Track One from Innermission, the B.E. Taylor Group's debut album.
1982: "Never Hold Back."
As for the rest of the album, it's available here.
And his chart hit: with the official video seen on MTV, when the channel was still new.
1984: "Vitamin L." # 66 on Billboard's Hot 100.
Scott Mervis's obituary says the rest.
Taylor is a quintessential Pittsburgh performer, his following so passionate and loyal it brought him an audience he respected and admired as much as they admired him, that his mark in the Pittsburgh musical pantheon will last along with others who've gone before, not to be forgotten. In the end, the kid from Aliquippa became as enduring a part of Pittsburgh culture as (to name a few) Porky, Erroll Garner, Chuck Noll, Bill Burns, Phyllis Hyman, Bob Prince, and yes, Chilly Billy.