Just Between You and Me (Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton album)

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Just Between You and Me
Just Between You and Me (Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner album - cover art).jpg
Studio album by Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
Released January 1968
Recorded RCA Studio "B", Nashville, September 1967
Genre Country music
Label RCA Victor
Producer Bob Ferguson
Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton chronology
Just Between You and Me
(1967)
Just the Two of Us
(1968)
Singles from Just Between You and Me
  1. "The Last Thing on My Mind" / "Love Is Worth Living"
    Released: November 1967

Just Between You and Me is Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton's first duet album, released in January 1968, shortly after Parton joined Wagoner's band and became a regular on his weekly television show (and signed with RCA Victor). The album's single was a cover of Tom Paxton's "The Last Thing on My Mind"; the album and the single reached the top ten on the country albums and singles charts, respectively. The title song, written by Jack Clement, had been a top-ten hit for Charley Pride earlier in 1967. Parton originally wrote "Put it Off Until Tomorrow" for artist Bill Phillips. (She sang uncredited harmony vocals on his top-ten 1966 recording of the song.) Parton also sang the song solo on her 1967 debut album, Hello, I'm Dolly.

Track listing[edit]

Track listing, writing credits and track length adapted from LP sleeve.[1]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Because One of Us Was Wrong"   Dolly Parton, Bill Owens 2:04
2. "The Last Thing on My Mind"   Tom Paxton 2:34
3. "Love Is Worth Living"   Dolly Parton 2:32
4. "Just Between You and Me"   Jack Clement 2:18
5. "Mommie, Ain't That Daddy?"   Dolly Parton 3:11
6. "Four O Thirty Three"   Bill Owens, Earl Montgomery 2:45
7. "Sorrow's Tearing Down the House (That Happiness Once Built)"   Mel Tillis, Kent Westberry 2:23
8. "This Time Has Gotta Be Our Last Time"   Bill Owens 2:26
9. "Before I Met You"   Charles L. Seitz, Joe Lewis, Elmer Rader 1:52
10. "Home Is Where the Hurt Is"   Fred MacRae, Marge Barton 2:10
11. "Two Sides to Every Story"   Dolly Parton, Bill Owens 2:17
12. "Put It Off Until Tomorrow"   Dolly Parton, Bill Owens 2:27

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart (1968) Peak chart
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[2] 8

Single[edit]

Year Single US
Country
1967 "The Last Thing on My Mind" 7

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