<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>
<tc>Dolly Parton – Jolene</tc>

Dolly Parton – Jolene

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Dolly Parton – vocals, guitar

Jimmy Colvard – guitar

Dave Kirby – guitar

Bobby Thompson – guitar

Chip Young – guitar

Pete Drake – pedal steel guitar

Stu Basore – pedal steel guitar

Bobby Dyson – bass

Jerry Carrigan – drums

Larrie Londin – drums

Kenny Malone – drums

Buck Trent – banjo

Mack Magaha – fiddle

Johnny Gimble – fiddle

Hargus "Pig" Robbins – piano

David Briggs – piano

Onie Wheeler – harmonica

The Nashville Edition - background vocals

Written by Blaise Tosti (B5), Dolly Parton (A1 to B3), Porter Wagoner (B4)


1 LP, standard sleeve with limited time digital download

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Memphis Record Pressing

Label : Legacy

Original label : RCA Victor

Recorded January 12, 1972–December 26, 1973 at RCA Studio A, Nashville

Recorded by Roy Shockley

Engineered by Tom Pick

Produced by Bob Ferguson

Originally released in February 2014

Reissued in 



Side A:

  1. Jolene
  2. When Someone Wants To Leave
  3. River of Happiness
  4. Early Morning Breeze
  5. Highlight of My Life

Side B:

  1. I Will Always Love You
  2. Randy
  3. Living On Memories Of You
  4. Lonely Comin' Down
  5. It Must Be You



“Of the three 2007 Dolly Parton reissues from Sony, Jolene is the most absorbing musically and the most problematic lyrically. A sparkling production creates a rich backdrop for both "Jolene" and "When Someone Wants to Leave" (both Parton originals), mixing acoustic guitar, country instruments (steel guitar, dobro), and light percussion. This tasteful mix, nicely spread across the stereo spectrum with Parton front and center, is a joy to listen to. Lyrically, however, these songs are a long way from Loretta Lynn's "You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man." Parton's female protagonists are downright pitiful, adrift in a world where a more attractive woman might take their man, where a woman cannot let go of a man who no longer loves her, and where a man is the "highlight" of her life ("Highlight of My Life.") Jolene, originally released in 1974, feels like a shot across the bow of the feminist movement, a reaffirmation that many women still liked the men to wear the pants (women, presumably, who listened to old-fashioned country music). This seems somewhat peculiar now, in that no one -- looking at her long, distinguished career and commanding stage presence -- would accuse Parton of being a weak-kneed songbird. Still, the music and Parton's vocal prowess are in top form on Jolene, and "I Will Always Love You" is one of her best performances (which is saying a lot). Like it or loath it, Jolene offers a fascinating snapshot of an era in transition, and captures Parton at the top of her game.” AllMusic Review by Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.


Ratings :

AllMusic : 3.5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.4 / 5

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