Hello Sailor

Hello Sailor was a New Zealander rock band that released the 1977–78 albums Hello Sailor and Pacifica Amour on Key Records and scored national hits with “Gutter Back” and “Blue Lady.” They regrouped for the 1986 Zulu Records release Shipshape and Bristol Fashion. Members: Graham Brazier (vocals, saxophone, harmonica, guitar), Harry Lyon (guitar, vocals), Dave […]


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 […]


Sailor were an American rustic-rock band from Indianapolis that released a self-titled album on local-press 700 West in 1976. Members: Jim Arnold (vocals, bass), Jim Dicks (vocals, drums, percussion, bass), Penny Hooker (vocals, keyboards), Norman Knight (vocals, guitar), Dan Vincent (vocals, guitar) Discography: Sailor (1976)

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. […]