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Greg Keelor
Genre: Pop
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1997 debut solo album from the guitarist / vocalist of Canadian alt/country band Blue Rodeo.


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All Artists: Greg Keelor
Title: Gone
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wea
Original Release Date: 1/1/1997
Re-Release Date: 6/17/1997
Album Type: Import
Genre: Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 706301751329


Album Description
1997 debut solo album from the guitarist / vocalist of Canadian alt/country band Blue Rodeo.

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Stop Falling Off Ladders!
brentmw | 06/08/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Greg Keelor fell off a ladder and activated his latent diabetes. He found his biological mother in the Maritimes. He ran off to India and found Hindu mysticism with some guy named Papaji. All typical inspiration for a rock and roll hero (at least in Canada).He brought his trippy, expansive tunes to his Blue Rodeo bandmates. Surprise surprise, they didn't fit into the Blue Rodeo sound. The result? A spacy new solo album from Blue Rodeo's space cadet. At times, Gone is brilliant. Other times, it's just plain comatose. So comatose that you'll want to check your pulse after listening to the opening song, When I See you.Keelor brings along his friend Sarah McLachlan, her drummer/husband Ashwin Sood, and Pierre Marchand, who has worked with McLachlan in the past. Throw in Blue Rodeo guest Anne Bourne on cello, and you've got the ensemble to soothe you into a coma. Among the gems are Home and Lucknow, which blend together so well that you think they are just one song. Redemption is a sweet, understated melody that is hard to forget. Star of the Show is haunting. White Marble Ganesh makes you think Keelor is the reincarnation of George Harrison (no, he's not dead yet!) as you suddenly hear Greg singing Hari Krishna."