Huey Lewis and the News


Huey Lewis and the News


Some Of My Lies Are True (Sooner Or Later) (Lewis)
Don't Make Me Do It (Lewis)
Stop Trying (Lewis)
Now Here's You (Hopper/McFee)
I Want You (Marnell)
Don't Ever Tell Me That You Love Me (Lewis)
Hearts (Lewis)
Trouble In Paradise (Lewis)
Who Cares? (Lewis)
If You Really Love Me You'll Let Me (Lewis)


A L B U M    I N F O
  Title: Huey Lewis and the News
Year: 1981
Record Company: Chrysalis Records (# CHR 1292)
Notes:The Band: Huey Lewis, Lead Vocals; Chris Hayes, Lead Guitar/Vocals; Sean Hopper, Keyboards/Vocals; Bill Gibson, Drums/Vocals; Johnny Colla, Guitar/Saxophone/Vocals, Mario Cipollina, Bass -- Produced and engineered by Bill Schnee -- Cover Concept/Art Direction: Billy Bass -- Design: Bill Murphy/Rod Dyer -- Inc. Photography: Ron Slenzak -- Management: Bob Brown -- Recorded at: American Recording, Studio City, California -- Assistant Engineer: Bill Cooper -- Additional Recording at: Redwing Sound, Los Angeles -- Assistant Engineer: Kirk Butler -- Mixed at: Studio 55, Los Angeles -- Assistant Engineer: Tim Dennen -- Mastered at: Mastering Lab -- Mastered by: Doug Sax -- Road Manager: John Burnham -- Stage Manager: Mark Deadman -- Thanks to: Sydney Conroy and Terry Persons -- Special Thanks to: Patty Gleeson and Different Fur Recording, San Francisco -- Surf board courtesy of Kevin Bloom


Special Edition Single

Some Of My Lies Are True (Sooner Or Later)
b/w Don't Ever Tell Me That You Love Me
(Format: 7", Video)
Pictured above: 'Special Newspaper Edition' Promo Single
Chrysalis # CHS-21-PDJ

Trouble In Paradise
Trouble in Paradise (live)
b/w Bad Is Bad
Special promo single announcing HLN as headliner
of the open air series "Rock over Germany '85"
Chrysalis #107 414



Review: This six-man configuration is one of the most refreshing rock'n'roll bands to blow out of the San Francisco Bay area in some time. The band plays an energized brand of R&B rock that recalls the vitality of Bruce Springsteen. Lead singer Huey Lewis has a fine, gritty vocal style, and the band is powered by the bristling guitar work of Chris Hayes and the dynamic keyboard playing Sean Hopper. A pure rock'n'roll joy for AOR. Best Cuts are "Trouble In Paradise" and "Stop Trying." (Cash Box, 1980)


Huey Lewis, Chris Hayes, Sean Hopper, Bill Gibson, Johnny Colla, Mario Cipollina


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