Have You Ever Been in Love is the tenth studio album by recording artist Leo Sayer. It was originally released in November 1983 by Chrysalis (UK), and Warner Bros. (US) as the follow-up to his ninth album World Radio (1982). It was co-produced by the Grammy Award-winning Arif Mardin, in association with Alan Tarney, and Christopher Neil producing the other tracks. Sayer is credited as co-writer on the tracks "Don't Wait Until Tomorrow", and "Orchard Road".
The album reached #15 on the UK Albums Chart., making it (including the greatest hits compilation album, The Very Best of Leo Sayer) his eleventh successive Top 50 chart entry in the UK Albums Chart, in a period of a little over nine years. The album spawned three singles which all reached the top sixty on the UK Singles Chart, including "Orchard Road", which would become one of Sayer's most popular songs, this would also become the last Sayer single to make the Top 20.
Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes.
- Producers: Arif Mardin, Alan Tarney, Christopher Neil
||Peak chart positions
|"Till You Come Back to Me"
||"Sea of Heartbreak"
Peter Cetera covers the title song "Have You Ever Been In Love" on his CD "World Falling Down". Westlife covered the title track in 2006 for their album The Love Album.
- ^ "Leo Sayer: Artist". Official Charts. Retrieved 30 December 2011.
- ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 483. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
- ^ The Fugitive liner notes. Charisma Records. 1983.
- ^ Leo Sayer chart positions in Australia: