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MessageSujet: Re: Dolly Parton   Mar 20 Oct - 21:11

JOLENE, chanson sortie en 1974, sur le même album que "I will always love you" :



JOLENE


Dispo en France dans ce coffret 5 ALBUMS ( SONY MUSIC )





DOLLY PARTON - Jolene ( 1974 - TV NASHVILLE )


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MessageSujet: Re: Dolly Parton   Dim 25 Oct - 12:07

Dolly en toute simplicité en sortant du restaurant BOA à Los Angeles :

http://www.tmz.com/videos?autoplay=true&mediaKey=6b529da7-9bd1-4737-8011-ff2803cab24a


afro flower lol!

Indéniablement la chanteuse la plus simple, drôle et sympathique du monde. Même le frère de Madonna témoignait de ça en ayant travaillé avec elle dans les années 90.





INTERVIEW CANADA


Dolly Parton :
"I won't ever stop working. I won't ever retire. I'll be working until I fall over. And I hope it's right in the middle of a song onstage somewhere. That would be the glorious way to go."



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Darryl Sterdan :If you go out without the makeup and the wig, can you walk around unrecognized?

Dolly Parton :
No. I wouldn't do that anyway. Unless there was an emergency and my husband was having a heart attack and I had to get him to the hospital, I wouldn't go out without my makeup. I certainly go out without wigs on, but I always try to put a little makeup on, if only for my husband's sake if nothing else. I don't want to look like a rag around him; I don't get to see him all that much, so I always put on makeup for him. And I always try to look presentable in case I get stopped on the street.


Darryl Sterdan :What if you wore a disguise?

Dolly Parton :
Well, people recognize my voice. I remember once I was going Christmas shopping many years ago. I did my makeup completely different with dark eyebrows and wore a short black wig and wore different clothes than I would normally wear. And I was in a record shop buying stuff with friends that nobody would have recognized. And I said something, and this group of kids said, 'You're Dolly Parton in a black wig.' My voice is as recognizable as my looks. So then I was stuck. And I felt bad because I looked so weird, so I went back home, put on my own garb and went out Christmas shopping as myself.



Darryl Sterdan :It's impressive on your live DVD to see you play several instruments. Do you feel you don't get enough recognition as a musician?

Dolly Parton :
I'm not that great a musician. I know enough to pull off a few show pieces. The guitar is what I write with mostly. But I can play some of a lot of things as most of my family can, because we were a family of musicians and singers. But a lot of mine is just for show. I wouldn't want to have to back up a serious artist with just my playing! (laughs)



Darryl Sterdan :What about recognition as a songwriter? Everybody knows your big hits, but a lot of people don't know you wrote those songs.

Dolly Parton :
Well, I think it's because I come on so strong with my big ... wait, you did say hits, right? (Laughs) Well, those too -- and sometimes my personality and my big hair and all that other stuff makes people forget that I do write. It took a long time for people to get past the gaudiness and all. But at this point, I think people who follow me close know how serious I am about my work, and it's worked out all right over the years.



Darryl Sterdan :Obviously. I was looking at a list of all your Top 10 this and biggest-selling that and all the awards and nominations. The list is almost endless. Which of those means the most to you?

Dolly Parton :
All of them mean something because they all mark a certain time in my life. And I never get tired of those things. People say, 'Oh, I bet this is like pouring water on a duck's back,' and it's not. Even the smallest little things matter to me. But I am very proud of my songwriters awards; probably my songwriting is the most personal to me. So being in the songwriters hall of fame -- the country one and the big one too -- that means a great deal to me.



Darryl Sterdan :Let's talk about the umpteen projects you've got on the go. I've heard talk of a dance album and a children's record.

