Dolly (4-CD)

  • Interpret: Dolly Parton

  • Albumtitel: Dolly (4-CD)

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title Dolly (4-CD)
  • Release date 2014
  • Label SONY MUSIC

  • SubGenre Country - Contemporary Country

  • EAN: 0888750061720

  • weight in Kg 0.500
 
 

Artist description "Parton, Dolly"

Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner

Just between you and me

In the pantheon of great male-female country duet teams, three acts proudly stand center stage: George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, and Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton, the latter rising in 1967 (predating their rivals by roughly four years) and lasting through seven years and thirteen albums, some released even after the pair no longer performed together.

Each of the above pairings had its own distinctive characteristics. If George and Tammy communicated drama and passion, and Conway and Loretta old-fashioned sass and fun, Porter and Dolly focused on a mix of playfulness and poignancy. Though RCA staff member Bob Ferguson is listed as their producer (with Jerry Bradley handling overdubs years later), Ferguson's credit was only a formality. (RCA insisted on using only 'in-house' employees.) Porter was the real producer and mastermind of the sessions--Ferguson was generally not even in the building—and the duets point up Porter's width of musical scope and greatness as a producer.

From the beginning of their professional relationship, Porter and Dolly concentrated on smart song choices, recording music that flirted outside the strict country lines (their first release, The Last Thing On My Mind, from folksinger Tom Paxton, worked a folk-acoustic vibe with a lyric that referenced a subway rumbling underground, and earned them a top-ten hit), even as they were always quick to mix in non-commercial songs of real tragedies, family estrangements, gospel fervor, and Dolly's gothic, Appalachian-soaked ballads of sick or dying children (Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark, Silver Sandals, Malena, which Porter laced with mournful recitation). By the second year of recording, they were recording such wide-ranging material as Dan Penn's The Dark End Of The Street, which oozed Memphis Soul, and the social commentary of Tom T. Hall's I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew.

However, they wrote much of their material themselves, with Porter immediately showcasing Dolly's songs on the first sessions. (Her magnificent heartbreak ballad, Put It Off Until Tomorrow which she co-wrote with her uncle, Bill Owens, and which Bill Phillips had already taken to number six on the charts, was on the schedule for their third day of recording in the fall of 1967.) They instinctively knew just how far to push their subject matter, how vulnerable to take their delivery, and what that worked well for their two voices. In short, when they stood before a microphone, they created magic.

Where so many duet singers follow a predictable pattern, Porter and Dolly mixed things up. If Porter was content to let Dolly handle lead, he would often trade lead melodic lines with her to keep the sound fresh. Then he supported her with harmony on the chorus to give the song an extra lift. As a solo singer, Porter's earnest baritone could soar to a sustained mid-to-low tenor, and then plunge to its lowest depths, just as Dolly's gossamer soprano could laser in on a straight-ahead melody for storytelling, then leap to ethereal trills and frothy curlicues. But as a team, their hand-in-glove, close-fitting harmonies became their trademark. Listeners ate it up.

By the time they ended the duets in the 1970s, they'd scored twenty-one hit collaborations, including We'll Get Ahead Someday (1968), Just Someone I Used to Know (1969), Better Move It On Home (1971), The Right Combination (1972), Please Don't Stop Loving Me (1974), and Making Plans (1980).

  With the release of their first album, 'Just Between You And Me'in 1968, it was the tightness of their sound that impressed almost everyone who heard it. The naturalness of their vocal blend--what Dolly called "family" and Porter referred to as "blood harmony"--was equally matched by their personal chemistry and the glitter and glitz (Dolly called it "gaude") of their stage costumes. However over-the-top Porter's rhinestone Nudie (and Manuel) suits seemed to some, to country people of their generations, Porter and Dolly's onstage finery represented a symbolic act of shaking the farm dirt off their boots and stepping into the modern world. And beneath Dolly's flash and "trash," as she called her look, beat the heart of a hillbilly savant.

"The quality of their sugar-and-vinegar duet work is often underestimated," the late Martha Hume observed, "because their rhinestone-encrusted appearance was so spectacular. But their success made 'Porter 'n' Dolly' a household phrase."

