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Worms - Gordon Haskell - It Is And It Isnt (CD, Album)

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  1. Gordon Haskell's new album 'One Day Soon' is planned to released for September You can buy the album directly from him. Check his new website at agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfo He's planning for a London gig in late October & 2 or 3 gigs in Poland for September & November
  2. Gordon Haskell, Shaftesbury. K likes. Official home of singer-songwriter Gordon Haskell. His smash hit 'How Wonderful You Are' remains BBC Radio Two's most requested song of all agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfoers: K.
  3. It was and the album was ‘It Is and It Isn’t’ – an inspired title, given that Gordon’s signing to Atlantic coincided with the corporate takeover of the entire music industry. The album reached No.8 in the Luxembourg Top 20 and Gordon completed a solo promotional tour for the album, including two gigs at the Rainbow in London.
  4. Gordon Haskell. Gordon Haskell (born 27 April , in Verwood, Dorset, England) is a Pop, Rock & Blues music vocalist, songwriter, and bassist. He first gained recognition as a member of the British band Les Fleur de Lys. He sang on one of the songs of King Crimson's second album, then played bass and sang on their third album.
  5. Gordon has a new album called One Day Soon. He’s rightly proud of it and determined not to fall victim to the same power plays that blighted Harry’s Bar, the top 10 album from which How.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of It Is And It Isn't on Discogs/5(3).
  7. In the winter of Haskell signed with the Flying Sparks label and recorded Look Out. The album included the delightfully mellow love song ‘How Wonderful You Are’, which owing to the support of several disc jockeys went on to become the most requested record in BBC Radio 2’s history, selling over , copies prior to release.
  8. Gordon Haskell issued this solo album to absolutely no critical notice or public response of any kind in , which is sort of a shame -- not that it's exactly an earth-shattering record, but it does represent a relatively light, lyric-oriented brand of progressive rock (almost resembling the Moody Blues more than it does Haskell's former group, King Crimson), and a good entry in the field.6/

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