Round the Clock Lovin'
Movin' (I Might Decide To Stay)
Amazing What a Little Love Can Do
Givin' Herself Away
All the Fire is Gone
Singing the Blues
You Turn Me On I'm a Radio
Tom Kimmel/Lisa Tabola
#9 released 2/13/82
#24 released 10/30/82
#17 released 3/26/83
#17 released 6/26/82
The Uncalled 4 Choir:
Gail Davies, Albert Lee, Pete Pendras, Pete Carr and Jeff Tassin
Albert Lee, Dean Parks, Jon Goin, B. James Lowry and Pete Carr
Billy Payne, Craig Doerge, Jay Winding and Shane Keister
Gail Davies, Walker Igleheart, Mike Joyce and Paulette Carlson
John Carter, Ginger Holladay, Lisa Silver and Jeff Tassin
The Muscle Shoals Horn section (conducted by Jim Horn)
Raul Vega and
Gail Davies' production work was considered very progressive at the time this album was
released. Country Music historian Robert Oerman referred it in his book, Finding Her Voice (co-authored with Mary Bufwack), as
"a feminist oriented collection on songs."
The first single Round the Clock Lovin', was not only a groundbreaker for Gail Davies, it
was also the catalyst for a young songwriter named K.T. Oslin. Gail's production touches included The Muscle Shoals Horns conducted by session musician Jim Horn.
A longtime admiration for singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell inspired Gail’s recording of Joni's classic composition
You Turn Me On I'm a Radio. The release of this single prompted a call of congratulations from Joni Mitchell, as well as Gail's old production mentor, A&M recording
engineer, Henry Lewy.
Gail's arrangement of Marty Robbins' classic hit Singing The Blues gave
her an opportunity to use her extensive jazz background, which surprised some of her listeners and thrilled renowned jazz critic Nat Hentoff. He reviewed the single for People
magazine and referred to Gail’s voice as “brilliantly evocative.”
The Uncalled 4 Choir consisted of Gail and the members of her touring band, including her bass player, Mike Joyce,
her pianist, Walker Igelheart and her background singer, Paulette Carlson, who would go on to become the lead singer for the band Highway 101.
Gail recorded 10 tracks with the Uncalled 4 singers to create the sound of a large choir on Dawn, a song written by her older brother Ron Davies.
This vinyl LP can still be obtained at vintage record stores like the Great Escape in Nashville.