Duet teams were nothing new in country music when Porter and Dolly first met at RCA's Studio B on October 10-12, 1967 to lay down twelve songs. The 1930s produced a plethora of harmony duos, from the prominent sibling acts of Bill and Charlie Monroe and the Carlisle Brothers (both of which later parted to pursue separate careers), to the married couple of Lulu Belle and Scotty Wiseman, who logged a quarter century on the National Barn Dance, the popular radio show over Chicago's powerful WLS. Other influential duos followed in the 1940s and 1950s, including the Louvin Brothers and the bluegrass teams of Flatt and Scruggs and the Stanley Brothers.

However, the male-female combination allowed not only for novelties and folk songs, but in the late 1960s, modern songs of love conquered and divided. In January 1968, when Porter and Dolly recorded Jerry Chesnut's pathos-ridden Holding On To Nothin', Porter suggesting they draw out some of the syllables to amp up the pain of the lyric, the two singers established that they had come to stay. Critic John Morthland wrote that the performance was the most dramatic, urgent, and sorrowful of their collaborations to date. From this one recording alone, Morthland declared, "They made all the other duet teams sound like footnotes."

Today, writer-musician Jon D. Weisberger, reflecting on the George-Tammy, Conway-Loretta, Porter-Dolly triad, points out that the bluegrass music training Porter received with one of his first bands, the Blue Ridge Boys, helped him wring the utmost emotion from a vocal. "He might not have been the only one in those duets to use the low tenor," Weisberger says, "but he used it more consistently and more smartly than just about anyone else in a male-female country duo until Royce Kendall [of The Kendalls] came along. 'Holding On To Nothin'' is about as good a duet record as you'll ever hear."

The Country Music Association agreed that the two had The Right Combination, as Porter titled a song and album from 1972, voting them the Vocal Group of the Year in 1968, 1970, and 1971. But after that, Conway and Loretta (After The Fire Is Gone) and George and Tammy (We're Gonna Hold On) were hot on their trail, singing songs that suggested a true-life romantic entanglement, which was certainly true in the case of Jones and Wynette, who had become husband and wife.

From a purely vocal standpoint, however, Porter and Dolly's challengers couldn't touch them. As Duane Gordon, editor and publisher at 'Dollymania.net: The Online Dolly Parton Newsmagazine,' puts it, "Those duos sounded good together, but they didn't sound as tight vocally when they sang together. When Conway and Loretta sang, you heard Conway Twitty sing and Loretta Lynn sing. When George and Tammy sang, you heard George Jones sing and Tammy Wynette sing. When Porter and Dolly sang, you heard Porter and Dolly."

Though they were nearly twenty years apart in age, enough to make them more like father and daughter than contemporaries, they initially had an easy understanding that made them seem, as they wrote in a duet they recorded in late 1970, Two Of A Kind. Both Porter and Dolly had come up hard, with primary knowledge of small-town life informed by the poverty of mountain and rural isolation—Porter in West Plains, Missouri, in the Ozarks region, and Dolly in the coves and hollers around Sevierville, Tennessee, in the Great Smokies. They'd also been steeped in hardcore country and old time music. "Dolly," wrote Porter's biography Steve Eng, "was a throwback to centuries-old mountain singing, with a strange voice that her mother attributed to a case of burst tonsils."

By now, Dolly's biography is well known. Born in Locust Ridge, Tennessee on January 19, 1946, she grew up in an impoverished, but loving East Tennessee family, headed by a wise mother, Avie Lee Parton, who drew on Biblical stories and the fantasy of "stone soup" to help get her children by. The "magic of believing," as Dolly calls it, seems to have been a convenient escape from the stark drabness of it all, and at age five, she wrote her first song, Little Tiny Tassletop, about a corn cob doll. By seven, she was writing what she called "serious" songs.

"Mama was just always fascinated that I could rhyme stuff being so little," she remembers, "but my mother wrote, and all of her people used to write and sing, so I was around it all of my life. I loved it and kept on doing it."

 
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