|1||Heart And Soul|
|4||Black And White Days|
|5||Life Gets In The Way|
|6||Refuse To Lose|
|9||Open Arms - Radio Edit|
|10||Open Arms (Michael Gray Radio Edit)|
|11||Heart & Soul|
|12||Open Arms (Carrera Anti Rapino Mix)|
|13||Black & White Days|
|14||Give Me a Reason|
|15||Our Love Is On the Line|
|16||Wonderful (Mobbing Remix)|
|17||A Lie At a Time|
|18||Wonderful (Fred Chateau Mix)|
|20||The Heart Balloon|
|23||I Want My Heart Broken Again|
|24||Through the Walls|
|27||Wonderful - Radio Edit|
Gary Go (b. Gary Baker in Wembley, London) is a British pop-rock singer, songwriter and producer.
Gary Go first came to attention in 2007, when his debut E.P was picked up by a music producer in New Jersey, with whom he worked on his sophmore E.P. "The Diary of Rodney Harvey" inspired by the tragic fall of the promising actor. Following this he set up his own independent label and studio called The Canvas Room in London and started writing and recording his debut album. The album was recorded in London, Prague and New York. Subsequently, he signed with record label Decca Records and spent a year performing and touring to promote his work, including supporting The Script, The Feeling, and Amy Macdonald, as well as performing at festivals including V, T in the park, Latitude and Oxegen.
Gary Go came to national attention, however, when it was announced that he would support Take That on their summer stadium tour.