Brentley Gore | Up Until Now

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Up Until Now

by Brentley Gore

An album chalked full of country-rock swagger mixed with a bit of tattered-folk on a freeway; songs ranging from hopeful to haunting. This music is for dirty saints, reckless hillbilly's and wide-eyed wanderers.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Highwire (Feat. King Straggler)
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4:32 album only
2. A Thousand Miles (Feat. King Straggler)
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4:00 album only
3. Soul To Waste (Feat. King Straggler)
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2:39 album only
4. Dear God
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3:23 album only
5. Baby
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3:55 album only
6. So Much Better
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3:31 album only
7. I'll Get By
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3:29 album only
8. Wasted Love (Feat. King Straggler)
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3:48 album only
9. No Time (Feat. King Straggler)
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2:42 album only
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Album Notes
Brentley Gore's debut release, "Up Until Now" is somewhat of a compilation. Five of the songs were recorded with his previous band, King Straggler. The tracks Wasted Love, A Thousand Miles and Soul to Waste were recorded and released by King Straggler in 2005. However, Highwire and No Time were recorded with King Straggler in 2007 but never released. The songs Baby, So Much Better and I'll Get By were recorded with the late-great Don 'Redcloud' Smith (appropriately nick-named by Keith Richards) in Los Angeles in 2008. Don Smith has many recording credits to his name, including The Traveling Wilburys, Tom Petty, Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones. Brentley and 'Redcloud' were set to finish an entire album following these first recordings with Ringo in mind for a track or two. However, 'Redcloud' passed away suddenly 3 weeks prior to re-entering the studio. Track 4 on "Up Until Now" is Dear God. It has been a favorite of many of Brentley's friends and fans through the years and was recorded in the mid 1990's with his brother Craig Gore. It has only been sold privately up until now and was never officially released. Ironically Dear God, Brentley's earliest recording and Baby, Brentley's latest recording were both recorded at a Rolling Stones studio hideaway called Drive By Studios, 14 years apart!


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