Wilson, Gary: Friday Night With Gary Wilson

Wilson, Gary SKU: 31118187
Gary Wilson: Friday Night With Gary Wilson

Wilson, Gary: Friday Night With Gary Wilson

Wilson, Gary SKU: 31118187

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Friday Night With Gary Wilson
Artist: Wilson, Gary
Label: Cleopatra
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 741157229813
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release, another alt-funk classic filled with experimental sounds, avant garde grooves, and demented love songs that will make any night a wild and free Friday night with the King Of Weird, Gary Wilson! Coming off of a career-renewing critically praised album, last year's Alone With Gary Wilson, as well as an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel supporting Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt, this album is sure to keep the party going well into the future. Gary Wilson is best known for his 1977 album You Think You Really Know Me, after which he promptly retired from recording and performing concerts. He slowly gained a strong cult following during the 1980s and 1990s, and in the early 2000s became active again.

1.1 A Tree Cries in the Wind
1.2 I Want to Hold Your Hand Tonight
1.3 I'm Going to Take You to a Thousand Dreams
1.4 You're the Coolest Girl Tonight
1.5 Sick Trip on Friday Night
1.6 We'll Dance Into the Stars
1.7 Like a Scene from a Movie Long Gone
1.8 The Mermaid Song
1.9 Soon I'll Be Kissing Sandy
1.10 Linda
1.11 You Made Me Feel My Misery
1.12 I Thought of You Last Night
1.13 I'll Make You My Dream Girl
1.14 Sometimes I Cry Late at Night
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