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    "Love Hurts" is a song written and composed by the American songwriter Boudleaux Bryant. First recorded by the Everly Brothers in July 1960, the song is most well known from the 1974 international hit version by Scottish hard rock band Nazareth and 1975 Top 5 hit in the UK by English singer Jim Capaldi .

  2. However, it never became a true hit until Nazareth recorded it in 1975 with the intention of making it a single b-side. Their unique arrangement respected the song’s ballad style but pushed its emotional content even further with a heavy arrangement built on thick, ominous power chords pushed along by the occasional hard-hitting drum beat.

  3. May 07, 2002 · Discover Love Hurts: The Rock Ballads by Nazareth released in 2002. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic. ... Release Date May 7 ...

  4. A&M Records rescued the track from b-side obscurity, using it to replace the group’s cover of Randy Newman’s "Guilty" on Hair Of the Dog and issuing it as its own single. Their faith in the record was rewarded when "Love Hurts" became a top-ten smash in 1976. It has since become a radio staple and remains Nazareth’s best-known song on ...

  5. Feb 11, 2021 · Released: 1975. Nazareth made this song a hit, but ‘Love Hurts’ was originally released by the Everly Brothers on their 1960 album ‘A Date With The Everly Brothers’. By the time Nazareth brought this song to life, the Everly Brothers had already been split for years.The Nazareth album version runs 3:52, with a guitar solo by Manny ...

  6. 22 Aug 2011 comusduke CD . . . . . . . Previous Next The Singles Collection Nazareth / Exercises Track listing 1 Razamanaz 2 Alcatraz 3 Hair of the Dog 4 My White Bicycle 5 Morning Dew 6 Love Hurts 7 Whiskey Drinkin' Woman 8 Holy Roller 9 White Boy 10 Ruby Tuesday 11 Miss Misery 12 Guilty 13 Go Down Fighting 14 Telegram Part 2 2 Lists

  7. Love Hurts / Holy Roller, a Single by Nazareth. Released in 1976 on Vertigo (catalog no. 6078 232; Vinyl 7"). Genres: AOR, Hard Rock, Soft Rock.

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