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Great Balls of Fire is the twenty-first solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on May 28, 1979, by RCA Records. The album's first single, "You're the Only One", topped the . country charts in mid 1979 ( pop), while the follow-up single, "Sweet Summer Lovin'", was a top ten country hit at ( pop). The album included two covers: the title song, a remake of the Jerry Lee Lewis hit from 1957; and a bluegrass-inspired recording. of The Beatles hit "Help!".
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Heartbreaker is the twentieth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on July 17, 1978, by RCA Victor. Released following the huge pop crossover success of Here You Come Again, Heartbreaker was designed as an even more direct aim at the pop charts, with several of its songs verging on disco. The title song, a ballad written by Carole Bayer Sager, topped the .
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This album is pure pop country with a dash of disco. Her more pop orientated albums always get blasted but this is one of her best despite including her bizarre remake of "Help". Star of the Show" should have been a single (with a long disco mix) in the US and I always thought it would make for a brilliant opening to her live concerts even tho she only preformed it once on TV in the late 80's.
Watch the video for Great Balls Of Fire from Dolly Parton's The Ultimate Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain Too much love can drive a girl insane You broke my will oh but what a thrill Goodness gracious grea. iew full lyrics. It's Not My Affair Anymore.
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Star of the Show, 03:54. Do You Think That Time Stands Still, 03:54. Great Balls of Fire, 03:51. Almost In Love, 03:18. It's Not My Affair Anymore, 03:15.
Great Balls of Fire is a rock and roll album recorded by film star Mae West and released by MGM Records in 1972. It was the third rock album release by the star and her final full-length recording. Originally recorded in 1968, the LP was released four years later, a few months before West turned 79. The record consisted of covers of rock classics and new songs. It was produced by Ian Whitcomb and featured background vocals by The Mike Curb Congregation. Great Balls of Fire was not a commercial success and did not chart.
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|A1||Star Of The Show
Backing Vocals – Anita Ball, Julia Waters, Maxine Waters, Richard Dennison, Roy Galloway, Stephanie SpruillWritten-By – Parton*
Backing Vocals – Julia Waters, Maxine Waters, Roy Galloway, Stephanie SpruillWritten-By – Parton*
|A3||You're The Only One
Backing Vocals – Carol Carmichael ParksWritten-By – Bruce Roberts, Carole Bayer Sager
Backing Vocals – Herb Pedersen, Ricky SkaggsWritten-By – Lennon-McCartney
|A5||Do You Think That Time Stands Still
Backing Vocals – Anita Ball, Richard DennisonWritten-By – Parton*
|B1||Sweet Summer Lovin'
Backing Vocals – Carol Carmichael ParksWritten-By – Blaise Tosti, Bud Reneau
|B2||Great Balls Of Fire
Written-By – Jack Hammer, Otis Blackwell
|B3||Almost In Love
Backing Vocals – Carol Carmichael ParksWritten-By – D. Thiele, Dean Parks
|B4||It's Not My Affair Anymore
Backing Vocals – Anita Ball, Carol Carmichael Parks, Richard DennisonWritten-By – J. French*
Written-By – Parton*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Corporation
- Copyright (c) – RCA Corporation
- Recorded At – Sound Labs, Hollywood
- Recorded At – A&M Studios
- Recorded At – Salty Dog Studios
- Mixed At – Spectrum Studios
- Mastered At – A&M Studios
- Arranged By [Horns] – Dean Parks, Gregg Perry, Jim Horn
- Arranged By [Rhythm] – Dean Parks
- Arranged By [Strings] – Dean Parks (tracks: B3), Gregg Perry (tracks: A3, A5, B5)
- Banjo – Herb Pedersen
- Bass – Abraham Laboriel
- Concertmaster – Harry Bluestone, Sid Sharp*
- Congas – Lenny Castro
- Contractor – Frank De Caro*
- Design [Artwork], Photography By – Ed Caraeff Studio*
- Drums, Percussion – Jim Keltner
- Engineer – Eric Prestidge
- English Horn – Earle Dumler*
- Executive Producer – Dolly Parton , Charles Koppelman
- Guitar, Flute [Alto] – Dean Parks
- Harp – Dorothy Remsen
- Horns – Chuck Findley, Gary Herbig, Jim Horn, Quitman Dennis
- Keyboards – Bill Payne (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B5), David Foster (tracks: A1, B3), Michael Omartian (tracks: A3, A5, B4)
- Mandolin – David Grisman
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundmann*
- Piano – Gregg Perry (tracks: A1, B3)
- Producer, Synthesizer – Dean Parks, Gregg Perry
- Recorded By [Assistant] – Linda Tyler
- Steel Guitar – Joe McGuffee
- Tambourine – Stephanie Spruill
Notes℗ © 1979 RCA Corporation
Recorded at Sound Labs, Inc., A&M Recording & Salty Dog, L.A.
Mixed at Spectrum Studios. Mastered at A&M Recording.
In the lower right corner on the front of the cover:
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- Rights Society: GEMA
|AHL 1-3361||Dolly Parton||Great Balls Of Fire (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA||AHL 1-3361||US||1979|
|PL 13361||Dolly Parton||Great Balls Of Fire (LP, Album, )||RCA Victor||PL 13361||UK||1979|
|PK 13361||Dolly Parton||Great Balls Of Fire (Cass, Album)||RCA||PK 13361||UK||1979|
|AHL 1-3361||Dolly Parton||Great Balls Of Fire (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||RCA, RCA Victor||AHL 1-3361||US||1979|
|RVP-6391||Dolly Parton||Great Balls Of Fire (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA||RVP-6391||Japan||1979|