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As Long as I Love

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Dolly Parton's years for the Monument label were good ones, resulting in terrific straightforward country numbers, many of them written by her. The uncredited pickers, in particular the pedal steel, keep things really cooking. The arrangement on the opening number, "Why, Why, Why," makes the listener's head spin with both the precision of the pedal steel riffs and the clever shuffling of chords from the standard 1-4-5 progression. Even a skeptic will be able to follow Parton into her private realm of despair, always delivered in a beautiful voice promising hope. This might be one of the most enduring country artists and superstars early in her career, but she already has it all together. It is superb country and western, which, combined with the highly praised old-time traditions she would return to later in her career, establishes Parton as a visionary artist in traditional American music. ~ Eugene Chadbourne
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Why, Why, Why Dolly Parton 2:19
  3. 2 I Wound Easy Dolly Parton 2:18
  4. 3 I Don't Want You Around Me Anymore Dolly Parton 2:3
  5. 4 Hillbilly Willy Dolly Parton 1:54
  6. 5 This Boy Has Been Hurt Dolly Parton 2:16
  7. 6 Daddy Won't Come Home Anymore Dolly Parton 2:53
  8. 7 As Long as I Love Dolly Parton 2:42
  9. 8 A Habit I Can't Break Dolly Parton 3:15
  10. 9 I'm Not Worth the Tears Dolly Parton 2:33
  11. 10 I Don't Trust Me Around You Dolly Parton 2:55
  12. 11 I Couldn't Wait Forever Dolly Parton 2:23
  13. 12 Too Lonely Too Long Dolly Parton 2:20

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