Tale of the Tape / Don't Say No [Import]
Digitally re-mastered collection of the first two original hit albums from the former guitarist of the band Piper from 1980 and 1981. "Tale of the Tape" was produced by studio ace Eddie Offord (Yes, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Brian Auger & the Trinity) and also features former Bruce Springsteen keyboardist David Sancious. It produced the minor hit "You Should Be High Love" which started the ball rolling. Then "Don't Say No" took a decidedly bold step forward. With Mack (Queen, Sparks, Black Sabbath) in the producer's chair, the album sent Squier's career into overdrive with hit after hit: "The Stroke", "My Kinda Lover", "In the Dark", "Lonely Is the Night". Includes extensive sleeve notes and slipcase packaging.