Dottie

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Dottie
Studio album by Dottie West
Released1978
Recorded1978
GenreCountry
LabelUnited Artists
ProducerLarry Butler
Dottie West chronology
When It's Just You and Me
(1977)
Dottie
(1978)
Every Time Two Fools Collide
(1978)
 
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Dottie
Studio album by Dottie West
Released1978
Recorded1978
GenreCountry
LabelUnited Artists
ProducerLarry Butler
Dottie West chronology
When It's Just You and Me
(1977)
Dottie
(1978)
Every Time Two Fools Collide
(1978)

Dottie is an album by country music singer, Dottie West, released in 1978.

This was West's second album as a solo artist under her new label, United Artists Records. The year the album was released, West also released an album with Kenny Rogers entitled, Every Time Two Fools Collide. The title track and the album hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country charts, and revitalized West's career. However, her duet partner was still releasing a solo album of his own. West decided to do the same thing. Only one single was released from the album entitled "Come See Me and Come Lonely", which reached the Country Top 20 at No. 17. The album also reached No. 47 on "Top Country Albums" chart. A cover version of the Larry Gatlin Top 5 hit, "Broken Lady" can be found on this album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Come See Me and Come Lonely"
  2. "If I Could Just Find My Way"
  3. "Even If You Were Jesse James"
  4. "There's More to a Tear (Than Meets the Eye)"
  5. "Broken Lady"
  6. "Goodbye is the Lonliest Word"
  7. "Decorate Your Conscience"
  8. "Good 'Ol Nights"
  9. "Who's Gonna Love Me Now"
  10. "Love Is Right"

Charts[edit]

AlbumBillboard (North America)

YearChartPosition
1978Top Country Albums#47
1978The Billboard 200#N/A

SinglesBillboard (North America)

YearSingleChartPosition
1978"Come See Me and Come Lonely"Hot Country Singles & Tracks#17