Greg Keelor | Gone

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Gone

by Greg Keelor

Imagine Beck and Kula Shaker getting together to make a record and break out the slo jamz.
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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1. When I See You
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2. Redemption
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3. All Our Heroes
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4. Gone
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5. Blue Star
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6. Home
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7. No Landing (lucknow)
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8. White Marble Ganesh
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9. Star Of The Show
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10. Heaven
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Greg started working on this album, which was recorded in the fall of 1996, at a time in his life when he was going through a series of changes.

First he found out he was adopted. Then he discovered his birth name, and eventually, his birth mother. Around the same time, he suffered a fall from a ladder that triggered the onset of diabetes.

With all these experiences, Keelor found he had something to say. And that he had to say it alone.

"I was on the plane coming home from India in May of '96," Keelor recalls. "I realized that it was something I wanted to get out of my system. I had written some songs and they had a certain catharsis in them. After six weeks of sitting with the Guru, I felt that if I had died on that plane I'd have this desire to come back and do a solo album ... this lingering thing that would draw me back."

This is Keelor's first solo album, but certainly not his first triumph. In the last decade Keelor and his songwriting partner Jim Cuddy, along with their band Blue Rodeo, have recorded some of the most popular songs on radio. Blue Rodeo had sold more than two million records world-wide.


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Very Relaxing and well done
This cd will get your relaxed. Greg does a great job on this cd.

Tamara Turner, CD Baby


Like a soft drone lapping at pockets of silence, these soft, drifty, slighly melancholy and reserved piano pop songs seem to sway and float with a bigger entity, a larger arc of life's progression, much like some precious rubble drifting and moving with ocean currents. With minimal instrumentation and exquisitely vulnerable vocals, these smoky tracks will amaze fans from Elliot Smith to Nick Cave to Beck. This is the type of album you drink in with the lights off, eyes closed and wine in hand.

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slow motion
Redemption is like watching a film in slow motion. Intresting use of effects throughout.