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Johnny Logan - Heaven album flac Performer: Johnny Logan
Title: Heaven
Released: 1984
MP3 album: 1943 mb
FLAC album: 1469 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: MP2 AA DTS MIDI DXD TTA AC3
Genre: Pop

Johnny Logan (born 13 May 1954) is an Australian-born Irish singer and composer. He is known as being the only performer to have won the Eurovision Song Contest twice, in 1980 and 1987. He also composed the winning song in 1992. Logan first won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1980, with the song "What's Another Year" written by Shay Healy. In 1984, Logan composed the song "Terminal 3" which placed second at Eurovision, performed by Linda Martin.

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Johnny Logan & Friends the Irish Connection1. Released the album Reach Out produced by Gary Stevenson Released the album The Best of Johnny Logan from Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. Recorded the duet Reunited with Dara Rolins. Johnny Logan sang the song Heaven which also was released on the album The Little Tramp The Musical produced by David Pomeranz & Mark Stevens.

In London (Johnny Logan album). In London is the debut studio album by Australian-born Irish singer and composer Johnny Logan. In 1979, Readers of the Connaught Telegraph in Ireland voted Johnny Logan as Best New Male Artist. The album was released a year before he went on to win the 1980 Eurovision Song Contest. Following that, "In London/Sad Little Women" was released internationally and charted in Germany and Belgium.

The album was released in April 2007. The album peaked at number one in Norway and Sweden.

Tracklist

A Heaven
B Hollywood

Notes

Irish print labels state "Record mfd. In Ireland"