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Posted 17 February 2023

Northern Songs: Leo Sayer Sings The Beatles (Signed Print Vinyl Edition) Limited Edition Double vinyl £14.40 @ Amazon

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  1. bobbymartini's avatar
    I can honestly say this is one of the worst albums I've ever heard.
    nostoneunturned's avatar
    The Beatles sing Leo Sayer isn't any better.
  2. kencol's avatar
    Love the Beatles. Pretty poor reviews, an excerpt from one:

    '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.'

    Says it all for me.
    john_n3MU's avatar
    'Love the Beatles. Pretty poor reviews, an excerpt from one'. Which Beatle left the poor review about themselves then? (edited)
  3. Willy_Wonka's avatar
    "Signed Print"

    Not signed ? (edited)
    rolling_stone's avatar
    It will be a legit signed picture, most new vinyl albums aren't actually signed on the album cover. I don't know if it's to do with them being shipped from overseas, almost all the vinyls I buy these days just come with a signed print
  4. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    I still have the Barron Knights album that took the mickey out of him (edited)
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    My dad had their Jesta Giggle album.

    Great then but any newbee just will not get it.
  5. dan_uk's avatar
    I just had a quick glance at the album on Spotify after reading the reviews and honestly have been in tears of laughter at some of it.

    Eleanor Rigby is a strange skit on the lyrics of ER with an instrumental cover of Billie Jean as the backing track.

    Across the Universe sees Leo singing like he’s straining on the bog after a night out on the curries and Carlsbergs.

    And if that wasn’t weird enough, on Here Comes the Sun, he’s adopted a vocal tone that can only be described as “Elton John in the club style”.

    I’m a person who thinks practically all music has some merit and at least in recording this album Leo has enabled some session musicians to get some work but that is quite literally the only redeeming feature I can drag from this sorry mess. I’m surprised everyone involved didn’t drop dead at the conclusion of its recording
  6. M_z's avatar
    "Double LP with signed print 1000 copies only" are there really that many Leo Sayer fans?
  7. MikeyTree's avatar
    Please, please i want to un-hear. £15 torture implement
  8. JimboParrot's avatar
    I loved Leo Sayer 'back in the day'!
  9. nostoneunturned's avatar
    Love the cover...Leo does Neo
  10. john_n3MU's avatar
    The show must go on......good career move, Leo.
  11. john_n3MU's avatar
    And it doesn't really matter what chords I play
    What words I say or time of day it is
    As it's only a northern song...........................Yes, Lads, you have passed the audition.............
  12. ahmisterbond's avatar
    Just had a listen in Spotify. It's not awful, but it is very odd. As dan_uk says, the billy Jean / Eleanor rigby is a strange mix. But it does work.

    I can't imagine reaching for it again though.
    john_n3MU's avatar
    well done Leo - you try to make a Beatle song yours.......Like it...........
  13. mac1611's avatar
    This album is painfully awful he murders all the songs ,you have been warned
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