|1||Angel In Your Arms|
Written-By – Clayton Ivey, Terry Woodford, Tommy Brasfield
|2||Just 'Cause I'm Guilty|
Written-By – Clayton Ivey, Jerry Wallace, Lonnie Ledford, Roger Clark, Terry Woodford
|3||Don't Let Me Leave You Behind|
Written-By – Robert Byrne
|4||If You Don't Love Her (When You Gonna Leave Her?)|
Written-By – Gwen Owens, Juanita Curiel, Tommy Brasfield
|5||You're The Reason For All The Songs|
Written-By – Robert Byrne
|6||Why Don't You Believe In Your Man|
Written-By – Gwen Owens
|7||The Right Feeling At The Wrong Time|
Written-By – Barbara Wyrick, Kevin Lamb
|8||Who's Gonna Love You|
Written-By – Clayton Ivey, Tommy Brasfield
|9||You Brought The Woman Out Of Me|
Written-By – Brian Potter, Dennis Lambert
|10||You Can Do It|
Written-By – Ben Weisman , Evie Sands, Richard Germinaro
Written-By – Mac McAnally
|BT 89522||Hot||Hot (LP, Album, Mon)||Big Tree Records||BT 89522||US||1977|
|WEA 3034||Hot||Hot (LP, Album)||Atlantic||WEA 3034||Ecuador||1977|
|W 50374||Hot||Hot (LP, Album)||Big Tree Records||W 50374||Italy||1977|
|BT 89522||Hot||Hot (LP, Promo)||Big Tree Records||BT 89522||US||1977|
|P-10411A||Hot||Hot (LP, Album)||Big Tree Records||P-10411A||Japan||1977|
Clayton Ivet & Roger Clark appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Mac McAnally appears courtesy of Ariola America Records
Muscle Shoals Horns appear courtesy of Bang Records.
Produced for Wishbone, Inc.
Wishbone Recording Studio, Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Masterfonics, Nashville, Tenn.
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