Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Holding on to Nothin’
Dolly Parton with Porter Wagoner 4 2:31
2 In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)
Dolly Parton 4 2:47
3 Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)
Dolly Parton 3:11
4 Just Someone I Used to Know
Dolly Parton with Porter Wagoner 3 2:23
5 Coat of Many Colors
Dolly Parton 3 3:06
6 Joshua
Dolly Parton 3:01
7 Jolene
Dolly Parton 4.35 2:42
8 My Tennessee Mountain Home
Dolly Parton 3:09
9 Love Is Like a Butterfly
Dolly Parton 2:23
10 The Seeker
Dolly Parton 3:04
11 The Bargain Store
Dolly Parton 2:43
12 Light of a Clear Blue Morning
Dolly Parton 4:58
13 I Will Always Love You
Dolly Parton 3 2:57
14 Here You Come Again
Dolly Parton 2:59
15 Two Doors Down
Dolly Parton 3:03
16 Heartbreaker
Dolly Parton 3:35
17 Old Flames (Can’t Hold a Candle to You)
Dolly Parton 3:27
18 It’s All Wrong, but It’s All Right
Dolly Parton 3:17
19 9 to 5
Dolly Parton 4 2:47
20 Tennessee Homesick Blues
Dolly Parton 3:22
21 But You Know I Love You
Dolly Parton 3:17
22 Islands in the Stream
Dolly Parton with Kenny Rogers 4:11
23 Why’d You Come in Here Lookin’ Like That
Dolly Parton 2:35
24 Rockin’ Years
Dolly Parton with Ricky Van Shelton 3:28
25 It’s Sure Gonna Hurt
Dolly Parton 2:17

Credits

CD 1

fiddle:
Johnny Gimble (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Mack Magaha (Bluegrass Fiddler) (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
trumpet:
Jerry Hey (1980) (track 19)
drums:
Ralph Gallant (1973-06) (track 13)
Kenny Malone (session drummer/percussion) (1973-06) (track 7)
Richard Schlosser (drummer) (1980) (track 19)
guitar:
Dolly Parton (1972-05-03) (track 7)
Jimmy Colvard (1973-06) (track 13)
Dave Kirby (American session guitarist and singer/songwriter) (1973-06) (track 13)
Dolly Parton (1973-06) (track 13)
Jeff Baxter (1980) (track 19)
Martin K. Walsh (1980) (track 19)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Dave Kirby (American session guitarist and singer/songwriter) (1973-06) (track 7)
bass:
Bobby Dyson (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Abraham LaBoriel (1980) (track 19)
banjo:
Bobby Thompson (guitar & banjo player) (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Buck Trent (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
electric guitar:
Jimmy Colvard (1973-06) (track 7)
percussion:
Leonard Castro (1980) (track 19)
steel guitar:
Stu Basore (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
saxophone:
Tom Saviano (1980) (track 19)
piano:
Hargus "Pig" Robbins (1973-06) (track 7)
Larry Knechtel (1980) (track 19)
baritone saxophone:
Kim S. Hutchcroft (1980) (track 19)
trombone:
William Reichenbach (jazz trombonist) (1980) (track 19)
background vocals:
Joe Babcock (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Dolores Edgin (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
June Page (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Hurshel Wiginton (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Anita Ball (1980) (track 19)
Denise Maynelli (1980) (track 19)
Stephanie Spruill (1980) (track 19)
composer:
Barry Mann (track 14)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (track 3)
Randy Thomas (songwriter) (track 23)
Bob Carlisle (US CCM vocalist) (track 23)
Jerry Chesnut (track 1)
Jack Clement (track 4)
Floyd Parton (track 24)
Mike Settle (tracks 21, 21)
Dolly Parton (tracks 2, 5–13, 15, 18–20)
engineer:
Tom Pick (tracks 7, 13)
lyricist:
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (track 3)
Bob Carlisle (US CCM vocalist) (track 23)
Jerry Chesnut (track 1)
Jack Clement (track 4)
Floyd Parton (track 24)
Mike Settle (tracks 21, 21)
Cynthia Weil (track 14)
Dolly Parton (tracks 2, 5–13, 15, 18–20)
performer:
Ricky Van Shelton (track 24)
producer:
Bob Ferguson (tracks 7, 9, 13)
publisher:
Dolly Parton (track 24)
vocals:
Ricky Van Shelton (track 24)
Kenny Rogers (track 22)
Porter Wagoner (track 4)
Dolly Parton (tracks 4, 8–11, 14–15, 20, 22–24)
Dolly Parton (1970) (track 6)
Dolly Parton (1971) (track 5)
Dolly Parton (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
Dolly Parton (1980) (track 19)
writer:
Barry Gibb (track 22)
Maurice Gibb (track 22)
Robin Gibb (track 22)
Hugh Moffatt (tracks 17, 17)
Carole Bayer Sager (tracks 16, 16)
Pebe Sebert (American singer-songwriter, mother of Ke$ha) (tracks 17, 17)
David Wolfert (tracks 16, 16)
phonographic copyright by:
BMG Entertainment (1973) (track 7)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1973) (tracks 7–8)
RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (1974) (track 9)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1974) (tracks 9, 13)
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (1975) (track 10)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1975) (track 11)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1977) (track 14)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1978) (track 15)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1980) (track 19)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1983) (track 22)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1984) (track 20)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1989) (track 23)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1991) (track 24)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 7, 9, 13)
Crompton Songs (track 22)
Fox Fanfare Music (track 19)
Gibb Brothers Music (track 22)
Glad Music Co. (track 4)
Jack Music, Inc. (track 4)
Owepar Publishing Inc. (tracks 6–7, 10, 13)
Screen Gems–EMI Music (tracks 14, 19, 22)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (track 23)
Sprocket Music Inc. (track 20)
Summerhill Songs (tracks 14, 22)
Velvet Apple Music (tracks 5–11, 13, 15, 19–20)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1973-06) (tracks 7, 13)
edits:
Jolene by Disco Tech (track 7)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 217) (track 7)
cover recording of:
Heartbreaker (track 16)
later parody versions:
Brolin (Jolene) (track 7)
later translated versions:
L'Amore sei tu (track 13)
ジョリーン (track 7)
later versions:
New Mule Skinner Blues (revised lyrics, first recorded by Bill Monroe ca. 1950) (track 3)
recording of:
Heartbreaker (track 16)
Here You Come Again (track 14)
Joshua (track 6)
My Tennessee Mountain Home (1973 Dolly Parton song) (track 8)
Rockin’ Years (track 24)
Tennessee Homesick Blues (Rhinestone) (track 20)
The Bargain Store (track 11)
The Seeker (Dolly Parton song) (track 10)
Two Doors Down (track 15)
Coat of Many Colors (1972) (track 5)
I Will Always Love You (1973-06) (track 13)
Jolene (Dolly Parton song) (1973-06) (track 7)
Love Is Like a Butterfly (1974) (track 9)
9 to 5 (1980) (track 19)

Release Group

part of: Legendary Country Singers (Time-Life Music) (number: 19)