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Dolly is not only a great singer and performer, but a master lyricist and storyteller. Her incredible commentary between songs explains her thoughts and you really get a feel of why she wrote that song. Her simple grace is amazing. She loves to entertain and that shows loud and clear in this set. When she talks about her childhood, her family and her home on the foot of the Smokey Mountains, she really shows why she is an icon.
I did shed of couple of unexpected tears while this was playing. "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Smokey Mountain Memories" and "Coat of Many Colors" are killers. They draw such emotion and with a lyric like "..so we hitched our station wagon to a star", it's a wonder there was a dry eye in the house.
I'm so proud to own this collection. Buy it and I think you'll see why.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a fabulous CD, and will have you singing along in the car. I like the live concert setting, as Dolly includes some great stories. A real toe tapperPublished 11 months ago by sher16
I absolutely love Dolly Parton and this set is wonderful! And though I bought it used, it wasn't scratched at all and played perfectly.Published on July 14, 2014 by Loves to Read Romance
Just another of Dolly's great works. I would love to own all of them, but then where would I put them all? This is a good buy and she of course did a great job.Published on November 17, 2013 by Deborah Warner
I saw the first performance of her "Hi, I'm Dolly" tour in Phoenix. I know it was being recorded for DVD and CD release. It was a fine, fine concert. Read morePublished on March 31, 2012 by J. Campbell
After a serious career lull in the mid '90's Dolly Parton suddenly found herself recognized as the artist that made a comeback with a series of bluegrass albums for the independent... Read morePublished on May 12, 2009 by Terrance Richard
Dolly is the greatest ecstatic artist alive on this planet. Thank you for being so go(o)d and loving. She has a divine voice and songs. Read morePublished on August 8, 2007 by Lulu Hermans