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Various - You've Never Been Hit So Hard Phase 1 album

Various - You've Never Been Hit So Hard Phase 1 album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Soulful music
  • Title: You've Never Been Hit So Hard Phase 1
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: Disco, Funk
  • MP3 version size: 1670 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1367 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 309


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You've Never Been This Far Before" is a song written and recorded by American country artist Conway Twitty. It was released in July 1973 as the second single and title track from the album You've Never Been This Far Before. The song was Twitty's 10th number one on the country chart as a solo artist. The single stayed at number one for three weeks and spent a total of 16 weeks on the chart.

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been this far before. I don't know what I'm saying as my trembling fingers touch forbidden places I only know that I have waited for so long for the chance that we are taking I don't know and I don't care what made you tell him you don't love him anymore and as I taste your tender kisses I can tell. you've never been this far before

One song that never made the album, became a B-side, or got anywhere past a handful of rehearsals is "Watching Rainbows," which John Lennon wrote before realizing wheel-watching was far more interesting. It's a rollicking number that absolutely would've made moptop mavens everywhere bob their heads in appreciation. Though it's never been released, "Mistake" kind of lives on in an official KISS recording. The group's Rod Stewart-esque ballad "Hard Luck Woman" sounds like a spiritual successor, albeit one with less twang and more basic acoustic guitar. That said, you can easily make the connection that the singer is leaving this hard-luck woman behind, only to later realize it was a big mistake. And you thought KISS lyrics were dumb. Rolling Stones: Get Yourself Together.

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Side One 16:56
A1a Chic Le Freak
Written-By – Bernard Edwards, Nile Rodgers
A1b Cerrone Je Suis Music
Written-By – Cerrone
A1c Leif Garrett I Was Made For Dancing
Written-By – Michael Lloyd
A1d Tasha Thomas Shoot Me (With Your Love)
Written-By – James R. Glaser
Side Two 17:45
B1a Fantastic Four Sexy Lady
Written-By – Horne*, Coffey*, Epps*
B1b Phreek Weekend
Written-By – James Calloway, Leroy Burgess
B1c Herbie Mann Superman
Written-By – Jose Luis Soto*


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A1a: Chic Music, Inc./Cotillion Music, BMI.
A1b: SACEM Cerrone Music.
A1c: Michael's Music/Scot Tone Music, ASCAP.
A1d: Velocity Music, BMI.

B1a: *Bridgeport Music, Inc., BMI.
B1b: Leeds Music Corp./Pap Music/Calebur Compositions, ASCAP.
B1c: Peer International Corporation, BMI.

℗ 1978 Atlantic except * ℗ 1978 Westbound Records, Inc.

The tracks are sequenced together