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  • CD (27 septembre 2002)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dottie West - Absolutely the Best 26 août 2006
Par V. A. Peek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I haven't heard this particular album yet, but I know all of those songs and if they are the originals I can assure you they are Absolutely the Best. Until some others came along later that were equally as good.

You've got me why Dottie isn't in the Hall of Fame. The last I heard neither was Waylon Jennings. WHY??? Maybe they were both ahead of their times. It's hard to believe some of the people who have made it to the Country Music Hall of Fame over the past few years who haven't earned it. One should have to be a TRUE LEGEND in order to make it to CMHOF. And so, to me, that these 2 people haven't, and some of those who have, has, just diminished the prominence of CMHOF.

The last time I visited there, Elvis's cadillac was in it!!! Granted that was in 1985, but it just shows you whoever is in charge of it now needs to be replaced.

I love Dottie West's music. I was able to see her live and up close and in person at the very small Circle K Ranch Club in NJ way back in 1970. Yes, we southerners had to go up north to see some real, good old country music (hillbilly as it was mostly referred to back then.) It was like we were sitting on stage with her. Saw Waylon at the same club a few weeks apart from seeing Dottie. A couple of times. That little club brought a number of good country musicians every week. There was also a place over in Pennsylvania called Sunset Park where we saw some very famous performers that year. (My husband was stationed with the Navy in Philadelphia. We didn't get to stay there long, but we took advantage of seeing a bunch of stars perform in both of those places. If memory serves me, I believe it cost us $1.00 apiece to see them. The best two dollars a serviceman and his wife could spend back then. We took our young son for free. It was OK back then to take him. There was no rowdiness nor nastiness in any of their shows. No drunkeness, altho it was debatable about Waylon. But his show was clean. My little boy said Dottie would always be his sweetheart. He fell in love immediately. He's now 43 and doesn't remember it. And not being from around that area, we didn't have a sitter to leave him with. His father was recently home from Vietnam, and so we didn't get separated from each other very much at all.)

Dottie was gorgeous then and sang better than anyone I knew at the time. She was truly country. She was still with Bill West at the time, and I believe he played an instrument in her band. I believe he played the steel guitar. They made a good team, and I think he was guiding or advising her and partly to thank for bringing her music out and making her famous, and I was sorry their marriage didn't work out. But, of course, I didn't see them in their private lives. I was almost devastated when she got killed.

I have a lot of her LP's from back then, and also some tapes, but I am now trying to find the CD's. (Thank you, Amazon) I didn't want to scratch up my LP's so I taped them.

Saw her daughter Shelly on TV recently with some show on CMT, and I wondered then if there isn't something she can do about seeing her mom honored. Oh yes, the show on CMT was honoring Country Duets. Well she was better by herself than she was with anyone else. She didn't need them.

I am so disappointed with the turn "country music" has taken. There are only a few of them I can identify right away. Maybe because I don't listen to it deliberately. BUT, when Dottie West was singing, on TV, on the radio, in the street, ANYWHERE, one knew it was her. There was no other one like her. As it was with most of our old country music stars.

Sorry to be so mouthy and opinionated, but that's my review. It just has to be a GREAT album because it's Dottie West.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars 6 février 2017
Par P.M. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Arrived on time. No problems.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 great songs. 8 novembre 2015
Par maureen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
classic dottie..great songs.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dottie's most popular period 10 janvier 2004
Par Peter Durward Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of my favorite country singers, Dottie spent 14 years with RCA and 7 with United artists. I liked all her music but I liked her RCA work best - however, this is clearly a minority view as the United artists years, represented on this collection, proved to be Dottie's best years in terms of commercial success. This particular collection contains 14 of the 20 tracks previously released on Are you happy baby, an out of print collection on the Razor and tie label.

One of the notable features Dottie's career during this period were her duets with Kenny Rogers. They recorded two albums together and another single, although Kenny also recorded duets with Kim Carnes, Sheena Easton and Dolly Parton during this period. On this collection, Kenny duets with Dottie on Every time two fools collide, Anyone who isn't me tonight, All I ever need is you and What are we doing in love, all of which were top three country hits, with three of them going all the way to number one.

Dottie had two number one country hits of her own during this period, something she had never achieved during her years at RCA although she came close. A lesson in leaving also made the American pop charts and was more recently revived by Jo Dee Messina. Are you happy baby provide Dottie with her second and last solo number one.

Curiously, none of the other tracks here made the country top ten although many of them made the top twenty. Still, you can't measure records purely by their chart success and there are some great songs here. I particularly like Come see me and come lonely (a lovely ballad) and I'm gonna put you back on the rack (a sassy up-tempo song).

Traditional country fans should explore Dottie's RCA recordings first, represented by the out of print Essential and the more recent Country legends. The recordings on this collection are more pop sounding but still essentially country. If you enjoy contemporary country, you will surely enjoy this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Memories Of A Forgotten Star... 28 octobre 2004
Par Diddley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Why is it that no one seems to remember this woman? I remember when these songs were all over the radio dial, and when she was the hottest thing in country music back in the late 70's and early 80's. From her award-winning duets with Kenny Rogers, to solo stardom, Dottie West was truly one of country's finest ladies. I don't understand why she doesn't get more recognition than she does (and deserves). A vastly under-appreciated singer that brought spunk and style to the stage. She should be in the Hall of Fame as far as I'm concerned. Give this a listen and see why Dottie West was the REAL first lady of Country Music! (Sorry Tammy)
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