Music Makers Encyclopedia: G


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Becky G

Song(s):
Mayores (with Bad Bunny, 2017)
Sin Pijama (2018)


Karol G

Song(s):
Tusa (with Nicki Minaj, 2019)


Kenny G

Jazz saxophonist born Kenneth Bruce Gorelick on 6/5/1956 in Seattle, WA.

Album(s):
Breathless (1992)


Warren G

Song(s):
Regulate (with Nate Dogg, 1994)


Milt Gabler

Record executive born 5/20/1911 in Harlem, NY. Died 7/20/2001. With Commodore and Decca Records.


Charles H. Gabriel

Song(s) written by Gabriel:
Away in a Manger (1887) – see James Ramsey Murray


Juan Gabriel


Peter Gabriel

DMDB actpage

Progessive-rock singer born 2/13/1950 in Chobham, Surrey, England. With Garden Wall (65-66) and Genesis (66-75) who later had commercial success and then carved out a more experimental sound in his solo career (77-).

Song(s):
Genesis et al: Top 100 Songs
Solsbury Hill (1977)
Biko (1980)
Games without Frontiers (1980)
Family Snapshot (1980)
Sledgehammer (1986)
In Your Eyes (1986)
Don't Give Up (with Kate Bush, 1986)
I Grieve (1998)
That'll Do (1998)
When You're Falling (2001) – see Afro-Celt Soundsystem
Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa (with Hot Chip, 2008)
I'm Amazing (2016)

Album(s):
Peter Gabriel (3rd album) (1980)
So (1986)
Us (1992)
Ovo: The Millenium Show (2000)
Up (2002)
Big Blue Ball (recorded 1995, released 2008)
Scratch My Back (2010)


Steve Gadd

Rock drummer with Paul Simon, Steely Dan, and Eric Clapton.


Serge Gainsbourg

Singer/songwriter born Lucien Ginsburg on 4/2/1928 in France. Died 3/2/1991.

Song(s):
Je T'Aime (Moi Non Plus) (with Jane Birkin


Gallagher & Shean

Song(s):
Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean – "Positively, Mr. Gallagher?" (1922)


Ed Gallagher

- see Gallagher & Shean


Liam Gallagher

British rock singer born William Paul Gallagher on 9/21/1972 in Burnage, Manchester, England. With Oasis.


Noel Gallagher

British rock guitarist and songwriter born 5/29/1967 in Manchester, England. With Oasis.


Rory Gallagher

Blues-rock guitarist born William Rory Gallagher on 3/2/1948 in Ballshannon, Country Donegal, Ireland. Died 6/14/1995.

Album(s):
Irish Tour '74 (live: 1974)


Amelita Galli-Curci


Simon Gallup

Post-punk bassist and keyboardist born 6/1/1960 in Duxhurts, Surrey, England. With The Cure (1979-1982, 1984-).


Kenneth Gamble

Record executive (Philadelphia International), songwriter, and producer born 8/11/1943 in Philadelphia, PA. Behind 170 gold and platinum records (along with partner Leon Huff). They were considered pioneers of Philadelphia soul. Their songs, in addition to those below, include "Only the Strong Survive" (Jerry Butler), "Me and Mrs. Jones" (Billy Paul), "Backstabbers" (The O'Jays), "When Will I See You Again" (The Three Degrees), and "Enjoy Yourself" (The Jacksons).

Songs written/produced by Gamble & Huff:
If You Don't Know Me By Now (1972) – see Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
Love Train (1973) – see The O'Jays


The Game

Song(s):
Hate It Or Love It (with 50 Cent, 2005)

Album(s):
The Documentary (2005)



Ganga Gang

Song(s):
Sounds of Then (This Is Australia) (1985)


Gang of Four

Song(s):
To Hell with Poverty (1981)

Album(s):
Entertainment! (1979)


Pvt. Cecil Gant

Song(s):
We're Gonna Rock (1950)


The Gap Band

Song(s):
Burn Rubber on Me (Why You Wanna Hurt Me) (1980)
I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops, Up Side Your Head) (1980)
You Dropped a Bomb on Me (1982)


Dave Garabaldi

Drummer with Tower of Power.


