Crossroads - Unknown Artist - Neil Sedaka The Hungry Years (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  • Label Variant - Side 1: Neil Sedaka on top line above The Hungry Years. Cat# & Side number are aligned nearer to the edge. Label Variant - Side 2: Neil Sedaka on top line above The Hungry Years. Cat# & Side number are aligned nearer to the edge/5(14).
  • The Hungry Years, an Album by Neil Sedaka. Released in November on Rocket (catalog no. PIG ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Soft Rock.
  • THE HUNGRY YEARS, the follow-up to SEDAKA'S BACK, is essentially a companion-piece to that highly successful album, and kept pop singer Neil Sedaka's mids comeback going strong. The main attractions of this set are Sedaka's slow, smooth update of his own '60s hit "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do," and "Bad Blood," his vibrant collaboration with /5(15).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Monarch Press Vinyl release of The Hungry Years on Discogs.
  • Since Sedaka's Back was a hit, Neil Sedaka and co-producer Graham Gouldman saw no reason to mess with success on its follow-up, The Hungry Years. The record is essentially Sedaka's Still Back, complete with the same adult contemporary/MOR material and slick production that marked its .
  • time. Neil Sedaka was a part of that. I loved the album but in the course of the years it got thrown out. So I saw this CD and had to have it. It was as I remembered back when I had the album. It has good songs with my favorite being Baby Blue. I happy I ordered the item. Once again Amazon did it's usual good job of getting me the item in a /5(47).
  • A Neil Sedaka classic and so true. I am older now and I relate even more to the lyrics now than when it was released in the '70's. Life means more if I stay 'hungry'. His voice, his playing, his creations - sigh - so wonderful and so welcomed. I believe he is one of the All-in-One Greats!/5(9).
  • A Song is an in-studio album containing the works of American pop star Neil akikuscofymdagdathis.xyzinfo was produced by George Martin and released in on the Elektra label in the US, marking the beginning of Sedaka's association with Elektra, which would run through Outside of the US, A .

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