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6-CD box-set (LP-size) with 80-page hardcover book, 160 tracks. Total playing time approx. 408 mns.

  • The greatest male-female duet in country music!
  • "They made all other duet teams sound like footnotes" (critic John Morthland).
  • Includes 21 timeless hits: Holding On To Nothin', Just Someone I Used To Know, Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man, and Making Plans, as well as the #1 smash Please Don't Stop Loving Me!
  • Also includes many rarities including their 1973 release of Here Comes The Freedom Train and live recordings.
  • In all, 160 recordings!
  • Features an in-depth biography by noted journalist and Dolly Parton biographer, Alanna Nash.

"...I was truly humbled by the high art and soul of duet singing and its power to tell the story of the human heart, broken and otherwise, but Porter and Dolly became the gold standard for me and remain so to this day. At a time when the airwaves and ipods spew out bloodless and over-calculated offerings of a once venerable genre, this is the real deal, my friends - country music the way God intended. And if there is a radio station in heaven, Porter and Dolly will always be in heavy rotation." Emmylou Harris, Nashville, January 2014

Porter and Dolly had even more than the playfulness and sexual chemistry of Conway Twitty-Loretta Lynn and the high psychodrama of Tammy Wynette-George Jones. Because they were both great songwriters, they wrote songs that mirrored their lives and brought an uncommon variety to their music. Both of them dressed in high hillbilly glamor - like no one else before or since. Neither of them was afraid to make a splash.

When Porter and Dolly began recording in 1967, Porter was the bigger star and Dolly watched his TV show every w...

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The Complete Porter 'n Dolly! 2 juin 2014
Par Dolly Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
In 1967 when Porter Wagoner hired Dolly Parton to replace Norma Jean on his syndicated television show, no one knew exactly what the future would hold. When Dolly joined Porter out on the road, fans who did not know her shouted “We want Norma Jean!” This hurt Dolly, who was already nervous as she started her major label professional career. Porter decided they should do duets as no one would dare yell at her if he were on the stage with her. The rest is Country Music history!

Ranging from traditional country standards, to love songs, and their trademark “fight and scratch” songs which were an audience favorite, this box set has it all. Between the years of 1967-1980, Porter and Dolly released 14 albums (counting an official “Best Of” release). Every track from all of those albums is present in this set, including B-sides, singles and a very rare recording the two did for America’s Bicentennial (All Aboard America/Here Comes The Freedom Train). It is ALL here! If you are a fan of Porter and Dolly as a duo, Dolly or Porter as solo artists or a Country Music fan in general, you would be doing yourself a disservice not to have this set in your collection.

As usual Bear Family Records has put together a wonderful package which includes a hardcover book which details their history. Written by famed Dolly Parton biographer Alanna Nash with a forward by Country Music Hall of Fame member, and one-third of the Trio, Emmylou Harris, the book goes into detail about Porter and Dolly’s career together and features some new interviews from electric banjo inventor Buck Trent and Grand Ole Opry star Jeannie Seely which truly shed new light on what Nashville was thinking during Porter and Dolly’s big breakup! The liner notes alone are full of interesting information ranging from recording dates and locations, all of the session players, etc. All of their albums are represented by having the original covers duplicated within the book itself.

The sound quality is top-notch on all six of the CDs in this collection and all recordings are presented by recording date, not necessarily the date they were released. I think this continuity is quite interesting as you can truly see the duo grow vocally as the recordings progress over time. It is said, “All good things come to those who wait”; if that is true, then Porter and Dolly fans have waited for a very, very long time to have a collection of this magnitude released. It is great to now have it all together in one fantastic package.

