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Album Review

Gambling Man is a re-release of the debut album by British-Irish doo wop band the Overtones, which was first released as Good Ol' Fashioned Love in 2010. Actually, it is the second re-release of said record, which in its first incarnation had 12 tracks and was then reissued as an 18-track "platinum edition" in 2011. The new, retitled version features two additional bonus tracks but otherwise replicates the "platinum" version with its retro '50s/early-'60s music, a mix of R&B, doo wop, and pop that includes covers of Billy Joel's "For the Longest Time," Rihanna's "Only Girl (In the World)," and Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," along with a few original compositions, such as the single "Gambling Man."

Biography

Formed: 2010 in London, England

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '10s

Following nuns, Cornish fisherman, and Chelsea pensioners, former decorating and painting team the Overtones were the latest unlikely act to sign a major record deal in the late 2000s. The vocal harmony group consists of falsetto Mark Franks, a former Pet Shop Boys dancer from Manchester; Lachie Chapman from Sydney; Mike Crawshaw, an ex-model from Bristol; Darren Everest, a Sylvia Young Theatre School attendee from Essex; and Timmy Matley, a former Fame — The Musical star from Cork. Influenced...
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