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Leo Sayer: Endless Flight [Warner Bros., 1976]
Like his great (also greater) exemplar, Leo has abandoned all pretensions mid-career (except on the title cut). And sure enough, Warners has now broken three big singles off this album, which makes 1977 the year of Leo Sayer the way 1976 was the year of Fleetwood Mac. Not quite as gratifying, is it? My pick for number four: "I Think We Fell in Love Too Fast," a natural for the young divorcee crowd. B