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Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

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8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Adkins Publicity

Exclusive PR / Publicity Representation of Gene Watson / Contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville

For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville.



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2017, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Bill Lloyd, which he submitted to this site on Sunday 16 July 2017.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Bill Lloyd who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.

Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd
This quote was submitted on Sunday 16 July 2017.

'
If I had to pick a favourite Gene Watson record, it just might be 'Paper Rosie', which was written by Dallas Harms.

Gene Watson: 'Paper Rosie' (Capitol Records, 1977)

I love the way his voice sounds and I love the stripped down production on that record.

Go, Gene!'

Thank you, Bill Lloyd, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Bill Lloyd...

Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd is a power pop enthusiast turned country songwriter / performer turned rock 'n' roll performer, and has earned his badge on Music Row by writing hits for others, but later as part of the duo Foster & Lloyd, with Radney Foster.

After Foster & Lloyd split up in 1990, Bill Lloyd moved on to a solo career with frequent stints as a sideman guitarist.

Bill Lloyd

Born in Kentucky in 1955, Bill Lloyd moved frequently as a child, following his military father around the world.

Beth Nielsen Chapman: 'Hearing It First' (Capitol Records, 1980)

In 1980, Beth Nielsen Chapman saw the release of 'Hearing It First' (Capitol Records, 1980), which was produced by Barry Beckett; personnel involved in the recording of the album included the following:

Beth Nielsen Chapman (vocal, guitar, keyboards)
Steve Gibson, Bill Hinds, Bill Lloyd, Michael Landau, Dean Parks, John Themis and John Willis (guitar)
Mark Casstevens (guitar, mandolin)
Pete Kleinow (steel guitar)
Michael Rhodes, Leland Sklar, Paul Powell, Craig Nelson, Edgar Meyer, Dee Murray and Roscoe Beck (bass)
Paul Leim and Vinnie Colaiuta (drums)
John B. Jarvis, Randy Kerber and Matt Rollings (piano)
David Collard (keyboards)
Phil Naish, Larry Steelman and Judd Miller (synthesizer)
Tom Roady, Lenny Castro, Danny Cummings and Paulinho DaCosta (percussion)
Bruce Dukov and Joel Derouin (violin)
Bobby Taylor (oboe)
Nick Charles (triangle)
Arnold McCuller, Bill Champlin and Tommy Funderburk (vocals)

Bill Lloyd began writing songs at an early age and, after studying at Western Kentucky University for awhile, he dropped out and moved to Nashville in 1982.



In 1985, Radney Foster moved to Nashville and found work at MTM Publishing Company as a songwriter.  It was there that Radney Foster met Bill Lloyd and they co-wrote the song 'Since I Found You', which became a Billboard Top 10 country music hit single for Sweethearts of The Rodeo (Kristine Arnold & Janis Gill).

Radney Foster

After being teamed with Radney Foster as a songwriting pair, the two wrote the hit 'Since I Found You' for Sweethearts of The Rodeo.

Offered a performing contract by RCA Records, Foster & Lloyd (Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) jumped at the opportunity and saw the release of their debut album in 1987.  The self-titled LP sparked three country music hit singles, 'Crazy Over You', 'Sure Thing' and 'What Do You Want From Me This Time?', and the duo continued performing until 1990.

Radney Foster
then moved on to a solo career, and Bill Lloyd, who had released an album of some decidedly rock-oriented mid-1980s demos as 'Feeling The Elephant' (Throbbing Lobster Records, 1983-1986 / Atlanta's DB Records, 1987) in 1987, played guitar on album releases from Ricky Van Shelton, Al Kooper, Kim Richey, Marshall Crenshaw and Steve Earle.



Sweethearts of The Rodeo (Kristine Arnold & Janis Gill) recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Since I Found You' (co-written with Radney Foster) and included the track on 'Sweethearts of The Rodeo' (Columbia Records, 1986); the track reached No.7 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1986.

In 1986, Radney Foster & Bill Lloyd formed Foster & Lloyd, and they received a recording contract with RCA Records.



Ricky Van Shelton
 recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Crazy Over You' (co-written with Radney Foster) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed Dream' (Columbia Records, 1987), his highly acclaimed debut album.

Bill Lloyd: 'Feeling The Elephant' (Throbbing Lobster Records, 1983 - 1986 / DB Records, 1987)

Bill Lloyd's first solo album, 'Feeling The Elephant' (Throbbing Lobster Records, 1983 - 1986 / DB Records, 1987), was actually released in 1987, predating the Nashville native's association with Radney Foster in the mainstream country act Foster & Lloyd.

