Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No
Billy Squier - Don’t Say No

Billy Squier - Don’t Say No

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Billy Squier – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion, piano

Cary Sharaf – lead guitar

Alan St. Jon – keyboards

Mark Clarke – bass guitar, backing vocals

Bobby Chouinard – "more" drums

 

1 LP,  Old-Style "Tip-On" Gatefold Printed By Stoughton

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g Ultra-Quiet Viny

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : Intervention Records

Original Label : Capitol

Engineered by Reinhold Mack

Produced by Billy Squier and Reinhold Mack

Mastered by Kevin Gray at CoHEARent Audio

Originally released in 1981

Reissued in 2018

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. In The Dark
  2. The Stroke
  3. My Kinda Lover
  4. You Know What I Like
  5. Too Daze Gone

Side B:

  1. Lonely Is The Night
  2. Whadda You Want From Me
  3. Nobody Knows
  4. I Need You
  5. Don't Say No

 

Reviews :

« After turning some heads with his debut, Billy Squier truly arrived with 1981's Don't Say No, which kicks off in spectacular fashion with the triple opening salvo of "In the Dark," "The Stroke," and "My Kinda Lover" -- all of which become staples at rock radio. The album is a near-perfect example of early-'80s melodic hard rock, and even less enduring (but hardly inferior rockers) such as "You Know What I Like" and "Lonely Is the Night" keep up the intensity. And Squier also finds time for the occasional ballad, like the disarmingly gentle "Nobody Knows." Completists may want to review his mid-'90s double-disc anthology, but as far as studio albums are concerned, Don't Say No is undoubtedly his best. » AllMusic Review by Eduardo Rivadavia

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 , Discogs : 4.04 / 5

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