Parton, Dolly & Porter Wagoner : Just Between You & Me
Almost 20 years his junior, Dolly grew up a big fan of Porter—his hits and his TV show, which she watched every week. She was 21 when they started working together in ’67, at which time he was the far bigger star and was scoring much bigger hits than she was. Fast forward almost a decade later to 1976, when they recorded their last duets together, and you’ll still see Porter’s name on the charts—but it was Dolly who’d become the superstar, one of the biggest country had ever known. In between, they outdid Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette & George Jones, becoming the greatest male-female duo in country. They had the voices, the songs, the chemistry…and the finest hillbilly "haute couture" ever seen on TV. The 80-page hardcover book in this beautiful Bear Family box tells their story from top to bottom, as do the 160 tracks on 6 CDs. There you’ll find all 21 of their country hits plus many rarities including their 1973 release of "Here Comes the Freedom Train" and live versions of "Run That by Me One More Time," "Jeannie’s Afraid of the Dark," "Tomorrow Is Forever" and "Two Sides to Every Story." Those join their Top 10s "The Last Thing on My Mind," "Holding On to Nothin’," "We’ll Get Ahead Someday," "Yours Love," "Just Someone I Used to Know," "Daddy Was an Old-Time Preacher Man," "Better Move It On Home," "Lost Forever in Your Kiss," "If Teardrops Were Pennies," "Please Don’t Stop Loving Me" and more Parton-Wagoner magic moments, all in one place for the first time! Bear Family.