All The Best CD (2006)

Artist: Leo Sayer

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Product Overview

Specifications

Label Msi Music
SKU 203952661
UPC 706301683521
UPC 14 00706301683521
Format CD
Release Date 12/31/2006
Links
Author Leo Sayer
Compilation Appearance Straight From The Heart
Compilation Appearance Revolutions In Sound:warner Bros. Rec
Compilation Appearance Easy 80S
Compilation Appearance Awesome 80's Hits:15 Original Hits Of
Compilation Appearance Far Out 70's Hits:15 Original Hits Of
Compilation Appearance Far Out 70s Romance
Compilation Appearance Pop Goes The 70s
Compilation Appearance Hot Potatoes The Best Of The Wiggles
Compilation Appearance Keep Calm And Salute The Beatles
Associated Artist/Work Meck
Technical Info
CatalogID 0630168352
Lable Name Warner Bros.
Released 12/02/2003
Original Release 1993
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00706301683521
Musical Guests
Lindsey Buckingham
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel includes: Leo Sayer, Lindsey Buckingham.
Producers: Adam Faith, David Courtney, Arif Mardin, Russ Ballard, Alan Tarney, Richard Perry.
Includes liner notes by Leo Sayer.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
All the Best certainly lives up to its title, offering 17 of Leo Sayer's most popular pop efforts, including each of his Top 40 singles. Beginning with "The Show Must Go On," a frolicking vaudeville-type number with Russ Ballard playing banjo and a number four hit for Three Dog Night, the set entertainingly works its way through the years to reveal Sayer's adeptness at singing ballads and his overly effective pop melodramatics. The disco-flavored "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" was a number one hit for him in 1976, followed by the syrupy "When I Need You," which accomplished the same feat only four months later. Both singles came from Endless Flight, a platinum seller that also yielded a minor hit with "How Much Love," and would prove to be Sayer's strongest album. "One Man Band" is one of this set's finer points as well, covered more enthusiastically by Roger Daltrey on his 1973 Daltrey album, as was "Giving It All Away." The number two charted cover and number one adult contemporary hit of Bobby Vee's "More Than I Can Say" stands as one of Sayer's best-sung tunes, and introduced him into a new decade. His early-'80s material, represented by "Living in a Fantasy" (his last Top 40 single), "Have You Ever Been in Love," and the solidly written "Orchard Road," reveals a more mature-sounding side to Sayer but is still anything but unappealing. Out of the numerous compilations that have been released from Leo Sayer, All the Best covers the most entertaining ground. ~ Mike DeGagne
Professional Reviews
Q (4/93, p.101) - 3 Stars - Good - "...a masterful songwriter and singer who efficiently changed styles with the music around him....an enjoyable collection..."
Disc 1
1 When I Need You
2 Show Must Go On, The
3 One Man Band
4 Long Tall Glasses
5 Moonlighting
6 You Make Me Feel Like Dancing
7 How Much Love
8 Thunder in My Heart
9 I Can't Stop Loving You (Though I Try)
10 Raining in My Heart
11 More Than I Can Say
12 Have You Ever Been in Love?
13 Heart (Stop Beating in Time)
14 Orchard Road
15 Living in a Fantasy
16 Giving It All Away
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