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Dolly Parton discography

Dolly Parton in Nashville, 2005.
Releases
Studio albums 58
Live albums 3
Compilation albums 24
Singles 106
B-sides 5
Music videos 45
Soundtracks 3
No.1 Single (USA) 25
No.1 Single (Overall) 37

The following is a detailed discography for American country artist, Dolly Parton. To date, Parton has released 58 studio albums, 24 compilation albums, and 3 live albums and has issued 106 singles.

After releasing two unsuccessful singles as a teenager, Parton signed a recording contract with Monument Records in 1964, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee shortly afterward. In 1967, Monument released her debut album, Hello, I'm Dolly, which spawned the hits, "Dumb Blonde" and "Something's Fishy," which reached #24 and #17 respectively. Shortly after official debut, Parton was asked to replace country vocalist, Norma Jean as the co-host of the syndicated country music television show The Porter Wagoner Show, alongside country star, Porter Wagoner. Together the pair recorded 12 albums together under RCA Records, and had a series of Top 10 hits on the country charts during the late 60s and early 70s, including "The Last Thing on My Mind," "Tomorrow is Forever," and "Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man." On his televisions series, Parton gained a national audience that consisted of millions, and her own singles began to progressively become larger hits on the country chart. In 1974, Parton parted ways with Wagoner and his show in order to expand her career as a solo artist, writing and recording the #1 hit, "I Will Always Love You" as a tribute to Wagoner.

Following her departure from Wagoner's show, Parton branched out into Pop music with the 1977 single, "Here You Come Again," which hit #1 on the country chart and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, helping to produce a string of crossover hits in the late 70s and early 80s, including "Two Doors Down," "Heartbreaker," "You're the Only One," "9 to 5" and "But You Know I Love You." In addition, album sales also increased with many being certified "Gold" or "Platinum" by the RIAA.

After a slight commercial decline late 1980s, Parton signed with Columbia Records moved into traditional country music with the album, White Limozeen, which spawned the #1 singles, "Why'd You Come Her Lookin' Like That" and "Yellow Roses," and was certified Platinum in sales. Two more traditional-oriented albums were released in the early 90s that also were successful, Eagle When She Flies (1991) and Slow Dancing with the Moon (1993). In 1999 she signed a contract with Sugar Hill Records and recorded a series of Bluegrass albums, beginning with The Grass Is Blue in 1999, followed by Little Sparrow (2001) and Halos & Horns (2002). In 2007 she formed her own record label, Dolly Records and issued her first mainstream country album in over ten years in 2008 entitled, Backwoods Barbie, which has produced five singles including the minor country hit, "Better Get to Livin'," which peaked at #48 on the Billboard country chart.

To date, Parton holds the record for the most #1 hits by a female country artist (25 in total) and the most Top 10 country albums on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (41 altogether).[1] She also previously held the record for the most Top 10 hits by a female country artist until Reba McEntire surpassed her in 2009 with her 56th Top 10 hit, "Cowgirls Don't Cry" with Brooks & Dunn.

