20 Million album and 10 million single sales states that Leo Sayer is one of the most under-rated British song writing performers of the last 30 years.
Leo Sayer was one of the most successful UK recordings Artists in the 70s, clocking-up more than fifteen UK chart hits including ten Top 10s and a coveted Number 1 with the classic Albert Hammond/Carole Bayer-Sager-penned song, ‘When I Need You’; as well as eight US Top 40 hits, which included two Number 1 singles. He has also scored twelve Top 40 albums.
As a songwriter, amongst the many Artists he has written songs for, Leo has penned hits for Cliff Richard and co-wrote Roger Daltrey's debut solo album, which included the Top 5 hit ‘Giving It All Away’.
“Endless Journey – The Essential Leo Sayer”, is the definitive 20-track collection. It repositions Leo Sayer and reinforces the fact that he is an all-round Artist - a Singer, a Songwriter and a Producer - and showcases all of his talents.
The album also features the exclusive bonus track - ‘The Loading Zone’ – which was recorded at the sessions for Leo’s studio album to be released in 2005.
Leo’s songs have also been popular with film and TV commercial producers. ‘You Make Me Feel Like Dancing’ was featured in “Charlies Angels” and was heavily featured in trailers for the Pathe film “Bride and Prejudice” - a film from the makers of “Bend It Like Beckham” - based on Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”.