Review of Dolly Parton: Jolene

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Please read Darren Scott’s pick, Dolly Parton: Jolene, before reading and listening to our reviews below.

The Summary

  • Would we recommend?
  • Influence us and our tastes?
  • Overall?
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Dolly Parton: Jolene

Our first pick of our country music round of four influential country music artists started with member Darren Scott. He chose one of America’s greatest songwriters, Dolly Parton and her Jolene album.

Please go back to our last episode to listen to why Darren chose this album and then dive into this review and find out what we liked, and did not like about this classic album.

A few things you will find out in this episode are:
• Who the song I Will Always Love You is about
• Why Elvis got burned
• How Dolly Parton and her values have guided her career.

The Sonic Collective Team

 

Show Notes 

Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner

We chatted a great deal about Dolly and some details we learned about her. Below are our full scores as well as links and embedded content to go along with our show. You must listen to the video below where you can hear Jolene played at 33 RPMs instead of the usual 45 RPMs. You’ll be blown away at how it sounds like a male singer and how well it works. A great song is a great song, right? We hope you enjoyed this review of Dolly Parton and her 13th album Jolene.

Links:

Jolene Album on Wikipedia
Dolly Parton on Wikipedia
Dolly Parton Here I am documentary on Netflix

 


Overall Scores

Overall opinion: 4
Would we recommend?: 4.4
Influenced our tastes: 3.6

Our Individual Review Scores
Darren Scott
Overall opinion: 4
Would I recommend?: 4.5
Influenced my tastes: 3.5
Scott Gregory
Overall opinion: 5
Would I recommend?: 4.5
Influenced my tastes: 5

Alain Dupuis
Overall opinion: 4
Would I recommend?: 4
Influenced my tastes: 4

Scott Coates
Overall opinion: 3
Would I recommend?: 4.5
Influenced my tastes: 2

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