Contents

Albums

Solo studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions[2] Certifications[3][4]
(sales threshold)
US Country US CAN Country CAN UK
1967 Hello, I'm Dolly 11
1968 Just Because I'm a Woman 22
1969 In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)
  • Released: February 1969
  • Label: RCA Victor
15
My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
  • Released: August 1969
  • Label: RCA Victor
6 194
1970 The Fairest of Them All
  • Released: February 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
13
Golden Streets of Glory
  • Released: December 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
22
1971 Joshua
  • Released: April 1971
  • Label: RCA Victor
16 198 24
Coat of Many Colors
  • Released: October 1971
  • Label: RCA Victor
7
1972 Touch Your Woman
  • Released: March 1972
  • Label: RCA Victor
19
My Favorite Songwriter: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: October 1972
  • Label: RCA Victor
33
1973 My Tennessee Mountain Home
  • Released: April 1973
  • Label: RCA Victor
19
Bubbling Over
  • Released: September 1973
  • Label: RCA Victor
14
1974 Jolene
  • Released: February 1974
  • Label: RCA Victor
6
Love Is Like a Butterfly
  • Released: September 1974
  • Label: RCA Victor
7
1975 The Bargain Store
  • Released: March 1975
  • Label: RCA Victor
9
Dolly: The Seeker/We Used To
  • Released: September 1975
  • Label: RCA Victor
14
1976 All I Can Do
  • Released: August 1976
  • Label: RCA Victor
3
1977 New Harvest...First Gathering
  • Released: May 14, 1977
  • Label: RCA Victor
1 71
Here You Come Again
  • Released: December 24, 1977
  • Label: RCA Victor
1 20 12
1978 Heartbreaker
  • Released: September 9, 1978
  • Label: RCA Victor
1 27 1 20
  • US: Gold
  • CAN: Gold
1979 Great Balls of Fire
  • Released: May 1979
  • Label: RCA Victor
4 40 1 28
  • US: Gold
1980 Dolly, Dolly, Dolly
  • Released: March 1980
  • Label: RCA
7 71 1
9 to 5 and Odd Jobs
  • Released: December 1980
  • Label: RCA
1 11 36 15
  • US: Gold
  • CAN: Gold
1981 Heartbreak Express
  • Released: April 1982
  • Label: RCA
5 106
1983 Burlap & Satin
  • Released: May 1983
  • Label: RCA
5 127
1984 The Great Pretender
  • Released: January 1984
  • Label: RCA
7 73 69
1985 Real Love
  • Released: February 1985
  • Label: RCA
9
1987 Rainbow
  • Released: November 23, 1987
  • Label: Columbia
18 153 83
1989 White Limozeen
  • Released: May 30, 1989
  • Label: Columbia
3 18
  • US: Gold
1991 Eagle When She Flies
  • Released: May 18, 1991
  • Label: Columbia
1 24
  • US: Platinum
  • CAN: Gold
1993 Slow Dancing with the Moon
  • Released: February 23, 1993
  • Label: Columbia
4 16 7
  • US: Platinum
  • CAN: Gold
1995 Something Special
  • Released: August 22, 1995
  • Label: Columbia
10 54 7
1996 Treasures 21 122 24 116
1998 Hungry Again 23 167 41
1999 The Grass Is Blue 24 198
2001 Little Sparrow
  • Released: January 23, 2001
  • Label: Sugar Hill
12 97 * * 30
2002 Halos & Horns
  • Released: July 9, 2002
  • Label: Sugar Hill
4 58 * * 37
2003 For God and Country
  • Released: November 11, 2003
  • Label: Sugar Hill
23 167 * *
2005 Those Were the Days
  • Released: October 11, 2005
  • Label: Sugar Hill
9 48 * 35
2008 Backwoods Barbie
  • Released: February 26, 2008
  • Label: Dolly
2 17 11 35
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
* denotes unknown peak positions

Collaborations

Year Album details Chart positions[2] Certifications[3][4]
(sales threshold)
US Country US CAN Country CAN
1968 Just Between You and Me
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: January 1968
  • Label: RCA Victor
8
Just the Two of Us
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: September 1968
  • Label: RCA Victor
5 184
1969 Always, Always
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: July 1969
  • Label: RCA Victor
5 162
1970 Once More
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: August 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
7 191
1971 Two of a Kind
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: July 1971
  • Label: RCA Victor
13 142
1972 The Right Combination/Burning the Midnight Oil
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: January 1972
  • Label: RCA Victor
6
Together Always
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: August 1972
  • Label: RCA Victor
3
1973 We Found It
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: February 1973
  • Label: RCA Victor
20
Love and Music
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: July 1973
  • Label: RCA Victor
8
1974 Porter 'n' Dolly
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: August 1974
  • Label: RCA Victor
8
1975 Say Forever You'll Be Mine
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: 1975
  • Label: RCA Victor
6
1980 Porter & Dolly
  • Collaborator: Porter Wagoner
  • Released: July 1980
  • Label: RCA Victor
9
1982 The Winning Hand 4 109
1987 Trio 1 6 4
  • US: Platinum
1993 Honky Tonk Angels 6 42 6 44
  • US: Gold
1999 Trio 2
  • Collaborator: Emmylou Harris & Linda Ronstadt
  • Released: January 1999
  • Label: Asylum
4 62 4
  • US: Gold
  • CAN: Gold
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Holiday albums

