Rhinestone (film soundtrack)

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Rhinestone (film soundtrack)
Soundtrack album by Dolly Parton
Released May 29, 1984
Recorded 1984
Genre Soundtrack
Label RCA Records
Producer Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton chronology
The Great Pretender
Once Upon a Christmas (with Kenny Rogers)
Singles from Rhinestone (film soundtrack)
  1. "Tennessee Homesick Blues"
    Released: June 1984
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1/5 stars[1]

Rhinestone is the soundtrack album from the 1984 film of the same name starring Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone. The Dolly Parton-composed soundtrack produced two Top Ten country singles: "God Won't Get You" and the chart-topping "Tennessee Homesick Blues". Parton stated in her memoirs, My Life and Other Unfinished Business, that she regards the soundtrack album as some of the best work she's done, though the film was largely regarded as a critical and commercial flop. She also cites "What a Heartache" as a personal favorite of all the songs she has written, and she has since re-recorded it twice to the Eagle When She Flies album in 1991, and the Halos & Horns album in 2002. This soundtrack is currently out of print on CD and Vinyl. It was released digitally for the first time on 4 December 2015.

Track listing[edit]

All songs performed by Dolly Parton except where noted.

  1. "Tennessee Homesick Blues"
  2. "Too Much Water" by Randy Parton
  3. "The Day My Baby Died" by Rusty Buchanan
  4. "One Emotion After Another"
  5. "Goin' Back to Heaven" by Stella Parton and Kin Vassy
  6. "What a Heartache"
  7. "Stay Out of My Bedroom" and Sylvester Stallone
  8. "Woke Up in Love" and Sylvester Stallone
  9. "God Won't Get You"
  10. "Drinkinstein" by Sylvester Stallone
  11. "Sweet Lovin' Friends" by Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone
  12. "Waltz Me to Heaven" by Floyd Parton
  13. "Butterflies"
  14. "Be There" and Sylvester Stallone

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1984) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[2] 32
U.S. Billboard 200[2] 135



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