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is the 39th studio album by Those Were the Days Dolly Parton, released on October 11, 2005. The title comes from the first song on the album, and features Parton singing 1960s and 1970s folk and pop songs in a bluegrass fashion with some of the artists who originally recorded those songs. The album's selections were featured on Parton's concurrent Vintage Tour.
Guest artists [ edit ]
Artists lending their vocals or musicianship to the album included
Judy Collins, Jan Howard, Roger McGuinn, Nickel Creek, Rhonda Vincent, Mindy Smith, Kris Kristofferson, Mary Hopkin, Keith Urban, Lee Ann Womack, Yusuf Islam (formerly known as Cat Stevens), and Alison Krauss. Parton told Jon Stewart in an interview on to promote the album that she had invited The Daily Show Bob Dylan to sing on " Blowin' in the Wind", but that he declined (though she added that she was not sure whether Dylan himself declined or the refusal came from his management); Joni Mitchell was scheduled to join Parton, Collins and Vincent on "Both Sides Now", but could not participate due to illness.
Track listing [ edit ]
Those Were the Days" (with Mary Hopkin, Porter Wagoner, The Opry Gang and the Moscow Circus) Boris Fomin, Gene Raskin
Blowin' in the Wind" (with Nickel Creek)
Bob Dylan 3:22
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" (with Norah Jones, Lee Ann Womack) Pete Seeger, Joe Hickerson
The Twelfth of Never" (with Keith Urban)
Jerry Livingston, Paul Francis Webster 3:17
Where Do the Children Play?" (with Yusuf Islam)
Cat Stevens 3:24
Me and Bobby McGee" (with Kris Kristofferson)
Kris Kristofferson, Fred Foster 3:50
Crimson and Clover" (with Tommy James) Tommy James, Peter Lucia Jr.
"The Cruel War"
(with Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski and Mindy Smith) Traditional
Turn, Turn, Turn" (with Roger McGuinn)
Book of Ecclesiastes, Pete Seeger 3:18
If I Were a Carpenter" (with Joe Nichols)
Tim Hardin 2:56
Both Sides Now" (with Rhonda Vincent and Judy Collins)
Joni Mitchell 3:34
Imagine" (with David Foster)
John Lennon 3:51
The album sold 57,000 copies in its first week of release.
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