If Everyone Was Listening... is Michael Ballís 19th studio album.
Having chosen 15 of his favourite songs in the spirit of his Sunday night show on Radio 2, Michael set about arranging and recording them and this, his most personal album to date, is the spectacular result.
Spanning the last 40 years, the album is a mix of old and new, classic and contemporary, with a couple of surprises thrown in. Kicking off with Michaelís sassy rendition of Bad Things, the theme to the TV show, True Blood, it features songs by some of his other favourite current artists including Alison Krauss (Simple Love), Jason Mraz (I Wonít Give Up) and Jake Owen (What We Ainít Got). Michael also reworks tracks that he loved while he was growing up: Bob Segerís Still The Same and the Everly Brothersí Let It Be Me which Michael recorded with vocal group The Overtones.
Other tracks include the evergreen You Needed Me, made famous by Anne Murray, Sarah McLachlanís stunning Angel and of course the rousing title track If Everyone Was Listening by Supertramp.
The full Track Listing is as follows:-
Click here for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the TV ad for this stunning album. Shot on location in a beautiful old convent on the River Thames in West London, the film shows Michael performing songs from the album including John Martynís May You Never and the new single What We Ainít Got, against the backdrop of his recording of Supertrampís sublime If Everyone Was Listening, the albumís title track.
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