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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1989 album from the veteran singer/songwriter. In the Key of G was Gilbert's ninth album and his first since winning the groundbreaking legal case against former manager Gordon Mills in 1982. Featuring the singer songwriter in characteristic form, it was recorded over a period of five years in parallel with other projects and originally released in 1989. Highlights include the great lost singles "So What" and "At the Very Mention of Your Name", along with "Lost a Friend", his heartfelt songwriting response to the death of John Lennon. Salvo.
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1989 album from the veteran singer/songwriter. In the Key of G was Gilbert's ninth album and his first since winning the groundbreaking legal case against former manager Gordon Mills in 1982. Featuring the singer songwriter in characteristic form, it was recorded over a period of five years in parallel with other projects and originally released in 1989. Highlights include the great lost singles "So What" and "At the Very Mention of Your Name", along with "Lost a Friend", his heartfelt songwriting response to the death of John Lennon. Salvo.
698458050823
Gilbert O'Sullivan - In The Key Of G [Import]

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Format: CD
Label: SALVO
Catalog: SALVOXCD008
Rel. Date: 04/16/2013
UPC: 698458050823

In The Key Of G [Import]
Artist: Gilbert O'Sullivan
Format: CD
New: In Stock $9.99
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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1989 album from the veteran singer/songwriter. In the Key of G was Gilbert's ninth album and his first since winning the groundbreaking legal case against former manager Gordon Mills in 1982. Featuring the singer songwriter in characteristic form, it was recorded over a period of five years in parallel with other projects and originally released in 1989. Highlights include the great lost singles "So What" and "At the Very Mention of Your Name", along with "Lost a Friend", his heartfelt songwriting response to the death of John Lennon. Salvo.
        
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