Sailor was an English music-hall pop band from London that released five albums on Epic between 1974 and 1978. Rupert Holmes produced their 1975 second album Trouble, which spawned the UK hits “Glass of Champagne” and “Girls, Girls, Girls.” After the departure of singer–guitarist Georg Kajanus, a revamped Sailor linked with onetime Chicago producer James […]

Kajanus & Pickett

Kajanus & Pickett were the rustic-folk/rock duo of Norwegian-born singer/guitarist Georg Kajanus and English keyboardist Phil Pickett. After releasing the album Hi Ho Silver! on Signpost/MCA in 1972, the pair formed half of the music-hall/pop band Sailor, which released five albums on Epic between 1974 and 1978. Kajanus first emerged in multinational folk-rockers Eclection, which […]

Sailor ‎– Trouble (1975)

Trouble is the second album by English vaudevillian-pop band Sailor, co-produced by Rupert Holmes and released in 1975 on Epic. Tracklist: A1. “Girls, Girls, Girls” (3:02) A2. “Trouble in Hong Kong” (3:07 A3. “People in Love” (3:29) A4. “Coconut” (2:24) A5. “Jacaranda” (2:15) B1. “A Glass of Champagne” (2:41) B2. “My Kind of Girl” (3:01) B3. […]


Eclection was a London-based multinational folk-psych band that released a self-titled album in 1968 on Elektra. Norwegian-born guitarist Georg Kajanus later emerged as the frontman of the English music-hall pop band Sailor. Members: Gerry Conway (drums), Trevor Lucas (bass, vocals, 1967-69), Georg Hultgreen [aka Georg Kajanus] (guitarist), Mike Rosen (guitar, trumpet, 1967-69), Kerilee Male (vocals, […]


Data were an English synthpop trio that released two albums on Illuminated between 1981 and 1983, followed by a third on Sire in 1985. The band was headed by Norwegian-born musician Georg Kajanus, best known as the frontman of Sailor during the mid-1970s. Members: Georg Kajanus (keyboards, vocals, guitar), Frankie Boulter (vocals), Phil Boulter (vocals) […]