“Coat Of Many Colors” by Dolly Parton - album review

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TJR says

Dolly's status and reputation was undoubtedly boosted by this key release, all originals, including the hit singles “My Blue Tears”, an endearing folkie foot-tapper with excellent vocal harmonizing, and “Coat Of Many Colours”, her favourite self-penned song, a charming poverty parable.

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A1 [03:05] 4.7.png Dolly Parton - Coat Of Many Colors (Dolly Parton) Country
A2 [02:40] 5.0.png Dolly Parton - Traveling Man (Dolly Parton) Country
A3 [02:16] 6.9.png Dolly Parton - My Blue Tears (Dolly Parton) Country
A4 [02:29] 4.7.png Dolly Parton - If I Lose My Mind (Porter Wagoner) Country
A5 [02:28] 4.2.png Dolly Parton - The Mystery Of The Mystery (Porter Wagoner) Country
B1 [02:41] 5.1.png Dolly Parton - She Never Met A Man (She Didn’t Like) (Dolly Parton) Country
B2 [02:54] 4.6.png Dolly Parton - Early Morning Breeze (Dolly Parton) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [02:46] 3.4.png Dolly Parton - The Way I See You (Porter Wagoner) Country
B4 [03:19] 5.9.png Dolly Parton - Here I Am (Dolly Parton) Country
B5 [02:39] 2.9.png Dolly Parton - A Better Place To Live (Dolly Parton) Country

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