Dolly PartonJolene

Label:RCA – 19075958961, RCA – APL1-0473, Legacy – 19075958961
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
Genre:Folk, World, & Country


A2When Someone Wants To Leave2:04
A3River Of Happiness2:17
A4Early Morning Breeze2:45
A5Highlight Of My Life2:16
B1I Will Always Love You2:53
B3Living On Memories Of You2:42
B4Lonely Comin' Down3:11
B5It Must Be You1:48

Companies, etc.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 190759589618
  • Barcode (Printed): 1 9075-95896-1 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 19075958961A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 19075958961B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): MRP1965 / 19075958961 - B 61# 192035E2/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): MRP1965 / 19075958961 - A 61# 192035E1/B

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Jolene (LP, Album, Orange label)RCA Victor, RCA VictorAFL1-0473, AFL1 0473UK1974
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Jolene (LP, Album, Indianapolis Pressing, Orange Labels)RCA VictorAPL1-0473US1974
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Jolene (LP, Album)RCA VictorAPL1-0473South Africa1974
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Jolene (LP, Album)RCA VictorAPL1-0473Canada1974
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Jolene (LP, Album)RCA VictorAPL1-0473Canada1974



  • Justondiscogs's avatar
    Sounds great on my system. Using an Audio Technica LP60 connected to a Yamaha CR-1020 with Wharfedale Diamond 11.4 speakers. Vocals are bright and the instruments come through very nice. Not flat or disappointing in the slightest. For a $15 find at my local record store, I’m thrilled with this record!
    • riot_fc's avatar
      I agree with trippmitchell99 Apr 11, 2023. This issue unfortunately sounds absolutely flat and anything but rich. (I can't compare to the first release, as I've never heard that one. But I can compare with other records from that time and genre).
      It sounds like a typical reissue from the time when the original recordings were digitized and then simply put back on vinyl.
      Beggars can't be choosers, though.
      • mikeSF_'s avatar
        Edited 4 months ago
        A solid reissue from 2019. Has great clarity and dynamics, Dolly's voice out front at all times with no distractions from the band.

        Highlights of course are "I Will Always Love You" and "Jolene", two singles that have become country canon. Dolly writes all but two songs on this album, and they are engaging. Her voice is light, lilting, sometimes breathy, and so expressive.

        Better than decent pressing, no noise between tracks, no pressing errors, and good dynamics.

        3.5 stars
        • trippmitchell99's avatar
          It’s rather lifeless. While it’s not the absolute worse pressing I have ever heard, cats on a tin roof have more dynamics. For 15 bucks it gets the job done on a rather hard to find record. It just sounds like a cheap mp3 pressed to vinyl.
          • elijah.rb71's avatar
            Couldn't find an original, and in my opinion this is a great option. I had a really loud staticky sound near the end of track 4, but it came out with a good cleaning so no worries there. Highly recommend!
            • BOBBRADLEY's avatar
              Nice pressing of a somewhat hard to find record, you can’t go wrong for the price .
              • TressTress's avatar
                Great sounding album. Good pressing - don’t hesitate to pick it up
                • mhk246's avatar
                  No complaints. Sounded very clear and full. The vinyl was a nice weight as well.
                  • ohboy360's avatar
                    This is a good pressing. A small amount of background noise. No pops/clicks. Nothing fancy with the packaging, but that's fine by me. I recommend this.


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