Barry Blue – Out of the Blue (50 Years of Discovery) (2021) [FLAC 24bit/44,1kHz]

Barry Blue – Out of the Blue (50 Years of Discovery) (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 03:41:02 minutes | 2,42 GB | Genre: Rock
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This limited edition comes with an exclusive signed print. One of the UK’s best-selling all-round talents, as a songwriter, producer and glam rock pop Star! As a songwriter, producer and glam rock pop Star, Barry Blue has sold more than 45 million Records, had approx. 50 worldwide hits and has registered more than half-a-billion streams! Barry has written for artists as diverse as Diana Ross, celine Dion and Andrea bocelli…To the Saturdays, pixie lott, Philip Bailey, five Star and bananarama. He produced the early classic Heat wave albums, including multi-million selling U.S. Hits such as ‘boogie nights’, ‘the groove line and ‘always and Forever’ Which have become modern classics. ‘Out of the blue – 50 years of discovery’ Focuses not just on Barry blue’s songwriting but on him as a recording artist, who has transcended the decades, keeping relevant in those times, with each CD being themed. ‘Out of the blue…’ celebrates 50 years since the release of his debut single ‘together’, which is included on this set, alongside all of his UK hits, ‘dancing’ (On a Saturday night)’, ‘do you wanna dance’, ‘school love’, ‘miss hit and run’ And ‘Hot shot’. Also included are album tracks, non-album b-sides and his 2020 album ‘Boy in the Moon’. The album features his songs that have been recorded by other artists, including ‘escaping’ Which was a #3 hit for Dina carroll. To finish the set, CD4 contains a podcast interview from 2020, which also tells of an incredible ‘nearly’ Story; I.E. The one who got away! To make this anniversary release even more special, Barry has opened-up his archive to allow 14 completed but unreleased recordings, be available for this set. These tracks were recorded between 1973 and 1990 and include his later versions of co-written Lynsey de Paul’s ‘Sugar me’, and Toto coelo’s ‘I eat cannibals’. Other great songs have been unearthed which include new wave, ballads, pop, soul and dance as he became an in-demand writer for young artists. This is the first time that such a comprehensive set of his own recordings has been released.


01. Barry Blue – Dancin’ (On a Saturday Night)
02. Barry Blue – Ooh I Do
03. Barry Blue – Do You Wanna Dance?
04. Barry Blue – Tip of My Tongue
05. Barry Blue – School Love
06. Barry Blue – Rosetta Stone
07. Barry Blue – Miss Hit and Run
08. Barry Blue – Hi-Cool Woman
09. Barry Blue – Hot Shot
10. Barry Blue – Behind My Eyes
11. Barry Blue – Don’t Wanna Be Blue
12. Barry Blue – Devil’s Gun
13. Barry Blue – You Make Me Happy When I’m Blue
14. Barry Blue – Mona
15. Barry Blue – Hobo Man
16. Barry Blue – Kalamazoo!
17. Barry Blue – When Winter Kept Us Warm
18. Barry Blue – Pay at the Gate
19. Barry Blue – Queen of Hearts
20. Barry Blue – One Way Ticket (To the Blues)
21. Barry Blue – Sugar Me
22. Barry Blue – A Trick of the Light
23. Barry Green – Together
24. Barry Blue – Love Sick
25. Barry Blue – I Eat Cannibals
26. Barry Blue – Action Man
27. Barry Blue – Bring out the Woman
28. Barry Blue – Seriously
29. Barry Blue – Nights Are Colder
30. Barry Blue – Sleeping Blue Nights
31. Barry Blue – Makin’ It
32. Barry Blue – Daddy’s Arms
33. Barry Blue – Cool-De-Jack
34. Barry Blue – Eye to Eye
35. Barry Blue – Lifejacket Around Your Heart
36. Barry Blue – Don’t Ever Love a Stranger
37. Barry Blue – Ex-Rated
38. Barry Blue – Back to the Wall
39. Barry Blue – Magic Tonight
40. Barry Blue – Dancin’ (On a Saturday Night) ’89
41. Barry Blue – Crying over Nothing
42. Barry Blue – Boy in the Moon
43. Barry Blue – Crime to Be Cool
44. Barry Blue – Escaping
45. Barry Blue – Call My Name
46. Barry Blue – No Time to Be Hurt
47. Barry Blue – Lost for Words
48. Barry Blue – Delicate Beauty
49. Barry Blue – Don’t Think We’re in Kansas (Anymore)
50. Barry Blue – Worlds Apart
51. Barry Blue – Podcast Including 4 Audio Clips: Do You Wanna Dance / Call My Name / Crime to Be Cool / Dancin’ (On a Saturday Night)’ [Acoustic]