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2 Oct, 2012

Neil Sedaka - I Hope He Breaks Your Heart / Too Late

You Mean Everything to Me. I Must Be Dreaming. Walk With Me. Forty Winks Away. Look to the Rainbow. We Kiss in a Shadow. Everything Happens to Me. I Found My World in You. Angel Eyes. All the Way. A Felicidade. You Took Advantage of Me. Calender Girl. The Same Old Fool. Track Listing - Disc 3. Little Devil. Another Day, Another Heartache. This Endless Night. Sweet Little You.

Don't Lead Me On. Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen. King of Clowns. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do. All the Words in the World. Next Door to an Angel. Bad Girl. Look Inside Your Heart. Richard Grossman. Waiting for Never. Let's Go Steady Again. Alice in Wonderland.

The Dreamer. Too Late. The Closest Thing to Heaven. Bart Howard. You'll Never Know. Because of You. Without a Song. I'll Be Seeing You. Track Listing - Disc 4. It Hurts to Be in Love. She'll Never Be You. Let the People Talk.

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AWIN :. Nothing Ever Changes my Love for You, A Felicidade, You Took Advantage of Me, Calendar Girl, The Same Old Fool, Disc 3 Little Devil, Another Day, another Heartache, This Endless Night , Your Heart has Changed it's Mind, Sweet Little You, Don't Lead Me On, Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen, King of Clowns, Breaking Up is Hard to Do, All the Words in the World, Next Door to an Angel, Bad Girl, Look Inside your Heart, Waiting for Never La Terza Luna , Let's Go Steady Again, Alice in Wonderland, The Dreamer, Too Late, The Closest Thing to Heaven, Fly Me to the Moon In other Words , You'll Never Know, Because of You, Without a Song, I'll Be Seeing You, Disc 4 It's Hurts to Be in Love, Let the People Talk, In The Chapel with You, The World Through a Tear, High on a Mountain Deep in a Valley , Pictures from the Post, The Answer to my Prayer, Blue Boy, Pitney took the existing musical track, replacing Sedaka's lead vocal track with his own.

Everything else was Sedaka, including his own arrangement and backing vocals, piano-playing, and usual female backup singers. Pitney ended up with a No. RCA decided not to renew his contract when it expired in , leaving Sedaka without a recording label.

Although Sedaka's stature as a recording artist was at a low ebb in the late s, he was able to maintain his career through songwriting.

On a episode of the quiz show I've Got a Secret , Sedaka's secret was that he was to represent the United States at the Tchaikovsky classical piano competition in Moscow.

Unaware of Sedaka's secret, panelist Henry Morgan challenged Sedaka with the fact that the Soviet bureaucracy had outlawed rock 'n' roll music, and that any Western music young Russians wanted had to be smuggled into the country.

Once Sedaka's secret had been revealed, he impressed the show's panelists with his performance of Frederic Chopin's " Fantaisie Impromptu ". Sedaka also made an appearance in the movie Playgirl Killer , where he performed a song called "The Waterbug". Sedaka worked to revive his solo career in the early s. Despite his waning chart appeal in the US in the late s, he remained very popular as a concert attraction, notably in the UK and Australia. In , as a guest on Australian disc jockey Bob Rogers' radio show, he thanked Rogers and Australian music fans for standing by him during that challenging time: "You know, Bob, in my lean years—I called them ' The Hungry Years '—it was Bob Rogers and Australia who welcomed me.

The song went to No. It also came in at No. It was co-produced by Festival staff producer Pat Aulton , with arrangements by John Farrar who later achieved international fame for his work with Olivia Newton-John and backing by Australian session musicians including guitarist Jimmy Doyle Ayers Rock and noted jazz musician-composer John Sangster.

This album also marked the effective end of his writing partnership with Greenfield, commemorated by the track "Our Last Song Together" later the last hit song for Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods , whose version hit No. They would reunite, however, and begin composing together again before Greenfield's death in From onward, Sedaka's records were issued in Europe and around the world on the Polydor label.

His first album of new material with Polydor was Laughter in the Rain Elton John and Sedaka met at a party in London in When John visited Sedaka at his London apartment, they discussed plans for relaunching his career in the United States. John said he had "always been a Sedaka fan anyway". So the basic plan was as simple as finding out what he wanted to have on his album — which turned out to be a compilation from his British albums.

It had been like Elvis coming up and giving us the chance to release his records. We couldn't believe our luck. Sedaka returned to the U. Sedaka was known principally as a singles artist up to that point in his career; his only other American charting album was Neil Sedaka Sings His Greatest Hits , a compilation of his early singles.

Although the single was released in the autumn of and was very slow in building in sales and at radio, eventually Sedaka found himself once again topping the Billboard Hot singles chart February 1, with " Laughter in the Rain. Sedaka agreed, on the condition he liked the song. He sent a tape of the song together with a rough translation to Sedaka, who within days returned an original lyric, co-written with Phil Cody.

The single, credited to Andersson, Ulvaeus, Anderson, Sedaka and Cody, reached number 1 in Sweden and Belgium, and charted in the top 5 in at least four other countries. Toni Tennille paid tribute to Sedaka's welcome return to music business success with her ad lib of "Sedaka is back" in the outro while she was laying down her own background vocals for the track. In late , Sedaka's most successful year of his career continued as he earned yet more chart success with the release of his second Rocket Records album, The Hungry Years.

The first single, " Bad Blood ," hit No. Elton John provided uncredited backing vocals for "Bad Blood. Welch's version, re-released at the same time, reached No. The ballad version also hit No. The first single, "Love in the Shadows," was an uncharacteristically solid rock song featuring a scorching guitar solo. While it peaked at No. The second single was the album's title track, once again featuring Elton on uncredited backing vocals.

While it cracked the Top 40 peaking at No. By this point, Elton John was starting to lose interest in Sedaka.

Members of John's inner circle, jealous of Sedaka's success, worked to undermine the friendship by telling John falsehoods about Sedaka. Consequently, when it was time to renegotiate Sedaka's contract with Rocket, John did not offer Sedaka the amount of money he was looking for, and he did not promote Steppin' Out as extensively as he had Sedaka's Back and The Hungry Years.

Sedaka subsequently left Rocket and signed with Elektra Records. Both songs arranged and conducted by Jimmy Wisner. Last appearance of a Sedaka song in the Top until the s. Arranged and conducted by Artie Butler A-side only. Reached 26 on pop charts in UK and 40 in Australia. First single to be released on Polydor label. Released in France; not released as a single in the U. Reached 15 on pop charts in UK. The U.

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  1. Neil Sedaka never gets the respect that he deserves because he's a man out of time. His heyday was in the early '60s, when rock & roll was in recession and before the Beatles came across the Atlantic and changed everything, and in a way, he epitomized the era -- he wasn't rock & roll, he was informed by it, but he was at his heart a pop tunesmith, and his best songs, whether performed by him 9/
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