Garbage

Song(s):
Stupid Girl (1996)

Album(s):
Garbage (1995)


Jan Garber

Bandleader born Jacob Charles Garber on 11/5/1894 in Shreveport, LA. Died 10/5/1977.

Song(s):
Baby Face (with Benny Davis, 1926)
All I Do Is Dream of You (with Fritz Heilbron, 1934)


Jerry Garcia

Folk-rock/jam-rock singer/songwriter and guitarist born Jerome John Garcia on 8/1/1942 in San Francisco, CA. Died 8/9/1995. With the Grateful Dead.


Nio Garcia

Song(s):
Te Boté (Remix) (with Darrell & Casper Magico, Bad Bunny, Nicky Jam, & Ozuna, 2018)


Carols Gardel

Song(s):
El Dia Que Me Quieras (1935)


Taana Gardner

Song(s):
Heartbeat (1981)


Art Garfunkel

Pop/folk-rock singer born 11/5/1941 in Forest Hills, NY. Paired with Paul Simon, first in the duo Tom & Jerry (57) and later as Simon & Garfunkel (64-70). Also recorded as a solo artist. Appeared in movies Catch 22, Carnal Knowledge, and Bad Timing. Has Master's degree in mathematics from Columbia University.

Song(s):
Bright Eyes (1979)


Judy Garland

Traditional jazz/adult contemporary singer and actress (The Wizard of Oz) born Frances Ethel Gumm on 6/10/1922 in Chelsea, London, England. Died 6/22/1969.

Song(s):
You Made Me Love You (Dear Mr. Gable) (1937)
Over the Rainbow (1939)
For Me and My Gal (with Gene Kelly, 1942)
Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart (1943)
The Trolley Song (1944)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (1944)
Get Happy (1950)
The Man That Got Away (with Ray Heindorf, 1954)

Album(s):
Meet Me in St. Louis (soundtrack: 1944)
Judy at Carnegie Hall (live, 1961)


Red Garland

Jazz pianist.


Erroll Garner

Jazz pianist born 6/15/1923 (some sources say 1921) in Pittsburgh, PA. Died ½/1977.

Song(s):
Misty (1954)

Album(s):
Concert by the Sea (live, 1955)


Martin Garrix

Song(s):
Animals (2013)
In the Name of Love (with Bebe Rexha, 2016)


George J. Gaskin

Singer born George Jefferson Gaskin on 2/16/1863 in Belfast, Ireland. Died 12/14/1920.

Song(s):
Drill, Ye Terriers, Drill (1891)
Slide Kelly Slide (1892)
After the Ball (1893)
Oh Promise Me (1893)
The Fatal Wedding (1893)
Sweet Marie (1894)
The Sidewalks of New York (1895)
The Sunshine of Paradise Alley (1896)
She May Have Seen Better Days (1896) Down in Poverty Row (1896)
On the Benches in the Park (1896)
On the Banks of the Wabash (1897)
Sweet Rosie O'Grady (1897)
A Hot Time in the Old Town (1897)
My Old New Hampshire Home (1898)
Break the News to Mother (1898)
She Was Bred in Old Kentucky (1898)
My Wild Irish Rose (1899)
When You Were Sweet Sixteen (1900)
When Chloe Sings a Song (1900)


The Gaslight Anthem

Song(s):
The '59 Sound (2008)

Album(s):
The '59 Sound (2008)
Handwritten (2012)
Singles Collection (compilation: 2008-11, released 2013)


Gareth Gates

Song(s):
Unchained Melody (2002)


Larry Gatlin/The Gatlin Brothers

Country singer born on 5/2/1948 in Seminole, TX.

Song(s):
Broken Lady (Larry Gatlin, 1975)
All the Gold in California (1979)

Album(s):
Straight Ahead (Larry Gatlin, 1979)


Danny Gatton

Guitarist who fused rockabilly, jazz, and country. Born 9/4/1945 in Washington, D.C.. Died 10/4/1994.


Lucho Gatrica


Bob Gaudio

Keyboardist and songwriter with the Four Seasons.

