℗ 1981 Astro Records
Released April 4, 1981
Duration 36m 02s
Record Label Astro Records
Catalogue No. 43NB5979AS
Genre Country (Classic Country)
 

Two of a Kind

Sam Neely

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1.1
Take a Look at Us Now
Sam Neely
3:48
1.2
It's Not Easy
Sam Neely
2:52
1.3
Two of a Kind
Sam Neely
4:13
1.4
Takin' No Chances
Sam Neely
3:34
1.5
Again
Sam Neely
3:26
1.6
I Love You Still
Sam Neely
3:54
1.7
Heartbreak
Sam Neely
2:58
1.8
For a Moment
Sam Neely
2:36
1.9
It's All over (Me and You)
Sam Neely
2:35
1.10
Old Pair of Jeans
Sam Neely
6:06
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Astro Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.22
-1.22 to -1.22
-19.80
-20.62 to -18.76
13
12 to 14
1
Take a Look at Us Now
-1.22-20.6213
2
It's Not Easy
-1.22-19.0113
3
Two of a Kind
-1.22-20.1314
4
Takin' No Chances
-1.22-20.3414
5
Again
-1.22-18.7612
6
I Love You Still
-1.22-19.6713
7
Heartbreak
-1.22-19.8113
8
For a Moment
-1.22-20.4114
9
It's All over (Me and You)
-1.22-19.4513
10
Old Pair of Jeans
-1.22-19.8013

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