Monday, October 30, 2017

Dolly Parton: I Believe In You - CD Review

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Country music isn't my preferred genre of choice.  I tend to lean more towards contemporary Christian or rock 'n roll.  But, regardless that she's a female country singer, Dolly Parton is an iconic legend with a voice all its own.  She has amazing vocal talent, and I'm impressed with her work outside of music.

Dolly Parton recently released I Believe In You, her first album written and recorded for kids and those young at heart.  All 14 tracks on I Believe In You were written and performed by Dolly Parton.  As another way to show her generosity, all proceeds of I Believe In You will go to the Imagination Library, a book gifting organization that has mailed more than 100 million books to children throughout the world.

Although this album is geared towards kids, I recommend anyone who is a fan of Dolly's to purchase it.  I personally like every track on the CD, although Together Forever is my absolute favorite.  The messages in each song are positive and inspirational.  Dolly has done quite well with her newest album.

I Believe In You Track Listing
I Believe in You
Coat of Many Colors (new recording)
Together Forever
I Am a Rainbow
I’m Here
A Friend Like You
Imagination
You Can Do It
Responsibility
You Gotta Be
Makin’ Fun Ain’t Funny
Chemo Hero
Brave Little Soldier
Bonus track spoken audio: Coat of Many Colors (book read by Dolly Parton)


3 comments:

D Johnson said...

Awesome! I just love Dolly Parton. She reminds me of my great grandfather, who was a huge fan. We would listen to her music when I was a very small child.

Renee said...

I think I will get this as a stocking stuffer for my girls. They both received books from birth to 5 years of age thanks to Dolly's Imagination Library and we just think the world of her talent and generous spirit.

Jana Leah B said...

I'm not a fan of Dolly either, but I agree that she is a talented singer.