A Real Live Dolly

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A Real Live Dolly
Live album by Dolly Parton
Released July 1970
Recorded April 25, 1970, Sevierville, Tennessee
Genre Country
Length 39:51
Label RCA Nashville
Producer Bob Ferguson
Dolly Parton chronology
As Long as I Love
(1970)
A Real Live Dolly
(1970)
The Best of Dolly Parton
(1970)

A Real Live Dolly is a live concert album by Dolly Parton, released in July 1970. It was recorded on April 25, 1970 in Sevierville, Tennessee, USA.

The album was recorded at Sevierville (Parton's hometown) High School during their annual Dolly Day. It was a celebration they held in honor of their famed (and soon-to-be most famous) resident. It was arranged by Porter Wagoner, who appears on several tracks.

A Real Live Dolly was included as a bonus disk for pre-orders of Dolly Parton's self-titled career-spanning box set, that was released in October 2009. This version of the album included four bonus tracks not found on the originally; live versions of "Just Because I'm a Woman," "Coat of Many Colors," "Daddy Come and Get Me," and "He's a Go Getter." It was released on iTunes in March 2010.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Wabash Cannonball"
  2. "You Gotta Be My Baby"
  3. "Tall Man"
  4. Medley: "Dumb Blonde"/"Something Fishy"/"Put It Off Until Tomorrow"
  5. "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy"
  6. "Y'all Come"
  7. "Bloody Bones (A Story for Kids)"
  8. "Presentation"
  9. "Comedy By Speck Rhodes"
  10. "Run That By Me One More Time" (with Porter Wagoner)
  11. "Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark" (with Porter Wagoner)
  12. "Tomorrow Is Forever" (with Porter Wagoner)
  13. "Two Sides To Every Story" (with Porter Wagoner)
  14. "How Great Thou Art"
    Additional tracks appearing on the 2009 reissue
  15. "Just Because I'm a Woman" (This version appeared on the 2003 reissue of Just Because I'm a Woman)
  16. "Daddy Come and Get Me"
  17. "He's a Go Getter"
  18. "Coat of Many Colors" (This version appeared on the 2003 reissue of Just Because I'm a Woman)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1970) Peak
Position
The Billboard 200 (U.S.) 154
U.S. Top Country Albums 32

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