Two never-before-released tracks from Dolly Parton's 1970 appearance at Sevier County High School from the concert used to create her "A Real Live Dolly" album later that year will be issued as part of the first-ever CD release of the classic album next month.
Dollymania.net: The Online Dolly Parton Newsmagazine last week first broke the news that Sony Music's four-CD, career-spanning boxed set "Dolly," coming out Oct. 27, would also be available in an exclusive direct-order bundle that will include a limited release CD pressing of "A Real Live Dolly," but only for those who order the product online directly from the record label.
A few days later, Sony officially announced the bundle and added that the bonus CD would include four tracks from the concert that were absent from the original album: "Just Because I'm A Woman" and "Coat Of Many Colors" that had previously appeared as bonus cuts on the label's 2003 re-issue of "Just Because I'm A Woman" plus two additional previously unreleased concert selections: "Daddy Come And Get Me" and "He's A Go Getter." These will be in addition to the seven previously unreleased tracks contained in the boxed set itself.
The special bundle will be available online from the label for the same $50 price tag that most stores will charge for the boxed set alone (plus about $10 postage) for delivery on its Oct. 27 release date.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.