Don't Let the Music Die

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"Don't Let the Music Die"
Single by Bay City Rollers
from the album It's a Game
Released 1977
Format 7" Vinyl
Recorded 1977
Genre Rock, Pop
Length 5:47
Label Toshiba/EMI
Writer(s) Eric Faulkner, Stuart Wood
Producer(s) Harry Maslin
Bay City Rollers singles chronology
"The Way I Feel Tonight"
(1977)
"Don't Let the Music Die"
(1977)
"Where Will I Be Now"
(1978)

"Don't Let the Music Die" is a pop ballad by the Bay City Rollers from their 1977 album It's a Game. The tune, written by Eric Faulkner and Stuart Wood, and featuring a lead vocal by Les McKeown, is a slow, dramatic ballad with a heavily-orchestrated arrangement and melancholy feel. It was released as a 7" double A-side vinyl single (with "The Way I Feel Tonight") in Japan, but failed to make the charts.

Track listing[edit]

1. "Don't Let the Music Die" - 5:47
2. "The Way I Feel Tonight" - 3:56

Credits[edit]

  • Producer - Harry Maslin
  • Written By - Eric Faulkner, Stuart "Woody" Wood

Chart performance[edit]

  • Japan: (did not chart)

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