|Titre:||The Best There Is|
|1||I Will Always Love You||2:53|
|2||Here You Come Again|
Executive-Producer – Charles Koppelman
Executive-Producer – Dolly Parton
|4||Think About Love||3:25|
|5||Coat Of Many Colors||3:02|
|7||Do I Ever Cross Your Mind||4:01|
|8||9 To 5||2:43|
|6497-1-R||Dolly Parton||The Best There Is (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||6497-1-R||US||1987|
|6497 1 R||Dolly Parton||The Best There Is (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||6497 1 R||US||Unknown|
|6497-2-RRE||Dolly Parton||The Best There Is (CD, Comp, Club)||RCA||6497-2-RRE||US||Unknown|
|COL-CD-9426, 75517447602||Dolly||The Best There Is (CD, Comp)||Collectables, BMG Special Products||COL-CD-9426, 75517447602||US||1998|
|44760-4||Dolly Parton||The Best There Is (Cass, Comp)||BMG Music||44760-4||US||1988|
Clear shell cassette reissue.
All selections previously released.
A1 and B4 from 9 To 5 And Odd Jobs.
A2 from Here You Come Again.
A3 from Heartbreak Express.
A4 from Real Love.
A5 from Coat Of Many Colors.
B1 and B2 from Jolene.
B3 from Burlap & Satin.
© 1987 BMG Music
P 1987, 1985, 1982, 1980, 1977, 1974 BMG Music
Manufactured and distributed by BMG Music.
Printed in the USA.
The Best There Is was released in 1987 and is a compilation of Dolly Parton's major hits that RCA Records issued after she left the label. The compilation included some of her early 1970s country hits, as well as some of her later 1970s and early 1980s pop hits. 9 to 5. Here You Come Again. Do I Ever Cross Your Mind. Think About Love. Coat of Many Colors. I Will Always Love You. Appalachian Memories. But You Know I Love You. The Best of Dolly Parton is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on November 9, 1970, by RCA Victor. The album features Parton's biggest hits up to that point, along with a few non-single album tracks. The album included two previously unreleased tracks the single, Mule Skinner Blues Blue Yodel No. 8, for which Parton earned her first Grammy nomination, and How Great Thou Art, which would later be included on Parton's 1971 gospel album, The Golden. Best of Dolly Parton was a 1975 compilation album of Dolly Parton's early 1970s work that has long been regarded by critics as the definitive representation of Parton's most influential period. The album reached 5 on the U. country albums chart, and contained the title tracks to the previous six Parton albums, as well as the tracks I Will Always Love You and Travelin' Man. Track listing. Listen free to Dolly Parton The Best There Is 9 to 5, Here You Come Again and more. 9 tracks 27:51. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Dolly Parton is ranked number 1,467 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 860. The second average might be more trusted because there is more consensus around a particular rating a lower deviation. The trimmed mean excluding outliers is 76. The standard deviation for this artist is 13. Related links: Top artists of all time. Dolly Parton Greatest hits Full Album - Best Songs of Dolly Parton - Greatest Country Singers Dolly Rebecca Parton Dean born January 19, 1946. Dolly Parton. 2020 сингл Remixes. Release Me. When Life Is Good Again. 2020 сингл. Little Sparrow. Halos & Horns. Live and Well. The Best Country Decade, Ever the 60's, Volume 2. 2020 Original Recording Remastered. Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years of the Story An Album to Benefit War Child. View and sort through Dolly Parton's complete list of albums linked to individual songs written andor performed by Dolly. The following is a list of albums by Dolly Parton, beginning in the 1960s spanning through present day. Browse through this extensive collection of Dollys work over the years. Dolly Parton - Sweet Summer Lovin. Another song not from the Parton pen, this one featured some intriguing production that blurred the lines between country and disco, making for one of her more appealing departures of sound. Dolly Parton - Yellow Roses. With Ricky Skaggs taking creative control of her 1989 album White Limozeen, Parton returned to her country roots with her most traditional album in ages. At the heart of that project was this exquisite ballad, which brought her a final solo number one hit. Dolly Parton - The Seeker. One of the m