British isles cabaret singer, composer, and BBC television host Lena Martell released many renditions of standards and country-tinged pop confections over the Pye label through the entire 1970s. Blessed in Glasgow, Scotland, Martell started singing at age 11 with her eldest brother’s music group. After his untimely loss of life, Martell made a decision to pursue a profession in music being a tribute. Her increasing popularity among the simple listening top notch allowed for the discharge of Lena’s Music Record in 1979. The record spawned lots one strike, a refined interpretation of Kris Kristofferson’s “1 DAY at the same time,” that helped start the singer’s profession. Manufacturer and bandleader George Elrick and Martell continuing to release information through the entire 1980s, including By Demand (Ronco, 1980), Gorgeous Weekend (Ronco, 1980), Like Music (Pickwick, 1988), and Emotions (Pickwick, 1991), before her pension in the first ’90s. Castle released the double-disc 1 DAY at the same time: An Anthology of Music in 2003.