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Ultimate Dolly Parton album for sale by Dolly Parton was released Jun 03, 2003 on the RCA label. Though various record labels have released several dozen Dolly Parton greatest-hits and "best of" compilations over the years, few have attempted to effectively encapsulate the artist's enviably long and incredibly varied career in a single disc. THE ULTIMATE DOLLY PARTON goes a long way towards filling this void by collecting choice cuts from nearly every era and musical phase of Dolly's tenure. Ultimate Dolly Parton CD music contains a single disc with 20 songs. ...See Full Description
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This is a good collecton of Dolly! from the early beginning ! great sounds and also give`s us a good look in to the differnt songs / hits she had trough the years!! This is The bes collectoin yet of The Mountain Angle yet!!!!!!!
By a reviewer (6460 Eidsvaag . Norway)
||great compilation of her best hits|
Dolly is a true super star, with a very talented voice. This compliation provides a great opportunity to hear & experience the voice & songs that have entertained all of us for several decades.
By a reviewer (brewer, ME)
||BEST SINGLE CD COLLECTION EVER|
.20 SONGS THAT COVER THE GAMUT OF HER CAREER. I CAN'T THINK OF ANY BETTER SINGLE CD COLLECTION BY ANY ARTIST... A GREAT WAY TO GET ACQUAINTED OR REFRESH YOUR APPRECIATION OF A GREAT ARTIST.
By RICO (ROCK HILL, SC, USA)
i have almost every song she came out with. i was hoping she would have all her song in one box set.
By chatycathy40c (scranton pa)
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|CD Universe Part number||5877354|
|Release Date||Jun 03, 2003|
|Producer||Dean Parks; Dolly Parton; Gary Klein; George Massenburg; Karl Richardson; Albhy Galuten; Mike Post; Porter Wagoner; Ricky Skaggs; Barry Gibb; Gregg Perry; Bob Ferguson; Al Quaglieri (Compilation)|
|Recording Time||63 minutes|
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