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Dolly Parton - Those Were The Days

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Label/Catalog Number: Sugar Hill

Release Date: Oct. 11

It is hard not to like a Dolly Parton record. The legend has such an appealing voice, full of warmth and tenderness (and fiery spunk when she wants), and it is put to great use on "Those Were the Days." This covers set highlights many poignant hits from the late '50s through the '70s, all produced (by Parton herself) with the same spirit heard on her recent bluegrass albums. The album boasts an all-star cast of collaborators, including Norah Jones, Keith Urban and Alison Krauss. The most successful pairing is Parton's duet with Joe Nichols on "If I Were a Carpenter," which could be a surprise country radio hit. Sales should be solid—her trio of bluegrass albums has sold more than 600,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan; Parton is on tour; and the lineup of guests adds instant consumer appeal. —

Keith Caulfield - October 15, 2005

http://www.billboard.com/bb/reviews/album_...t_id=1001262310

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I just got that cd a few minutes ago and have not had a chance to listen to it yet. :lol:

Once I saw the track list I just had to give it a try. :)

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