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Number of Rainbow (1987) Reviews: 2
tHE VERY BEST OF ALL HER WORK
Reviewer: firstname.lastname@example.org, May 07, 2006 i HAVE THIS CASSETTE WHICH i BOUGH IN 1987, AND NOW TRYING TO FIND THE C.D. THE SONG, MORE THAN I CAN SAY IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SONG SHE HAS WRITTEN. WHY IT DIDN'T MAKE #1, I DON'T KNOW. DOLLY IS MY INSPIRATION AND IF I COULD MEET ANY PERSON IN THE UNIVERSE, IT WOULD BE HER. SHE GIVES BACK SO MUCH TO HER FANS. IN EVERY WRITING IN HER MUSEUM, SHE MENTIONS OUR GOD. ON HER RECORDING ALBUMS, SHE HAS AT LEAST ONE SPIRITUAL SONG. SHE HERSELF IS TRULY AN ANGEL OF GOD.
Dolly's talent almost make this pop work
Reviewer: John Fitzgerald, Human resources staff database assistant May 15, 2001 The song that Rick plays electric slide guitar on, "Red hot screaming love" is not the flame
out rocker it sounds like although it might as well have been as this was another attempt
by Dolly to break in to the pop rock world and away from country flavorings but
unfortunately, it doesn't really work. This record earns an average rating due mainly to
Parton's undeniable talent but to no avail. Listening to this album now, it has a rather
dated 80's feel to it which was the main downfall for Dave Mason's attempted comeback
album then, "Two hearts" as the industry bigwigs try to make Dolly a Whitney Houston
style balladeer pop rocker. This just seems too forced and probably why more genuine
past pop efforts of hers such as "Here you go again" & "9 to 5" were much better but no
such gems are present here.
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