Dolly Parton - Hello I'm Dolly/As Long as I Live mp3 downloadPerformer: Dolly Parton
Title: Hello I'm Dolly/As Long as I Live
Released: April 7, 2008
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Dolly Parton - Hello I'm Dolly/As Long as I Live mp3 download
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As Long as I Love is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on June 8, 1970, by Monument Records. The album is made up of songs Parton had recorded while signed to Monument Records. She left the label in 1967 to sign with RCA Victor after having released only one album. Three of the songs had previously been issued on singles, the remaining nine songs were previously unreleased.
8. Habit I Can't Break. 9. I'm Not Worth The Tears. The sound quality is an A-. The songs are lifted from the 1988 "The World of Dolly Parton, Volume II" CD. I compared the tracks from that CD to the tracks on the CDR and they are exactly the same quality and sound wise. There is no remastering (despite what the insert says). This is not one of Dolly's better albums, just an album of unreleased songs recorded during her brief Monument days. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Dolly Rebecca Parton (born January 19, 1946) is an American singer, songwriter, t, record producer, actress, author, businesswoman, and philanthropist, known primarily for her work in country music. After achieving success as a songwriter for others, Dolly Parton made her album debut in 1967, with her album Hello, I'm Dolly . Yes I've hurt for as long as I loved you And I'll love you for as long as I live.
In one two-fer release combining this album with As Long as I Love, the label squandered the inner gatefold on self-advertising rather than provide any information about these wonderful sessions. The personality that Parton brought to her material is here in full force.
Dolly Parton lyrics - 591 song lyrics sorted by album, including "9 To 5", "Jolene", "From Here To The Moon And Back". compilation: "As Long As I Love" (1970). Why, Why, Why I Wound Easy I Don't Want You Around Me Anymore Hillbilly Willy This Boy Has Been Hurt Daddy Won't Be Home Anymore As Long As I Love A Habit I Can't Break I'm Not Worth The Tears I Don't Trust Me Around You I Couldn't Wait Forever Too Lonely Too Long. album: "The Fairest Of Them All" (1970)
Parton released Hello, I’m Dolly on February 13, 1967 and you can certainly tell. The album doesn’t sound dated, per se. Dated implies that it’s out of style and out of fashion, whereas some of these songs hold up wonderfully today. Instead, the album sounds timely. You can tell that when she’s singing this in concerts, it’s with a wicked grin on her face. Some the songs sound far too similar and there’s very few star songs on the album.
Hello, I'm Dolly Tour. Hello, I'm Dolly Tour. Tour by Dolly Parton. The Hello, I'm Dolly Tour included new lighting, costumes, and included huge screens on the sides of the stage for each venue. Parton said: "The show itself has every color of me in it, from gospel to bluegrass to country to the bigger production numbers, and to the pop hits that I've been fortunate to do through the years. The album was supposed to be released after the tour was over, presumably in the beginning of the 2005. Those plans were pushed back however because of Parton's involvement with writing the score to 9 to 5: The Musical. It did eventually come to fruition, albeit becoming an album composed entirely of covers and was renamed Those Were The Days (2005).