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|Studio album by Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton|
|Recorded||RCA's Studio "B", Nashville, 1972|
|Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton chronology|
Together Always was a 1972 studio album by Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. It contained their hit "Lost Forever in Your Kiss", which reached the U.S. country top ten and the title track which reached #14. The humorous "Ten Four, Over and Out" exploited the C.B. radio craze a few years before it became a major phenomeon in the USA. The album features liner notes written by both Wagoner and Parton in their own handwriting reproduced.
The album is one of the few consisting entirely of songs composed by either Parton or Wagoner, although most of their albums are heavy self-penned songs.
"Poor Folks Town" was later recorded as a solo by Parton on her 1980 best-selling album 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs.
- "Together Always" (Dolly Parton)
- "Love's All Over" (Wagoner)
- "Christina" (Parton)
- "Poor Folks Town" (Parton)
- "Take Away" (Wagoner)
- "Ten Four, Over and Out" (Wagoner)
- "Lost Forever In Your Kiss" (Parton)
- "Anyplace You Want To Go" (Wagoner)
- "Looking Down" (Wagoner)
- "You and Me, Her and Him" (Wagoner)