Dolly fans have been waiting for RCA/SONY to make her early recordings from 1954-1993 available in reissues (many of the later dates already represented), but if Bear Family would like to take a crack at giving us Dolly’s early and/or complete catalog in a similar manner, I certainly do not think any of us would mind!
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Outstanding and well packaged 3 juin 2014
Par Peter Durward Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Cruise along the Amazon where the deep blue waters flow - so sings Dolly in Any place you want to go, one of her many excellent duets with Porter to be found in this boxed set. These days, we can cruise down the Amazon sitting at our computer monitors :-)

Containing all the duets that Porter and Dolly recorded together between 1967 and 1976, this is a dream come true for all committed fans of those singers. However, being produced by Bear Family, the tracks are presented in the order in which they were recorded rather than the order in which they were released on album. Other reissue labels usually present track album by album, thus grouping together the tracks that were released together, with non-album tracks and unreleased tracks inserted as bonus tracks.

One other thing for those familiar with the original albums to note is that the tracks for the 1980 album simply titled Porter 'n' Dolly, comprising hitherto unreleased songs, are not presented here in the form they appear on that album. It seems that 12 tracks were overdubbed for possible inclusion on that album, but only 10 were actually used. Bear Family have opted to use the recordings as they were before those overdubs were applied. The two tracks not used on the 1980 album (Tangled Vines, Carolina Moonshiner) also appear here without the overdubs. Perhaps somebody will re-issue the 1980 album (already available as a single CD) with the two unreleased overdubbed tracks added as bonus tracks. Porter recorded a solo version of Carolina Moonshiner, which became a top 20 country hit for him.

The set also includes Here comes the freedom train and its B-side All Aboard America, neither previously released on CD, along with several other previously unreleased tracks. Also included are the Porter and Dolly live duets from Dolly's s live album, A real live album, although Dolly's solo tracks are understandably omitted.

The book is hardback, which now seems to be standard Bear Family policy; in the old days they were flabby paperbacks. There is a great selection of pictures, an article by Alanna Nash and comments by Emmylou Harris. Although this box is of course limited to Porter and Dolly's duets, both singers are discussed individually. The odd thing is that no mention is made anywhere od Dolly's early duet with Bill Anderson, which appeared in Bill Anderson's Bear Family boxed set. I would have thought it would get a passing mention somewhere, if only as an excuse to that box :-) Seriously, I only found out about that duet when I considered the possibility of buying the Bill Anderson box and looked up the track listing.

Among the comments, one surprising blunder is the claim that Dolly's first solo #1 hit was I will always love you. It was third after Joshua (1971) and Jolene (1973).

If you are a committed Porter and Dolly fan, this is exactly what you've been looking for, except perhaps the track sequencing and the choice of un-dubbed versions. In both cases, I have mixed feelings, but I've been hoping for a set like this for years without ever expecting it, so I'm very happy.

CD 1:

Just Between You And Me
Before I Met You
Two Sides To Every Story
Mommie, Ain't That Daddy
Four O Thirty Three
Love Is Worth Living
The Last Thing On My Mind
Sorrow's Tearing Down The House (That Happiness Once Built)
Home Is Where The Hurt Is
This Time Has Gotta Be Our Last Time
Put It Off Until Tomorrow
Because One Of Us Was Wrong
Slip Away Today
Holding On To Nothin'
Just The Two Of Us
Closer By The Hour
Afraid To Love Again
I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew
Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark
The Party
I Can
We'll Get Ahead Someday
The Dark End Of The Street
Somewhere Between
Making Plans
Good As Gold
One By One
Good As Gold
Yours Love

CD 2:

Just Someone I Used To Know
No Reason To Hurry Home
Milwaukee, Here I Come
The House Where Love Lives
Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me
Mendy Never Sleeps
I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby
Anything's Better Than Nothing
Always, Always
My Hands Are Tied
There Never Was A Time
Forty Miles From Poplar Bluff
Each Season Changes You
Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man
Tangled Vines
We Can't Let This Happen To Us
Tomorrow Is Forever
Silver Sandals
No Love Left
I'm Wasting Your Time And You're Wasting Mine
Run That By Me One More Time
It Might As Well Be Me
I Know You're Married But I Love You Still
Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man
Fight And Scratch
A Good Understanding

CD 3:

