Top Dottie West Albums
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With All My Heart and Soul
With All My Heart and Soul
[2017]
I'll Help You Forget Her
I'll Help You Forget Her
[2017]
Suffer Time
Suffer Time
[2016]
Ain't Nothin' Like a Woman (Live)
Ain't Nothin' Like a Woman (Live)
[2016]
Sings
Sings
[2015]
Just Dottie Again: Stars of the Grand Ole Opry
Just Dottie Again: Stars of the Grand Ole Opry
[2011]
Here Comes My Baby
Here Comes My Baby
[2010]
The Country Girl Singing Sensation
The Country Girl Singing Sensation
[2010]
RCA Country Legends: Dottie West
RCA Country Legends: Dottie West
[2001]
The Essential Dottie West
The Essential Dottie West
[1996]
What Are We Doin' In Love!
What Are We Doin' In Love!
[1995]
New Horizons
New Horizons
[1983]
Full Circle
Full Circle
[1982]
High Times
High Times
[1981]
Wild West
Wild West
[1981]
Special Delivery
Special Delivery
[1979]
Dottie
Dottie
[1978]
When It's Just You And Me
When It's Just You And Me
[1977]
Dottie Sings Eddy
Dottie Sings Eddy
[1969]
Feminine Fancy
Feminine Fancy
[1968]
Country Girl
Country Girl
[1968]
What I'm Cut Out to Be
What I'm Cut Out to Be
[1968]
Sings Sacred Ballads
Sings Sacred Ballads
[1967]
Duets & Collaborations (1)
Related Information for Dottie West
Dorothy Marie Marsh was born in Tennessee on October 11, 1932. A survivor at heart, Dottie lived through a childhood of savage beatings and sexual abuse from her father. The always hopeful Dottie was always dreaming of making a profession out of singing. While in college Dottie meet her first husband Bill West, who would give her her name. Together the couple would get gigs on local tv and clubs. it wasn't until the success of Dottieā€™s singles "An Angel on Paper" and "Let Me Off At the Corner" did Dottie start to make a name for herself. Those minor hits were followed by a top 10 hit with Jim Reeves called "Love Is No Excuse." There was no doubt that Dottie west was one of the hottest rising stars and her... read more