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Cry Tough (Nils Lofgren album)

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Released  1976
Cry Tough (1976)  I Came to Dance (1977)
Release date  1976
Producers  David Briggs, Al Kooper
Length  37:14
Artist  Nils Lofgren
Label  A&M Records
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Genres  Rock music, Heartland rock
Similar  Nils Lofgren albums, Rock music albums

cry tough nils lofgren

Cry Tough is a 1976 album from Nils Lofgren. The follow-up to his solo debut, Cry Tough is another offering of Lofgren-penned pop/rock. Notable for the title track and the songs "It's Not A Crime", "Mud In Your Eye" and "Can't Get Closer", "Cry Tough" also includes Al Kooper on keyboards.


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Track listing

All Songs Written By Nils Lofgren, except where noted.

  1. "Cry Tough" (Alton Ellis, E. Gordon, Winston Jarrett, Lofgren)
  2. "It's Not a Crime" (Lofgren, Tom Lofgren)
  3. "Incidentally It's Over"
  4. "For Your Love" (Graham Gouldman)
  5. "Share a Little"
  6. "Mud in Your Eye"
  7. "Can't Get Closer"
  8. "You Lit a Fire"
  9. "Jailbait"


  • P.P. Arnold - Vocals
  • Aynsley Dunbar - Drums
  • Jim Gordon - Drums
  • Ron Hicklin - Vocals
  • Wornell Jones - Bass, Vocals
  • Al Kooper - Keyboards
  • Claudia Lennear - Vocals
  • Nils Lofgren - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
  • Tom Lofgren - Guitar, Vocals
  • Buddy Miles - Vocals
  • Ralph Molina - Vocals
  • Chuck Rainey - Bass
  • Holden Raphael - Percussion
  • Emil Richards - Percussion
  • Paul Stallworth - Bass
  • Billy Talbot - Vocals
  • Scott Ball - Upright Bass on "Mud in Your Eye"
  • Dominic Frontiere - Orchestral Arrangements
  • Production

  • Produced By David Briggs & Al Kooper
  • Engineered By Bob Dawson, David DeVore, Bob Edwards, Lee Kiefer, Tim Mulligan
  • Assistant Engineers: John Henning, Deni King, Chris Morris, Chip Brown
  • Songs

    1Cry Tough5:07
    2It's Not a Crime4:15
    3Incidentally It's Over3:21


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