Dolly Parton: The World of Dolly Parton, Vol. 1 CD Track Listing

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Dolly Parton The World of Dolly Parton, Vol. 1 (1967)
The World of Dolly Parton, Vol. 1\n1988 CBS Records, Inc.\n\n2LP Originally Released 1967\nCD Edition Released 1988 and July 1, 1991\n\nAMG EXPERT REVIEW: This captures young Dolly Parton on Monument Records circa 1967, just before she hooked up with Porter Wagoner. -- Dan Cooper\n\nAMAZON.COM CUSTOMER REVIEW\nDolly the hillbilly singer part 1, October 16, 2004\nReviewer: P D Harris "Pete the music and horse racing fan" (Leicester England)\nDolly officially began her recording career on Monument - she made recordings before that but they are mainly of curiosity value. Dolly was still maturing as a singer during her time on Monument but I love these recordings as they have little in common with her later music (even her early RCA music). Dolly's natural voice contains a lot of vibrato that she gradually eliminated over many years. On these recordings, you hear Dolly sounding exactly as she was meant to sound - pure hillbilly. \n\nThis album is a straight re-issue of the original album, Hello I'm Dolly, which yielded the country hits Dumb blonde (in which Dolly makes clear she's not dumb - she later admitted that she's not blonde either) and Something fishy (a song about a fishing trip that isn't just about fishing) \n\nApart from her own hits, Dolly gained recognition as a songwriter. Skeeter Davis had a top ten country hit with Fuel to the flame. Bill Phillips had two top ten country hits with Dolly songs (The company you keep, Put it off until tomorrow) but has since faded into obscurity. Hank Williams Junior had a minor country hit with I'm in no condition. Other great tracks include Your ole handy man (a protest against a lazy man expecting his woman to do everything), I don't want to throw rice (warning off a rival woman) and The little things (reminding us that little things sometimes matter). \n\nIf you enjoy hillbilly music, you'll love this.\n\nAMAZON.COM CUSTOMER REVIEW\nThis CD actually contains her early album "Hello, I'm Dolly", December 26, 2003\nReviewer: W. Schofield (Philadelphia, PA USA)\n"Hello, I'm Dolly" was recorded in 1967 for the Monument label. This is the only available CD version of it that I have found. It is a great album.\n\ N/A
This country cd contains 12 tracks and runs 28min 41sec.
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  1. Dolly Parton - Dumb Blonde (02:29)
  2. Dolly Parton - Your Ole Handy Man (02:11)
  3. Dolly Parton - I Don't Want To Throw Rice (02:22)
  4. Dolly Parton - Put It Off Until Tomorrow (02:18)
  5. Dolly Parton - I Wasted My Tears (02:18)
  6. Dolly Parton - Something Fishy (02:08)
  7. Dolly Parton - Fuel To The Flame (02:40)
  8. Dolly Parton - The Giving And The Taking (02:26)
  9. Dolly Parton - I'm In No Condition (02:10)
  10. Dolly Parton - The Company You Keep (02:34)
  11. Dolly Parton - I've Lived My Life (02:37)
  12. Dolly Parton - The Little Things (02:23)

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