GARY GO - GARY GO, album released in UK May 25th 2009.
Encoded 320Kbps CBR [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
With his geek-chic image and heartfelt guitar ballads, London-born Gary Go is the latest singer/songwriter to be predictably labeled as a one-man Coldplay. The son of a producer for Jim Henson's The Muppet Show, Gary Baker, who was given the moniker Go by a family friend, grew up within earshot of Wembley Stadium. Influenced by the live music performed there, he began writing songs at the age of eight and taught himself how to play several instruments. After leaving school, he began working at Dave Stewart's recording studio, but following some advice from Peter Gabriel at a job interview, decided to concentrate on his own music. Setting up his own indie label, Canvas Room, he recorded 'The So So' EP, which attracted the attention of a New Jersey producer who invited him to record material at his studio. Inspired by living in the same house where Frank Sinatra grew up, he recorded a second EP, entitled 'The Diary of Rodney Harvey', before moving back home. Following several showcases in London, he signed to Decca Records, coincidentally also the home of Peter Gabriel, and supported Amy MacDonald, the Script, and the Feeling on their U.K. tours. Following the success of his debut single, 'Wonderful', which debuted at No.25 in UK Singles Chart, he was personally invited to warm up for Take That on their record-breaking stadium shows.
His debut album 'Gary Go' was released on May 25th 2009 in the UK. It entered the UK Albums Chart at No.22 the following Sunday. The lead single ‘Open Arms’, together with a video, was released in the UK on May 4th 2009.
01 Open Arms
02 So So
05 Life Gets In The Way
07 Refuse To Lose
09 Heart And Soul
11 Black And White Days
THE VIDEO [XviD SkidVid]
Ripped from disc, edited, no logos and encoded 1000x568 XviD.