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Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition. Hour Glass is the debut studio album by the group of the same name, issued in October 1967 on Liberty Records, the first of two by the group that featured the namesakes of The Allman Brothers Band. Hour Glass was recorded with an emphasis on lead vocalist Gregg Allman's voice and dispensing with nearly all original material. Of the eleven tracks on the original LP, only one was penned by a group member, Gregg Allman's "Got To Get Away". The remaining ten were written by songwriters running the gamut from Curtis Mayfield and Jackson Browne to Del Shannon and the Goffin-King team. The Hour Glass performed the basic tracks, which were overdubbed by Smith with layers of vocals and instrumentation.
1.1 Out of the Night 1.2 Nothing But Tears 1.3 Love Makes the World Go 'Round 1.4 Cast Off All My Fears 1.5 I've Been Trying 1.6 No Easy Way Down 2.1 Heartbeat 2.2 So Much Love 2.3 Got to Get Away 2.4 Silently 2.5 Bells