Leo Sayer Endless Flight on Limited Edition 180g Import LP
Known the world over for his army of transatlantic hits, British music legend Leo Sayer experienced his first chart success in 1973 with the songwriting of Roger Daltrey's first solo album, Daltrey and lead single "Giving It All Away." Leo followed this up with his 1974 solo debut Silverbird and the auspicious single "The Show Must Go On." His second album Just A Boy was released a year later and produced the international hits "One Man Band," "Long Tall Glasses" and "Train." In 1975 third album Moonlighting continued the trend, and then Leo hit the big time with 1976's platinum selling Endless Flight, which was produced by Richard Perry and yielded two international No. 1 hits including the Grammy winning "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" and the romantic ballad "When I Need You."