Bubbling Over (album)

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Bubbling Over
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Studio album by Dolly Parton
Released September 10, 1973
Recorded RCA Studio B, Nashville
Genre Country
Length 24:41
Label RCA Records
Producer Bob Ferguson
Dolly Parton chronology
My Tennessee Mountain Home
(1973)
Bubbling Over
(1973)
Jolene
(1974)
Singles from Bubbling Over
  1. "Traveling Man"
    Released: May 19, 1973
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Robert ChristgauB+[1]
Allmusic3/5 stars[2]

Bubbling Over is the 12th solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released in September 1973 by RCA Victor. It was produced by Bob Ferguson (though, as with all of Parton's early albums for RCA Records, Porter Wagoner also had an uncredited hand in the production), and included the country top-twenty single "Traveling Man" (not to be confused with the Ricky Nelson song of the same name), a re-recording of a song which Parton had first included on 1971's Coat of Many Colors album. "Afraid to Live and Afraid of Dying", a rare topical song by Parton, makes mention with the environmentalists of the early 1970s.

Two different versions of the album were released: the normal two-channel stereo version and a Quadradisc with four channels of sound.

The album cover photo was shot by Nashville photographer Les Leverett near the fountain at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Dolly Parton except where noted.

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Recording dateLength
1."Bubbling Over" May 22, 19732:20
2."Traveling Man" April 9, 19732:12
3."Alabama Sundown"Dave Kirby, Danny MorrisonDecember 14, 19712:31
4."Afraid to Live and Afraid of Dying"Porter WagonerMay 19, 19722:04
5."Love with Me" February 1, 19732:15
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Recording dateLength
6."My Kind of Man" December 12, 19722:25
7."Sometimes an Old Memory Gets in My Eye"Bill OwensFebruary 1, 19732:20
8."Pleasant as May" January 26, 19712:34
9."The Beginning" January 11, 19722:35
10."Love, You're So Beautiful Tonight"WagonerMay 19, 19723:09

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