Year Album details Chart positions[2] Certifications[3][4]
(sales threshold)
US Country US CAN Country CAN
1984 Once Upon a Christmas
  • Collaboration with Kenny Rogers
  • Released: November 1984
  • Label: RCA
12 31 8 80
  • US: 2× Multi-Platinum
  • CAN: 5× Platinum
1990 Home for Christmas
  • Released: September 1, 1990
  • Label: Columbia
74
  • US: Gold
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Live albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions[2]
US Country US CAN Country UK
1970 A Real Live Dolly
  • Released: July 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
32 154
1994 Heartsongs: Live From Home
  • Released: September 1, 1994
  • Label: Columbia
16 87 38
2004 Live and Well
  • Released: September 14, 2004
  • Label: Sugar Hill
22 161 169
2009 Dolly: Live From London
  • Released: November 10, 2009
  • Label: Dolly Records
36 195 40 33
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Soundtracks

Year Album details Chart positions[2]
US Country US
1982 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas 5 63
1984 Rhinestone
  • Released: July 28, 1984
  • Label: RCA
32 135
1992 Straight Talk 22 138
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Compilations

Year Album details Peak chart positions[2] Certifications[3][4]
(sales threshold)
US Country US CAN UK
1970 As Long As I Love
  • Released: January 1970
  • Label: Monument
The Best of Dolly Parton
  • Released: November 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
12
  • US: Gold
1971 The Best of Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton
  • Released: July 1971
  • Label: RCA Victor
7
1972 Just the Way I Am
1973 Mine
  • Released: September 1973
  • Label: RCA Camden
1975 Best of Dolly Parton, Vol. 2
  • Released: July 1975
  • Label: RCA Victor
5
1978 Dolly Parton / Both Sides
  • Released: 1978
  • Label: RCA Victor
24
1982 Dolly Parton's Greatest Hits
  • Released: September 21, 1982
  • Label: RCA
7 77 58 74
  • US: Platinum
1985 Collectors Series
  • Released: 1985
  • Label: RCA
1986 Think About Love
  • Released: April 1986
  • Label: RCA
54
1987 Best of Dolly Parton, Vol. 3
  • Released: September 22, 1987
  • Label: RCA
The Best There Is
  • Released: July 1987
  • Label: RCA
1994 The Greatest Hits
  • Released: 1994
  • Label: Telstar
65
1996 I Will Always Love You and Other Greatest Hits
  • Released: April 1986
  • Label: Columbia
47
1997 The Ultimate Collection: A Life in Music
  • Released: 1997
  • Label: RCA
37
1999 Precious Memories
  • Sold exclusively at Dollywood
  • Released: April 17, 1999
  • Label: Blue Eye/MCA
2001 Gold: The Hits Collection
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: RCA
23
2003 Ultimate Dolly Parton 20 130 17
Ultimate Dolly Parton
  • Disc 2 only
  • Released: June 3, 2003
  • Label: RCA Nashville
74
2006 The Acoustic Collection: 1999 - 2002
  • Released: October 10, 2006
  • Label: Sugar Hill
2007 Singer, Songwriter & Legendary Performer
  • Released: February 25, 2007
  • Label: Dolly
The Very Best of Dolly Parton
  • Released: March 25, 2007
  • Label: Sony/BMG
8
16 Biggest Hits
  • Released: August 7, 2007
  • Label: RCA Nashville/Legacy
32
2008 Playlist: The Very Best of Dolly Parton
  • Released: April 29, 2008
  • Label: RCA Nashville/Legacy
57
2009 Sha-Kon-O-Hey! Land of Blue Smoke
  • Sold exclusively at Dollywood
  • Released: February 11, 2009
  • Label: Dolly
Dolly
  • Released: October 27, 2009
  • Label: Sony Legacy
59
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Singles

