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Disc 1


Rockstar (special Guest Richie Sambora)

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World On Fire

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Every Breath You Take (feat. Sting)

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Open Arms (feat. Steve Perry)

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Magic Man (feat. Ann Wilson With Special Guest Howard Leese)

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Long As I Can See The Light (feat. John Fogerty)

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Either Or (feat. Kid Rock)

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I Want You Back (feat. Steven Tyler With Special Guest Warren Haynes)

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What Has Rock And Roll Ever Done For You (feat. Stevie Nicks With Special Guest Waddy Wachtel)

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Purple Rain

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Baby, I Love Your Way (feat. Peter Frampton)

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I Hate Myself For Loving You (feat. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)

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Night Moves (feat. Chris Stapleton)

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Wrecking Ball (feat. Miley Cyrus)

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(i Can't Get No) Satisfaction (feat. P!nk & Brandi Carlile)

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Keep On Loving You (feat. Kevin Cronin)

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Heart Of Glass (feat. Debbie Harry)

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Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me (feat. Elton John)

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Tried To Rock And Roll Me (feat. Melissa Etheridge)

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Stairway To Heaven (feat. Lizzo & Sasha Flute)

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We Are The Champions

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Bygones (feat. Rob Halford With Special Guests Nikki Sixx & John 5)

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My Blue Tears (feat. Simon Le Bon)

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What's Up? (feat. Linda Perry)

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You're No Good (feat. Emmylou Harris & Sheryl Crow)

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Heartbreaker (feat. Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo)

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Bittersweet (feat. Michael Mcdonald)

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I Dreamed About Elvis (feat. Ronnie Mcdowell With Special Guest The Jordanaires)

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Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

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Free Bird (feat. Ronnie Van Zant With Special Guests Gary Rossington, Artimus Pyle And The Artimus Pyle Band)

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You are working on a rock album right now, and I understand that you plan to cover everything from “Stairway To Heaven” to “Satisfaction” from the Rolling Stones. Any chance of getting Mick Jagger to record with you?

I’m doing my best trying to get him on. I think Pink and Brandie Carlisle are going to be singing on that particular song with me. We have great artists like Paul McCartney singing with me and a lot of wonderful… Stevie Nicks, we just finished a song last night. Steve Perry and Steven Tyler, a lot of great artists, iconic singers that are going to be with us.

Dolly Partin – Interview with The View, January 18, 2023

I’ve got a lot of wonderful iconic songs that people love, and a lot of wonderful iconic singers joining me on them, like Elton John… He is on one of the songs he wrote… And of course Paul McCartney sings with me on Let It Be… And we got John Fogerty, we got Stevie Nicks and I just finished our song. Hopefully we’re gonna have Cher and Annie Lennox… Got Joan Jett… We’ve got all kinds of wonderful people…

Dolly Partin – Interview with The Rachael Ray Show, January 24, 2023

I’m very honored and pleased to be on her album. I was with a friend who had finished doing some backgrounds for the vocal on the Steven Tyler duet [‘I Want You Back’] and I said, ‘That’s right, she’s doing that rock album’. So I came home, I called my manager, I said, ‘I heard that Dolly’s doing this album right now. I’d love to do a guitar solo.’ He said, ‘Oh, I know Dolly.’ The next thing I know I’m on the telephone with Dolly’s producer, Kent Wells. He said, ‘I hear you want to do a guitar solo.’ I said, ‘Yes, I would love to do it.’ He said, ‘Is that all you want to do, a guitar solo?’ I said, ‘Well, I lowballed you with the guitar solo. I figured you had all your duets done.’ He said, ‘Well, would you ever think about doing one of your songs with Dolly?’ I said, ‘Let me think about … yes!’ (Laughs)

So he said, ‘Let me call you back.’ He calls me back in, like, 10 minutes. He said, ‘Dolly would love to do ‘Baby, I Love Your Way’ with you.’ So we did, and it’s pretty phenomenal. She takes it to a whole other level. It’s such an honor she wanted to do that. […]

I said, ‘Kent, this is great, thank you. That was wonderful. But remember I lowballed you with the guitar solo? I still want to do an electric guitar solo. He goes, ‘OK … Would you like to do the solo on ‘Let It Be?’ So I said, ‘Don’t tell me.’ He says, ‘Uh-hum. Paul’s singing, Ringo’s playing drums, Mick Fleetwood’s on tambourine.’ Oh. My. God!’ He said, ‘You want to do the solo?’ I said, ‘Uh-huh.’ So I did the solo, and I’m over the moon about that.” […]

I told Kent, ‘I’m not gonna do the George Harrison solo, or even the Paul McCartney one on the [alternate] take of it. I can’t do that. I’m gonna play Frampton.’ But I did play through a Leslie [organ cabinet], but I had it on slow, not fast like on the record. It’s an interesting sound, and everyone seems to like it so far – even though I’ve transgressed the unwritten law and changed a Beatle thing. But I’m pretty proud of it.

Peter Frampton – From How Peter Frampton ‘Lowballed’ His Way Onto Dolly Parton’s Album (ultimateclassicrock.com), May 9, 2023

I’ve always loved that song [Let It Be]. I recorded the song without them and then I thought, ‘Wow. Wouldn’t it be great if Paul McCartney would agree to play piano and sing on it?!’ And then I thought ‘wouldn’t it even be greater to have Ringo Starr – because that’s the last of The Beatles – play on that track?!’

Then, of course, we had Mick Fleetwood doing some percussion along with that, and then we had Peter Frampton who added a few things on it. I thought, ‘this is an all-star song!’

But just the whole idea of having Paul, who I’ve loved through the years and just having them be on it… I just asked if they’d do it and they said ‘yeah’, and I was excited to death.

I have to give a lot of that credit as far as the musicians and the others (are concerned) to Kent Wells, who is the producer of the album. He’s been my musical director and guitar player for 30 plus years.

But Paul and Ringo (performing ‘Let It Be’) was definitely my first thought on that, ‘If I could get them, that would be great!’ They were so generous and so sweet about it. I was so, so touched with so many of the people on the album that they were so willing to do it.

Dolly Parton – Interview with Dave Berry – From Dolly Parton talks reuniting The Beatles’ Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr on her rock album (planetradio.co.uk), June 30, 2023

Last updated on July 6, 2023


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Robert Asocar 1 year ago

In the first paragraph, the interviewer asks, “Any change of getting Mick Jagger to record with you?” I believe CHANGE was supposed to be CHANCE.

The PaulMcCartney Project 1 year ago

Thanks Robert. It's now fixed!

Patrick 1 year ago

Dolly Partin – Interview with The View, January 18, 2023

... Partin ???? (LOL)

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