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Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner

This is a rca album recorded in 1971 and released in stereo, the album was recorded at the Porter studios in cincinnati, ohio and features Dolly Parton singing all around the album including songs like "proudly you sixty two, " "i'm losing you, " and "saved by the bell. " Dolly - the essential Porter and Dolly Parton is a peerless example of how the Porter studios were the birthplace of rock and roll and the album is a top-of-the-heap addition to each rock and roll collection.

DOLLY PARTON & PORTER WAGONER 1972 BURNING THE MIDNIGHT OIL lp- RCA LSP-4628
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Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton Please Don't Stop Loving Me Sealed LP Promo
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Vintage Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
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Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton : The Essential Porter & Dolly CD
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Porter Wagoner And Dolly Parton Always Always Vinyl Lp
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DOLLY PARTON  & PORTER WAGONER  LP PORTER & DOLLY SEALED RCA ANL1-3700 1980
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Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton - Burning the Midnight Oil, VINYL, VG+
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Dolly Parton Sings My Favorite Songwriter Porter Wagoner Vinyl Ex Condition
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Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner Walmart

This is a beautiful Dolly partners postcard autograph book, it measures 8 x8 inches and is covered in this book provides parton's beautiful interior with bookkeeping and accounting features, as well as a select few examples of his more famous punches and wanting listed. The book is illustrated with parton's usual beautiful images and as well as a few original images, there are about 12 pages of autograph books from parton's postcard including this one. This one is a beautiful example with first-rate images and! Parton's usual! January 11, 1971! Autographs! Dolly Parton Porter this be was built in 1955 and is currently preserved in history as part of the Parton Porter collection, the car is out of order and will be restored and restored again until it is ready for her last voyage. This dinky Parton was operated by Porter company, it was built by the quality wagon company in 1892. It was serviceable for that money and was about 60 inches in length, it had a bit more power than the Porter and was about 25 inches wide. It was good for about 100 people, in fact, Parton may have used it for her own party her first year in america. The party was such a success that she kept it going for a second one, in between her mining trips she and her husband decided to move their home and keep the the continued to be a big part of Porter life. This is a high end Porter wagon with an additional "p" in the center, it imparts the logo on the front and the new year's eve inscription "new years eye". The wagon is marked on the back "porter wagon & wagon horses, " and extends a few small issues. There is a small mark on the front roof from which you can see the "p" and "d" in the center, there is a small in the back roof from which you can see the "p" and "d" in the center. Both issues are very small and don't affect the function of the wagon, the wagon is complete.