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Allman And WomanTwo The Hard Way

Genre:Rock, Blues, Pop
Style:Southern Rock
Year:

Tracklist

Move Me2:57
I Found You Love3:55
Can You Fool3:19
You've Really Got A Hold On Me3:16
We're Gonna Make It3:12
Do What You Gotta Do3:27
In For The Night3:30
Shadow Dream Song3:43
Island4:26
I Love Makin' Love To You3:51
Love Me2:49

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Notes

Gregg Allman and Cher's only full-length studio album. It was released November, 1977 on Warner Bros. Records, Cher's last LP on the Warner Bros. label before returning in the mid '90s.

Two The Hard Way singles:
Move Me
You've Really Got A Hold On Me

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    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Los Angeles Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3120US1977US1977
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, 8-Track CartridgeTwo The Hard Way
    8-Track Cartridge, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – M8 3120US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – K56436UK1977UK1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Promo
    Warner Bros. Records – P-10447WJapan1977Japan1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Warner Bros. Records – P-10447WJapan1977Japan1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Winchester Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3120US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – KBS 3120Canada1977Canada1977
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 56436France1977France1977
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Test Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – 56436France1977France1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Club Edition
    Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3120US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Promo, Test Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3120US1977US1977
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album, Jacksonville Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3120US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, CassetteTwo The Hard Way
    Cassette
    Warner Bros. Records – WB M5 3120US1977US1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1977, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3120Australia1977Australia1977
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1978, VinylTwo The Hard Way
    LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – HWBS 321-164Spain1978Spain1978
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 1978, CassetteTwo The Hard Way
    Cassette, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – WX 1139Spain1978Spain1978
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 2001, CDTwo The Hard Way
    CD, Album, Unofficial Release
    Starborne Records – SRCD 2001-032Canada2001Canada2001
    New Submission
    Cover of Two The Hard Way, 2014, CDTwo The Hard Way
    CD, Album, Unofficial Release
    Lost Diamonds – 80041-2Argentina2014Argentina2014
    New Submission

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    Reviews

    • salitrov's avatar
      salitrov
      This pressing sounds great to me. As a big fan of Cher and Gregg individually, I appreciate this album and was excited to find it at my local record store recently. I listened to digital versions/rips a couple times, but it hit different when I listened to the record. I know it's not among either performer's best and they didn't have a very harmonious partnership, but some of the tunes here are good. Grateful to have it.
      • Monsieur_Renard's avatar
        This must be the worst album Gregg ever put out. Funny that a lot of southerners worked on this album (Randall Bramblett, Johnny Sandlin, Scott Boyer) and some guys from the Gregg Allman Band (Rick Hirsch, Neil Larsen), but nowhere on the album there is a southern feel, or any musical firework.

        It's all bland and uninspiring r&b and disco and the voices of Gregg and Cher don't match. Historically this album should be in any Allman Brothers-collection, but the album is as bad as the coversleeve.

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