Murray Head ‎– Say It Ain’t So (1975)

Say It Ain’t So is the second album by English singer/songwriter Murray Head, released in 1975 on Island/A&M. Several songs from the album have been interpreted by other singers, including Roger Daltery (“Say It Ain’t So, Joe”) and Cliff Richard (“Never Even Thought“).

Tracklist:
A1. “Say It Ain’t So, Joe” (4:36)
A2. “Boy on the Bridge” (3:48)
A3. “Boats Away” (4:17)
A4. “When I’m Yours” (4:04)
A5. “Someone’s Rocking My Dreamboat” (2:44)
B1. “She’s Such a Drag” (4:15)
B2. “Never Even Thought” (5:00)
B3. “Silence Is a Strong Reply” (2:48)
B4. “Don’t Forget Him Now” (4:25)
B5. “You’re So Tasty” (3:27)

Credits:
Murray Head – Lead vocals, acoustic guitar, Fender Rhodes piano
Bob Weston – acoustic, slide and electric guitars, backing vocals
Alun Davies – guitar, backing vocals
Jim Cregan – guitar
Mickey Finn – rhythm guitar
Graham Preskett – mandolin
Bruce Lynch – acoustic & electric bass guitar
Brian Brocklehurst – acoustic bass
Nicky South – bass guitar
Charles Jankle (Chaz Jankel) – Wurlitzer electric piano
Ann Odell – strings arrangement, piano, ARP synthesizer
Billy Day – organ
Brian Johnston – Fender Rhodes electric piano
Simon Philips – drums
Gerry Conway – drums
Glen Lefleur – drums, percussion
Pete Thompson – drums
Morris Pert – log drums
Brother James – congas, percussion
Chili Charles – percussion
PJ Crotty – tin whistle
The Tropic Isles – steel band
Anthony Head – backing vocals
Vicky Brown – backing vocals
Liza Strike – backing vocals
Sue Lynch – backing vocals
Pam Keevil – backing vocals
Tony Kaye – piano (A5)
Arthur Watts – string bass (A5)
John Altman – clarinet (A5)
Anthony Healey – trombone (A5)
Noel Norris – trumpet (A5)

Martin Levan – Engineer, Mixing
Robin Black – Engineer, Mixing
Mike Bobak – Mixing
Gered Mankowitz – Photography

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