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Hungry Again
Studio album by Dolly Parton
Released May 1998
Recorded 1998
Genre Country
Length 41:36
Label Decca
Producer Richie Owens
Professional reviews
Dolly Parton chronology
Hungry Again
Precious Memories
Singles from Hungry Again
  1. "Honky Tonk Songs"
    Released: September 5, 1998
  2. "The Salt In My Tears"
    Released: November 9, 1998

Hungry Again is a studio album by Dolly Parton, released in May 1998. It is her 35th studio album.

Comprised entirely of Parton's own compositions (written during a week-long marathon songwriting session, during which she fasted [1] — hence the title), the album represented an attempt by Parton to rejuvenate her then largely stagnant recording career. The album's two singles, "Honky Tonk Songs" and "The Salt in My Tears" received little country airplay (though videos for both songs were popular on CMT), but the album reached number 23 on the country albums charts and received favorable reviews. It is seen as a predecessor to Parton's much praised back-to-roots work of the early 2000s.

The album was produced by Parton's cousin Richie Owens and contains backing vocals by then up-and-coming singer Rhonda Vincent.

Track listing

  1. "Hungry Again"
  2. "The Salt In My Tears"
  3. "Honky Tonk Songs"
  4. "Blue Valley Songbird"
  5. "I Wanna Go Back There"
  6. "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me"
  7. "I Still Lost You"
  8. "Time and Tears"
  9. "I'll Never Say Goodbye"
  10. "The Camel's Heart"
  11. "Paradise Road"
  12. "Shine On"
  • All songs written by Dolly Parton.


Chart (1998) Peak
The Billboard 200 (U.S.) 167
U.S. Top Country Albums 23
U.K. Top Country Albums 3

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