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Leo Sayer / The Hollywood Years

3LP clear vinyl • Signed print • Curated by Leo

Demon Music’s Leo Sayer vinyl box sets continue with the appropriately named The Hollywood Years, a 3LP vinyl collection that comprises Sayer’s three Richard Perry produced albums from the mid-to-late seventies.

The albums in question are Endless Flight (1976), Thunder In My Heart (1977) and Leo Sayer (1978). This period saw Leo at his commercial peak and working with top musicians like Jeff Porcaro, Ray Parker Jnr, Waddy Wachtel and even a certain Lindsey Buckingham (who plays on ‘Something Fine’ on the Leo Sayer album). He scored consecutive US number one singles in ‘You Make Me Feel Like Dancing’ and ‘When I Need You’.

The records in the set are pressed on CLEAR vinyl and it comes with a signed photo of Leo Sayer. The Hollywood Years will be released on 1 March 2019.

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Leo Sayer

The Hollywood Years 1976-1978 [VINYL]

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LP 1 – Endless Flight

1. Hold On To My Love
2. You Make Me Feel Like Dancing
3. Reflections
4. When I Need You
5. No Business Like Love Business
6. I Hear The Laughter
7. Magdalena
8. How Much Love
9. I Think We Fell In Love Too Fast
10. Endless Flight

LP 2 – Thunder In My Heart

1. Thunder In My Heart
2. Easy To Love
3. Leave Well Enough Alone
4. I Want You Back
5. It’s Over
6. Fool For Your Love
7. World Keeps On Turning
8. There Isn’t Anything I Wouldn’t Do
9. Everything I’ve Got
10. We Can Start All Over Again

LP 3 – Leo Sayer

1. Stormy Weather
2. Dancing The Night Away
3. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Though I Try)
4. La Booga Rooga
5. Raining In My Heart
6. Something Fine
7. Running To My Freedom
8. Frankie Lee
9. Don’t Look Away
10. No Looking Back

5 responses to Leo Sayer / The Hollywood Years

  1. Mike Williams says:

    Would anybody know if the version of “When I Need You” is the original 1st album version without the saxophone? Once they added the saxophone mix for the single release, the album was re-released with the sax version instead of the original electric-piano only version. I like both versions, but the earlier version is harder to find…

  2. AndyB says:

    I always thought that Leo kind of looked like Richard Simmons on the cover of Endless Flight.

  3. Michael says:

    I’m assuming this will come to CD? Endless Flight is a fantastic album.

    • Jerry says:

      These albums can already be obtained on compact disc Michael in a few formats. They form the complete album collection, and also can be purchased individually besides!

  4. Nelson Lee says:

    Won’t be buying this but looking forward to seeing him live at the palace theatre westcliff on sea in May !!

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