The Gone | Real Gone

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Real Gone

by The Gone

60's garage and 70's New Wave influenced original rock/pop, solo project of one of the resident musicians at the world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool, Martin Davies. Lo fi melodic high energy with a punch!
Genre: Pop: Garage Pop
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1. All My Dreams
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3:02 album only
2. Wasted
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3:20 album only
3. Excited!
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2:41 album only
4. Good Times Gone
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3:35 album only
5. In These Troubled Times
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3:13 album only
6. Pink Pills for Pale People
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4:08 album only
7. One Step Ahead
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2:33 album only
8. The Greatest Prize
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2:02 album only
9. Down Down Below
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2:52 album only
10. Show Me the Way
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2:38 album only
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Album Notes
The Gone is the solo studio band of Martin Davies, The Shakers bass player, resident merseybeat band at the world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool. Inspired by 60's garage, 70's New Wave and the thunderous beat of the Cavern, The Gone are proud to present debut CD Real Gone.
Based in Manchester, Martin plays the vast majority of the album himself. Lo-fi sun drenched, fuzz toned pop !

The first full length CD by The Gone is out now. 60's Garage and 70's New Wave inspired pop/rock. Sun drenched primeval honeydripped aural sensations, each with its own soft/hard centre! Sepia tinged guitars with fuzz toned melodies,harking back to an age when music was so right!


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