Parker first became involved in the music industry as a music promoter in 1938, working with popular singer Gene Austin . [9] Despite having sold over 86 million records since 1924 [9] and earning over $17 million, Austin's career had hit a bad patch. He had wasted much of his fortune on partying, cars, mansions, and women, [9] and his popularity had been eclipsed by new singers, such as Bing Crosby . [9] Parker, charged with the task of promoting the star, found the career transition to be a smooth one, using much of his "carny" experience to sell tickets and pack in the crowds. [9] He was a very good promoter, but he had his sights set on management. [9]

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Twenty years on, Eddie Mabo 's life is being commemorated in Parliament, on film, and through the memories of his family

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My condolences in the transition of Bishop Long. Thank you Elder Vanessa Long for sharing your husband, our Bishop with the world. He will be missed but his legacy will live on!!! Stay in prayer and be strong in the Lord. Peace and blessings to you and the family.


Artist: Eddie ParkerTitle: But If You Must Go / I Need A True LoveLabel: MikoNumber: 803Format: Vinyl 45Vinyl: VG+, a couple of pops in the beginning of "But If You Must Go", check the sound 
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A young Guardsman , Hugh Taylor , who had just been assigned to the Vault was fooled into thinking that Venom was a fallen colleague and released the gate mechanism, which imprisoned the criminal. Venom killed the naive guard and escaped to New York City. Later on, to avenge his son, General Orwell Taylor founded the armored vigilante team known as the Jury . [4]

Gus McCrae : I could kick you for givin' him all them ideas about Montana. Now we're gonna suffer for the rest of our damn lives.

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