Album(s):
Jersey Boys (composed with Bob Crewe, musical: 2005)


Connie B. Gay


Marvin Gaye

R&B singer/songwriter born Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr. on 4/2/1939 in Washington, D.C.. Died when he was shot by his father on 4/1/1984 after a quarrel. Sang in his father's Apostolic church in vocal groups the Rainbows and Marquees. Joined Harvey Fuqua in the re-formed Moonglows. Moved to Detroit in 1960. Session work as a drummer at Motown; married to Berry Gordy's sister Anna, 1961-75. First recorded under own name for Tamla in 1961. In seclusion for several months following the death of frequent duet partner Tammi Terrell in 1970. Problems with drugs and IRS led to his moving to Europe for three years. His daughter Nona Gaye also recorded.

Song(s):
Marvin Gaye: Top 50 Songs
How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You (1964)
Ain't No Mountain High Enough (with Tammi Terrell, 1967)
I Heard It Through the Grapevine (1968)
Too Busy Thinking About My Baby (1969)
What's Going On (1971)
Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology Song) (1971)
Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) (1971)
Let’s Get It On (1973)
Got to Give It Up (1977)
Sexual Healing (1982)

Album(s):
What's Going On (1971)
Let's Get It On (1973) v
Here, My Dear (1978)
Midnight Love (1982)
The Master (box: 1961-84, released 1995)


Crystal Gayle

Country singer born Brenda Gail Webb on 1/9/1951 in Paintsville, KY.

Song(s):
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue (1977)


Ruth Gaylor

Song(s):
My Funny Valentine (from Babes in Arms, 1945) – see Hal McIntyre


Charles Gaylord

Song(s):
The Birth of the Blues (1926) – see Paul Whiteman
Among My Souvenirs (1928) – see Paul Whiteman
My Heart Stood Still (1928) – see Paul Whiteman


Gloria Gaynor

Song(s):
Never Can Say Goodbye (1974)
I Will Survive (1978)


G-Eazy

Song(s):
Me, Myself & I (with Bebe Rexha, 2015)


David Geffen

Record executive born 2/21/1943 in Brookly, NY. With Asylum, Geffen, DGC, and Dreamworks SKG.


J. Geils Band

Song(s):
Centerfold (1981)

Album(s):
Freeze Frame (1981)


Harry Geller's Orchestra

Song(s):
That Lucky Old Sun (1949) – see Frankie Laine


General Public

Song(s):
Tenderness (1984)


Genesis

Check out Genesis' DMDB profile page here.

Active: 1966-97 Members: Peter Gabriel (v: 66-75), Anthony Phillips (g: 66-70), Tony Banks (k: 66-97), Mike Rutherford (g/b: 66-97), Chris Stewart (d – Garden Wall: 65-66; Genesis: 66-68), John Silver (d: 68-69), John Mayhew (d: 69-70), Phil Collins (d: 70-92, v: 75-92), Steve Hackett (g: 70-77), Ray Wilson (v: 97).

Formed as a progressive-rock group originally called The New Anon, but renamed themselves Genesis in January 1967. In their original incarnation with Gabriel as the frontman, the band was very prog-oriented. After his departure, Collins took the mike and led the band to greater commercial success with a more album-oriented rock sound.

Song(s):
Genesis et al: Top 100 Songs
Illegal Alien (1983)
In Too Deep (1986)
Land of Confusion (1986)

Album(s):
From Genesis to Revelation (1969)
Trespass (1970)
Nursery Cryme (1971)
Foxtrot (1972)
Selling England by the Pound (1973)
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (1974)
A Trick of the Tail (1976)
Wind and Wuthering (1977)
And Then There Were Three (1978)
Duke (1980)
Abacab (1981)
Genesis (1983)
Invisible Touch (1986)
We Can't Dance (1991)
The Last Domino? (compilation: 1973-91, released 2021)
Calling All Stations (1997)
Turn It on Again – The Hits (compilation: 1973-97, released 1999)
Platinum Collection (compilation: 1970-97, released 2004)


Gente De Zona

Song(s):
Bailando (2014) – see Enrique Iglesias
La Gozadera (with Marc Anthony, 2015)



