Singer, Songwriter & Legendary Performer

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Singer, Songwriter & Legendary Performer
Dolly Parton CD.jpg
Compilation album (live and studio) by Dolly Parton
Released February 25, 2007 (2007-02-25)
Genre Country
Length 41:16
Label Dolly Records
Producer Dolly Parton
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Singer, Songwriter & Legendary Performer is a 2007 album by Dolly Parton released exclusively through Britain's Daily Mail and Dolly Records to support her European Tour 2007.

Album information[edit]

In anticipation of her first, large scale European tour in more than 20 years, Parton released Singer, Songwriter, and Legendary Performer through her own Dolly Records and in conjunction with The Mail on Sunday as a free CD giveaway.

The album contained twelve tracks and eleven of those were never before released live and studio versions of Parton classics. The first six tracks of the album featured live, concert versions of Parton songs. The remaining six were studio versions, recorded specifically for the album.

"Travelin' Thru" originally recorded for the film Transamerica, was the only song featured on the disc that was not newly recorded.

Track listing[edit]

All songs were written by Dolly Parton.

  1. "Baby I'm Burning"
  2. "Two Doors Down"
  3. "The Grass Is Blue"
  4. "Jolene"
  5. "9 to 5"
  6. "Hello God"
  7. "Coat of Many Colors"
  8. "These Old Bones"
  9. "Little Sparrow"
  10. "God's Coloring Book"
  11. "I Will Always Love You"
  12. "Travelin' Thru"

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