Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner: Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner : Just Between You & Me

Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner: Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner : Just Between You & Me

Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner: Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner : Just Between You & Me

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Title: Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner : Just Between You & Me
Artist: Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner
Label: Bear Family
UPC: 5397102168895
Genre: Country, Box Sets

The greatest male-female duet in country music! 'They made all other duet teams sound like footnotes' (critic John Morthland). Includes 21 timeless hits: Holding On To Nothin', Just Someone I Used To Know, Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man, and Making Plans, as well as the #1 smash Please Don't Stop Loving Me!Also includes many rarities including their 1973 release of Here Comes The Freedom Train and live recordings. In all, 160 recordings!Features an in-depth biography by noted journalist and Dolly Parton biographer, Alanna Nash. '?I was truly humbled by the high art and soul of duet singing and it's power to tell the story of the human heart, broken and otherwise, but Porter and Dolly became the gold standard for me and remain so to this day. At a time when the airwaves and ipods spew out bloodless and over-calculated offerings of a once venerable genre, this is the real deal, my friends - country music the way God intended. And if there is a radio station in heaven, Porter and Dolly will always be in heavy rotation. ' - Emmylou Harris, Nashville, January 2014Porter and Dolly had even more than the playfulness and sexual chemistry of Conway Twitty-Loretta Lynn and the high psychodrama of Tammy Wynette-George Jones. Because they were both great songwriters, they wrote songs that mirrored their lives and brought an uncommon variety to their music. Both of them dressed in high hillbilly glamor - like no one else before or since. Neither of them was afraid to make a splash. When Porter and Dolly began recording in 1967, Porter was the bigger star and Dolly watched his TV show every week as a fan... Read more at: https://www. Bear-family. #de/

1.1 Just Between You and Me
1.2 Before I Met You
1.3 Two Sides to Every Story
1.4 Mommie, Ain't That Daddy
1.5 Four O Thirty Three
1.6 Love Is Worth Living
1.7 The Last Thing on My Mind
1.8 Sorrow's Tearing Down the House (That Happiness Once Built)
1.9 Home Is Where the Hurt Is
1.10 This Time Has Gotta Be Our Last Time
1.11 Put It Off Until Tomorrow
1.12 Because One of Us Was Wrong
1.13 Slip Away Today
1.14 Holding on to Nothin'
1.15 Just the Two of Us
1.16 Closer By the Hour
1.17 Afraid to Love Again
1.18 I Washed My Face in the Morning Dew
1.19 Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark
1.20 The Party
1.21 I Can
1.22 We'll Get Ahead Someday
1.23 The Dark End of the Street
1.24 Somewhere Between
1.25 Making Plans
1.26 Malena
1.27 Good As Gold
1.28 One By One
1.29 Yours Love
2.1 Just Someone I Used to Know
2.2 No Reason to Hurry Home
2.3 Milwaukee, Here I Come
2.4 The House Where Love Lives
2.5 Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me
2.6 Mendy Never Sleeps
2.7 I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby
2.8 Anything's Better Than Nothing
2.9 Always, Always
2.10 My Hands Are Tied
2.11 There Never Was a Time
2.12 Forty Miles from Poplar Bluff
2.13 Each Season Changes You
2.14 Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man
2.15 Tangled Vines
2.16 We Can't Let This Happen to Us
2.17 Tomorrow Is Forever
2.18 Silver Sandals
2.19 No Love Left
2.20 I'm Wasting Your Time and You're Wasting Mine
2.21 Run That By Me One More Time
2.22 It Might As Well Be Me
2.23 I Know You're Married But I Love You Still
2.24 Fight and Scratch
2.25 A Good Understanding
3.1 Once More
3.2 Ragged Angel
3.3 Before Our Weakness Gets Too Strong
3.4 Let's Live for Tonight
3.5 One Day at a Time
3.6 Thoughtfulness
3.7 There'll Be Love
3.8 Daddy Did His Best
3.9 Possum Holler
3.10 The Fighting Kind
3.11 All I Need Is You
3.12 Curse of the Wild Weed Flower
3.13 Today, Tomorrow and Forever
3.14 The Flame
3.15 Her and the Car and the Mobile Home
3.16 Is It Real
3.17 Two of a Kind
3.18 The Pain of Loving You
3.19 Better Move It on Home
3.20 The Right Combination
3.21 Burning the Midnight Oil
3.22 Love's All Over
3.23 Take Away
3.24 You and Me, Her and Him
3.25 How Close They Must Be
3.26 On and on
3.27 More Than Words Can Tell
3.28 In Each Love Some Pain Must Fall
4.1 Anyplace You Want to Go
4.2 Somewhere Along the Way
4.3 The Fog Has Lifted
4.4 Looking Down
4.5 If You Go, I'll Follow You
4.6 Waldo the Weirdo
4.7 I've Been This Way Too Long
4.8 Lost Forever in Your Kiss
4.9 Sounds of Nature
4.10 Through Thick and Thin
4.11 We Found It
4.12 Poor Folks Town
4.13 Together You and I
4.14 Christina
4.15 Together Always
4.16 Ten Four-Over and Out
4.17 There's Singing on the Mountain
4.18 Say Forever You'll Be Mine
4.19 That's When Love Will Mean Most
4.20 Love Have Mercy on Us
4.21 Sweet Rachel Ann
4.22 Satan's River
4.23 I Am Always Waiting
4.24 I've Been Married (Just As Long As You Have)
4.25 Little David's Harp
4.26 Between Us
4.27 Love City
4.28 In the Presence of You
5.1 How Can I (Help You Forgive Me)
5.2 Come to Me
5.3 Laugh the Years Away
5.4 There'll Always Be Music
5.5 I Have No Right to Care
5.6 Beneath the Sweet Magnolia Tree
5.7 Love Is Out Tonight
5.8 If Teardrops Were Pennies
5.9 You
5.10 I Get Lonesome By Myself
5.11 Sounds of Night
5.12 Wasting Love
5.13 All Aboard America
5.14 Here Comes the Freedom Train
5.15 Too Far Gone
5.16 Again
5.17 Something to Reach for
5.18 The Fire That Keeps You Warm
5.19 Without You
5.20 Sixteen Years
5.21 Carolina Moonshiner
5.22 If You Say I Can
5.23 The Power of Love
5.24 The Beginning
5.25 Please Don't Stop Loving Me
6.1 Life Rides the Train
6.2 Two
6.3 Hide Me Away
6.4 We'd Have to Be Crazy
6.5 Love to See Us Through
6.6 If You Were Mine
6.7 Our Love
6.8 Is Forever Longer Than Always
6.9 I Learned It Well
6.10 Touching Memories
6.11 In the Morning
6.12 About Susanne, About Your Man
6.13 A Fool Like Me
6.14 Someone Just Like You
6.15 Golden Streets of Glory
6.16 Twin Mounds of Clay
6.17 Don Howser Makes Presentation
6.18 Run That By Me One More Time (Live)
6.19 Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark (Live)
6.20 Tomorrow Is Forever (Live)
6.21 Two Sides to Every Story (Live)
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