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Dolly Parton - 9 to 5 & Odd Jobs (1999) Retail CD
This is almost a concept album, based around the problems of working people. It’s difficult to see where But you know I love you (a cover of a song that was originally a hit for Kenny Rogers and the first edition) fits the concept, so that’s why I say almost.The album yielded two number one country hits – 9 to 5 and But you know I love you – with 9 to 5 giving Dolly her first (and only solo) American number one pop hit. Sadly, it barely scraped into the top 50 in Britain. Her dramatic cover of House of the rising sun made the country top 20, although this particular trackmore… has no country credentials whatsoever – it is brilliant, but it is pure pop.Country fans will particularly enjoy Detroit city and Deportee. Detroit city began life as a country hit for Bobby Bare and became an international pop hit for Tom Jones. Deportee is a cover of a Woody Guthrie song about a plane crash.Although more pop than country, I particularly enjoy Hash a bye hard times and Sing for the common man. Actually, it’s all good stuff here as far as I’m concerned, but you need to like both pop and country to fully appreciate this album.Among Dolly’s Hollywood albums, Here you come again is my favorite, but this one and Real love are both very close behind.
|1||9 to 5|
|2||Hush-A-Bye Hard Times|
|3||House of the Rising Sun|
|4||Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)|
|5||Sing for the Common Man|
|8||But You Know I Love You|
|9||Dark as a Dungeon|
|10||Poor Folks Town|
- Dolly Parton - 9 to 5 & Odd Jobs (1999) Retail CD
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