© William H. Tucker III
May 07 - 13, 2023
Year of Release: 2006
Down In The Little Woods
That's My Car
Shadows On The Run
I'll Be By Your Side
Let Freedom Ring
Till The Day That I Die
When Children Grow Up
Been A Month Of Sundays
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From the WSVNRadio Hall Of Fame, Volume 18 - Bill Tucker and his
album Briadale. From that album, "Shadows On The Run" was the song selected for Volume 18.
"Down In The Little Woods" start the album, being an acoustic guitar instrumental. "That's My Car" features Jeff Askew on lead guitar. It's a
cool tune, with a basic rock feel. The later years of the Beatles, especially Lennon, and a touch of Electric Light Orchestra reflects on the next track,
"Shadows On The Run." "I'll Be By Your Side" also has a late Beatles' Lennon/McCartney touch.
"Let Freedom Ring" is your basic rock, and quite pleasant. "Till The Day That I Die" turns at 180 angle, being more of a blues track. And,
the guitars are compared to the late Beatles on the John Lennon side, or even Paul McCartney & Wings's "Let Me Roll It." This track is quite impressive.
"When Children Grow Up" has a great Pop sound, and, another impressive tune. And ending the album is another impressive Pop tune, "Been A Month Of
Sundays," an instrumental.
The great Pop sound is heard on Bill Tucker's "Briardale." At the time in 2006, his information and the Briardale album was on CDBaby.com.
His place on CDBaby is no longer there, and there wasn't a main website for him and his music. However, his music (especially Briardale) is on various other
music websites, by simply Googling his name and the album title Briardale. I did find more of his albums
on Spotify. Thank you, Bill Tucker, for being part of our Hall of Fame family. The Briardale is a
nice album to listen to.
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