Gomez - Out West - Audio Streams
Gomez have been winning fans on both sides of the Atlantic for over half a decade. Since their Mercury Music Prize-winning 1998 debut Bring It On, Gomez has built an audience slowly and steadily through four studio albums and relentless touring, earning high praise far and wide, including the Los Angeles Times, who noted in a January 2005 live review, "This was an act at the top of its game, at once daring and playfully inviting -- and with rabidly adoring fans embracing every note." Now Gomez fans can savor the band's explosive live performances with Out West, two-disc set that was recorded over the course of a sold-out three-night engagement at the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco in January 2005.
Gomez -- Ian Ball (vocals, guitar), Paul Blackburn (bass, guitar), Tom Gray (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass), Ben Ottewell (vocals, guitar), Olly Peacock (drums, percussion) and Dajon Everett (percussion, keyboards) -- are currently on tour in the U.S., as part of the Virgin College MegaTour with Cake and Robbers On High Street. The one-month run kicked off April 5 in Austin, Texas, and continues through May 6 in San Jose, California
Gomez - Out West - Audio StreamsTrack /Title Watch/Listen Watch/Listen Download Real Player Windows Media - 1. Fill My Cup - - - 2. Get Miles - - - 3. Here Comes The Breeze - - - 4. Make No Sound - - - 5. Nothing Is Wrong - - - 6. Ping One Down - - -
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