Gentle Giant

Album(s):
Ocotopus (1972)
In a Glass House (1973)


Bobbie Gentry

Song(s):
Ode to Billie Joe (1967)

Album(s):
Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell (with Glen Campbell, 1968)


Don George

Song(s) written by George:
The Yellow Rose of Texas (1858)


Sergio George


Georgia Satellites

Song(s):
Keep Your Hands to Yourself (1986)

Album(s):
In the Land of Salvation and Sin (1989)


Danyel Gérard

Song(s):
Butterfly (1971)


The Germs

Album(s):
GI (1979)


Gerry & the Pacemakers

Song(s):
How Do You Do It? (1963)
You'll Never Walk Alone (from Carousel, 1963)
Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying (1964)
Ferry Cross the Mersey (1964)


George Gershwin

Composer and pianist born Jacob Gershowitz on 9/26/1898 in Brooklyn, NY. Died 7/11/1937 of a brain tumor. Worked with popular and classical music. Collaborated with his brother, lyricist Ira Gershwin, on more than a dozen Broadway shows.

Songs written/co-written by George Gershwin:
Top 50 Songs
Swanee (1920) – see Al Jolson
Rhapsody in Blue (with Paul Whiteman, 1924)
Somebody Loves Me (1924) – see Paul Whiteman
Fascinating Rhythm (1925) – see Cliff Edwards
Someone to Watch Over Me (1927) – see Gertrude Lawrence
S' Wonderful (1927) – see Sarah Vaughan
The Man I Love (1928) – see Marion Harris
An American in Paris (the Victor Symphony Orchestra with Nat Shilkret conducting and George Gershwin on piano, 1929)
Embraceable You (1930) – see Red Nichols
I Got Rhythm (from Girl Crazy, 1930) – see Red Nichols
I Got Rhythm (from Girl Crazy, 1930) – see Ethel Merman
They Can't Take That Away from Me (1937) – see Fred Astaire
Summertime (1939) – see Billie Holiday
Summertime (1939) – see Sidney Bechet
Summertime (1957) – see Ella Fitzgerald
Someone to Watch Over Me (from Oh, Kay!, 1958) – see Ella Fitzgerald

Album(s):
Porgy and Bess (with Ira Gershwin & Dubose Heyward; opera, 1935)
An American in Paris (soundtrack: 1951)
Crazy for You (composed with Ira Gershwin, musical: 1992)


Ira Gershwin

Classical/musical theater composer born Israel Gershowitz on 12/6/1896 in New York City, NY. Died 8/17/1983. Brother of George Gershwin.

Songs written/co-written by Ira Gershwin:
Top 50 Songs
Fascinating Rhythm (1925) – see Cliff Edwards
Someone to Watch Over Me (1927) – see Gertrude Lawrence
S' Wonderful (1927) – see Sarah Vaughan
The Man I Love (1928) – see Marion Harris
I Got Rhythm (1930) – see Ethel Merman
I Got Rhythm (1930) – see Red Nichols
Embraceable You (1930) – see Red Nichols
They Can't Take That Away from Me (1937) – see Fred Astaire
I Can't Get Started (1938) – see Bunny Berigan
Summertime (1939) – see Billie Holiday
Summertime (1939) – see Sidney Bechet
Summertime (1957) – see Ella Fitzgerald
Long Ago and Far Away (1944) – see Dick Haymes

Album(s):
Porgy and Bess (musical/opera: 1935) – see George Gershwin
An American in Paris (soundtrack: 1951) – see George Gershwin
Crazy for You (musical: 1992) – see George Gershwin


Geto Boys

Song(s):
Mind Playing Tricks on Me (1991)


Stan Getz

Jazz musician born Stanley Gayetski on 2/2/1927 in Philadelphia, PA. Died 6/6/1991.

Song(s):
Desafinado (with Charlie Byrd, 1962)
The Girl from Ipanema (with João Gilberto, 1964)

Album(s):
Focus (1961)
Jazz Samba (with Charlie Byrd, 1962)
Getz/Gilberto (with João Gilberto, 1963)


Ghost

Song(s):
Rats (2018)


Amanda Ghost

Song(s):
Silver Lining (2000)


Andy Gibb

Pop singer born 3/5/1958 in Manchester, UK. Died 3/10/1988. Younger brother of Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb, who were in the Bee Gees.