Dolly Parton :
All of them are in the works. People always ask me what's next and I never know which one's going to come up first. I have done a lot of dance songs and I will put that out at the right time. I have a lot of fans that love to dance; I have a huge gay following. But I also work a lot with children; I have the Imagination Library that gives free books to children all over the world. I definitely would love to do a children's show like Pee-Wee's Playhouse, something entertaining to grownups too. And I will do some children's albums; in fact, I have that kind of on a front burner. Then I'll probably do some more touring toward the end of next year. But right now, I'm working on a musical of my life story for the next several months. It will be for Broadway or a movie; I haven't decided yet.



Darryl Sterdan :Speaking of your life, I get the sense that underneath all the glitz, you're a very private person; you seem to keep a lot of your life out of the public eye.

Dolly Parton :
You're very right about that. My husband and I have been married for 43 years, and when I go home, I love just hanging out with him. We have a little RV that we travel around in. We just park along the riverbank and have picnics. We go out Saturdays and Sundays for a few hours and ride about and stop where we want. And I love to stay home and cook and read and kick back and just enjoy that. But you're right; I'm more of a private person than people would know.



Darryl Sterdan :So what does Dolly Parton go out as for Halloween?

Dolly Parton :
an overexaggerated Dolly Parton. I kinda go out in drag as Dolly Parton. I make my beauty mark really big and the eyebrows really big and the hair, like four times as big. I just make everything bigger. (laughs)
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MessageSujet: Re: Dolly Parton   Sam 31 Oct - 14:42

WOW, une belle vidéo live de 2000 tirée de l'émission TV de David LETTERMAN.


Pour un album tout aussi superbe de 1999. afro




DOLLY PARTON - Silver Dagger ( TV 2000 )
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MessageSujet: Re: Dolly Parton   Mar 10 Nov - 14:14

A lire : une interview de Dolly Parton dans l'excellent blog The 9315.

http://www.the9513.com/dolly-parton-the-interview/

On apprend notamment que Scarlett Johansson et Reese Witherspoon sont pressenties pour incarner son rôle au grand écran.
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MessageSujet: Re: Dolly Parton   Mar 10 Nov - 20:35

Ah oui, belle interview, sa définition de la musique country est très belle.


Pour les 3 sorties ces jours ci, je n'ai que le coffret 4CD. Laughing


Je fais tout pour avoir rapidement les 2 autres :

- Live 1970
- Live London 2008
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MessageSujet: Re: Dolly Parton   Jeu 12 Nov - 18:37





Dolly présente son nouvel album live avec comme invités :

- George Jones
- Carrie Underwood
- Kellie Pickler
- Wynonna Judd




Kellie, Dolly & Carrie


PRESENTATION très drôle à des journalistes :



Internée dans un hôpital psychiatrique, je regarde à travers les barreaux
Comment a t'il osé me mettre ici, comment a t'il pu aller aussi loin
Oui j'ai besoin d'aide mais pas de cette aide là. Il ne m'a jamais aimé dès le départ
Ce n'est pas ma tête qui ne tourne pas rond, c'est mon coeur

Oh Papa, viens me chercher, et ramène moi à la maison
Je suis dépendante de toi papa, je n'ai pas d'autres solutions
Et tu m'as dit que je pouvais venir à toi si j'étais dans le besoin
Mais papa, je ne peux pas venir, c'est toi qui dois venir me chercher

( parlé ) Quand il a dit qu'il en aimait une autre, j'étais folle de jalousie
J'étais furieuse contre lui, je ne pouvais pas le laisser partir comme ça
Je n'ai pas supporté de le perdre, j'ai pleuré des jours et des jours
Il a dit que j'étais cinglée et il m'a mise là pour se débarasser de moi
Papa, viens me chercher

Oh Papa, viens me chercher, et ramène moi à la maison
Je suis dépendante de toi papa, je n'ai pas d'autres solutions
Et tu m'as dit que je pouvais venir à toi si j'étais dans le besoin
Mais papa, je ne peux pas venir, c'est toi qui dois venir me chercher

Oh papa ... Viens me chercher !




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