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P.P. Arnold

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Medicated Goo P.P. Arnold 03:46
It Won't Be Christmas Without You P.P. Arnold 03:33
As Tears Go By P.P. Arnold 02:58
Soul Survivor P.P. Arnold 03:10
Starlight Express Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Starlight Express” Original Cast, Lon Satton, Ray Shell 05:05
Angel of the Morning P.P. Arnold 03:14
Light At The End Of The Tunnel Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Starlight Express” Original Cast, Lon Satton, P.P. Arnold 04:35
Everything's Gonna Be Alright P.P. Arnold 02:56
Will You Love Me Tomorrow Andy Gibb, P.P. Arnold 04:40
It'll Never Happen Again P.P. Arnold 03:32

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P.P. Arnold is an American soul singer who earned international solo success after she moved to England in the 1960s and made records with several popular rock artists including Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane from the Small Faces, with whom she toured in 1967-68. She also sang with them on their recordings 'Itchycoo Park' and 'Tin Soldier'.

Born in Los Angeles, she sang gospel with her family and performed solos in church. In the early '60s she auditioned and won a spot with the Ike & Tina Turner Revue and went with them to perform in England. There, she discovered the thriving music scene and Mick Jagger encouraged her to embark on a solo career. Signed to the Immediate label, she sang with Rod Stewart on his single 'Come Home Baby' and Chris Marlowe on 'Reach Out (I'll Be There)'.

Arnold cut her own singles and 'The First Cut Is the Deepest' reached number 18 on the Singles Chart in 1967. 'The Time Has Come' went to number 47 the same year and in 1968 '(If You Think You're) Groovy' peaked at number 41 with 'Angel of the Morning' hitting number 29. Later singles included 'A Little Pain' (1985), which went to number 93, 'Burn It Up' (1988), which reached number 14, and 'Different Drum' (1998) which peaked at number 80.

She has performed on the stage in productions such as 'Starlight Express' and 'Once On This Island' and she's released several compilation albums including 'Greatest Hits' (1978), 'P.P. Arnold Collection' (1991), 'The First Cut: The Immediate Anthology' (2001), 'The Best of P.P. Arnold' (2002) and 'Angel of the Morning' (2007). Another album, 'The Turning Tide', came out in 2017 with tour dates set for England and Scotland.