12/2/14-Leo Sayer's new CD!

todayDecember 3, 2014


Leo SayerLeo Sayer has announced his first album of new material in six years. Sayer will release “Restless Years” in January via the Fanfare label; however, the initial release will only be in his native Australia where he became a citizen in 2009. The rest of the world will see the album throughout 2015.
All of the music on the new album was written by Sayer along with Albert Hammond on four songs and Frank Farrell on one. Playing on the album are Johnny Salerno (drums), Mitch Cairns (bass), Bill Risby (keyboards), Danny Spencer (guitars), Mark Kennedy (percussion), Ross Irwin (trumpet and flugelhorn), Paul Williams (saxophones), Keiran Conrau (trombone), and Natasha Stuart, Vika Bull and Linda Bull on backing vocals. The album was recorded at Mitch Cairns’ Melbourne studio along with 301 Studios in Sydney.
Sayer had 12 top ten songs in the U.K. and four in the U.S. over the course of his career including the chart toppers “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” and “When I Need You.” The track list for “Restless Years:”
Beautiful Year (Leo Sayer)
Competing With A DJ (Leo Sayer)
How Did We Get So Old (Leo Sayer)
Revolution Of The Heart (Leo Sayer and Albert Hammond)
Millenium Wheel (Leo Sayer)
Restless Years (Leo Sayer and Albert Hammond)
One Green World (Leo Sayer)
The Wrong Man (Leo Sayer)
Look Around (Leo Sayer and Albert Hammond)
The Radio Song (Leo Sayer)
Sometimes Things Go Wrong (Leo Sayer and Frank Farrel)
To The River (Leo Sayer and Albert Hammond)
Mister In Between (Leo Sayer)

Written by: Barry Scott

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