Dolly, Dolly, Dolly is the twenty-second solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on April 14, 1980, by RCA Records. Coming at the height of her late 1970s-1980s quest for pop success, the album was her least traditional country-sounding album to that point, with a number of songs bordering on disco. Though the album's two singles, "Starting Over Again" (written by Donna Summer and Bruce Sudano) and "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" topped the U.S. country charts ("Starting Over Again" also hit #36 on the pop charts), the album is generally regarded by critics, as well as Parton's fans, as one of the least satisfying albums of her career; it was almost universally panned at the time of its release; of the major press, only People Magazine reviewed it favorably. The album was noteworthy for being one of the only Parton albums to that point not to include a single of her own compositions; it was composed entirely of covers.
In 2007, the album was re-issused in the UK as a "two-fer", along with 1979's Great Balls of Fire, marking the first time it was available on CD. Sony released it as a solo CD in 2007.