Together (The Oak Ridge Boys album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 30, 1980
Genre Country
Label MCA
Producer Ron Chancey
Oak Ridge Boys chronology
The Oak Ridge Boys Have Arrived
Greatest Hits
Singles from Together
  1. "Trying to Love Two Women"
    Released: April 19, 1980
  2. "Heart of Mine"
    Released: July 19, 1980
  3. "Beautiful You"
    Released: November 15, 1980

Together is the fourth country studio album by The Oak Ridge Boys, released in 1980.


Track listing

  1. "Whiskey Lady" (Glenn Ashworth, Gregg Owen, Dana Sigmon, Jack Watts)
  2. "Ready to Take My Chances" (Helen Cornelius, Dewayne Orender)
  3. "Trying to Love Two Women" (Sonny Throckmorton)
  4. "Heart of Mine" (Michael Foster)
  5. "Beautiful You" (Dave Hanner)
  6. "Take This Heart" (Robin Batteau)
  7. "Love Takes Two" (Red Lane, Danny Morrison)
  8. "A Little More Like Me (The Crucifixion)" (Throckmorton)
  9. "I Can't Imagine Laying Down (With Anyone But You)" (Don Schlitz)
  10. "Holdin' on to You" (Dennis Linde, Alan Rush)


The Oak Ridge Boys

Additional Musicians

Chart performance


Chart (1980)Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums10
U.S. Billboard 200154
Canadian RPM Country Albums1


YearSinglePeak chart positions
US Country US US AC CAN Country
1980"Trying to Love Two Women"11
"Heart of Mine"3105493
"Beautiful You"327

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