The Golden Hour
Past, Present and Future Our Tune
First to Last: From street busker to the ultimate acclaim of being chosen for Simon Bates ' Hit File Spot, LEO SAYER has travelled a long, successful road. Listen each day this week to a different Sayer song.
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Producer CHRIS RILEY
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