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Nazareth is the debut album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 1971. The album featured the hit single “Dear John,” and a cover of “Morning Dew.”
Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band formed in 1968 that had several hits in the United Kingdom, as well as in several other West European countries in the early 1970s. They established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog, which featured their hits “Hair of the Dog” and a cover of the ballad “Love Hurts”.

A Nazareth egy skót rockegyüttes, mely a 60-as évek végén alakult. Az együttes az 1975-ös Hair of the Dog albummal szerzett magának nemzetközi hírnevet. Több rocksláger is fűződik a nevükhöz, melyek közül a Love Hurts ballada a legismertebb. Az együttes 1970-ben költözött Londonba, ahol rögzítették a debütáló albumot. A Nazareth címet kapott lemez 1971-ben jelent meg.

Tracks:
01. Witchdoctor Woman (Charlton, McCafferty) 4:05
02. Dear John 3:44
03. Empty Arms, Empty Heart (Nazareth) 3:11
04. I Had A Dream 3:20
05. Red Light Lady 5:55
06. Fat Man (Agnew, Charlton, McCafferty) 3:22
07. Country Girl 4:02
08. Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose) 7:04
09. The King Is Dead (Agnew, Charlton, McCafferty, Sweet) 4:41
Bonuses:
10. Friends (B-side) (Agnew, Charlton, McCafferty, Sweet) 3:22
11. Dear John (single edit) 2:40
12. Morning Dew (alternate edited version) (Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose) 4:49
13. Friends (alternate edit of B-side) 3:23

Personnel:
Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
Darrell Sweet – drums, backing vocals
Pete Agnew – bass, guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals (4)
Manuel “Manny” Charlton – lead guitar, backing vocals
Additional:
Dave Stewart – organ (5), harmonium (4)
Pete Wingfield – piano (2, 8)
Pete York – congas, jawbone, tambourine (9)
B.J. Cole – slide guitar (8)
Colin Fretcher – string and bass arrangements (5, 9)

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