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  • Performer: Dolly Parton
  • Album: Think About Love
  • FLAC: 1262 mb | MP3: 1150 mb
  • Released: 1987
  • Country: US
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Dolly Parton - Think About Love album flac

Tracklist

A Think About Love
B Baby I'm Burnin'

Notes

From the new TV-2 LP The Very Best Of Kenny Rogers & And Dolly Parton

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PB-14218 Dolly Parton Think About Love ‎(7") RCA PB-14218 US 1985
PB 49995 Dolly Parton Think About Love ‎(7") RCA PB 49995 UK 1985
104494 Dolly Parton Think About Love ‎(7", Single) RCA 104494 New Zealand 1985
104494 Dolly Parton Think About Love ‎(7", Single) RCA 104494 Australia 1985
JK-14218 Dolly Parton Think About Love ‎(7", Single, Promo, Ora) RCA JK-14218 US 1985

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Songs in album Dolly Parton - Best Of Dolly Parton, Vol. 3 (1987).

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Real Love is the twenty-seventh solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on January 21, 1985, by RCA Records. The album was produced by David Malloy (best known for his work with Eddie Rabbitt), and would be Parton's last studio album for RCA Records, her label for the previous eighteen years. The album included the country singles "Real Love" (a duet with Kenny Rogers that also reached on the .

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Dolly Parton ‎– Real Love. Label: RCA ‎– AHL1-5414. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. A1. Think About Love. Written-By – R. (Spady) Brannon, T. Campbell. A2. Tie Our Love (In A Double Knot). Written-By – J. Silbar, J. Reid. Written-By – D. Parton.

Dolly Parton singles discography. The singles discography of American country singer Dolly Parton includes more than 100 singles and 50 music videos. After releasing two unsuccessful singles as a teenager, Parton signed a recording contract with Monument Records in 1964, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee shortly afterward, releasing a series of singles on the label, the highest charting being her 1965 single "Happy Happy Birthday Baby"

Dolly Parton's new album (Photo: Handout). What makes Can’t Be That Wrong especially remarkable is its lack of judgment. I wrote this song from true feelings, Parton says. It’s about someone I know very well, who loved the person they had at home but they fell head over heels for someone else. This was so overwhelming that they were both just torn to pieces. I saw firsthand how sincere they were in their love. With pure love conspicuously absent as a topic for many modern country songs, Parton admits that Pure & Simple may not get a lot of radio airplay. It would be wonderful if it did but I’m not expecting it because I had to write what I feel.

Dolly Parton has had such a lengthy career it's easy to forget her early years in Music City singing with Porter Wagoner led to some of her best work. Wagoner and Parton's 1967 duet "The Last Thing On My Mind," written by Tom Paxton, went to No. 6 on the country chart. Dolly and Porter would go on to have a string of top 10 hits for the next six years with songs like "If Teardrops Were Pennies" and "Just Between You and M. 11. "My Tennessee Mountain Home". The Grass is Blue," from Parton's 1999 bluegrass album of the same name, further proved that no one could write about heartbreak and desperation quite like her. The album helped boost Parton's career and, along with the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack, brought bluegrass to mainstream audiences. Parton's 1971 hit "Joshua" became her first single to hit No. 1 on the country charts.