Billy Ocean – ‘Here You Are: The Best Of’
March 16, 2016
Billy Ocean is set to return on April 29th with ‘Here You Are: The Best Of’. The album is a 2CD unique collection celebrating his long and illustrious career, which has seen him become a Grammy award winner with worldwide sales of over 30 million. In the 70s and 80s he hit number one spots across three continents, counting no fewer than six UK top 10 singles.
Disc one of ‘Here You Are’ features a personally curated selection of tracks covered by the man himself, chosen for their influence on him both musically and in his personal life. Billy lends his soulful voice to such classics such as ‘No Woman No Cry’, ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ and ‘High Tide Low Tide’ among many other exemplary interpretations.
The package also includes a special best of bonus disc, encompassing a collection of Billy Ocean’s biggest genre-defining tracks such as the timeless ‘Caribbean Queen’, ‘When The Going Gets Tough’, ‘Get Outta My Dreams’ and the beautiful ‘Suddenly’. The new album is available to buy on Amazon and iTunes now.
If you can’t wait for the release of ‘Here You Are’ listen to all of Billy’s hits on Spotify!
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