Roger Hodgson: Take The Long Way Home Live In Mont

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In 1969 Roger Hodgson co-founded Supertramp, one of the greatest rock n' roll bands ever. For 14 years Hodgson was the lead singer and writer of nearly all their hits. Their album Breakfast in America sold more than 18 million albums and was the world's top- selling album in 1979. During his time in the band, they sold 60 million albums worldwide, with hits such as "Give a Little Bit", "Take The Long Way Home", "The Logical Song" and "Dreamer." Since leaving Supertramp in 1983 Hodgson has had a series of critically acclaimed solo albums and survived a major accident in the late eighties that threatened his entire career. ROGER HODGSON: TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME LIVE IN MONTREAL finds the distinctive voice of Supertramp, reviving the songs became a staple of FM and classic rock radio.
 

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