|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Matador The Musical Story Of The Life Of El Cordobes||14||Audio||1987||Epic|
|2||Matador The Musical Story Of The Life Of El Cordobes||16||Audio||1987||Epic|
Seago moved from a career in advertising to songwriting, joining up with schoolfriend [a=Mike Leander] in 1969 to write "Early In The Morning" for "Vanity Fair".
Seago eventually ran the publishing arm of RAM [l364229], co-founded between him and Leander when the latter's career took off in the days of 'glam-rock' hit singles. He also worked with Adrian Baker on the disco act "Liquid Gold" and worked on the dance label "Champion". The man responsible for the English lyrics on cruise-ship holiday favorite '[i]Y Viva Espana[/i]'