David Houston - Where Love Used to Live / My Woman's Good to Me





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Total download size: 1.2 GB Total play length: 30:53
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Houston was born in Bossier City in northwestern Louisiana on December 9, 1935. He was a descendant of Sam Houston, the first president of the Republic of Texas and Confederate General Robert E. Lee. His godfather was 1920s pop singer Gene Austin, no relation to Stephen F. Austin, another founder of Texas. Like Austin, Houston lived briefly as a youth in a house at the intersection of Marshall and Goodwill streets in Minden, the seat of Webster Parish in northwestern Louisiana. Another musician from Minden, Tommy Tomlinson collaborated with Houston in the single "Mountain of Love".

Houston was one of the earliest artists with National Recording Corporation in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1963, he rose to national stardom with "Mountain of Love"; the song, which was different from the tune made famous by composer Harold Dorman, Johnny Rivers, and Charley Pride, rose to number two on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart.

Where Love Used to Live
Before You Travel On
The One Rose That's Left In My Heart
A Fallen Star
Lullaby to a Little Girl
My Woman's Good to Me
That's All I Want from You
I Walk Alone
Serenade of the Bells
David's Song
Sweet Lovin'

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