- Frozen In The Night
- All I See Is Your Face
- No One Taught Me How To Lie
- (Why did you have to go and) Pick On Me
- Let the Song Last Forever
- Dark Side of Atlanta
- Indian Woman
- Till the Day I Die
- Your Only Friend
Produced by Matthew McCauley and Fred Mollin.
Platinum in Canada. (it may have gone Gold in America; I honestly can’t remember.)
“All I See Is Your Face” topped the U.S. “middle-of-the-road” charts (this was before the term “Adult Contemporary” came into use) and, if memory serves, peaked at #41 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Dan’s comments: My personal favourites on this album are “Friends,” “Dark Side of Atlanta,” “No One Taught Me How to Lie” and “All I See Is Your Face.” From a song consistency level, this album was superior to Longer Fuse, but it was so sad, so achingly intense, due to what I was going through in my life at that time, that it may simply have been too overwhelming for say, a typical, mainstream listener. And obviously, I didn’t come through with the “big song” to follow my life-changing smash single from ’77/’78.