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Gloria Ann Taylor*Love Is A Hurtin' Thing

Label:Luv N' Haight – LHCD076
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Funk / Soul
Style:Soul, Funk, Disco

Tracklist

1Love Is A Hurtin' Thing3:22
2How Can You Say It2:52
3What I Want 3:30
4Burning Eyes3:24
5Deep Inside Of You2:28
6World That's Not Real 3:50
7What's Your World3:52
8Had It All The Time3:01
9Jolene3:37
10Music1:33
11Deep Inside Of You (12" Version)2:30
12Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (12" Version)7:16
13Brother Less Than A Man3:09
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Notes

Issued in a Digipak

Mastered from vinyl.

Made in the USA

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 780661007623
  • Matrix / Runout: 6142 - LHCD076 101315
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT05
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI A806

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (LP, Compilation, Triple Gatefold, 180 gram, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Stereo)Luv N' Haight, Luv N' HaightLHLP076, LH12078US2015
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Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (13×File, ALAC, Compilation)Luv N' HaightnoneUS2015
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Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (CD, Compilation)Magnum Cat, Luv N' HaightMC-0102, LHCD076Japan2015
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Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (LP, Compilation, Test Pressing, 180 gram, 12", 45 RPM, EP)Luv N' HaightLHLP076US2015
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Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (LP, Compilation, Promo, Test Pressing, White Label, 10", Single)Luv N' Haight, Luv N' HaightLHLP076, LH12078US2015

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  • BarnyardOrbit's avatar
    BarnyardOrbit
    Many great females have had millions of records made and heard by millions of fans ... like Robert Flack, Diana Ross.... etc BUT some never got that lucky. Gloria Ann Taylor had a hopeful career and had a few 45 discs issued over a span of time but she really never got "the" commercial Top Hit and until now has never gotten the FULL exposure she deserves. Check out the Officially released 2 vinyl set with a bonus 12" Disco version of this impossible to find jam.
    • anandamide_'s avatar
      anandamide_
      If you've listened to the originals or the bootlegs this is a very well done remaster and an awesome insight into the history of this production. It's obviously remastered but if there is any complaining, please come on, the originals and bootlegs sound so low quality that it's only for era accuracy and originality that one could appreciate them immensely. I absolutely appreciate every bit of this release and the obviously major effort that luv'n'haight put forth. One thing I HAVE to comment on is the fact they released the same 7" version of what's your world twice on this release. I am SO FUCKING STOKED to have the music gallery version along with this which is a legitimate copy of the deep inside of you 12" version, that natural train wreck of a drum track fully intact and so fucked up it's amazing. So much respect for this release and so happy I spent the extra money to cop the music gallery version AND this one. Both deserve respect in their own rights and for keeping a proper insight in production during these careers. One is not complete without the other...or the originals for that matter.
      • GosmoreBeats's avatar
        GosmoreBeats
        Poor quality vinyl - it skips. The mastering is average. The liner notes admit the master tapes were lost when 1 of her son's cars was towed away. The sound quality on the bootlegs (half speed mastering, etc) is far better. Most disappointing that few other tracks here. The liner notes are self apologetic - it would have been better for a proper journalist to write the and put it all into context - and it's all in American drivel. Avoid. Get the bootlegs. A huge opportunity missed by Luv n Haight here.

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