Year Song Peak chart positions[5] Album
US Country US US AC CAN Country CAN CAN AC UK
1959 "Puppy Love" non-album singles
1962 "It's Sure Gonna Hurt"
1964 "I Wasted My Tears"
1965 "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" 108
"Busy Signal"
1966 "Control Yourself"
"Put It Off Until Tomorrow" Hello, I'm Dolly
1967 "Dumb Blonde" 24
"Something Fishy" 17
1968 "Just Because I'm a Woman" 17 8 Just Because I'm a Woman
"In the Good Old Days
(When Times Were Bad)"
25 In the Good Old Days
(When Times Were Bad)
1969 "Daddy" 40 My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
"In the Ghetto" 50 12
"My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy" 45 22
1970 "Daddy Come and Get Me" 40 31 The Fairest of Them All
"Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)" 3 4 The Best of Dolly Parton
"Joshua" 1 108 2 Joshua
1971 "Comin' for to Carry Me Home" 23 Golden Streets of Glory
"My Blue Tears" 17 4 Coat of Many Colors
"Coat of Many Colors" 4 15
1972 "Touch Your Woman" 6 28 Touch Your Woman
"When I Sing for Him" My Favorite Songwriter,
Porter Wagoner
"Washday Blues" 20 7
1973 "My Tennessee Mountain Home" 15 10 My Tennessee Mountain Home
"Travelin' Man" 20 12 Bubbling Over
"Jolene" 1 60 44 1 84 40 7 Jolene
1974 "I Will Always Love You" 1 4
"Love Is Like a Butterfly" 1 105 38 2 Love Is Like a Butterfly
1975 "The Bargain Store" 1 35 3 The Bargain Store
"The Seeker" 2 105 1 Dolly: The Seeker/We Used To
"We Used To" 9 4
1976 "Hey, Lucky Lady" 19 11 All I Can Do
"All I Can Do" 3 1
1977 "Light of a Clear Blue Morning" 11 87 4 New Harvest... First Gathering
"Here You Come Again"[A] 1 3 2 1 7 1 75 Here You Come Again
1978 "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right" 1 1
"Heartbreaker" 1 37 12 1 41 1 Heartbreaker
"Baby I'm Burning"[B] 48 25 11 1 30 9
1979 "You're the Only One" 1 59 14 1 63 1 Great Balls of Fire
"Sweet Summer Lovin'" 7 77 41 6 8
1980 "Starting Over Again" 1 36 35 2 Dolly, Dolly, Dolly
"Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" 1 2
"9 to 5"[A] 1 1 1 1 1 47 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs
1981 "But You Know I Love You" 1 41 14 2
"The House of the Rising Sun" 14 77 30 20
1982 "Single Women" 8 1 Heartbreak Express
"Heartbreak Express" 7 1
"I Will Always Love You" (re-recording) 1 53 17 1 8 2 The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas
(soundtrack)
"Hard Candy Christmas" 8 27
1983 "Potential New Boyfriend" 20 13 Burlap & Satin
"Save The Last Dance For Me" 3 45 12 2 3 The Great Pretender
1984 "Downtown" 36 80 20 20 8
"Tennessee Homesick Blues" 1 1 Rhinestone (soundtrack)
"God Won't Get You" 10 8
"Sweet Lovin' Friends"
"Winter Wonderland/Sleigh Ride" Once Upon a Christmas
1985 "Don't Call it Love" 3 12 5 15 Real Love
"Real Love" (with Kenny Rogers) 1 91 13 1 19
"Think About Love" 1 1
1986 "Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)" 17 20
"We Had It All" 31 30 The Best of Dolly Parton, Vol. 3
1987 "The River Unbroken" 63 43 51 23 Rainbow
1988 "I Know You By Heart" (with Smokey Robinson) 22
"Make Love Work"
1989 "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That" 1 1 White Limozeen
"Yellow Roses" 1 1
"He's Alive" 39 49
1990 "Time for Me to Fly" 39 39
"White Limozeen" 29 47
"Take Me Back to the Country"
1991 "Rockin' Years" (with Ricky Van Shelton) 1 1 Eagle When She Flies
"Silver and Gold" 15 7
"Eagle When She Flies" 33 9
1992 "Country Road" 46
"Straight Talk" 64 Straight Talk (soundtrack)
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning" (re-recording)
"Burning" (with Les Taylor)
1993 "Romeo" (with Mary Chapin Carpenter,
Pam Tillis, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea, and Tanya Tucker)
27 50 33 Slow Dancing with the Moon
"More Where That Came From" 58
"Full Circle"
1994 "PMS Blues" 70 Heartsongs: Live from Home
1996 "Just When I Needed You Most" 62 68 Treasures
1997 "Peace Train"[C] 119
1998 "Honky Tonk Songs" 74 91 Hungry Again
"The Salt In My Tears"
2001 "Little Sparrow" Little Sparrow
"Shine" (with Nickel Creek)
2002 "If" 73 Halos & Horns
"Hello God" 60
"Dagger Through the Heart"
2003 "I'm Gone"
2004 "Welcome Home" For God & Country
2005 "Imagine" Those Were the Days
"The Twelfth of Never" (with Keith Urban)
2006 "Travelin' Thru" Transamerica (soundtrack)
2007 "Better Get to Livin'" 48 Backwoods Barbie
2008 "Jesus and Gravity" 56
"Shinola"
2009 "Drives Me Crazy"
"Backwoods Barbie"
"Change It" 9 to 5: The Musical (soundtrack)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Collaborations

