Platinum in Canada. (it may have gone Gold in America; I honestly can’t remember.)
“All I See Is Your Face” topped the U.S. “middle-of-the-road” charts (this was before the term “Adult Contemporary” came into use) and, if memory serves, peaked at #41 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Dan’s comments: My personal favourites on this album are “Friends,” “Dark Side of Atlanta,” “No One Taught Me How to Lie” and “All I See Is Your Face.” From a song consistency level, this album was superior to Longer Fuse, but it was so sad, so achingly intense, due to what I was going through in my life at that time, that it may simply have been too overwhelming for say, a typical, mainstream listener. And obviously, I didn’t come through with the “big song” to follow my life-changing smash single from ’77/’78.
01 Frozen In the Night
02 All I See Is Your Face
03 No One Taught Me How to Lie
04 (Why Did You Have to Go And) Pick
06 Let the Song Last Forever
07 When the Hurt Comes
08 Dark Side of Atlanta
09 Indian Woman
10 Till the Day I Die
11 Your Only Friend
Dan Hill – Frozen In the Night (1978)
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