Song(s):
Gibb Brothers: Top 100 Songs
I Just Want to Be Your Everything (1977)
Love Is Thicker Than Water (1977)
Shadow Dancing (1978)


Barry Gibb

Pop singer/songwriter born on 9/1/1946 in Douglas, Isle of Man, UK. One-third of the Bee Gees, a pop/disco group formed with brothers Robin and Maurice.

Song(s):
Gibb Brothers: Top 100 Songs


Maurice Gibb

Pop singer/songwriter born on 12/22/1949 in Douglas, Isle of Man, UK. Died 1/12/2003. One-third of the Bee Gees, a pop/disco group formed with brothers Robin and Barry.

Song(s):
Gibb Brothers: Top 100 Songs


Robin Gibb

Pop singer/songwriter born on 12/22/1949 in Douglas, Isle of Man, UK. Died on 5/20/2012. One-third of the Bee Gees, a pop/disco group formed with brothers Barry and Maurice.

Song(s):
Gibb Brothers: Top 100 Songs


Billy Gibbons

Blues-rock singer/songwriter and guitarist born 12/16/1949 in Houston, Texas. With ZZ Top.


Arthur Gibbs & His Gang

Song(s):
Charleston (1924)


Georgia Gibbs

Pop musician born 8/17/1919 in Worcester, MA. Died 12/9/2006.

Song(s):
Kiss of Fire (1952)
Dance with me Henry (Wallflower) (1955)


Don Gibson

Country singer born 4/3/1928 in Shelby, NC. Died 11/17/2003.

Song(s):
Oh Lonesome Me (1958)
I Can't Stop Loving You (1958)


Walter Gieseking

Pianist.


Beniamino Gigli


Brantley Gilbert

Album(s):
Just As I Am (2014)


Davies Gilbert

Songs by Gilbert:
The First Noel (1823)


Kevin Gilbert

DMDB profile page

Neo-prog rock singer/songwriter and musician born 11/20/1966. Died 5/17/1996. Worked in groups NRG, Giraffe, and Toy Matinee ("Last Plane Out"). Was also a member of the Tuesday Night Music Club, who created Sheryl Crow's debut album of the same name.

Song(s):
Tired Old Man (1984)
There Was a Little Boy (1990) – see Toy Matinee
Blank Page (1990) – see Toy Matinee
Bitter Souvenir (1994)
Song for a Dead Friend (1995)
Kashmir (1995)
Certifiable #1 Smash (1996)
Suit Fugue (Dance of the A & R Men) (1996)

Album(s):
No Reasons Given (1984) – see NRG
Decent Exposure (1985)
Sometimes Why (1986)
Point Blank (1987)
Call Me Kai (archives box set: 1985-87, released 2021)
The Power of Suggestion (1988) – see Giraffe
The View from Here (1989) – see Giraffe
Toy Matinee (1990) – see Toy Matinee
Toy Matinee Acoustic (archives: 1990-91, released 2014) – see Toy Matinee
Live at the Roxy (live, 1991) – see Toy Matinee
Tuesday Night Music Club (1993) – see Sheryl Crow
Progfest '94: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (recorded live 1994) – see Giraffe
Thud (1995)
Live at the Troubadour/Welcome to Joytown (recorded live 1995)
The Shaming of the True (recorded 1996, released 2000)
The Kaviar Sessions (recorded 1996, released 2002)
Nuts (archives: 1984-96; released 2009)
Bolts (archives: 1984-96; released 2009)
Covers (archives: 1985-96, released 2021)


Paul Gilbert

Rock guitarist born 11/6/1966 in Carbondale, Illinois. With Racer X and Mr. Big. Also a solo artist.


Wolfe L. Gilbert


João Gilberto

Song(s):
Chega de Saudade (1958)
The Girl from Ipanema (1964) – see Stan Getz

Album(s):
Getz/Gilberto (1963) – see Stan Getz


Nick Gilder

Song(s):
Hot Child in the City (1978)


Mike Giles

Rock drummer with King Crimson.


