Brian Eno Co-Writes With Jason Donovan!

The producer helps out with former soapstar's comeback album

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Brian Eno, who has just collaborated with Dido and Coldplay (including a track with Kylie Minogue) has co-written a track with Jason Donovan for the actor’s first album ‘Let It Be Me’ in fifteen years.

Donovan, who is set to star in the stage version of Priscilla Queen of the Desert in London next year, is releasing an album inspired by the 50s and 60s classics as well as a couple of newly wriiten tracks.

Covers include “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” and “Blue Velvet.”

Eno has co-written a track called “Nobody But Me” which will only be available as part of the iTunes version of the album.

Let It Be Me is released on Decca records on November 10.

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