Richard Edward "Eddy" Arnold (May 15, 1918 – May 8, 2008) was an American country music singer who performed for six decades. He was a so-called Nashville sound (country/popular music) innovator of the late 1950s, and scored 147 songs on the Billboard country music charts, second only to George Jo. ore . Year: 1991. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "You Don't Miss a Thing Album. The Web's Largest Resource for.
For other people named Eddy Arnold, see Edward Arnold (disambiguation). His next album, You Don't Miss A Thing, was not released until 1991. Arnold performed road tours for several more years Arnold in 1998. In 1996, RCA issued an album of Arnold's main successes since 1944 as part of its 'Essential' series. Arnold, then 76 years old, retired from active singing, though he still performed occasionally
사You Don't Miss a Thing. Cuz I miss everything about you, and you don't miss a thing. You look terrific, though it's not surprising. I knew you'd do just fine. And I'm just great, I mean if I look tired, it's all this overtime. I thought that working late might help me sleep. No, I don't date, at least I haven't. Alright, I miss you. That's no pro'lem. You don't miss a thing, baby, no you don't miss a thing. You can tell my world's gone crazy, but you've got things all tied with string.
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|1||You Don't Miss A Thing
Written-By – Fred O. Knipe
|2||(I'd Choose) You Again
Written-By – Don Schlitz, Paul Overstreet
Written-By – Fred O. Knipe
|4||A Lady Like You
Written-By – Jim Weatherly, Keith Stegall
|5||To Have And To Hold
Written-By – Don McLean
|6||Can I Put You In A Love Song
Arranged By – Johnny D. Minnick*Written-By – Fred O. Knipe
Written-By – Jerry Fuller
|8||Somebody Loves You
Written-By – Harry Middlebrooks
|9||Just One Time
Written-By – Don Gibson
|10||Surround Me With Love
Written-By – Norris D. Wilson*, Wayland Holyfield
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- Copyright (c) – BMG Music
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- Distributed By – BMG Music
- Recorded At – Bradley's Barn
- Mastered At – Masterfonics
- A&R [A & R Direction] – Mary Martin
- Acoustic Bass – Jim Ferguson
- Arranged By – Harold Bradley (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10)
- Art Direction – Mary Hamilton
- Backing Vocals – Sue Ellen Dockery*, Joyce Hawthorne, Lori Westerman Brooks*, Richard Lyn Gibson*, Sandy Posey Robinson*, Susan Jacks, Wade Wilson McCurdy*
- Design – Diane Painter
- Drums – Buddy Harman
- Electric Bass – Jim Ferguson, Johnny S. Johnson*
- Electric Guitar – Pete Wade
- Engineer – Bobby Bradley
- Guitar – Harold Bradley, Jim Lance
- Keyboards [Additional] – David P. Briggs*
- Mastered By, Edited By [Digital Editing] – Benny Quinn
- Photography By – McGuire*
- Piano – Beegie Adair, David P. Briggs*, Johnny D. Minick*, Tony Migliore
- Producer – Harold Bradley
- Strings – Carl Gorodetzky, Dennis A. Molchan*, George Binkley III*, Lee Larrison, Pamela Sixfin*, Theodore Madsen*
- Synthesizer, Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Tony Migliore
Notes© 1990 BMG Music
℗ 1991 BMG Music
Manufactured and Distributed by BMG Music New York, NY.
Printed in U.S.A.
Recorded at Bradley's Barn, Mt. Juliet, TN.
Mastered at Masterfonics, Inc. Nashville, TN.
Also available on cassette except "Just One Time".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7863-53020-2 8
- Rights Society: BMI/ASCAP
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