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Dolly Parton Has Few Peers, And No One In Music Will Deny Her Powers As A Singer, A Storyteller And A Pop Star. From Her First National Hit In 1967, The Ironically Titled 'Dumb Blonde' (Nobody With A Lick Of Sense Ever Accused Dolly Of That!) And The Legendary '70s Duets With Porter Wagoner, From Her First Number One Single ('Joshua') In 1970 To Her 26th Number One In 1991 ('Rockin' Years,' A Duet With Ricky Shelton) And All Train Stops In Between, Dolly Has It All. 'To Know Him Is To Love Him' From The Fertile Three-Way Collaboration With Linda Ronstadt And Emmylou Harris, The Amazing Crossover Pop Smashes, Including The Heartfelt Duet With Kenny Rogers 'Islands In The Stream,' As Well As Revered Juke Box Staples '9 To 5' And 'Here You Come Again,' This 101 Track/4 Cd Treasure Trove Covers All The Bases. You May Never Have To Leave Home Again, But If You Do, Be Sure To Take Dolly Along For The Ride. First-Ever Multi-Label, Career-Spanning Box Set For Dolly! 4 Cds, Over 100 Songs Includes Her Biggest Hits, Rarities, And Duets From Monument, Rca Victor, And Columbia + Seven Previously Unreleased Songs Introduction Written By Singer-Songwriter Laura Cantrell, And New Liner Notes Written By Noted Dolly Parton Historian Holly George-Warren Features Never-Before-Seen Photos And Rare Memorabilia! All The Big Hits, Including Jolene, 9 To 5, Coat Of Many Colors, Joshua, I Will Always Love You. Rarities And Previously Unreleased Tracks.

Disc: 1
1. Puppy Love
2. Girl Left Alone
3. Gonna Hurry (As Slow As I Can) [#][Demo Version]
4. It's Sure Gonna Hurt
5. The Love You Gave
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Disc: 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 That I Used To Know
See all 26 tracks on this disc
Disc: 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
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Disc: 4
1. Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You
2. 9 To 5 [From 9 To 5]
3. But You Know I Love You
4. Single Women
5. Heartbreak Express
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 26, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: October 26, 2009
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Box set
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • ASIN: B002CKCV3U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,797 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

This set is a perfect introduction for a new Dolly fan or a perfect addition for a fan who throught they had it all!
Timothy A. Poole
All of Dolly's huge hits are available here including "9 to 5", "I Will Always love You", "Jolene", "Joshua", "Heartbreaker", "Islands In The Stream", and many more.
Terrance Richard
The entire vibe of 'Dolly' feels as if it's celebrating Dolly Parton and her great accomplishments and versatility as an artist.
Antoine D. Reid

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Terrance Richard TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 26, 2009
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Well here it is, a spectacular boxset on Dolly Parton. A few medicore boxsets on Dolly have been released over the years, but they all pale in comparison to this beautiful gem.

Featuring an informative sixty page booklet on Miss Parton with rare pictures never seen before, the crowning jewel are seven tracks never released from Dolly's various record labels. The newly released songs are "Gonna Hurry (As Slow As I Can) which is one of the first songs Dolly ever recorded back in the 1950's; "Nobody But You" recorded when Dolly was 16 years old on Mercury Records; "I've Known You All My Life" from Dolly's Monument period; "Everything's Beautiful (In It's Own Way) that was originally recorded for "The Fairest of Them All" album in 1969; "God's Coloring Book" recorded during the "Coat of Many Colors" 1971 sessions; and finally "Eugene Oregon" and "What Will Baby Be" from 1972's "My Tennessee Mountain Home" album recordings. Out of these seven wonderful tracks four are really standouts; "Gonna Hurry" is true Dolly and she proves even at 10 years of age not only would she be a huge country music star, but a pop superstar. Her voice is pure, strong, original and unmistakingly Dolly. "Everything's Beautiful" is a song Dolly wrote before she came to Nashville and it is truely one of the most beautiful songs she has ever written. It was the song Dolly sang to Porter Wagoner the very day he called her to his office in 1967 to hire her as his "girl singer" on his TV and road show. "God's Coloring Book", that was later recorded for Dolly's 1977 "Here You Come Again" album, is far superior than the remake. You can hear a lot of the "Coat of Many Colors" sound and Dolly's vocal is impeccable and crystle pure.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Allen Chapman VINE VOICE on October 28, 2009
Format: Audio CD
For years Dolly fans have been waiting for a definitive boxed set from her. "Dolly" comes pretty close to being just that. With 99 tracks spread across four CD's there is an awful lot to like here. The set starts off with her very first recording "Puppy Love" and goes up thru 1992's "Romeo". Along the way are her solo hits as well as her duets with Porter Wagoner. The set follows her career from the small GoldBand record label thru her stay at Columbia, the main focus being of course her long tenure with RCA. The set begins with a string of early singles recorded for Monument Records when Dolly was being pushed towards a Brenda Lee/girl group sound. The songs are catchy, but nothing like what she would eventually find fame with. After that and her connection with Porter Wagoner do the really great songs start coming. All of the hits are her from "Jolene" and "Joshua" to "I Will Always Love You", "Here You Come Again" and of course "9 to 5". Not to mention some great album cuts like "The Bridge", "Down From Dover" and many more.
For as great as the set is, there are few complaints. First is the fact that it ends in 1992. Dolly has continued to release some incredible records since then (such as her fantastic bluegrass albums from the past decade). Another complaint is that the massively successfull "Trio" album with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt is not represented at all. Despite having tons of great tracks, it's a shame they couldn't find room for her 1983 song "Appalachian Memories" one of her masterpieces. Finally, disc four is the least interesting of the bunch, the songs on disc four have been reissued so many times over the past several years that the disc is pretty redundant.
Complaints aside this is the best collection of Dolly's work out there. It's not THE definitive set, but it is the best there is. A treat for long time fans as well as those who may be just now discovering Dolly.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By hyperbolium on October 27, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Quick Take: 4-discs; nearly 5 hours of music; multi-label compilation spanning 1957-1993; superb, rarely heard early sides; deep helping of RCA catalog; select tracks from Columbia catalog; solos and duets; 8 previously unreleased tracks; 62 page booklet featuring a new 5,000-word biographical essay, vintage pictures and record cover reproductions. Missing are Parton's trio work with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt, and her terrific post-1993 back-to-basics work on MCA and Sugar Hill.


Dolly Parton's outsized personality has occasionally obscured the fact that she's one of America's all-time greatest songwriters and an exceptional vocalist who effortlessly crossed from country to pop and back again. Her early years as Porter Wagoner's girl singer and duet partner, her television fame, her climb to solo country stardom, her painful split with Wagoner (brilliantly memorialized in her parting "I Will Always Love You," a three-time hit for Parton and a worldwide chart-topper for Whitney Houston), her crossover to pop, Hollywood filmmaking and theme parks, and finally, her return to country and bluegrass roots have shown Parton to be an artist of unparalleled vision, depth and humanity.

Parton's commercial success has stretched over four decades, including an incredible string of hit singles (including 25 U.S. #1s) and albums (including 42 U.S. top-10s and 6 chart-toppers), and multiple live recordings, soundtracks and collaborations. She's won gold and platinum records, Grammys, AMAs, CMAs, ACMs, and has been nominated for Oscar, Tony and Golden Globe awards. She's a member of the Grand Ole Opry, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the recipient of numerous national awards and tributes.
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anybody get this damaged
Did you play Disc 4 before you decided to return it? My copy came with Disc 4 off the holder and with several scratches, but it plays and imports to iTunes fine.

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