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I Still Believe: The Best of Paul Tait

by Paul Tait

"I Still Believe: The Best of Paul Tait" is a well put together over view of Paul's career starting with his first widely released single and ending with his most recent recordings. All songs © 1982, 2009 Paul Tait Except “Angels Of The City” © 2009 Beau, Cooper, Foley, Supino, Tait
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. I Can’t See You In My Dreams
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2. Song To The Moon
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3. Pop Musician
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4. Television City
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5. I Still Believe
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6. Back In Business
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7. Be With You
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8. Silver Linings
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9. As Then Is Now
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10. Unsung
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11. Harvard Square (WCGY Radio Spot)
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12. Angels Of The City
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13. She Belonged To Me (In A Song)
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14. I Know When I've Been Lied To
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Album Notes
For over three decades Paul Tait has performed both as a band leader and as a singer/songwriter/pianist. He has independently released a series of critically acclaimed recordings, including: "Pop Musician", "Television City", "I Still Believe", “Back In Business”, “Angels Of The City”, and "Song to the Moon" which was a number one requested college radio station song the year it was released.

As an actor, Paul performed in regional theater and on Off Broadway. Productions include: "Mr. Roberts", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Tales from the Wayside Inn", "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" and Harold Pinter’s "The Homecoming" for which he won a Best Actor award from the Boston Globe.

In 2010 Paul released the critically acclaimed CD “…born at night…” his first new collection of songs in seven years. You can find it along with all of Paul’s current discography at iTunes Mexico, Zune, MediaNet, Amazon MP3, Napster, Spotify, iTunes U.S., iTunes Australia/N.Z., iTunes Canada, eMusic, iTunes UK/European Union, iTunes Japan.

Paul’s latest CD, “all that is left is all that remains” was released in March of 2011. Some call it the best work he has ever done.

“Paul Tait is truly one of music’s unsung, unsigned greats when it comes to pure pop rock expression. And by pop rock music I do not mean the fluff we accept today for contemporary pop rock music, I mean good old fashioned solid pop rock and roll songwriting delivered with passion, zeal and just the right amount of humor.”
-Rob Hunter Boston Rock and Roll Press

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Metronome Magazine reviews "I Still Believe: The Best of Paul Tait"
Metronome Magazine, one of Boston’s oldest local music publications, reviews “I Still Believe: The Best of Paul Tait” in its January issue:

Most of the songs on Paul Tait’s greatest hits reissue “I Still Believe” were recorded more than 20 years ago. Fortunately for Tait, the songs still hold up today. Displaying influences from Billy Joel to The Beatles, Tait built off those talents and found a unique musical voice of his own. Remixed, remastered, and meticulously engineered for the digital age, the tunes on “I Still Believe” are just as enjoyable to listen to today as they were when Tait first recorded and released them. Strongest tracks (and our favorites) include “Song To The Moon”, “Television City”, “As Then Is Now, and “Angels Of The City” –(B.M.O.)
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