Since I Saw You Last
Since I Saw You Last
2013 solo album from Take That frontman.Includes 'Face To Face', a duet with Elton John.

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Gary Barlow: Since I Saw You Last
Gary Barlow: Since I Saw You Last
Arranged for Piano, Vocal and Guitar, Gary Barlow: Since I Saw You Last (PVG) features sheet music for all 12 songs from Gary Barlow's solo album. This songbook includes Jump, Face To Face, Small Town Girls, 6th Avenue and more.

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Gary: The Definitive Biography of Gary Barlow
Gary: The Definitive Biography of Gary Barlow
Top celebrity biographer Sean Smith tells the story of national treasure Gary Barlow, one of the UK's greatest songwriters and musicians. Throughout a stellar career, nobody has been more misunderstood than Gary Barlow. When he first found fame, he was perceived as too arrogant. Then, after aspectacular slump and amazing recovery, he adopted a modesty that underrates his lifetime achievements. In this book Sean Smith redresses the balance by revealing the real man, the romances that shaped his life and the passion for music that drives him. A singer and virtuoso keyboard player who performed in working men's clubs from the age of thirteen, Gary Barlow would go on to achieve phenomenal success as the musical force behind Take That, the most popular boy band of all time. Now recognized as one of the greatest songwriters and musicians the UK has ever produced, Gary is among the best-known faces on television, returning as head judge on the X Factor in 2013. Featuring original interviews with many people who have never spoken before, Gary is a celebration of a complex and unique talent.

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Gary Barlow: Time to Shine - The Unauthorised Biography
Gary Barlow: Time to Shine - The Unauthorised Biography
Great Britain's national treasure, Gary Barlow has achieved unrivalled success with boyband Take That, as a solo artist and songwriter, and as a judge on The X Factor. However, the path to fame is rarely easy and Gary's journey has been full of inspiring highs and distinct lows.From happy beginnings growing up in Frodsham, Cheshire, as the second son to marge and Colin Barlow, Gary spent his youth immersing himself in music, writing songs and learning how to play the piano. By the age of 15, Gary was struggling to break into the music industry and doing a stream of gigs around the UK, before landing what was to be the job that propelled him into the limelight.After hiring Barry Wooley as his manager, Gary was soon in talks with casting agent Nigel Martin-Smith. Realising Gary's potential, and admiring an early demo of 'A Million Love Songs', Nigel signed him up as the front man for new boyband Take That, and the rest, as they say, is history.Between 1990 and 1996, Take That sold millions of records, packed out arena tours and created an army of fans, who were subsequently devastated when Take That announced their split in 1996. Gary made an attempt at a solo career, but it wasn't to be, and he slipped out of the public consciousness before finding the confidence to begin songwriting and collaborating with other artists to make hit records.In 2005, Gary's life was to take another unexpected turn when Take That announced they were getting back together. With a new lease of life, they went on to have continued, record-breaking, success. Gary was soon offered a slot as head judge on ITV's hit TV show The X Factor and in 2012 he was awarded a OBE - proving that there was more to him than That That.In this authoritative biography, Justin lewis offers a valuable insight into his life and loves, including his partner Dawn Andrews and their beautiful children, his dedication to fundraising for charity and what it's really like being in one of Britain's biggest boybands.

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Open Road
Open Road
Former front-man of successful boy-band Take That, Gary Barlow's self-assured debut album is his attempt to be taken seriously as a credible pop talent. Barlow penned exactly half the tracks on Open Road, with a mixture of co-written, cover versions and specially commissioned tracks filling the rest of the album. His interpretations of Johnny Bristol's, "Hang On In There Baby"--produced by pop master Trevor Horn--and Shep Pettibone's "Love Won't Wait" are particularly illuminating. However, by far the best songs on this album are the ones solely composed by Gary, which highlight his ability to write addictive and emotive melodies, especially the title track, a soulful and candid account of self-discovery, and "Forever Love", a tear-jerking song of funereal magnitude. --John Galilee

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