Hard Candy (Ned Doheny album)

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Hard Candy
Studio album by Ned Doheny
Released 1976
Recorded Clover Studios, Hollywood & Record Plant, Sausalito, California
Genre Soft rock
Length 35:52
Label Columbia
Producer Steve Cropper
Ned Doheny chronology
Ned Doheny
(1973)Ned Doheny1973
Hard Candy
(1976)
Prone
(1979)Prone1979

Hard Candy is the second solo album by Ned Doheny. It features his version of "Love of Your Own" (written with Hamish Stuart) which was also recorded with Stuart's Average White Band the same year.[1] It also includes the original version of “Get It Up for Love” which was covered by Táta Vega in 1979. Her version was a Top 20 dance single.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Ned Doheny; except where indicated

  1. "Get It Up for Love"
  2. "If You Should Fall"
  3. "Each Time You Pray"
  4. "When Love Hangs in the Balance"
  5. "A Love of Your Own" (Ned Doheny, Hamish Stuart)
  6. "I’ve Got Your Number"
  7. "On the Swingshift"
  8. "Sing to Me"
  9. "Valentine (I Was Wrong About You)"

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harris, Craig. "Ned Doheny - Biography". United States: All Music Guide. Retrieved 2011-01-15. 
  2. ^ "Tata Vega - Try My Love". United States: All Music Guide. Retrieved 2011-01-15. 

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