It may be a new year however Dolly PartonGoing old school with her latest single.
Country singer and good will A national treasure Cooperated with Barry Gibb For a remake of the Bee Gees classic “Words,” which was released online Friday from the upcoming album “Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Volume 1.” The album, released on January 8, is a collection of songs reimagined with a rustic twist.
Parton A. Teaser video On Twitter on Friday, “Kalimat” was first recorded by Jeb and his two late brothers Robin and Morris in 1967, and stated that she was “honored” that “my dear friend” Jeb asked her to join him.
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On New Year’s Day, Jeb added, “I had a lot of fun singing this song together.” Twitter message.
In addition to Parton, Greenfields also includes Gibb’s songs remastered by Jason Isbell (“Words of a Fool”), Little Big Town (“How Deep Is Your Love”), and Olivia Newton-John (“Rest Your Love on Me”) ), Sherrill Crowe (“How Can You Repair a Broken Heart”), Alison Krause (“Too Much Heaven”), Brandi Carlisle (“Run to Me”), Keith Urban (“Got a Message for You”), and Jillian Welch and David Rawlings (“Moth”).
The album is produced by Dave Cobb, who recently told him Tennessee On the first day of recording, he jammed Parton and Gibb together in the same room.
“They are both 4 feet away from me as I play the guitar and start walking to where my guitar was and my legs start shaking,” said Cobb. “Just terrifying. Not only are they legends, icons – Dolly has a theme park and Barry Knight. There’s a lot to enjoy.”
Contributing: Matthew Limkuller, Nashville Tennessee