Dolly (album)

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Dolly
Dolly (album cover).png
Studio album by Dolly Parton
Released September 19, 1975
Recorded RCA Studios, 1975
Genre Country
Length 31:26
Label RCA Records
Producer Porter Wagoner
Dolly Parton chronology
Best of Dolly Parton
(1975)Best of Dolly Parton1975
Dolly
(1975)
All I Can Do
(1976)All I Can Do1976
Singles from Dolly
  1. "The Seeker" / "Love with Feeling"
    Released: June 7, 1975
  2. "We Used To" / "My Heart Started Breaking"
    Released: September 27, 1975
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link
Robert Christgau C+[1]

Dolly is the 16th solo studio album by American entertainer Dolly Parton, released on September 19, 1975. It is sometimes referred to as Dolly: The Seeker • We Used To to differentiate it from Parton's 2009 4-disc, career-spanning box set Dolly. The first single, "The Seeker," peaked at #2, and was later covered by Merle Haggard; the follow-up single, "We Used To", with its "Stairway to Heaven"-inspired guitar intro, reached #9. The album reached # 14 on the country album charts.

The B-Side of "The Seeker" was a song written by Parton titled "Love with Feeling." It has never appeared on any other release and it is among Parton's harder to find recordings, as it is only available on the 45 single release of "The Seeker."

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Dolly Parton.

Side one
No. Title Recording date Length
1. "We Used To" December 9, 1974 3:14
2. "The Love I Used to Call Mine" December 26, 1973 2:50
3. "My Heart Started Breaking" April 16, 1971 3:23
4. "Most of All, Why?" May 24, 1974 3:03
5. "Bobby's Arms" December 1, 1973 2.40
Side two
No. Title Recording date Length
6. "The Seeker" December 9, 1974 3:02
7. "Hold Me" February 1, 1973 2:36
8. "Because I Love You" unknown 2:16
9. "Only the Memory Remains" unknown 2:49
10. "I'll Remember You as Mine" August 22, 1972 2:48

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Christgau, Robert. "Dolly Parton". Robert Christgau. 

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