Johnny Gill

Song(s):
Rub You the Right Way (1990)
My My My (1990)


Vince Gill

Country singer and musician born on 4/12/1957 in Norman, OK.

Song(s):
When I Call Your Name (1990)
Look at Us (1991)
I Still Believe in You (1992)
Go Rest High on That Mountain (1994)
Whenever You Come Around (1994)

Album(s):
I Still Believe in You (1992)
These Days (2006)


Ian Gillan

Rock singer with Deep Purple (69-73, 84-89, 92-98, 03-05, 13) and Black Sabbath (83).


Dizzy Gillespie

Jazz trumpeter, bandleader, singer, and composer born John Birks Gillespie on 10/21/1917 in Cheraw, SC. Died 1/6/1993.

Song(s):
Ko Ko (1945) – see Charlie Parker
Groovin' High (1945)
Salt Peanuts (1945)
I Can't Get Started (1945)
All the Things You Are (1945)
A Night in Tunisia (1946)
Manteca (1947)

Album(s):
The Complete RCA Victor Recordings (compilation: 1937-1949)
Jazz at Massey Hall (live, 1953) – see The Quintet


Haven Gillespie


Mickey Gilley

Country singer born on 3/9/1936 in Natchez, Mississippi.

Song(s):
Bring It on Home to Me (1976)
Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time (1976)

Album(s):
Gilley's Smoking (1976)


Patricia Gillmore

Songs(s):
The Carioca (1934) – see Enric Madriguera


Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs

Song(s):
Sugar Shack (1963)


Gilmore's Band

Song(s):
The Star-Spangled Banner (1892)


Patrick S. Gilmore


David Gilmour

Rock singer, songwriter, and guitarist born on 3/61946 in Cambridge, England. With Pink Floyd. Also a solo artist.

Song(s):
Pink Floyd et al: Top 100 Songs

Album(s):
Pink Floyd et al: Studio Albums Ranked


Norman Gimbel


Johnny Gimble


Giraffe

Check out DMDB actpage here.

Neo-prog band (1988-89) helmed by Kevin Gilbert.

Album(s):
The Power of Suggestion (1988)
The View from Here (1989)
Progfest '94: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (live, 1994)


Girls Aloud

Song(s):
The Promise (2008)


Gin Blossoms

Song(s):
'Til I Hear It from You (1995)
Follow You Down (1996)

Album(s):
New Miserable Experience (1992)


Will Glahe

Song(s):
Beer Barrel Polka (1939)


Tompall Glaser

Album(s):
Wanted! The Outlaws (1976) – see Waylon Jennings


Robert Glasper

Song(s):
Better Than I Imagined (with H.E.R. & Me'Shell Ndegeocello, 2020)

Album(s):
Black Radio (Robert Glasper Experiment, 2012)


Philip Glass

Classical composer born 1/31/1937 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Album(s):
Einstein on the Beach (1976)


Glass Animals

Song(s):
Heat Waves (2020)


Glass Tiger

Song(s):
Don't Forget Me When I'm Gone (1986)
Someday (1986)


Jackie Gleason

Album(s):
Music for Lovers Only (1952)


Glee Cast

Album(s):
Volume 3 Showstoppers (TV soundtrack: 2010)


Glee Club

Song(s):
Praise The Lord and Pass the Ammunition (1942) – see Kay Kyser


Gary Glitter

Song(s):
Rock 'N' Roll Part 2 (1972)
I Love You Love Me Love (1973)


Global Communication

Album(s):
76:14 (1997)


Henry Glover


Roger Glover

Rock bassist with Deep Purple (69-76, 84-98, 03-05, 13), Whitesnake (77), and Rainbow (79-83).