However, at that time, between 1983 and 1986, 'Feeling The Elephant' (Throbbing Lobster Records, 1983 - 1986 / DB Records, 1987) was released on the tiny Boston independent record label, Throbbing Lobster Records, just as that label was breathing its last.  Thoughtfully, Atlanta's DB Records picked up 'Feeling The Elephant' after Foster & Lloyd's commercial breakthrough and re-issued it in a new cover with slightly improved sound.

Bill Lloyd's first solo album, 'Feeling The Elephant' (Throbbing Lobster Records, 1983 - 1986 / DB Records, 1987), included the following tracks:

'This Very Second' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Nothing Comes Close' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Feeling The Elephant' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Lisa Anne' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'All At Once You Unzipped' (written by Diana Haig and Bill Lloyd)
'It'll Never Get Better Than This' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'I Wanna Sit & Watch The Credits Roll' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Susan Scorned' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'This Must Be The Place' (written by Bill Lloyd) / this track featured guest vocals from December Boys
'Everything's Closing Down' (written by Bill Lloyd)



On Sunday 27 September 1987, Foster & Lloyd (Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) saw the release of their self-titled debut album, 'Foster & Lloyd' (RCA Records, 1987), which included four tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard country music singles chart:

'Crazy Over You' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
 (No.4, 1987)
'Sure Thing' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) (No.8, 1987)
'Texas in 1880' (written by Bill Lloyd) (No.18, 1988)
'What Do You Want From Me This Time?' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) (No.6, 1988)

Foster & Lloyd's self-titled debut album, 'Foster & Lloyd' (RCA Records, 1987), also included the following tracks:

'Turn Around' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Token of Love' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Hard to Say No' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Part I Know By Heart' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'You Can Come Cryin' to Me' (written by Radney Foster)

Foster & Lloyd's self-titled debut album, 'Foster & Lloyd' (RCA Records, 1987), reached No.33 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1987.



In 1989, Foster & Lloyd (Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) saw the release of 'Faster & Llouder' (RCA Records, 1989), which included four tracks, which were released as singles on the Billboard country music singles chart:

'Fair Shake', which was written by Guy Clark (Thursday 6 November 1941 - Tuesday 17 May 2016), Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd
 (No.5, 1988)
'Before The Heartache Rolls In' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) (No.43, 1989)
'Suzette' (written by Bill Lloyd) (No.48, 1989)
'Fat Lady Sings' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) / this track was released as a single in 1989, but it did not chart

Radney Foster
& Bill Lloyd's 'Faster & Llouder' (RCA Records, 1989) also included the following tracks:

'Faster & Llouder' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
 / Vince Gill played guitar on this track
'She Knows What She Wants' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Happy For Awhile' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'After I'm Gone' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'I'll Always Be Here Loving You' (written by Radney Foster)
'Lie to Yourself' (written by Bill Lloyd and Pat Terry)

Personnel involved in the recording of Radney Foster & Bill Lloyd's 'Faster & Llouder' (RCA Records, 1989) included the following:

Radney Foster
(lead vocals, background vocals)
Bill Lloyd (lead vocals, harmony vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, piano, tambourine)
Bruce C. Bouton (pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar)
Sam Bush (fiddle on 'Happy For Awhile')
John Cowan (third part harmony vocals on 'She Knows What She Wants' and 'After I'm Gone')
Marshall Crenshaw (electric rhythm guitar, solo guitars, 6-string bass on 'She Knows What She Wants')
Beth Nielsen Chapman (background vocals on 'Before The Next Heartache Rolls In')
Jerry Douglas (Dobro on 'Happy For Awhile')
Vince Gill (electric guitar on 'Faster & Llouder')
Mike McAdam (6-string bass)
Tommy Wells (drums)
Glenn Worf (bass guitar)

Radney Foster
& Bill Lloyd's 'Faster & Llouder' (RCA Records, 1989) reached No. 44 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1989, and No.142 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart in 1989.



New Grass Revival recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Before The Heartache Rolls In' (co-written with Radney Foster) and included the track on 'Hold That Dream' (Capitol Records, 1989).



