The Grass is Blue is a bluegrass album by Dolly Parton, released in October 1999.
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The Grass Is Blue is the thirty-seventh solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on October 26, 1999, by Sugar Hill and Blue Eye Records. The album won a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album and "Travelin' Prayer" was nominated for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Parton found herself without a record label for the first time in 30 years when Decca Records closed its Nashville office in early 1999, just months after the release of Hungry Again
Lyrics to "The Grass Is Blue" song by Dolly Parton: I've had to think up a way to survive Since you said it's over Told me good-bye I just can't make i. .Rivers flow backwards Valleys are high Mountains are level Truth is a lie I'm perfectly fine And I don't miss you The sky is green And the grass is blue. How much can a heart and a troubled mind take Where is that fine line before it all breaks Can one end their sorrow Just cross over it And into that realm of insanity's bliss. There's snow in the tropics There's ice on the sun It's hot in the Arctic And crying is fun And I'm happy now And I'm glad we're through And the sky is green And the grass is blue
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Until the Gucci arrival of Shania Twain, Dolly Parton was country glamour. Yet Parton debuted as a mountain singer-songwriter, working with the great and equally rustic Porter Wagoner. On recent recordings like Trio II, with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt, Parton has gone home, but not with the curled-tongue abandon she brings to The Grass Is Blue, where she re-tackles bluegrass, country and traditional songs with brio. First covering Billy Joel’s Travelin’ Prayer, Parton moves into funky stuff like the Louvin Brothers’ classic Cash on the Barrelhead as well as horror folk like Silver.
In the title track from her bluegrass album, Dolly Parton copes with the pain of a breakup by pretending opposites are true: I'm happy now And I'm glad we're through And the sky is green And the grass is blue. Parton wrote this during a 30-minute lunch break from filming the movie Blue Valley Songbird. The song came out so quickly, she attributes it to divine intervention. It was so perfect," she said in a 1999 interview. You know how I just love it when, when I feel like God intervenes when I'm really needin' something really bad cause I always - any gifts I have, I always give God the glory and like I say, some songs are better than others. God does better sometimes than he does on others, but anyway, this time, I was so tired. I just wanted it to be so good and he just pretty much wrote this one on His own.
CD - Sugar Hill 3900).
Veröffentlicht am 1999.
NotesPromo Interview CD
Performer: Dolly Parton
Title: The Grass Is Blue Interview Disc
Date of release: 1999
Genre: Folk, Country
Size MP3: 1647 mb
Size FLAC: 1370 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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