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.[1] 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.

In London
Studio album by
LabelRelease Records
Johnny Logan chronology
In London
What's Another Year
Singles from In London
  1. "No, I Don't Want to Fall in Love"
    Released: 1978
  2. "Living for Love"
    Released: 1978
  3. "Angela"
    Released: 1979
  4. "In London/Sad Little Women"
    Released: June 1980

Track listing


Side A
1."In London"Shona Laing, Roberto Danova3:50
2."No I Don't Want to Fall In Love"S. Laing, R. Danova 
3."Hey Kid"S. Liang, R. Danova 
4."I Want to Go to Brazil"G. Blair, R. Danova 
5."Living for Loving"G. Blair, R. Danova 
Side B
1."Please Please Please"K. Gibson, Martyn 
2."Lonely Tonight"K. Gibson, R. Danova 
3."Man With the Accordion"S. Liang, R. Danova 
4."Sad Little Woman"S. Liang, R. Danova3:30
5."Honesty"G. Blair 
6."Angelina"L. Hurley, V. Kearney 


  1. "Biography". Johnny Logan. Retrieved 18 May 2018.
  2. "In London - by Johnny Logan". Discogs. Retrieved 18 May 2018.
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