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- Album: As Long As I Live
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Arnold and "The Mustangs" recorded seven more records on Sarg label to help promote their dance jobs. One of the songs entitled "Love Me" played really well in the area. In 1973, Arnold gave up the dance band to devote more time to Jeanette and his family of three daughters, Debbie, Denise and Dawn and two sons, Keith and Kenneth. She was the love of his life and he eventually gave up the life of a musician in 1973 after moving to Victoria and forming another successful band called The Mustangs. I feel like my family is the best thing that ever happened to me," he says. But some years ago Arnold, now 63, began hearing rumors of a bootleg recording of the song "Find A New Woman. All indications are it was released in 1994, and that's when it did the best.
Long as I Live" is a song by American recording artist Toni Braxton released on February 9, 2018. The song serves as the second single from Braxton's eighth studio album Sex & Cigarettes (2018). Written by Toni Braxton, Paul Boutin, and Antonio Dixon and produced by Dixon. The song received two Grammy nominations for Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. The song won the 50th NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Song (Traditional).
Produced by Antonio Dixon. Album Sex & Cigarettes. Long As I Live Lyrics
Arnold Parker took 40 years to be discovered by audiences much beyond the orbit of his native Texas and adjoining regions. He was a Texas-based country artist who started singing as a boy, at home and later in church in the late '30s. He joined the group the Southernaires as their singer in 1953, at age 17, and initially began recording on Charlie Rich's Sarg Records. In the early '60s, Parker and lead guitarist/singer Ken Williams put together a band called the Mustangs and enjoyed considerable success as a performing group in Texas and the surrounding states, and recorded for the Sarg label into the early '70s. Parker retired from music in 1973. In the late '90s, to the astonishment and delight of the now 63-year-old Parker, "Find a New Woman" began turning up on some radio station play lists and getting heard in Europe as a result of the Ace Records Starday-Dixie Rockabilly, Vol. 1 CD. ~ Bruce Eder.
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|A||As Long As I Live
Written-By – Roy Acuff
|B||I'm Counting On You
Written-By – Don Robertson
- Pressed By – Houston Records – SH-1442
- Pressed By – Houston Records – SH-1443
- Published By – Acuff-Rose Pub., Inc.
- Published By – Ross Jungnickel, Inc.
- Producer – Charlie Fitch
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