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Leo Sayer - Restless Years (2015)

12-09-2016, 19:39
Pop | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Restless Years
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Silverbird Records [SILVERBCD1]
Genre: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Total Time: 59:42
Total Size: 430 MB | 173 MB (Scans)

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine,
His first album of original material in seven years finds Leo Sayer collaborating with producer Mitch Cairns on a collection of new songs, all composed to some extent by Sayer himself. He brought in Albert Hammond, the author of "When I Need You," to co-write four songs, and those numbers are among the songs on Restless Years that have a familiar, stately, singer/songwriter pop that recall the '70s. At times, Sayer is determined to show that he knows what time it is -- he jokes about "How Did We Get So Old," then smirks that he's "Competing with a DJ" for the affection of a possible paramour (the DJ is winning) -- and there's no denying that time has lowered Sayer's voice so he now sounds a bit like Karl Wallinger of World Party, but the best moments on the album are when he indulges his affection for that lush, melodic post-McCartney pop that finds its own cleverness endearing.


01. Beautiful Year (05:42)
02. Competing With A Dj (03:18)
03. How Did We Get So Old (04:45)
04. Revolution Of The Heart (03:41)
05. Millenium Wheel (04:49)
06. Restless Years (03:13)
07. One Green World (07:04)
08. The Wrong Man (04:47)
09. Look Around (04:04)
10. The Radio Song (04:40)
11. Sometimes Things Go Wrong (04:53)
12. To The River (04:37)
13. Mister In Between (04:03)

Leo Sayer - Restless Years (2015)

Leo Sayer - Restless Years (2015)

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