Home for Christmas - Dolly Parton

Home for Christmas

Dolly Parton

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 1990-09-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
First Nöel Dolly Parton 4:05 USD 1.29
2
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town Dolly Parton 1:51 USD 1.29
3
I'll Be Home for Christmas Dolly Parton 3:13 USD 1.29
4
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Dolly Parton 3:25 USD 1.29
5
Go Tell It On the Mountain Dolly Parton 2:50 USD 1.29
6
The Little Drummer Boy Dolly Parton 4:36 USD 1.29
7
We Three Kings Dolly Parton 2:44 USD 1.29
8
Jingle Bells Dolly Parton 1:55 USD 1.29
9
O Little Town of Bethlehem Dolly Parton 2:38 USD 1.29
10
Joy to the World Dolly Parton 4:24 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Hate this

    4
    By Logan reppeto
    Hate the album that dolly made hate it
  • Voice of an angel

    5
    By MSM_72
    As always, Dolly sings these songs wonderfully. It's a great album and a "must" for Christmas!
  • I LOVE DOLLY!

    5
    By ~~Tennessee~~
    I live where she was born, and i love her voice! she's a mountain girl just like me, I LOVE this album.
  • Childhood favorite

    5
    By boarderchick68
    I love this album because she puts so much of her own expression into every song, while still managing to keep the authenticity of each song. Every year after Thanksgiving my mom would pull out all our Christmas tapes and CD's and Dolly's was my absolute favorite. When I hear this album, it makes me smile and reminds me of driving around town in the snow, looking at Christmas lights, and listening to Dolly Parton's Christmas album with my family. I love it!
  • It's splendid

    5
    By Emilane
    Loved it
  • Home For Christmas

    4
    By a song 4u
    This second holiday cd from Dolly isn't bad really, instead of writing and producing originals like her first holiday offering featuring Kenny Rogers Dolly chooses traditional songs and injects some personal thoughts into the songs and her spoken words tend to sound a bit like "sermonetts." Indeed this may have been intended as a concept album of sorts given the album title since Dolly is from a small town and the opening lines of the first song features a pastor instructing his congregation to open their hymnals. There is some slickness to the production and the "twang" turned down a bit but this cd is still enjoyable. My personal favorite is "We Three Kings" featuing keyboards and Banjo, but listen for a Dulcimer.