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Gregg Sutton - Deal With It (2016)

22-06-2016, 02:21
Blues | Pop | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Deal With It
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Baked Recordings
Genre: Pop/Rock/Blues
Quality: FLAC/320 Kbps
Total Time: 41:11
Total Size: 294/102 MB

1. I Won't Back Down (5:01)
2. Window Shopping (3:25)
3. Stop (4:16)
4. 24-7-365 (3:54)
5. The Circuit (4:21)
6. Till It Hurts (3:29)
7. I Am Working On A Sex Change (4:15)
8. Your Own Way (4:53)
9. The Room Where Nobody Goes (3:50)
10. Shot Gun Wedding (3:44)

You might not have heard of Gregg Sutton , but you certainly will have heard one of his songs.

Gregg Sutton is one of the most accomplished singer-songwriters and musicians of his generation. Born and raised in New York he went to Hollywood in the early 1980’s and now resides in Beverly Hills .

He has had a long and varied career as both as a accomplished musician and widely renowned songwriter.

After serving an apprenticeship in the nightclubs of the USA , Sutton went on tour with the group KGB, featuring Carmine Appice and Barry Goldberg . Sutton then went on to form a group called The Pets recording for Clive Davis at his legendary Arista Records label.

After the demise of The Pets , Gregg signed a deal with Columbia Records and recorded his debut solo album Soft as a Side- Walk. Despite critical acclaim this album didn’t make him a star but elevated his songwriter status.

In the 1990’s Gregg signed a deal with Warner Bros Music publishing in addition to playing with numerous acts including Tommy Tutone who had the classic hit 867-5309 after Sutton joined the power pop band.

During this period Gregg went on the road with his lifelong friend, the genius actor and comic Andy Kaufman as his musical director. For five years they toured together until Andy’s sad and untimely death in 1984.

Sutton was the conductor at Andy Kaufman’s now famous Carnegie Hall landmark one-man-show after which the audience was transported to another location for cookies and milk!

A few years later Sutton played himself in the feature film Man on the Moon (1999 ) which starred Jim Carrey which was widely recognized as a biographical comedy-drama about the late American entertainer Andy Kaufman.

At this point of his career Gregg joined Bob Dylan as his bassist and toured Europe with Dylan in a group that included Hall of Famers Mick Taylor and Ian Mclagan.

1985 Sutton joined the renowned country rock group Lone Justice who were signed to Geffen Records and remained a member until the band’s premature demise.

Jimmy Iovine (founder of Interscope Records and now Head of Apple Music ) was Lone Justice ‘s manager and recognizing Gregg’s songwriting talent secured a deal with A&M Records publishing arm, Almo-Irving Music a move that really boosted Sutton’s songwriting career.

Now legendary artists like Joe Cocker ,Percy Sledge, Dolly Parton, Maria McKee, Billy Ray Cyrus and Al Green ( to name a few) were recording Gregg Sutton songs .

In 1988 Stop (co-written by Gregg Sutton ) was recorded by UK artist Sam Brown and went on to be a global hit selling over 1m + singles.

Stop was later a hit again for Jamelia from the soundtrack of Bridget Jones, the Edge of Reason.

In 1991 Nelson had a top 30 American hit with Sutton’s Only Time Will Tell from the Double Platinum selling album After The Rain ( DGC Records ).

In 1992 Curtis Stigers and Gregg Sutton teamed up to write the classic You’re All That Matters to Me which went on to became one of Stiger’s biggest hit singles from his multi- million selling debut album on Clive Davis’s famed Arista Records.

Gregg went on to sign a deal with Windswept Music before eventually returning to Herb Albert’s & Jerry Moss famous Rondor/Almo Music .

2005 saw the paper back publication of Gregg Sutton’s autobiography entitled ‘Here’s Your Hat ….Whats Your Hurry ‘

Tom Jones recorded It Takes More Than Memories which was co-written with soul legend Carla Thomas.

Gregg has recently collaborated with Santana ,Desmond Childs, Mark Hudson, Timothy B Schmidt ,Shelly Peiken, Carol King and Joe Bonamasa, Human League ,Heather Small, Charles & Eddie and a host of other artists, bands and writers including the soul legend Carla Thomas with whom he penned It Takes More Than Tears recorded by Sir Tom Jones .

Sutton’s work can be heard in TV shows like Sons of Anarchy to Charmed films like The Horse Whisperer.

Gregg is into his sport supporting the LA Lakers), LA Galaxy and follows the EPL ( English Premier League) supporting Chelsea .

Sutton has just recently completed a brand new album Deal With It recorded at Storm Cloud Studios in Los Angeles and currently performing live gigs all over the Pacific West Coast (USA) .


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