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2009 saw Gary Go graduate from obscurity into nascent stardom thanks to a series of U.K. dates opening for Take That. Go builds upon this breakthrough with his self-titled debut album, a seamless pop confection made distinctive by his guileless vocals and self-revealing lyrics. Gary Go often seems like an extended therapy session, revisiting themes of abandonment (“Brooklyn”), personal boundaries (“Speak”), and free-floating ennui (“So So”) again and again. Go manages to convey resolve while fighting off despair, pulling at the threads of hope running through even his glummest songs. He’s helped considerably by the sparkling rhythmic drive propelling his tunes, especially on anthemic numbers like “Wonderful,” “Engines,” and “Heart and Soul.” Texture-wise the tracks range from quietly jazzy (“Honest”) to assertively rocking (“Refuse to Lose”), and the wistful, slide guitar-accented “Black and White Days” is the closest thing to a love song here. At his best, Gary Go breaks out of his pervasive melancholy and surges on a wave of optimism, sweeping the listener along for the ride.

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Refreshing for a late Summer....

I listened and was pleasantly surprised at the artistry Gary Go is giving in this album. I listened and swore i heard a sprig of STING in his voice as well as lyrics like the paintings of Coldplay. Could he be a new avenue in musicland? We shall see... But what caught my ears are the tunes Wonderful, Heart and Soul and Speak. Have a listen...I think for this price, why not open up a new door. Don't worry just...Go....


I have to say, the one pet peeve I have about itunes, is that you have to make a judgement call as to whether or not you like a song within the 30 second bracket that THEY choose to play. I need more than that, so therefore, I'm writing my first review to help you all out. I took a chance and bought the whole album, and it was well worth it. Anyone with some depth to their soul can appreciate it. Kick back, relax, and listen with your heart!

Um, WOW!

I can't believe I've never heard of this guy before...iTunes has so many great finds for single of the week. I can't wait to buy the rest of his music!!! Go Gary Go!


Born: London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

With his geek-chic image and heartfelt guitar ballads, London native Gary Go received his big break in 2009, when Take That offered him an opening slot on the group's summer tour. 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,...
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