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White Limozeen
Dolly Parton
White Limozeen
Genres: Country, Pop, Christian
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All Artists: Dolly Parton
Title: White Limozeen
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 5/30/1989
Re-Release Date: 5/11/1989
Genres: Country, Pop, Christian
Styles: Bluegrass, Classic Country, Today's Country, Country & Bluegrass
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074644438420, 079895455226, 074644438444

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A Chaffeur-Driven Classic
Steven Fantina | Phillipsburg, NJ USA | 01/06/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"For this late eighties renaissance album, Dolly Parton told producer Ricky Skaggs to "Take Me Back to the Country." After years of mediocre pop-oriented material, Dolly returned to her traditional roots, and the results were very, very impressive!From the playful humor of "Why Did You Come in Here Lookin' Like That?" to the penetrating laments of "What is it About You My Love?" Dolly does justice to many classic country themes. "The Moon, The Stars, and Me " is a touching tale of betrayal. The title song with its offbeat spelling is another light offering with a bouncy beat, and "Time for Me to Fly" which seems like it would be appropriate among Patsy Cline's repertoire is actually a countrified remake of a rock offering and seems to provide a homecoming for the song. Mac Davis duets with her on one cut, reminding listeners that his voice is too rarely heard from these days.The album's unquestionable standout is "He's Alive" which has become something of a gospel music classic. Dolly's performance is a reverent show-stopper. It has become the finale of her live shows and is the type of song that can stand many repetitions without getting stale.This collection started Dolly back on the road to artistic elegance even if most disc jockeys ignore her these days. White Limozeen is just one more reason to turn off the radio's cowboy hatted clones and enjoy the stellar country of Dolly and her contemporaries."
Take Me Back To The Country
Jake Z | Canada | 02/05/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Take Me Back To The Country", the 8th song on this CD, is a fitting title, as WHITE LIMOZEEN was Dolly's return to country music. In 1987, she teamed up with Linda Ronstandt and Emmylou Harris on the successful TRIO album, but this was her first solo country album in a long while. Country radio, readily accepted her with open arms, as this album spun off a few hits: the title track, "Yellow Roses" and "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin Like That".The album was produced by Ricky Skaggs. Dolly wrote 4 of the 10 songs on the album. The ballads are spectacular. "Yellow Roses" is very deserving of it's hit status, it's a really good ballad from Dolly about heartbreak over an ended relationship. Same goes for "The Moon, The Stars, And Me", which is a nice ballad, also kind of sad. "Slow Healing Heart" and "What Is It My Love" are also nice ballads. She does a nice cover of "Time For Me To Fly", which is a great uptempo song to open the album with. "He's Alive" is an epic ballad which is very intense and uplifting. A nice gospel song. Overall, WHITE LIMOZEEN was one of her best albums in a long time at that point of release in 1989, and it's still one of her best albums. In fact, probably her best album she recorded for Columbia Records."
Dolly is the best!
Jake Z | 09/01/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have this album. I have been a fan of Dolly Parton's for over 15 years, and every album is great!! This one in particular White Limozeen, is one of my all time favorites, she is the one who really got me into music, and has been hooked ever since! "He's Alive" is one of the best songs ever! "White Limozeen" The title cut is the absolute best. I highly recommend this cd to any Dolly fan!"