The crossover album from Country to Rock for this seminal 70's band. Perhaps their most important album in terms of creativity, the band members were masters at their country foundations but this represented a brave new world and risked their very existence as a popular, if predictable, soft country rock band into something a bit more adventurous.
And whilst they never aspired to Led Zepplin esq. standards, this album carved a unique niche which is unlikely to be replicated.
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|Track number||Play||Loved||Track name||Buy||Duration||Listeners|
|1||Already Gone (LP Version)||4:17||2,256 listeners|
|2||You Never Cry Like A Lover (LP Version)||4:00||2,071 listeners|
|3||Midnight Flyer (LP Version)||3:57||1,905 listeners|
|4||My Man (LP Version)||3:29||2,397 listeners|
|5||On The Border (LP Version)||5:13||2,277 listeners|
|6||James Dean (LP Version)||3:37||2,022 listeners|
|7||Ol' 55 (LP Version)||4:20||2,385 listeners|
|8||Is It True? (LP Version)||3:14||2,394 listeners|
|9||Good Day In Hell (LP Version)||4:25||2,037 listeners|
|10||The Best Of My Love ( LP Version)||4:33||2,727 listeners|