Those Were the Days

~ Release group by Dolly Parton

Album

Release Format Tracks Date Country Label Catalog# Barcode
Official
Those Were the Days CD 12 Blue Eye Records (Dolly Parton's own record label) 0946 350142 2 8 094635014228
Those Were the Days CD 12 Sugar Hill Records (American bluegrass and Americana label) SUG-CD-4007 015891400723

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The fourth in Dolly Parton's series of bluegrass albums is irrepressibly perky. But whereas the previous three sat folk and country classics next to deliciously unpredictable choices like "Stairway To Heaven" or "I Get A Kick Out Of You", this time there is a consistent theme; peace and protest.

Parton is generous in letting others share the spotlight, from old stalwarts (George Jones, Brenda Lee and even Porter Wagoner and Yusuf Islam) to younger talent (Nickel Creek, Keith Urban and Norah Jones). And, on the title track, Dollywood regulars The Moscow State Circus.

In places it can all be a bit much, like the syrup-drenched "Imagine". But a dignified "The Cruel War" and a nimble rendition of "Me And Bobby McGee" with Kris Kristofferson manage to redress the balance.