In 1990, Foster & Lloyd (Radney Foster & Bill Lloyd) saw the release of 'Version of The Truth' (RCA Records, 1990), which included two tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'Is It Love' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
 (No.43, 1990)
'Can't Have Nothin' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd) (No.38, 1990)

Radney Foster
& Bill Lloyd's 'Version of the Truth' (RCA Records, 1990) also included the following tracks:

'Version of The Truth' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'I Wishdaida Run into You' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Leavin' in Your Eyes' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Side of the Road' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'It's a Done Deal' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Lonesome Run' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'It's Over' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'All Said & Done' (written by Radney Foster, Bill Lloyd and Vince Gill)
'Workin' on Me' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Whoa' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)

Personnel involved in the recording of Radney Foster & Bill Lloyd's 'Version of the Truth' (RCA Records, 1990) included the following:

Radney Foster
(lead vocals, background vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, hand claps)
Bill Lloyd (harmony vocals, 'the occasional lead vocal', acoustic guitar, electric guitar, hand claps)

Foster & Lloyd Band
Pete Finney (pedal steel guitar)
Byron House (bass guitar, banjo on 'It's Over')
Bob Mummert (drums)

Guest Musicians
Sam Bush (fiddle on 'Lonesome Road', mandolin on 'Leavin' in Your Eyes')
John Cowan (vocal harmony on 'Lonesome Run' and 'All Said & Done')
Jerry Douglas (lap steel guitar on 'It's a Done Deal' and 'Lonesome Run')
Vince Gill (electric guitar fills and solo on 'It's a Done Deal')
Jeff Hanna (harmony vocals on 'Version of The Truth')
Bernie Leadon (electric low-string guitar on 'All Said & Done')

'Whoa' line-up
Felix Cavaliere (B-3 organ)
Duane Eddy (electric guitar)
R.S. Field (drums)
Radney Foster (acoustic guitar)
Albert Lee (electric guitar)
Bill Lloyd (6-string bass)
Garry Tallent (bass guitar)
Rusty Young (pedal steel guitar)

'Workin' on Me' line-up
Bruce C. Bouton (pedal steel guitar)
Tommy Wells (drums)
Glenn Worf (bass guitar)

Radney Foster
& Bill Lloyd's 'Version of The Truth' (RCA Records, 1990) reached No.40 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1990.

In 1990, Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd, as Foster & Lloyd, parted ways in order to pursue solo careers.



Tanya Tucker
 recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Don't Go Out' (co-written with Radney Foster) and included the track on 'Tennessee Woman' (Capitol Records, 1990); the track, which was a duet with T. Graham Brown, reached No.6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1990.

Beth Nielsen Chapman: 'Beth Nielsen Chapman' (Reprise Records, 1990)

Beth Nielsen Chapman recorded Bill Lloyd's 'I Keep Coming Back to You' (co-written with Beth Nielsen Chapman) and included the track on 'Beth Nielsen Chapman' (Reprise Records, 1990); the track reached No.13 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1990.

Beth Nielsen Chapman's self-titled album, 'Beth Nielsen Chapman' (Reprise Records, 1990), featured guitar work from Bill Lloyd.



In 1992, Radney Foster began his solo country music career with the release, on Tuesday 29 September 1992, of 'Del Rio, TX 1959' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992), which was produced by Steve Fishell and Radney Foster.

Radney Foster
's 'Del Rio, TX 1959' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992), the title of which referred to Radney Foster's birth year and birthplace, included five tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'Just Call Me Lonesome' (written by Radney Foster and George Ducas)
 (No.10, 1992)
'Nobody Wins' (written by Radney Foster and Kim Richey) (No.2, 1993)
'Easier Said Than Done' (written by Radney Foster) (No.20, 1993)
'Hammer & Nails' (written by Radney Foster and Cindy Bullens) (No.34, 1993)
'Closing Time' (written by Radney Foster and Mark Sager) (No.59, 1994)

Radney Foster's 'Del Rio, TX 1959' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992) also included the following tracks:

'Don't Say Goodbye' (written by Radney Foster)
'A Fine Line' (written by Radney Foster)
'Went For a Ride' (written by Radney Foster and Alice Randall)
'Louisiana Blue' (written by Radney Foster and Beth Nielsen Chapman)
'Old Silver' (written by Radney Foster)

Personnel involved in the recording of Radney Foster's 'Del Rio, TX 1959' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992) included the following:

Radney Foster
(vocals, acoustic guitar)
Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Hiatt, Carl Jackson, Kim Richey, Harry Stinson, Cindy Williams and Curtis Young (background vocals)
Dan Dugmore (acoustic guitar)
Glen Duncan (fiddle, viola)
Steve Fishell (pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar)
Bill Hullett (rhythm guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, 6-string bass guitar, mandolin)
Michael Joyce (bass guitar)
Bob Mummert (drums, percussion, tire iron)
John Propst (piano)
Pete Wasner (piano, Hammond B-3)

Personnel involved in the recording of 'Old Silver' included the following:

Sam Bush (mandolin)
Lee Roy Parnell (National steel guitar)
Randy Scruggs (guitar)
Harry Stinson (drums)
Glenn Worf (upright bass)

Radney Foster
's 'Del Rio, TX 1959' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992) reached No.46 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1992.

