Various - Gone Troppo album flac
Title: Gone Troppo
Style: Pop Rock, Vocal, Disco, New Wave, Soft Rock, Synth-pop
MP3 album: 1586 mb
FLAC album: 1131 mb
Other formats: MMF DTS MP3 DXD AIFF AHX VOC
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop
Gone Troppo was, even by George Harrison's uneven solo standards, a notable flop. Blame might fall on an aging target audience, to Harrison's refusal to promote it, to his quarrelsome label, to MTV-era production missteps. Despite having spent a lengthy period tangling with Warners Bros. Harrison had found a new center within his marriage and the birth of a child. The project, actually, could be favorably compared with the pastoral joys of John Lennon’s earlier Double Fantasy, though it never is. Instead, Gone Troppo - which Harrison never toured behind - sunk to the bottom of his discography as the last, ever-forgotten album on a miserable contract. With George puttering around at home, the story was that his brother – a gardener at the Harrison estate – didn’t even know that Gone Troppo had been issued.
Bass – Herbie FlowersDrums – Henry SpinettiKeyboards – Mike MoranLead Vocals, Guitar, Marimba, Effects, Backing Vocals – George Harrison. Gone Troppo (LP, Album, RE). Dark Horse Records, Dark Horse Records. Gone Troppo (LP, Album).
The album also includes a 1989 single, "Cheer Down", which was Harrison's contribution to the soundtrack of the film Lethal Weapon 2, and two tracks recorded specifically for the collection: "Poor Little Girl" and "Cockamamie Business". Despite the popularity of Harrison's work over this period – both as a solo artist with his Cloud Nine album (1987), and as a member of the Traveling Wilburys – the compilation failed to achieve commercial success. In this format, "Crackerbox Palace" closed side one and "Cloud 9" opened side two.
With one album due on his recording contract, George Harrison put together Gone Troppo and then dropped out of the music business for five years. himself throughout the album)
Gone Troppo is the 10th studio album by George Harrison, recorded and released in 1982. It would be Harrison's last studio album for five years, during which he largely took an extended hiatus from his recording career, with only the occasional soundtrack recording surfacing. By the early 1980s, Harrison had been finding the current musical climate alienating.
Then came the disastrous Gone Troppo, a half-baked affair led by the minor single "Wake Up My Love" that failed to make the Top 100 LPs. Clearly, Harrison could no longer treat his musical career as a part-time stepchild to his interests in car racing and movie producing if he wanted to maintain it. As it turned out, he didn't; this was his last album for five years.
George Harrison - GONE TROPPO - 1982 I Really Love You. 02:57. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). George Harrison 'Gone Troppo' 1982 Wake Up My Love. George Harrison Gone Troppo (Full Album).
|A1||–Joe Dolce Music Theatre||Shaddap You Face|
|A2||–Kelly Marie||Feels Like I'm In Love|
|A4||–The Romantics||What I Like About You|
|A5||–Skatt Bros.||Life Out The Outpost|
|A6||–Norman Gunston||Kiss Army|
|A7||–Mondo Rock||State Of The Heart|
|B1||–Monty Python||I Like Chinese|
|B2||–XTC||Generals And Majors|
|B3||–Jona Lewie||You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen|
|B5||–Cold Chisel||My Baby|
|B6||–MEO 245*||Lady Love|
|B7||–Sparks||When I'm With You|
|B8||–Robert Palmer||Johnny And Mary|
|B9||–Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons*||I Will Return|
- Distributed By – K-Tel International (Aust.) Ltd.
|TA 265||Various||Gone Troppo (LP, Comp)||K-Tel||TA 265||Australia||1980|