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Northern Songs: Leo Sayer Sings The Beatles [Limited, Signed Black
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|2||Strawberry Fields Forever|
|4||Magical Mystery Tour|
|5||Across the Universe|
|6||A Day in the Life|
|8||A Hard Day's Night|
|1||Can't Buy Me Love|
|3||Here Comes the Sun|
|4||Only a Northern Song|
|5||I Feel Fine|
|8||Eleanor Rigby #2|
Double vinyl LP pressing. This limited edition will include a print signed by Leo Sayer. 2022 marks 50 years of Leo Sayer as a recording artist. With the world gradually emerging from a two-year hiatus, Leo will be celebrating this milestone to great effect. During this period of much perceived inactivity, Leo has been extremely active, spending a lot of time recording and releasing new singles as well as collaborating on the tribute single to his friend and late-guitarist, Al Hodge, by recording Al's classic track 'Tradewinds. However, Leo also found the time to self-produce this new album; his own takes on songs written and composed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison Northern Songs is born; a 19 track 2LP collection of simply timeless songs, with a limited signed vinyl edition.
- Dimensioni prodotto : 31.5 x 31.5 x 0.5 cm; 580 grammi
- Produttore : Demon/Edsel
- Data di prima pubblicazione : 2022
- Etichetta : Demon/Edsel
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- ASIN : B09LZDGZKN
- Numero di dischi : 2
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Along with Eleanor Rigby (which he ruins twice), there are so many abominations on this album: Revolution, Get Back, A Day In The Life, Girl, A Hard Day's Night, Magical Mystery Tour, Julia, Can't Buy Me Love, Norwegian Wood, Here Comes The Sun, Only A Northern Song, Yesterday, I Feel Fine, Nowhere Man, Hey Jude; each and every brutalised song goes painfully by and you're sat, patiently, tears in your eyes, desperately resisting the urge to wedge cheese in your ears to make the torture stop, waiting for something that vaguely resembles an enjoyable piece of music, but it simply never comes. If I'm being kind, I'd say the nearest he gets to a decent and interesting cover is Across The Universe, but quite honestly it's really not worth putting up with the sheer avalanche of pure bilge for tracks that are only half decent.
Full disclosure: I bought this album primarily as a Beatles fan, rather than a fan of Mr. Sayer, and somebody who enjoys listening to and collecting different interpretations of the Beatles catalogue. I've heard hundreds of covers, but seldom have I heard such a badly conceived or executed collection of Fab Four tunes. Tackling songs that are now firm modern standards takes a little bravery but, unfortunately, doing it in such a jarring way is more folly than bravado. The sacred cow hasn't just been slaughtered, it's been made into low quality burgers topped with sugary, vinegar-laced ketchup.
I rarely write negative reviews because, generally, what's the point? You only end up upsetting fans of the artist and, in the end, it comes down to personal opinion. However, in the case of Leo Sayer's Northern Songs, people need to be warned about this album, especially Beatles fans. It stinks the place out. I'm not sure what die-hard Leo Sayer fans are going to make of this album (if indeed such people exist), but hopefully even they will be able to see this as the complete turkey it is. To surmise, this is probably the worst album I've heard for quite a few years and it's quite amazing how anybody can take these wonderful songs and produce something quite as awful.