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Stella Parton - Last Train To Memphis (2015)

18-02-2016, 23:01
Country | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Last Train To Memphis
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Produced
Genre: Country/Rock
Quality: Flac
Total Time: 27:46
Total Size: 177 MB

1. Let's Have A Party (3:00)
2. Heartbreak Hotel (2:59)
3. Blue Moon Of Kentucky (2:04)
4. Blue Suede Shoes (2:16)
5. Get Rhythm (2:01)
6. John B. Goode (2:37)
7. Great Balls Of Fire (1:51)
8. It Aint Me Babe (3:01)
9. Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On (2:57)
10. Shake Rattle And Roll (2:16)
11. Last Train To Memphis (2:38)

Rockabilly at its best - New studio CD contains 11 upbeat cover songs that are sure to get you dancing. Cover songs from Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan just to name a few. CD release scheduled to coincide with Stella's Scandinavia 2015 tour

Stella Parton is the younger sister of Dolly Parton and had a few hits of her own during the latter half of the '70s. She was born in Sevier County, KY, in 1949 and first sang on a local Knoxville TV show with Dolly at age seven. Her radio debut came two years later, and she and two other Parton sisters soon formed a group to sing both gospel music and commercial jingles around eastern Tennessee. Parton started working on her own songwriting in high school but married and got pregnant with her first child prior to graduation. After some time away from music, she started her own record label, Country Soul, in 1975 and released an album called I Want to Hold You in My Dreams Tonight. Its title track was a substantial national hit, climbing into the country Top Ten, and she landed a major-label deal with Elektra in 1976. Her 1977 duet with Carmol Taylor, "Neon Woman," was somewhat successful, and she scored three Top 20 hits over 1977-1978 with "The Danger of a Stranger," "Four Little Letters," and "Standard Lie Number One." She recorded a total of three albums for Elektra through 1979, then departed to record sporadically for smaller labels during the '80s. She scored minor chart singles in 1982 and 1989 but spent most of the decade working as an actress in Broadway musicals like The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers; she also wrote and choreographed shows at her sister's Dollywood theme park and in the early '90s published a Southern cookbook. ~ Steve Huey

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cajundavy   User offline   19 February 2016 23:18

She made some good albums but this one is not her. I suppose being Dolly's sister is a hard act to follow but I prefer here doing straight country...

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