DOUBLE PLATINUMEyes That See in The Dark (Kenny Rogers) 9/24/83 No. 1 country (16 weeks), No. 6 pop.
Ballad of Sally Rose (Emmylou Harris) 2/9/85 No. 8 country, No. 171 pop.
Blue Rose of Texas (Holly Dunn) 8/5/89 No. 30.
PLATINUMHeroes and Friends (Randy Travis) 10/6/90 No. 1 country (one week), No. 31 pop.
Love Is Strange (Kenny Rogers) 10/6/90 No. 21.
Up Against My Heart (Patty Loveless) 9/21/91 No. 27 country, No. 151 pop.
Tribute to Bob Wills (Asleep at the Wheel) 11/20/93 No. 35 country, No. 159 pop.
The Beverly Hillbillies (soundtrack) 11/6/93 No. 51.
The Bradley Barn Sessions (George Jones) 10/29/94 No. 23 country, No. 142 pop.
Red Hot & Country (AIDS benefit album) 10/1/94 No. 30 country, No. 183 pop.
Compilation albums which include previously released Dolly songs
RCA Award Winners8/13/77 No.43.
The Best of Country Duets (RCA) 12/7/68 No. 25
Country Christmas, Volume 2 (RCA) 12/24/83 No. 63.
Country Lovin': Songs From the Heart (Rhino) 3/1/97 No. 75.
Great Moments at the Grand Ole Opry (RCA) 2/12/77 No. 35.
Monumental Country Hits (Monument) 8/17/68 No. 45.
Steppin' Country (Columbia) 9/25/93 No. 53.
20 Great Country Hits (RCA) 1/10/76 No. 50.
According to Billboard, Dolly is the seventh top country artist in history by how she has performed on the album charts. (The book stopped counting in 1997, but I've updated the totals). She's also the top female country artist of all time, according to the formula used by Billboard based on number of chart albums, how high they went, how many weeks they were on the charts, etc. By decade, she was No. 8 for the '60s (No. 2 female), No. 14 for the '80s (No. 3 female) but not in the Top 25 for the 90s. She has had the third most charted albums at 67 updated (No. 1 female), second most Top 40 albums at 64 updated (No. 1 female), the most Top 10 albums at 40 updated (Merle Haggard and Loretta Lynn are second with 39 each), 16th most No. 1 albums at six (No. 3 female), 19th most weeks at No. 1 with 35 (No. 2 female) and ninth most gold and platinum albums with 13 (No. 2 female); although the list did not count each platinum album as having been named both gold and platinum, nor did it include singles, which would give her 24 instead of 13. (Appearances on others albums are not included.)
By album: 9 to 5 is the No. 52 country album of all time, while Here You Come Again and Heartbreaker are No. 58 and No. 59, respectively. For the '70s, Here You Come Again is No. 16 and Heartbreaker No. 17. For the '80s, 9 to 5 is No. 19 and Trio No. 31. For the '90s, Eagle When She Flies is No. 40. And, here's an interesting fact: In 1991, the one week Dolly spent at No. 1 (with Eagle When She Flies) was the sole week that year for which Garth Brooks did not hold the top spot.