Once More
Ragged Angel
Before Our Weakness Gets Too Strong
Let's Live For Tonight
One Day At A Time
There'll Be Love
Daddy Did His Best
Possum Holler
The Fighting Kind
All I Need Is You
Curse Of The Wild Weed Flower
Today, Tomorrow And Forever
The Flame
Her And The Car And The Mobile Home
Is It Real
Two Of A Kind
The Pain Of Loving You
Better Move It On Home
The Right Combination
Burning The Midnight Oil
Love's All Over
Take Away
You And Me, Her And Him
How Close They Must Be
On And On
More Than Words Can Tell
In Each Love Some Pain Must Fall

CD 4:

Anyplace You Want To Go
Somewhere Along The Way
The Fog Has Lifted
Looking Down
If You Go, I'll Follow You
Waldo The Weirdo
I've Been This Way Too Long
Lost Forever In Your Kiss
Sounds Of Nature
Through Thick And Thin
We Found It
Poor Folks Town
Together You And I
Together Always
Ten Four-Over And Out
There's Singing On The Mountain
Say Forever You'll Be Mine
That's When Love Will Mean Most
Love Have Mercy On Us
Sweet Rachel Ann
Satan's River
I Am Always Waiting
I've Been Married (Just As Long As You Have)
Little David's Harp
Between Us
Love City
In The Presence Of You

CD 5:

How Can I (Help You Forgive Me)
Come To Me
Laugh The Years Away
There'll Always Be Music
I Have No Right To Care
Come To Me
Beneath The Sweet Magnolia Tree
Love Is Out Tonight
If Teardrops Were Pennies
There'll Always Be Music
I Get Lonesome By Myself
Sounds Of Night
Wasting Love
All Aboard America
Here Comes The Freedom Train
Too Far Gone
Something To Reach For
The Fire That Keeps You Warm
Without You
Sixteen Years
Carolina Moonshine
If You Say I Can
The Power Of Love
The Beginning
Please Don't Stop Loving Me

CD 6:

Life Rides The Train
Hide Me Away
We'd Have To Be Crazy
Love To See Us Through
If You Were Mine
Our Love
Is Forever Longer Than Always
I Learned It Well
Touching Memories
In The Morning
About Susanne, About Your Man
A Fool Like Me
Someone Just Like You
Golden Streets Of Glory
Twin Mounds Of Clay
Presentation by Don Howser
Run That By Me One More Time (live)
Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark (live)
Tomorrow Is Forever (live)
Two Sides To Every Story (live)
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A monument to one of music's greatest-ever duos 23 juin 2014
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner's partnership is remarkable even within a genre known for its venerable pairings. At the start of their professional relationship, Wagoner was an established star with dozens of hit singles and a weekly television program, and Parton was the new "girl singer" who had to win over fans of the departed Norma Jean. By the end of their partnership, seven years later, Wagoner's chart action was winding down, and Parton's stardom, which had begun its flight during her tenure with Wagoner, was about to go into hyperdrive. Parton said goodbye to Wagoner with "I Will Always Love You," and lawsuits followed, but their chemistry as a duet was strong enough to survive their separation, with previously recorded material continuing to chart.

Parton and Wagoner were each artistic forces to be reckoned with. They were A-list songwriters and performers, and the enormous volume of material they recorded together was paralleled by a wealth of solo releases. Early on, Wagoner wrote surprisingly little for their pairings, choosing to showcase Parton's material alongside that of other Nashville greats and a few adventurous selections, like Dan Penn's "The Dark End of the Street." Wagoner's songwriting contributions picked up in the latter half of their partnership, and the pair also wrote several songs together. One has to wonder if the increasing fortunes of Parton's solo career directed her original material to herself, and Wagoner was drawn to fill the void alongside his singing and producing duties.

Wagoner's craft was meticulous, and the sidemen he selected included members of his road band (led by Buck Trent and featuring fiddler Mack Magaha) and the cream of Nashville's session players (including Pete Drake, Lloyd Green, Hargus 'Pig' Robbins and Roy Huskey, Jr.). The catalog he produced with Parton is impressive for both its size and uniformly high quality. The songwriting, vocals, production and playing never wavers across the duo's seven-year partnership, and their commercial appeal lasted from an early cover of Tom Paxton's folk classic "The Last Thing on My Mind" through Wagoner's "Is Forever Longer than Always." Along the way, fans will find the hallmarks of both Wagoner and Parton's individual material, including the former's dramatic recitations, the latter's hard-scrabble roots and both of their religious faith.