Alma Gluck

Song(s):
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (1915)
The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River) (with Efrem Zimbalist, 1915)
Listen to the Mocking Bird (aka "The Mocking Bird") (1916)


Christoph Willibald Gluck

Album(s):
Orfeo ed Euridice (Orpheus and Eurydice) (opera: 1762)
Iphigenie en Tauride (Pphigenia in Tauris) (opera: 1779)


Jess Glynne

Song(s):
Rather Be (2014) – see Clean Bandit
My Love (2014) – see Route 94
Hold My Hand (2015)
These Days (2018) – see Rudimental


Gnarls Barkley

Musical collaboration between Cee-Lo Green and Danger Mouse.

Song(s):
Crazy (2006)

Album(s):
St. Elsewhere (2006)


Gnash

Song(s):
I Hate U, Love U (with Olivia O'Brien, 2016)


Goanna

Song(s):
Solid Rock (1983)


Bob Goday

Song(s):
That Old Feeling (1937) – see Shep Fields
Thanks for the Memory (1937) – see Shep Fields


Arthur Godfrey

American DJ born 8/31/1903 in New York City, NY. Died 3/16/1983.


Godsmack

Song(s):
Speak (2006)


Francis Goelet


Gerry Goffin

Pop songwriter born 2/11/1939 in Brooklyn, NY. Died 6/9/2014. Married singer/songwriter Carole King in 1958. Wrote a number of hit songs together as one of the famous Brill building teams. Divorced in 1968.

Songs Written by Gerry Goffin:
Top 50 Songs
Will You Love Me Tomorrow (1960) – see the Shirelles
Up on the Roof (1962) – see the Drifters
The Loco-Motion (1962) – see Little Eva
You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman (1967) – see Aretha Franklin
The Loco-Motion (1974) – see Grand Funk Railroad
The Loco-Motion (1987) – see Kylie Minogue


The Go-Go's

Song(s):
Our Lips Are Sealed (1981)
We Got the Beat (1982)

Album(s):
Beauty and the Beat (1981)


Ernest Gold


Billy Golden


Turkey in the Straw (1891)
Bye Bye My Honey (1898)


Golden Earring

Song(s):
Radar Love (1973)


Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet

Song(s):
Rock My Soul (1938)


Golden Gate Orchestra

Song(s):
Charleston (1925)


Golden Gate Quartet

Song(s):
John the Revelator (1938)


Elliot Goldenthal

Classical composer of film and theatrical scores born 5/2/1954 in Brooklyn, NY. Won Oscar for Best Original Score for Frida in 2002.


Bobby Goldsboro

Pop/country singer born 1/18/1941 in Marianna, FL.

Song(s):
Honey (1968)


Jerry Goldsmith


Benny Golson

Jazz saxophonist, composer, and arranger born 1/25/1929 in Philadelphia, PA.


Gomez

Song(s):
See the World (2006)

Album(s):
Bring It On (1998)


Selena Gomez

Song(s):
We Don't Talk Anymore (2016) – see Charlie Puth
Wolves (with Marshmello, 2017)
It Ain't Me (2017) – see Kygo
Taki Taki (2018) – see DJ Snake


Gong

Album(s):
You (Radio Gnome Invisible Pt. 3) (1974)


Al Goodman


Benny Goodman

Jazz clarinetist and bandleader known as "The King of Swing" for ushering in more dance-oriented jazz, fueled by Fletcher Henderson's arrangements, which appealed to teens. Born Benjamin David Goodman on 5/30/1909 in Chicago, Illinois. Died 6/13/1986. Was in a band by age 14. Worked with Isham Jones, Ted Lewis, Red Nichols, Ben Pollack (25-29), and Ben Selvin. Formed his own band in 1934. He launched the careers of many other jazz musicians including guitarist Charlie Christian and drummer Gene Krupa and was one of the first to lead integrated jazz groups. His 1/16/1938 Carnegie Hall concert in New York is, as All Music Guide's Bruce Eder called it, "the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history."

