Neil Sedaka On Stage
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|Neil Sedaka On Stage|
|Live album by Neil Sedaka|
Neil Sedaka On Stage is a 1974 live-in-concert album recorded by Neil Sedaka during one of his tours to Sydney, Australia. The concert itself took place in 1971, though it was not released for another three years. The album contains mostly cover versions of rock and pop standards from previous decades. It was released on the RCA International label in the United Kingdom.
- Side One
- (1) "Sugar Sugar"
- (2) "Everything Is Beautiful"
- (3) MEDLEY
- (4) MEDLEY
- (5) "The Father of Girls"
- (6) "Polonaise In A-Flat" by Chopin
- Side Two
- (7) "Proud Mary"
- (8) MEDLEY
- (9) "My World Keeps Getting Smaller Every Day"
- (10) "Scapriciatiello
- (11) "The History Of Rock And Roll: MEDLEY"
In Brazil, the album was released on the RCA Victor label under the title Neil Sedaka Ao Vivo
In the United States, the album was released in 1976 on the RCA Victor label, and was retitled, Sedaka Live In Australia At The South Sydney Junior Leagues Club
In Australia, the song "My World Keeps Getting Smaller Every Day" was issued on a 45 rpm single with "Everything Is Beautiful" as the B-side. The single was issued by RCA Victor in 1971, three years before the album was released in full. In the Philippines, "My World Keeps Getting Smaller Every Day" was issued with "The Father of Girls" as the B-side.
In 1994, the Italian company Fremus re-released On Stage as part of their "Rarities Compilation Series".
In 2011, Essential Pop Media made the US version, "Live In Australia", available on mp3 format on Amazon.com and on CD.