Boys Like You
Following You Around
On a Real Good Night
Hallelujah, I Love Him So
What Can I Say
You're a Hard Dog
It's You Alone
If You Can Lie A Little Bit
The Boy in You is Showing
Setting Me Up
Gail Davies/Walker Igleheart
Harlan Howard/Suzanna Clark
#19 released 2/25/84
#18 released 10/15/83
#55 released 8/04/84
Billy Walker Jr.
Reggie Young and B. James Lowry
Farrel Morris and Rick McCollister
Gail Davies, Walker Igleheart, Sheri Huffman and Jack Sundrud
Ricky Skaggs (It's You Alone)
Arranged by Bergen White and played by "The A Strings"
The Muscle Shoals Horns (conducted by Jim Horn)
Laura Li Puma
Gail used one of her original compositions, a song entitled What Can I Say, as the
title for this album. It garnered two Top 20 hit singles, Boys Like You (written by Gail and Walker Igleheart) and You're A Hard Dog To
Keep Under The Porch (written by Suzanna Clark and Harlan Howard).
Also featured on this album singing a duet with Gail on It's You Alone (written by Gail's older brother
Ron Davies) is a very young Ricky Skaggs. Ricky had just won the CMA Award for Best Male Vocalist and was kind enough to join Gail in the
studio for this duet. Ricky also played all of the fiddle parts on this song. It was released as a single on country radio just as Gail was leaving Warner Bros. to
sign with RCA Records. Subsequently, the single did not receive much, if any, support from her previous record label.
Gail's production, featuring the Muscle Shoals Horns on Ray Charles' Hallelujah, I Just Love Him So
and Mark Knopfler's Settin' Me Up, was a departure from her earlier recordings. That, along with various personal issues made the production of this
album much more difficult. Gail's son, Chris Scruggs, was five months old at the time. Chris sat in his car seat on top of the recording console while his mother
produced this album. I guess you could say he was born to be in the studio.
Currently out of print, this vinyl LP can still be obtained at vintage record stores like
The Great Escape.