- Dolly Parton remembers writing 'I Will Always Love You'
- The Porter Wagoner Show Welcomes Dolly Parton
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Dolly Parton remembers writing 'I Will Always Love You'
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The album included one previously unreleased track, the Grammy nominated single, "Better Move It on Home". The review in the July 31, issue of Billboard said, "This collection of the best performances by Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton is sure to prove a blockbuster programming and sales item. Cashbox published a review in the July 24, issue which said, "One whole lot of sales power in this album from a duo that consistently hits the charts together and apart. A musical marriage made in country heaven. The surprises are few, the jokes weak and infrequent, the sentimentality overripe "Jeanie's Afraid of the Dark", yeucch , and the best song's by Paxton, nor Parton.
When Porter Wagoner first hired Dolly Parton as his newest female vocalist, both of their lives changed forever. The blonde bombshell was just years-old at the time and his show, The Porter Wagoner Show , was her big break. The two country icons had embarked on a journey that would stay with them forever. She had dreams of Hollywood. She had dreams of crossing over to pop. While Parton was only obligated to stay on the show for five years, she ended up staying a total of seven.
Forty-five years ago today Feb. Parton began working with Wagoner after he offered her a coveted spot on both his weekly TV program, The Porter Wagoner Show , and in his traveling show, in I had been there for seven," Parton explains to CMT. We were very much alike. We were both stubborn. Well, he believed he knew what was best for me, too, and I believed that I knew more what was best for me at that time," the Tennessee native adds. I appreciate you, and I hope you do great, and I appreciate everything you've done, but I'm out of here,'" Parton explains.
The Porter Wagoner Show Welcomes Dolly Parton
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