Guy Clark: 'Boats to Build' (Elektra Records, 1992)

Guy Clark
 (Thursday 6 November 1941 - Tuesday 17 May 2016) recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Picasso's Mandolin' (co-written with Guy Clark and Radney Foster) and included the track on 'Boats to Build' (Elektra Records, 1992); Verlon Thompson played guitar, while background vocals were provided by Suzi Ragsdale and Verlon Thompson.

Bill Lloyd: 'Set to Pop' (East Side Digital Records, 1994)

In 1994, Bill Lloyd recorded his first proper solo album, 'Set to Pop' (East Side Digital Records, 1994), which included the following tracks:

'I Went Electric' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'This is Where I Belong' (written by Ray Davies)
'Trampoline' (written by Bill Lloyd and Greg Trooper)
'In The Line of Fire' (written by Bill Lloyd and David Surface)
'I Know What You're Thinkin' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Forget About Us' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Alright' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Man Who Knew Too Much' (written by Marshall Crenshaw and Bill Lloyd)
'Niagra Falls' (written by Fred Koller and Bill Lloyd)
'In a Perfect World' (written by Cindy Bullens and Bill Lloyd)
'S.W.A.T. Team of Love' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'A Beautiful Lie' (written by Bill Lloyd and David Surface)
'Channeling The King' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Out of The Picture' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Anything Less Than Love' (written by Bill Lloyd)



Claire Lynch
 recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Fair Shake', which was co-written with Guy Clark (Thursday 6 November 1941 - Tuesday 17 May 2016) and Radney Foster, and included the track on 'Silver & Gold' (Rounder Records, 1997).

Beth Nielsen Chapman: 'Sand & Water' (Reprise Records, 1997)

Beth Nielsen Chapman recorded Bill Lloyd's 'All The Time in The World' (co-written with Beth Nielsen Chapman) and included the track on 'Sand & Water' (Reprise Records, 1997).


Bill Lloyd: 'Standing on The Shoulders of Giants' (Koch Records, 1999)

On Tuesday 23 March 1999, Bill Lloyd saw the release of 'Standing on The Shoulders of Giants' (Koch Records, 1999), which included the following tracks:

'Standing on The Soldiers of Giants' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Cool & Gone' (written by Bill Lloyd and David Surface)
'Sweet Virginia' (written by Bill DeMain and Bill Lloyd)
'Dr. Roberts' Second Opinion' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Holding Back The Waterfall' (written by Marshall Crenshaw and Bill Lloyd)
'(Who You Gonna) Run to Now' (written by Bill Lloyd and Jon Walmsley)
'Complaints' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Don't Kid Yourself' (written by Bill DeMain and Bill Lloyd)
'This is The Way' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'She Won't Be Back' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Box of Snakes' (written by Bill DeMain and Bill Lloyd)
'So You Won't Have To' (written by Bill Lloyd and Mike Noble)
Years Away From Here' (written by Pat Buchanan and Bill Lloyd)
'Turn Me on Dead Man' (written by Bill DeMain and Bill Lloyd)

Beth Nielsen Chapman: 'Deeper Still' (Artemis Records, 2002)

Beth Nielsen Chapman recorded Bill Lloyd's 'World of Hurt' (co-written with Beth Nielsen Chapman) and included the track on 'Deeper Still' (Artemis Records, 2002); the track featured guest vocals from John Hiatt.

Beth Nielsen Chapman's 'Deeper Still' (Artemis Records, 2002) featured bass work from Bill Lloyd.


Bill Lloyd: 'Back to Even' (New Boss Sounds, 2004)

On Tuesday 23 March 2004, Bill Lloyd saw the release of 'Back to Even' (New Boss Sounds, 2004), which included the following tracks:

'Back to Even' (written by Don Henry and Bill Lloyd)
'Dancing With The Past' (written by Beth Nielsen Chapman and Bill Lloyd)
'Hindon't' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Dial Nine' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Almost Taken' (written by Clive Gregson and Bill Lloyd)
'I Got It Bad' (written by Steve Allen and Bill Lloyd)

'The World is a Different Place Without You' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'For The Longest Time' (written by Peter Case, Billy Joel and Bill Lloyd)
'Kissed Your Sister' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'We Are Two' (written by Bill DeMain and Bill Lloyd)
'Me Against Me' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'The Perfect Crime' (written by Pat Buchanan and Bill Lloyd)
'A Story I Can't Tell' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Another Side' (written by Bill Lloyd and David Surface)
'Oasis' (written by Bill Lloyd)

