|The Hungry Years|
The Hungry Years is an album by Neil Sedaka, the title of which also refers to the title song of the album.
TheHungry Years as a song must rate as one of the best popular songs of all time.
It was released on the Rocket Records label in 1975.
The album is the American edition of Overnight Success, with two songs being replaced.
"Bad Blood", a duet with Elton John, hit No.1 on the Billboard Singles Chart, while his remake of "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" reached No.8 in December, 1975.
"The Queen of 1964", from his British-released Overnight Success album, reached #5 in the UK in March 1975.
"Crossroads" (Neil Sedaka/Phil Cody)
"Lonely Night (Angel Face)" (Sedaka)
"Stephen" (Sedaka/Howard Greenfield)
"Bad Blood" (Sedaka/Cody) (duet with Elton John)
"Your Favorite Entertainer" (Sedaka/Cody)
"Baby Blue" (Sedaka/Greenfield)
"Tit for Tat" (Sedaka/Greenfield)
"New York City Blues" (Sedaka/Cody)
"When You Were Lovin' Me" (Sedaka/Cody)
"The Hungry Years" (Sedaka/Greenfield)
"Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" (Sedaka/Greenfield) (slow version)
"Hey Mister Sunshine" (Dara Sedaka)
"The Queen Of 1964"* (Sedaka/Greenfield)
"Betty Grable" (Sedaka/Greenfield)
"Goodman Goodbye"** (Sedaka/Cody)