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All You Need Is the Music

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Released  1978 (1978)
Release date  1978
Artist  Neil Sedaka
Genre  Pop music
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All You Need Is The Music (1978)  The Many Sides of Neil Sedaka (1978)
Labels  Elektra Records, Polydor Records
Similar  In the Pocket, Come See About Me, The Good Times, Live at the Royal Festival H, Neil Sedaka: The '50s

Neil sedaka all you need is the music 1978


All You Need Is The Music is a 1978 in-studio album containing the works of the American pop-singer Neil Sedaka. It was released in the US on Elektra Records, his second album for the company. Outside the United States it was released on the European-based Polydor label.

Contents

Neil sedaka all you need is the music


Side One

  1. "All You Need is The Music"
  2. "Candy Kisses"
  3. "Should've Never Let Her Go"
  4. "Sad, Sad Story"
  5. "Tillie The Twirler"

Side Two

  1. "Love Keeps Getting Stronger Every Day"
  2. "Born To Be Bad"
  3. "What a Surprise"
  4. "You Can Hear The Love"
  5. "City Boy"

45 rpm singles

The title track, "All You Need Is The Music", saw a 45 rpm release, but it did not chart. Neither did the single "Sad, Sad Story" (b/w "Love Keeps Getting Stronger Every Day" in the UK and "Tillie The Twirler" in the US).

CD Re-issue from vinyl

In 2013, a bootleg album was released on CD in selected European Union countries, from vinyl. [1]

Trivia

Two years later, Sedaka would take the song "Should've Never Let Her Go", and rework it into a duet with his daughter Dara under the title "Should've Never Let You Go" for the 1980 album In The Pocket; this duet version would be much more warmly received than the original version heard here on All You Need Is The Music.

References

All You Need Is the Music Wikipedia


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