Leslie Cheung during a 1988 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. He gave up singing in 1990 to focus on his film career, but launched a comeback to the stage in 1997. Photo: SCMP Leslie Cheung during a 1988 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. He gave up singing in 1990 to focus on his film career, but launched a comeback to the stage in 1997. Photo: SCMP
Leslie Cheung during a 1988 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. He gave up singing in 1990 to focus on his film career, but launched a comeback to the stage in 1997. Photo: SCMP
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Universal Music streams Leslie Cheung singing a Four Seasons version, previously unreleased, to mark what would have been singer-actor’s 64th birthday

  • The late Canto-pop superstar’s long-time producer Alvin Leong found Cheung’s never-before-heard version of his hit Four Seasons in his archives recently
  • It is one of 12 arrangements of Cheung songs on upcoming album Revisit. ‘Listening to Gor-Gor, I feel a lifetime has passed,’ says arranger who worked on it

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Leslie Cheung during a 1988 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. He gave up singing in 1990 to focus on his film career, but launched a comeback to the stage in 1997. Photo: SCMP Leslie Cheung during a 1988 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. He gave up singing in 1990 to focus on his film career, but launched a comeback to the stage in 1997. Photo: SCMP
Leslie Cheung during a 1988 concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. He gave up singing in 1990 to focus on his film career, but launched a comeback to the stage in 1997. Photo: SCMP
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