Year Song Artist Peak chart positions[5] Album
US Country US US AC CAN Country UK
1967 "The Last Thing on My Mind" Porter Wagoner 7 Just Between You and Me
1968 "Holding on to Nothin'" 7 17 Just the Two of Us
"We'll Get Ahead Someday" 5
"Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark" 51
1969 "Yours Love" 9 Always, Always
"Always, Always" 16
"Just Someone I Used To Know" 5 20 Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca
1970 "Tomorrow Is Forever" 9 34
"Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man" 7 12 Once More
1971 "Better Move It on Home" 7 8 The Best of Porter Wagoner
and Dolly Parton
"The Right Combination" 14 106 26 The Right Combination /
Burning the Midnight Oil
"Burning the Midnight Oil" 11 9
1972 "Lost Forever in Your Kiss" 9 Together Always
"Together Always" 14
1973 "We Found It" 30 21 We Found It
"If Teardrops Were Pennies" 3 5 Love and Music
1974 "Please Don't Stop Loving Me" 1 45 Porter 'n Dolly
1975 "Say Forever You'll Be Mine" 5 1 Say Forever You'll Be Mine
1976 "Is Forever Longer Than Always" 8 6 Porter 'n Dolly
1980 "Making Plans" 2 38 Porter & Dolly
1981 "If You Go (I'll Follow You)" 12
1982 "Everything's Beautiful (In Its Own Way)"[D] Willie Nelson 7 102 19 5 The Winning Hand
"Put It Off Until Tomorrow" Kris Kristofferson
1984 "Christmas Without You" Kenny Rogers 88 Once Upon a Christmas
"The Greatest Gift of All" 53 81 40
1987 "To Know Him Is To Love Him" Emmylou Harris,
Linda Ronstadt
1 1 Trio
"Telling Me Lies" 3 35 6
"Those Memories of You" 5 1
1988 "Wildflowers" 6 8
1993 "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" Loretta Lynn,
Tammy Wynette
68 Honky Tonk Angels
1994 "It Wasn't God Who Made
Honky Tonk Angels
" (with Kitty Wells)
1999 "After the Gold Rush" Emmylou Harris,
Linda Ronstadt
Trio II
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Guest singles

Year Song Artist Peak chart positions[5] Album
US Country US US AC CAN Country UK
1983 "Islands in the Stream"[E] Kenny Rogers 1 1 1 1 7 Eyes That See in the Dark
1990 "Love Is Strange" 21 14 Love Is Strange
1993 "The Day I Fall In Love" James Ingram 36 64 Beethoven's 2nd (soundtrack)
1994 "When You Tell Me That You Love Me" Julio Iglesias Crazy
1999 "Your Kisses Are Charity" Culture Club 25 Don't Mind If I Do
2001 "Two of the Lucky Ones" Hal Ketchum Lucky Man
2004 "Viva Las Vegas" The Grascals The Grascals
"Baby It's Cold Outside" Rod Stewart 2 Stardust: the Great
American Songbook 3
2005 "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body
Would You Hold It Against Me
"
The Bellamy
Brothers
60 Angels and Outlaws, Vol. 1
"The Blues Man" George Jones Hits I Missed...And One I Didn't
"When I Get Where I'm Going"[A] Brad Paisley 1 39 2 Time Well Wasted
2006 "Heartbreaker's Alibi" Rhonda Vincent All American Bluegrass Girl
"I Still Miss Someone" Martina McBride 50 Timeless
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

