Barry Mason
Barry Mason and Leapy Lee joined Vince with Eric in the Altea studios to
discuss aspects of Barry's glittering career. Barry and Leapy have been
close friends for many years and Barry gave Leapy his name......
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One of the world’s leading songwriters, the artists performing his songs
include: Tom Jones, Rod Stewart, Barbara Streisand, The Drifters,
Englebert Humperdink, Charles Aznavour, Des O’Connor and Elvis
Presley. The recipient of 5 Ivor Novellos Award, 13 ASCAP and BMI
awards from the USA.

His multi-platinum hits have sold over 60 million records worldwide…and
still counting. His classics include Delilah, The Last Waltz, Love Grows
(Where My Rosemary Goes), There Goes My First Love, Love Is All, Les
Bicyclette de Belsize, I Pretend and the beautiful Irish ballad, ‘1,2,3 O’
Leary’. Currently his songs are featured on the No1 album by Tony
Christie. Accompanied by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and his
band of today’s finest contemporary musicians, Barry lays bare his soul on
his brand new album, In My Lovers Eyes.

A collection of his personal favourites co-written with some of the
songwriting legends of the world. His heartfelt journey takes us from the
simply beautiful title track, In My Lovers Eyes, the epitome of classic
songwriting, crafted with France’s greatest jazz composer, Michel Legrand
to the hypnotically sexy, One and Only. Man and Wife, a soulful slice of
latin jazz to the sultry ballad If There Is No You; and as only the writer can,
he breathes truth in every word in the definative performance of his own
timeless lovesong, The Last Waltz.

Over the years Barry’s one-man show, ‘Remember Delilah’, has raised
millions for charity and graced some of the worlds leading venue’s. In July
of this year, accompanied by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, he
will take centre stage at the historic Municipal Hall, as he headlines the
Prague Proms 2005. Together with his guest-stars Barry will tell the stories
behind his million sellers and share the rock’n’roll tales of his life.