Dottie West (born Dorothy Marie Marsh; October 11, 1932 – September 4, 1991) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Along with her friends and fellow recording artists Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, she is considered one of the genre's most influential and groundbreaking female artists.
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DON GIBSON AND DOTTIE WEST - DOTTIE AND DO. pg. 1970) country boy & country girl (with Jimmy Dean). 03 - for the good times. 04 - let it be m. p3. 07 - put it off until tomorrow. 09 - Country Sunshine. 10 - Lock- Stock And Teardrops. 16 - Before The Ring On Your Finger Turns Green.
I slipped out of the house about sundown while mama was a washin' her hair And you can bet your bottom dollar she'll come lookin' for me When she'll find that I'm not there And if she catches her sweet thang slipping around I know there'll be the debit to pay Cause she'll come blowin' like a cyclone. right through that door And I hear exactly what she'll say Well has anybody here see sweet thang I got a notion he'd be headed this way Cause when my sweet thang's out tomocattin' around Finds a sandbox like this to play I wanna warn all.
right through that door And I hear exactly what she'll say Well has anybody here see sweet thang I got a notion he'd be headed this way Cause when my sweet thang's out tomocattin' around Finds a sandbox like this to play I wanna warn all you barroom roses if my sweet thang should have a bite You'd better. Jimmy Dean - Night Train To Memphis. Jimmy Dean - Same Old You. Jimmy Dean - Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet. Jimmy Dean - Rainbow Girl. Jimmy Dean - Old Rivers.
The album spawned one single, "Slowly". The single reached the Country Top 30 at No. 29 on the Billboard Country charts. All the songs on this album are duets with Jimmy Dean and Dottie West. The album consists of some cover versions of Country hits, like Ray Price's "For the Good Times". Other cover versions are duet hits, like Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry's "Let It Be Me". The album led to a successful tour at the Landmark Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was Jimmy Dean's and Dottie West's only album together
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Songwriter – Tommy Hill, Webb Pierce
Songwriter – Nat Stuckey
- Backing Vocals – The Jordanaires
- Producer – Jerry Bradley
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|47-9947||Jimmy Dean & Dottie West||Jimmy Dean & Dottie West - Slowly / Sweet Thang (7", Single)||RCA Victor||47-9947||US||1971|