Duet singing is ultimately more about the chemistry of conversation and the revelation of interpersonal dynamics than about the individual vocalists. Wagoner's spoken-word interlude gives Parton's lyric of family tragedy an extra shot of morbidity in "The Party," and the easy give-and-take of "I've Been This Way Too Long" could just as easily be the extemporaneous bickering of a long-time couple. Though neither family nor spouses, the pair sang with the sort of connectedness that marks blood harmonies - and feuds. In retrospect, the spark that brought even the most common romantic themes to life now seems freighted with foreshadows of their bitter dissolution, eventual detente and final emotional reunion.

Like all of Bear Family's box sets, this set's extensiveness is both a blessing and a challenge. The blessing, of course, are six discs of superb recordings and a lavishly illustrated seventy-eight page book; the challenge is in trying to absorb seven years of material without the division and pacing of the original singles and albums. Alanna Nash's lengthy notes and Richard Weize's detailed discography provide fans a guide to the duo's intertwined paths, and the compression of their career into a box set highlights the evolution of their pairing at fast-forward speed. This collection stands tall, even among the very tall field of archival releases Bear Family has produced since it's founding in 1975; start saving your pennies and dimes (and quarters and dollars), as this is a must-have for fans of Porter, Dolly and Porter & Dolly. [©2014 Hyperbolium]
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Essential set! 8 juin 2014
Par Allen Chapman - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you're a Dolly Parton fan, then "Just Between You And Me: The Complete Recordings 1967-1976" is essential to add to your collection. The set contains every track recorded by Dolly and Porter. Bear Family always does a great job with their sets and this one is no exception. Cased in a sturdy LP sized box, it includes six CD's (two are housed in a duel CD case, the other two are in single cases), and an 80 page hard cover book that details the duo's entire history. Aside from getting every released track, you also get a generous selection of unreleased material. Included among the unreleased tracks are the original tracks used for the final Porter and Dolly album released in 1980. Those tracks which spanned their recorded history were overdubbed for that release. There are nine previously unreleased tracks, four of which are solo Dolly tracks from 1976. These tracks were ones that Porter had recorded his vocals on, but RCA rejected and erased his parts, planning to redo them later, but that never happened. These would have fit perfectly on Dolly's solo albums from that point.
The songs are presented in the order in which they were recorded, the only songs that aren't placed in their chronological order are the live duet tracks from Dolly's "A Real Live Dolly" album from 1970. Those tracks are held until the very end. Placing these tracks at the end almost puts an encore to the set. You get one more round when times were good between the two. The last thing you hear is Porter thanking the live audience saying "Thank you and I hope you enjoyed the duets..."
A lot of thought and effort went into this set and it's worth every penny!!!
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I think some of their non hit records were some of their best - from "Good as Gold" to "Closer By The ... 2 juillet 2014
Par Chris - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Bear Family does it, AGAIN! Why does it take a company based in Germany to do what no company in the U.S. will do? THANK YOU, Bear Family Records. You have made my wish list come true so many times. And now, with this exquisite Porter and Dolly cd set covering every song they ever recorded together - I can cross another wish off of my list. I think some of their non hit records were some of their best - from "Good as Gold" to "Closer By The Hour" to "Milwaukee Here I Come" to "Once More" to "Before Our Weakness Gets Too Strong" - these are stellar full on country honky tonk masterpieces. I loved George and Tammy, loved Conway and Loretta, loved Carl Butler and Pearl, and many, many other duets - but NO duet could ever or can ever top Porter and Dolly. Now, Bear Family, if you could please issue boxed sets on Webb Pierce's second half of his recordings, Kitty Wells second half of her recordings, Skeeter Davis's recordings, George Jones's Mercury Recordings, Faron Young's Mercury Recordings, Margo Smith's recordings, Warner Mack's recordings, ............
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