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Billy Squier

Tale of the Tape/Don't Say No

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: BGO (England)

Catalog Number: BGOCD624

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Personnel
Billy Squier lead vocals, guitars, piano, percussion, background vocals
Bobby Chouinard drums
Mark Clarke bass, backing vocals
Alan St. Jon keyboards, backing vocals
Gary Sharaf guitar solo on Lonely Is the Night
Bruce Kulick guitars
Bucky Ballard bass
David Sancious keyboards, synthesizers
Richard T. Bear keyboards
Ernest Carter percussion
Alex Lightwood background vocals
Tracks
1.  The Big Beat  3:39
2.  Calley Oh  4:08
3.  Rich Kid  4:41
4.  Like I'm Lovin' You  3:11
5.  Who Knows What a Love Can Do  3:42
6.  You Should Be High Love  4:20
7.  Who's Your Boyfriend  3:37
8.  The Music's All Right  5:50
9.  Young Girls  4:15
10.  In the Dark  4:09
11.  The Stroke  3:38
12.  My Kinda Lover  3:34
13.  You Know What I Like  2:57
14.  Too Daze Gone  4:08
15.  Lonely Is the Night  4:41
16.  Whadda You Want from Me  3:45
17.  Nobody Knows  4:19
18.  I Need You  3:52
19.  Don't Say No  3:22
  
Total Running Time:  75:48

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From: Nick C Date: November 11, 2005 at 3:22
Tale of the Tape is almost like the blueprint for Don't Say know with the track Big Beat being very similar to The Stroke. Tale was his first album after leaving the pretty groovy Piper and does bear a resemblence to their sound too (hardly surprising as Billy was main man in the band). It's pretty solid and has some great tunes the reworking of the Piper tune "Who's Your Boyfriend" is great. BUT it's with Don't Say No that he hit his stride, it has a nice balance of hard rock / pop excellent!

From: Nick C Date: November 11, 2005 at 3:24
Don't Say Know??? I meant Don't Say No...too much listening to Kansas Point of Know Return has messed me up!

From: AOR freaky Date: November 11, 2005 at 4:06
His finest albums on one album. SO, both quality and quantity this time. The Stroke is still doing it for me. Great one ! If you're into a mix of unique hardrock with some pop influences, this is for you !


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