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“).

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)

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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