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Islands In The Stream Kenny Rogers Duet With Dolly Parton MP3

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Dolly Parton singles discography

The singles discography of American country singer Dolly Parton includes 104 singles and 56 music videos. After releasing two unsuccessful singles as a teenager, Parton signed a recording contract with Monument Records in 1964, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee shortly afterward, releasing a series of singles on the label, the highest charting being her 1965 single "Happy Happy Birthday Baby". In 1967, Monument released Parton's debut solo album, Hello, I'm Dolly, which spawned the hits, "Dumb Blonde" and "Something Fishy", which reached No. 24 and No. 17 respectively. Shortly after official debut, Parton was asked to replace country vocalist Norma Jean as the co-host of the syndicated country music television show The Porter Wagoner Show, alongside country star, Porter Wagoner. The pair recorded 12 albums together for RCA Victor, and in the late 1960s and early 1970s had a series of Top 10 hits on the country charts, including "The Last Thing on My Mind", "Tomorrow is Forever", and "Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man". On Wagoner's television series, Parton gained a national audience of millions of viewers, and her own singles began to move up the country chart. By the early 1970s, her solo hits regularly appeared in the top ten, as did her duets with Wagoner. Her first chart-topper, 1970's "Joshua", followed by 1971's "Coat of Many Colors", 1972's "Touch Your Woman", and "Traveling Man" and "Jolene", both from 1973, all reached the top-ten on the U.S. country singles charts, with "Jolene" becoming her second No. 1 single in February 1974. In mid-1974, Parton split with Wagoner and his show in order to expand her career as a solo artist, writing and recording the No. 1 hit, "I Will Always Love You" as a tribute to Wagoner. Following her departure from Wagoner's show, Parton branched out into Pop music with the 1977 single, "Here You Come Again", which hit No. 1 on the country chart and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, helping to produce a string of crossover hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including "Two Doors Down", "Heartbreaker", "You're the Only One", "9 to 5" and "But You Know I Love You". In addition, album sales also increased with many being certified "Gold" or "Platinum" by the RIAA. After a slight commercial decline in the late 1980s, Parton signed with Columbia Records and moved into traditional country music with the album White Limozeen, which spawned the No. 1 singles, "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That" and "Yellow Roses", with certified-Platinum sales. Two more traditional-themed albums were released in the early 1990s that also were successful, Eagle When She Flies (1991) and Slow Dancing with the Moon (1993). In 1999 she signed a contract with Sugar Hill Records and recorded a series of Bluegrass albums, beginning with The Grass Is Blue in 1999, followed by Little Sparrow (2001) and Halos & Horns (2002). In 2007 she formed her own record label, Dolly Records and issued her first mainstream country album in over ten years in 2008 entitled, Backwoods Barbie, which has produced five singles including the minor country hit, "Better Get to Livin'", which peaked at No. 48 on the Billboard country chart. Parton shares the record for the most No. 1 hits by a female country artist (25 in total) with Reba McEntire. Parton also holds the record for most Top 10 country albums on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (41 altogether). She previously held the record for the most Top 10 hits by a female country artist until Reba McEntire surpassed her in 2009 with her 56th Top 10 hit, "Cowgirls Don't Cry", a duet with Brooks & Dunn. She is the first artist to have top 20 hits on the Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart every decade from the 1960s to 2010s.

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