Overnight Success (Neil Sedaka album)
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|Studio album by Neil Sedaka|
|Producer||Robert Appère, Neil Sedaka|
|Neil Sedaka chronology|
Overnight Success is a 1975 studio album containing the works of Neil Sedaka. It was released in the UK and throughout Europe and Australia on the Polydor label. Later that same year, in the US, most of this album was issued under the title The Hungry Years, with two songs from the British album replaced on the American album.
- "Crossroads" 3:28
- "Lonely Night/Angel Face" 3:19
- "Stephen" 4:23
- "Bad Blood" (Neil Sedaka, Phil Cody) 3:09
- "Goodman Goodbye" *
- "Baby Blue" 3:32
(On the US album The Hungry Years, "Goodman Goodbye" was replaced with "Your Favorite Entertainer", which is 3:32 in length.)
- "The Queen of 1964"* 3:57
- "New York City Blues" 4:22
- "When You Were Lovin' Me" 4:35
- "The Hungry Years" 4:08
- "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" (Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka) (ballad version) 3:21
(On the US album The Hungry Years, "The Queen of 1964" is replaced with "Tit for Tat")
All the tracks from the British album were included in the Varese Serebande 1998 re-issue of the American album The Hungry Years; hence, although the re-issue contains the track listing of the American album, the British songs "Goodman Goodbye" and "The Queen Of 1964" were included as two of the four bonus tracks.
See also The Hungry Years
In April 2012, the album Overnight Success was re-issued by BGO Records in combination with the album The Tra-La Days Are Over on CD.