Vol III, Issue 6 – Love hurts (15 Mar 2018)

For the love of rock

Vol III, Issue 6 – Love hurts (15 Mar 2018)

Name of song– Love hurts

Band- Nazareth

Album- Hair of The Dog

WriterBoudleaux Bryant

Release year– 1974

Chart records

# 1 – Belgium/Canada/Netherlands/Norway/South Africa

# 2- Denmark

# 3- Euro hit 50

# 4- New Zealand

# 6- Sweden

# 8- Australia

# 8- Billboard Hot 100

# 11- Austria

# 30- Germany

# 41- UK Singles Chart

Similar artists– Rainbow, UFO, Slade, Sweet, Uriah Heep


Love hurts

Reviewers- Bikash Shrestha/Nirab Kayastha

Nazareth are a prototype seventies hard rock band hailing from Scotland. They have been a source of inspiration for many of the rockers of yesterday and today. Formed by Dan McCafferty (Vocals), Manny Charlton (Guitars), Pete Agnew (Bass) and Darrell Sweet (Drums) in 1968 in Scotland, they moved to England in 1970 looking for their musical prospectus. They gained the rock enthusiast’s attention from their early albums and reached the pinnacle in mid seventies with their sixth album “Hair of The Dog”. Although they are most well known for this amazing power ballad “Love hurts” from this album, this song would perhaps be an exception to their main roots.  Despite various line-up changes, they are still thankfully touring the world.

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