8 thoughts on “ Gone, Gone, Gone - Jeffrey Foskett - Cool And Gone (Gone, Gone) (CD, Album)

  1. Jul 30,  · COOL & GONE is packed with hook-filled songs that boast strong lead and harmony vocals, as well as a vibrant production that fondly recalls the Beach Boys SUNFLOWER (with a strong hint of the Beatles/Marshall Crenshaw). Yes, it is that good. This disc is a stunning reminder of just how good popular music can be. Highly recommended.5/5(2).
  2. Cool And Gone just oozes sixties nostalgia - with hints of early Beatles, Searchers and Beach Boys. And he turns in an inspiring performance on The Marmalade's Reflections of My Life. But the 'Oscar' for this album goes to the title track, a beautiful lyric and a stunning performance from the 5/5(2).
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  5. Jeffrey Foskett's tenure with the touring band of the Beach Boys heavily informs Cool and Gone (Gone, Gone), a bright, sunny power-pop effort featuring an eclectic mix of covers from the likes of Ricky Nelson, Marshall Crenshaw and Bill Lloyd. 16/
  6. Cool and Gone (Gone, Gone), an album by Jeffrey Foskett on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Jeffrey Foskett Profile: Power-pop singer/songwriter Jeffrey Foskett first attracted notice as a member of the '70s-era combo the Pranks; after the group's demise, he became a member of the Beach Boys' touring band, later forging a solo career with the release of 's Thru My Window.
  8. Foskett has released several solo albums including Thru My Window, touted as "The best Beach Boys album they never recorded", Cool and Gone and Twelve and Twelve. Foskett has won several awards including Top Selling Artist of the Year in New Zealand and Best New Foreign Artist in Japan.

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