As Long as I Love
|As Long as I Love|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||June 8, 1970|
|Studio||Fred Foster Sound Studio (Nashville)|
|Dolly Parton chronology|
|Singles from As Long as I Love|
As Long as I Love is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on June 8, 1970, by Monument Records. The album is made up of songs Parton had recorded while signed to Monument Records. She left the label in 1967 to sign with RCA Victor after having released only one album. Three of the songs had previously been issued on singles, the remaining nine songs were previously unreleased.
The album was reissued by Monument in 1972 as a two LP set with 1967's Hello, I'm Dolly under the title The World of Dolly Parton. It was reissued on CD in 1988 as The World of Dolly Parton, Volume Two. The album was released as a digital download on November 23, 2018.
Billboard published a review in the issue dated June 20, 1970, which said, "Although Dolly Parton is now on another label, this album should draw considerable attention from her legion of fans. And the selections, such as "I Don't Want You Around Me Anymore", "Too Lonely Too Long", and the title song. "Daddy Won't Be Home Anymore" is another first-rate number."
In the June 27, 1970 issue, Cashbox published a review of the album saying, "Here are some old Dolly Parton sides that her fans should enjoy. Most of the songs on the set are Dolly's own compositions (some of them are co-cleffings with Bill Owens), and "Why, Why, Why", "I Don't Want You Around Me Anymore", "As Long as I Love", "Too Lonley Too Long", and the other numbers on the set should please many. LP should fare nicely."
Record World published a review of the album, saying, "Dolly's new release on her old label is unique in that all but three tunes are self-penned. If you like the singing of Miss Dolly and the songwriting combo of Owens and Parton, then you'll go for the East Tennessee beauty's new release. Gal shows why she's so firmly established."
The album did not appear on any major music charts.
|1.||"Why, Why, Why"||Single A-side (1967)||2:19|
|2.||"I Wound Easy"||Owens||2:17|
|3.||"I Don't Want You Around Me Anymore"||2:04|
|5.||"This Boy Has Been Hurt"||2:15|
|6.||"Daddy Won't Come Home Anymore"||Parton||2:52|
|1.||"As Long as I Love"||Parton||2:42|
|2.||"A Habit I Can't Break"||Owens||3:15|
|3.||"I'm Not Worth the Tears"||Parton||Single A-side (1968)||2:33|
|4.||"I Don't Trust Me Around You"||Owens||2:54|
|5.||"I Couldn't Wait Forever"||"Why, Why, Why" B-side (1967)||2:23|
|6.||"Too Lonely Too Long"||Parton||2:21|
Adapted from the album liner notes.
- Boudleaux Bryant – liner notes
- Fred Foster – producer
- Bill Goodwin – cover photography
- Jack Gunter – liner photography
- Ken Kin – art direction
- Dolly Parton – lead vocals
- Tommy Strong – engineer
- Bill Walker – arrangements, conductor
|Various||June 8, 1970||LP||As Long as I Love||Monument|||
|1972||2xLP||The World of Dolly Parton||Monument|||
|United States||1988||CD||The World of Dolly Parton, Volume Two||
|Various||November 23, 2018||Digital download||As Long as I Love|||
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