Silverbird is the debut solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Leo Sayer. It was originally released in late 1973 by Chrysalis (UK), and Warner Bros. It was co-produced by former British pop teen idol Adam Faith and David Courtney. Sayer began his career as a recording artist under the management guidance of Adam Faith, who signed Sayer to the Chrysalis label in the UK and Warner Bros
Songs in album Leo Sayer - Silverbird (1973). 1. Innocent Bystander.
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Silverbird (LP, Album, Gat). Leo Sayer - The Innocent Bystander 3:09. Leo Sayer - Goodnight Old Friend 3:01. Leo Sayer - The Dancer 5:42. Leo Sayer - Tomorrow 4:30. Leo Sayer - Slow Motion 1:55.
Leo Sayer's debut album introduced a singer/songwriter (actually he wrote just the lyrics; David Courtney did the music) of some talent, though not remarkable talent. The production screams 1973, with its mainstream pop and hard rock beds and some overlays of symphonic strings, and Sayer sometimes strongly echoes Elton John's early-'70s work, with some hints of David Bowie as well. He didn't have the monster hooks of Elton John and certainly not the quirky originality and edgy experimentalism of Bowie, but actually this is a better album than many would remember
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Thunder In My Heart + Leo Sayer. Silverbird + Just A Boy. Leo Sayer. Album To Mám Tak Ráda. He didn't have the monster hooks of Elton John and certainly not the quirky originality and edgy experimentalism of Bowie, but actually this is a better album than many would remember