LEO SAYER - AT HIS VERY BEST, album released March 2006.
Encoded 192Kbps [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
Leo Sayer [born Gerard Sayer] had a string of highly polished mainstream pop hits in the late '70s. Sayer began his musical career as the leader of the London-based Terraplane Blues Band in the late '60s. He formed Patches with drummer Dave Courtney in 1971; Courtney used to play with British pop star Adam Faith. Faith was beginning a management career in the early '70s, so Courtney brought Patches to his former employer in hopes of securing a contract. Patches failed to impress Faith, yet he liked Sayer and chose to promote him as a solo artist. Sayer began recording some solo material written with David Courtney at Roger Daltrey's studio; the Who's lead singer liked the Sayer/Courtney originals enough to record a handful himself, including the hit "Giving It All Away." Sayer's debut single, "Why Is Everybody Going Home," failed to make any impact, yet 1973's "The Show Must Go On" hit number one in the U.K.; a cover by Three Dog Night stopped Sayer's version from charting in the U.S. The following year he released his first album, Silver Bird. Sayer began the '80s with the American number two hit, "More Than I Can Say," yet it was his last big single in the U.S. His last chart entry in America was the early 1981 hit "Living in a Fantasy"; the U.K. hits didn't stop until 1983, after "Till You Come Back to Me" scraped the charts.
This album is a showcase of Leo Sayer 'At His Very Best'. A pop sensation that has been making hit records for over three decades, Leo Sayer's inimitable style has won him legions of fans, and all of his biggest hits are featured here. Includes the tracks 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancing' and the mighty 'Thunder In My Heart Again' a remix by Meck, which features Leo Sayer, originally released back in 1977, the yester-year classic gets the housed up treatment for 2006. This track [also released as a single] features a very heavy dose of storming filtered disco beats with plenty of bouncy grooves.
Leo now returns to the top of the UK charts with the Meck remix of his 1977 track 'Thunder In My Heart Again'.
01 Thunder In My Heart
02 The Show Must Go On
03 One Man Band
04 Long Tall Glasses
05 Giving It All Away
07 You Make Me Feel Like Dancing
08 When I Need You
09 How Much Love
10 Easy To Love
11 I Can't Stop Loving You
12 Dancing The Night Away
13 Raining In My Heart
14 More Than I Can Say
15 Living In A Fantasy
16 Have You Ever Been In Love
17 Heart [Stop Beating In Time]
18 Orchard Road
20 Thunder In My Heart Again [Meck Ft Leo Sayer]
THE VIDEOS [mpeg SkidVid]
TV rips, edited, logos removed and encoded 352 x 288 mpeg.
Leo Sayer - More Than I Can Say 
Leo Sayer - When I Need You 
Leo Sayer - You Make Me Feel Like Dancing 
Meck Feat Leo Sayer- Thunder In My Heart 
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