Sequel (album)

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Sequel
Studio album by Harry Chapin
Released 1980
Recorded 1980
Genre Singer-songwriter
Label Boardwalk
Producer Howard Albert
Ron Albert
Harry Chapin chronology
Legends of the Lost and Found
(1979)
Sequel
(1980)
The Last Protest Singer
(1987)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Sequel is the ninth studio album by the American singer/songwriter Harry Chapin, released in 1981 (see 1981 in music). It was the last complete album released during Harry's lifetime. A tenth studio album, The Last Protest Singer, made up of material he was working on at the time of his death, was released about seven years after he died.

The title song "Sequel" reports further events in the lives of Harry and Sue, the characters in Chapin's hit song "Taxi" and peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (the original went to #24). A follow-up single, "Story of a Life", failed to chart, but is historic as is was Chapin's final 45.

The album was later rereleased under the title Remember When the Music with the addition of two previously unreleased. It was rereleased with only the original ten tracks as Storyteller in 1999.[2] It was also remastered in 2001 with four additional tracks.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sequel" (Chapin) - 6:40
  2. "I Miss America" - 5:19
  3. "Story of a Life" (Chapin) - 5:24
  4. "Remember When the Music" (Chapin) - 3:56
  5. "Up on the Shelf" - 3:58
  6. "Salt and Pepper" - 4:12
  7. "God Babe, You've Been Good for Me" (Chapin) - 3:22
  8. "Northwest 222" - 3:47
  9. "I Finally Found It Sandy" - 4:42
  10. "Remember When the Music (Reprise)" (Chapin) - 3:59
  11. "Sequel (Album Version, Gehman Mix)" - 8:30 *
  12. "Remember When the Music (Extended Version)" - 4:19 *
  13. "Story of a Life (Alternate Version)" - 5:38 *
  14. "Sequel (Alternate Mix)" - 6:34 *
  • Tracks 11 - 14 are bonus tracks on the 2001 remastered edition

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sequel (album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Harry Chapin Carpenter/Storyteller". Amazon. Retrieved 30 June 2012.