Just Can't Satisfy You
With A Friend Like You
Where Does Love Come From
In the Worst Way
Drifting (Farther Away)
Your Mamma Works So Hard
Heat it Up
Lean On You
Reaching Out For Him
Kevin Welch (Larry Chaney plays the intro on "Reaching Out For Him")
Richard Bennett on "Heat It Up"
Willie Weeks (Jimmy Sloas on "Just Can't Satisfy You")
Mitch Humphries and Gene Sisk
Gail Davies and John Cowan with Gene Sisk
In 1994, manager/promoter Sharon Eaves asked Gail if she would like to do a tour of Europe
with a show called Nashville Unplugged. Also included on this tour were Lionel Cartwright, Rob Crosby and Michael Johnson.
A Swiss concert promoter named Roger Lehman had asked specifically for Gail to be included in the lineup. She agreed to go, providing she could take her eleven year
old son, Chris Scruggs, along with her. While performing at a festival in Bern, Switzerland, Gail met a British musician named Rob Price, who was playing bass for
England's #1 country group, The Stu Page Band.
Gail started writing as soon as she got back to Nashville and half of the songs on this album were written for
Rob Price. She decided to call it Eclectic because it contained so many different styles of music. Rather than deal with a major record label, Gail
set up her own record label, Little Chickadee Productions. The response from the press was overwhelming. Tower Pulse magazine chose
Eclectic as one of the 10 Best Country
Albums of 1995. It also appeared on The New York Times Top 10 list.
The following summer, Gail traveled back to England to promote her new album. Craig Baguley,
the owner and editor of Country Music People magazine in London, set up some interviews for Gail at radio stations around the country. She met up with
journalist Al Moir in Leeds for an interveiw with the BBC. Al asked if she would like to sing with one of the local English country bands so he could review her performance.
The bass player in the band turned out to be Rob Price, whom she had met in Switzerland the previous year. Rob and Gail were married a month later on August 11, 1995 in Leeds,
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