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Customer Reviews

40 amazing live tracks for under £10?!

What are you waiting for?

Dermot's previous Saturday Sessions album is still one of my most-played. This is more of the same, a fantastic eclectic mix of covers and stripped-down live performances. Suitable for chilling-out to or for a nice long drive - there's something here for everyone.

Special mentions have to go to the Divine Comedy cover of MGMT's Time To Pretend, as well as Elbow's stonking 'Grounds for Divorce'.

Amazing value and brilliant bands!

I have a serious problem - i simply cannot choose my favourite track on this album. Some amazing covers and with all the artists singing live and raw really makes me realise how talented they are....

Who would have thought anyone covering the legends like Beatles, MJ and Elvis could make those tracks sound so brilliant! Great value too! A must-buy! Lots of exclamation marks!


So excited to see this in the itunes store today! I would have paid £10 just to own Imogen Heap's amazing version of thriller....but love all the others too. Listen to Dermot every week as he plays such a great eclectic mix. Fabulous album....don't hesitate to buy it, you won't be disappointed!

Dermot O'Leary Presents the Saturday Sessions
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  • £10.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 24 September 2010

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