Retired Australian swimmer Brenton Rickard has returned a positive drug test from a sample taken at the London Olympics. Follow our live coverage of the US election results. ABC's rolling coverage of the US election results. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. It was and year-old singer PP Arnold had just about everything a young recording artist could want. A contract with pop's most exciting new record label. But in a story as old as pop music itself, PP Pat Arnold would see her career go from sky-high to rock bottom. Along the way she would glimpse stardom, suffer betrayal by those closest to her and lose her chance at the big time, not once but three times.
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Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. American soul singer P. Arnold's "lost" album The Turning Tide, with songs produced in the late s and early '70s by Barry Gibb and Eric Clapton, will be released for the first time by independent Kundalini Music on Oct. She sang with trendsetting chart regulars Small Faces, who were signed to Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label, and then got her own deal with the label, scoring a top 20 U. After Immediate folded, Arnold embarked on the project that was planned as her third album.
Destiny had other plans for her. At 17 years old she found herself in an abusive teen marriage and the mother of two small children. After a powerful prayer one Sunday morning for God to show her a way out of the hell that she was living in, she received a desperate phone call from two friends Maxine Smith and Gloria Scott begging her to go with them for an audition with Ike and Tina Turner to help them out as the girl who was supposed to go with them had let them down. Refusing to take no for an answer, they hung up the phone and shortly afterwards arrived at her apartment.
Digitally remastered archive release from the legendary vocalist. PP became one of the iconic faces of the 60's. This year celebrates her year anniversary as an incredible performing artist in the music industry. These recording sessions bring back happy memories for PP, with Bill Shepherd Bee Gees, Gene Vincent creating the beautiful arrangements we hear on the record today. Sadly, due to Bee Gee's commitments only half the record was able to be completed, and PP was heartbroken, as she had put her heart and soul into the recordings. These recordings were left sitting on shelves for many years due to industry politics, and still after all these years, PP could never fathom the thought that nobody would be able to hear them. It became her mission to let these recordings see the light of day, and not let this incredible piece of music history stay buried.