B-sides

Year Song Peak chart positions[5] Original A-side single
US Country US US AC CAN CAN AC
1978 "Two Doors Down" flip 19 12 26 7 "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right"
"I Really Got the Feeling" 1 "Baby, I'm Burning"
1979 "Great Balls of Fire" flip "Sweet Summer Lovin'"
1981 "Working Girl" flip "The House of the Rising Sun"
1982 "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind" flip "Heartbreak Express"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Other charted songs

Year Song Chart positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1995 "I Will Always Love You" (w/ Vince Gill) 15 22 Something Special
1998 "Hard Candy Christmas" (re-entry) 73 Country Christmas, Volume 2
1999 "Winter Wonderland/Sleigh Ride" 70 Country Christmas Classics
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.
Notes
  • A ^ "Here You Come Again," "9 to 5" and "When I Get Where I'm Going" are certified Gold by the RIAA.
  • B ^ "Baby I'm Burnin' (Disco Mix)"/"I Wanna Fall In Love" reached #15 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play singles charts.
  • C ^ "Peace Train" reached #7 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music charts.
  • D ^ "Everything's Beautiful (In Its Own Way)" also peaked at #2 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.
  • E ^ "Islands in the Stream" also peaked at #2 on the Canadian Singles Chart and #1 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and is certified Platinum by the RIAA.

Tours

Music videos

Year Video Director
1980 "9 to 5"
1983 "Potential New Boyfriend" Steve Barron
1985 "Real Love" (w/ Kenny Rogers) (Live)
"Think About Love"
1987 "The River Unbroken"
"I Know You By Heart" (w/ Smokey Robinson)
"To Know Him is to Love Him" (w/ Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) White Copeman
"Those Memories of You" (w/ Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
1989 "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That" Jack Cole
"He's Alive" (Live From the 1989 CMA Awards) Walter C. Miller
1990 "Love Is Strange" (w/ Kenny Rogers)
1991 "Rockin' Years" (w/ Ricky Van Shelton) Michael Salomon
"Eagle When She Flies" Mary Lambert
"Silver and Gold" Deaton Flanigen
1992 "Straight Talk" Dominic Orlando
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning" Mary Lambert
1993 "Romeo" (w/ Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Tanya Tucker) Randee St. Nicholas
"More Where That Came From"
"Silver Threads and Golden Needles" (w/ Tammy Wynette & Loretta Lynn) Deaton Flanigen
"It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" (w/ Kitty Wells, Tammy Wynette & Loretta Lynn)
1994 "The Day I Fall in Love" (w/ James Ingram) Jim Yukich
"When You Tell Me That You Love Me" (w/ Julio Iglesias) John Hopgood
1996 "Just When I Needed You Most" John Lloyd Miller
1997 "Peace Train"
1998 "Honky Tonk Songs" Thom Oliphant
"The Salt In My Tears" Guy Guillet
1999 "After the Goldrush" (w/ Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) Jim Shea
2001 "Shine" (w/ Nickel Creek) Brent Hedgecock
2002 "Dagger Through the Heart"
"Hello God" (Live) Paul Miller
2003 "I'm Gone" Sophie Muller
"Color Me America"
2004 "Welcome Home" Trey Fanjoy
"Creepin' In" (w/ Norah Jones) Hamish Hamilton
2005 "The Blues Man" (w/ George Jones)
"Imagine" Paula Walker
"When I Get Where I'm Going" (w/ Brad Paisley) Jim Shea
2006 "Travelin' Thru"
"Heartbreaker's Alibi" (w/ Rhonda Vincent) Trey Fanjoy
2007 "Better Get to Livin'" Steve Lippman
2008 "Jesus & Gravity"
"Shinola" (Live) Fran Strine
2009 "Backwoods Barbie" Trey Fanjoy
"Change It" Mike Hagler/Steve Summers
"Here You Come Again" (Live) Fran Strine
"Jolene" (Live)

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