Bill Lloyd: 'All in One Place' (Bill Lloyd Self Release, 2001)

In April 2001, Bill Lloyd saw the release of 'All in One Place' (Bill Lloyd Self Release, 2001), which included the following tracks:

'There's a Lot of Love in This Room' (written by Bill Lloyd)
/ this track was originally recorded for Big Deal Records in 1994
'Contact High' (written by Bill Lloyd and Scott Baggett) / this track was originally recorded for Not Lame Records in 1996 - 1997
'Step Inside' (written by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Graham Nash) / this track was originally recorded for Eggbert Records in 1994
'Ring Around The Moon' (written by Bill Lloyd and Dan Baird) / this track was originally recorded for Sound Asleep Records in 1996
'How Can We Go On' (written by Bill Lloyd and Jerry Dale McFadden) / this track was originally recorded for Not Lame Records in 1997
'The Shortest Distance Between Two Points' (written by Bill Lloyd and Steve Wynn) / this track was originally recorded for East Side Digital Records in 1995
'Goin' Nowhere Tonight' (written by Dave Smalley and Eric Carmen) / this track was originally recorded for Ginger Records in 1995
'Baby's Breath' (written by Bill Lloyd and Pat Buchanan) / this track was originally recorded for inclusion on a free CD, which was issued with Pop Culture Press Magazine in 1998
'Let Her Dance' (written by Bobby Fuller) / this track was originally recorded for No.9 Records in 1999
'Work in Progress' (written by Bill Lloyd and Steve Allen) / this track was originally recorded for Sound Asleep Records in 1998
'The Lottery Song', which was written by Harry Nilsson (Sunday 15 June 1941 - Saturday 15 January 1994) / this track was originally recorded for BMG / Music Masters in 1995
'Anytime The Time Feels Right' (written by Bill Lloyd and Pat Terry) / this track was originally recorded for Sound Asleep Records in 1993
'Lonely You' (written by Pete Ham) / this track was originally recorded for Copper Records in 1996
'There You Are Again' (written by Bill Lloyd and Evan Lowenstein) / this track was originally recorded for Lazy Cat Records in 1999
'I Don't Want to Tie You Down' (written by Todd Rundgren)



Keith Anderson recorded Bill Lloyd's 'Crazy Over You' (co-written with Radney Foster) and included the track on 'C'Mon' (Columbia Records, 2008); the track featured guest vocals from Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd.



In December 2010, Bill Lloyd rejoined Radney Foster, as Foster & Lloyd, and they saw the release of 'It's Already Tomorrow' ('Effin 'Ell Records, 2011), which included the following tracks:

'It's Already Tomorrow' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'That's What She Said' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'If It Hadn't Been For You' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Lucky Number' (written by Tom Petersson)
'Picasso's Mandolin', which was written by Guy Clark (Thursday 6 November 1941 - Tuesday 17 May 2016)
'Hiding Out' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Just This Once' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Something 'Bout Forever' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Can't Make Love Make Sense' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Hold That Thought' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Don't Throw It Away' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'Watch Your Movie' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)
'When I Finally Let You Go' (written by Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd)

Bill Lloyd: 'Horizontal Hold' (Bill Lloyd Self Release, 2005) (download only)

In October 2005, Bill Lloyd saw the release of 'Horizontal Hold' (Bill Lloyd Self Release, 2005), which was available as a download only, and included the following tracks:

'That’s The Way Love Goes' (written by Bill Lloyd and Lisa Drew)
'Down The Road' (written by Bill Lloyd and Billy Burnette)
'Blue Radio' (written by Bill Lloyd and Pat Buchanan)
'One Last Look' (written by Bill Lloyd and Monte Warden)
'Whole 'Nother Thing' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'A Brand New Way to Say I Love You' (written by Bill Lloyd and Tammy Rogers)
'Horizontal Hold' (written by Bill Lloyd and Monte Warden)
'World of Hurt' (written by Bill Lloyd and Beth Nielsen Chapman)
'I Had It Right The First Time' (written by Bill Lloyd and Todd Cerney)
'What I’d Like to Believe' (written by Bill Lloyd and Pat Buchanan)
'I Can’t Tell My Heart What to Do' (written by Bill Lloyd and Monte Warden)
'Precious Time' (written by Bill Lloyd)
'Later Than You Think' (written by Bill Lloyd and John Cowan)
'Safe to Say I’m Gone' (written by Bill Lloyd)

Bill Lloyd's 'Horizontal Hold' (Bill Lloyd Self Release, 2005) included tracks which were recorded between 1989 and 1999 in Nashville.Bill Lloyd

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