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|Studio album by Dolly Parton|
|Released||February 27, 1974|
|Recorded||RCA Studios, Nashville, June 1973|
|Dolly Parton chronology|
|Singles from Jolene|
The title track, "Jolene", tells the tale of a housewife confronting a beautiful seductress who she believes is having an affair with her husband. It became Parton's second solo number-one country single; it also was a moderate pop hit for her, and also did well in the United Kingdom. It has been covered by numerous performers.
The album was released around the time Parton was embarking on a solo career, after having spent seven years as part of Porter Wagoner's weekly TV series and road show, and one of the album's songs, "I Will Always Love You", was reportedly written to express the remorse Parton felt over the professional breakup. Released as the album's second single, it also became a number-one country single. In 1992, Whitney Houston's version of "I Will Always Love You" was a mega-hit pop ballad.
Two of the album's songs had been released on previous Parton albums: "Early Morning Breeze" was a remixed version of a recording which had first appeared on 1971's Coat of Many Colors album (the Jolene version was remixed to more prominently feature the bass and electric steel), while "Lonely Coming Down" had first appeared on Parton's Wagoner tribute album, My Favorite Songwriter: Porter Wagoner, from 1972.
Another re-issue was released in conjunction with Dolly's 2007 European Tour along with two other older albums. This re-issue included additional previously unreleased songs.
All songs written and composed by Dolly Parton except as noted.
|2.||"When Someone Wants to Leave"||2:06|
|3.||"River of Happiness"||2:19|
|4.||"Early Morning Breeze"||2:45|
|5.||"Highlight of My Life"||2:18|
|6.||"I Will Always Love You"||2:56|
|8.||"Living on Memories of You"||2:47|
|9.||"Lonely Comin' Down" (Porter Wagoner)||3:13|
|10.||"It Must Be You" (Blaise Totsi)||1:52|
|2007 CD Reissue|
|12.||"Another Woman's Man"||3:01|
|13.||"Barbara on Your Mind"||3:14|
|14.||"Last Night's Lovin'"||2:28|