Something Special is the 32nd studio album by Dolly Parton, released in August 1995 on Columbia Records. In addition to the seven new Parton compositions, she updated three classics from her repertoire: “Jolene”, “The Seeker”, and “I Will Always Love You”, the latter of which was performed as a duet with Vince Gill. The Gill duet, Parton’s third recording of the song, reached #15 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, becoming Parton’s highest charting single in four years. Additionally, it was named “Vocal Event of the Year” by the Country Music Association.
|1||Crippled Bird (Dolly Parton)||3:43|
|2||Something Special (Dolly Parton)||3:05|
|3||Change (Dolly Parton)||3:40|
|4||I Will Always Love You (Dolly Parton)||3:17|
|5||Green-Eyed Boy (Dolly Parton)||3:53|
|6||Speakin’ of the Devil (Dolly Parton)||3:14|
|7||Jolene (Dolly Parton)||3:42|
|8||No Good Way of Saying Good-Bye (Dolly Parton)||2:57|
|9||The Seeker (Dolly Parton)||3:02|
|10||Teach Me to Trust (Dolly Parton, Gene Golden)||3:27|
|Acoustic Guitar||Brent Mason|
|Acoustic Guitar||Steve Buckingham|
|Acoustic Guitar||Steve Gibson|
|Acoustic Guitar||Don Potter|
|Acoustic Guitar||Steuart Smith|
|Slide Guitar||Sonny Landreth|
|Steel Guitar||Paul Franklin|
|Background Vocals||Robert Bailey|
|Background Vocals||Margie Cates|
|Background Vocals||Suzanne Cox|
|Background Vocals||Richard Dennison|
|Background Vocals||Vicki Hampton|
|Background Vocals||Yvonne Hodges|
|Background Vocals||Carl Jackson|
|Background Vocals||Alison Krauss|
|Background Vocals||Louis Dean Nunley|
|Background Vocals||Chris Rodrigues|
|Background Vocals||Duawne Starling|
Producer – Steve Buckingham
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.
Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.
Made By – SMC