Dolly Parton resurrects three of her best-loved oldies — ”Jolene,” ”The Seeker,” and ”I Will Always Love You” (in a duet with Vince Gill) — to accompany the grab-bag of original new tunes on Something Special. Much of the contemporary material is slight (and over-orchestrated), but ”Teach Me to Trust” is as vulnerable as M-O-R ever gets. B-
Something Special Dolly Parton resurrects three of her best-loved oldies — ''Jolene,'' ''The Seeker,'' and ''I Will Always Love You'' (in a duet with Vince Gill) &...Something SpecialCountry Dolly Parton resurrects three of her best-loved oldies — ''Jolene,'' ''The Seeker,'' and ''I Will Always Love You'' (in a duet with Vince Gill) &...1995-08-25
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Dolly Parton
Posted August 25 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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