Song(s):
Benny Goodman: Top 50 Songs
Moonglow (1934)
King Porter Stomp (1935)
These Foolish Things Remind Me of You (with Helen Ward, 1936)
Stompin' at the Savoy (1936)
Goody Goody (with Helen Ward, 1936)
The Glory of Love (with Helen Ward, 1936)
Goodnight My Love (with Ella Fitzgerald, 1937)
Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing) (1938)
This Can't Be Love (with Martha Tilton, from The Boys from Syracuse, 1938)
Don't Be That Way (1938)
And the Angels Sing (with Martha Tilton, 1939)
Taking a Chance on Love (with Helen Forrest, 1940)
Seven Come Eleven (1940)
Darn That Dream (with Mildred Bailey, 1940)
There'll Be Some Changes Made (with Louise Tobin, 1941)
Solo Flight (1941)
Jersey Bounce (with Peggy Lee, 1942)
Why Don't You Do Right? (with Peggy Lee, 1943)

Album(s):
The Complete Legendary 1938 Carnegie Hall Concert (live, recorded 1938; released 1950)
Very Best of (compilation: 1934-42; released 2000)


Delta Goodrem

Album(s):
Innocent Eyes (2003)


Goo Goo Dolls

Song(s):
Name (1995)
Iris

(1998)
Slide (1998)
Give a Little Bit (live, 2004)

Album(s):
Dizzy Up the Girl (1998)


Goombay Dance Band

Song(s):
Sun of Jamaica (1982)


GoonRock

Song(s):
Party Rock Anthem (2011) – see LMFAO


Barry Gordon

Song(s):
Nuttin' for Christmas (1955)


Dexter Gordon

Jazz saxophonist born 2/27/1923 in Los Angeles, CA. Died 4/25/1990.

Album(s):
Go! (1962)


Mack Gordon


Mike Gordon


Berry Gordy, Jr.

Record executive, producer, and songwriter born 11/28/1929 in Detroit, Michigan. As the founder of Motown Records, he launched and/or signed the Four Tops (1966's "Reach Out, I'll Be There"), Marvin Gaye (1969's "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"), the Jackson 5 (1970's "I Want You Back"), Michael Jackson (1972's "Ben"), Martha & the Vandellas (1964's "Dancing in the Street"), the Miracles (1965's "The Tracks of My Tears"), the Supremes (1965's "Stop! In the Name of Love"), the Temptations (1964's "My Girl"), and Stevie Wonder (1972's "Superstition").

Song(s):
Top 100 Motown Songs


Lesley Gore

Song(s):
It's My Party (1963)
You Don't Own Me (1963)


Gorillaz

Group led by Damon Albarn.

Song(s):
Damon Albarn: Top 50 Songs
Clint Eastwood (2001)
Feel Good Inc. (with De La Soul, 2005)
Dare (with Shaun Ryder, 2005)

Album(s):
Demon Days (2005)


Eydie Gormé

Adult contemporary singer born 8/16/1928 in Manhattan, NY. Died 8/10/2013.


Vern Gosdin

Country singer born 8/5/1934 in Woodland, AL. Died 4/28/2009.

Song(s):
Chiseled in Stone (1988)


Stone Gossard

Grunge-rock guitarist with the Ducky Boys, Green River (84-88), Lords of the Wasteland (88), Mother Love Bone (88-90), Temple of the Dog (90), Mookie Blaylock (90), and Pearl Jam (91-).


The Gossip

Song(s):
Standing in the Way of Control (2007)


Louis Gottschalk


Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald

– see Dr. Luke


Gotye

Song(s):
Somebody That I Used to Know (with Kimbra, 2011)


Barry Goudreau

Rock guitarist with Boston (76-78), Orion the Hunter (84), and RTZ (89-98).

Album(s):
Boston (1976) – see Boston
Don't Look Back (1978) – see Boston
Barry Goudreau (1980)
Orion the Hunter (1984) – see Orion the Hunter
Lost and Found (archives, 1989) – see RTZ
Return to Zero (1991) – see RTZ
Lost (1998) – see RTZ
Delp & Goudreau (with Brad Delp, 2004)


Bill Gould


Glenn Gould

Classical pianist born 9/25/1932 in Toronto, Ontario. Died 10/4/1982.


Morton Gould

Composer, conductor, arranger, and pianist born 12/10/1913 in Richmond, VA. Died 2/21/1996.


Ellie Goulding

Song(s):
Burn (2013)
How Long Will I Love You (2013)
Love Me Like You Do (2015)


Graham Gouldman


Robert Goulet

Singer born 11/26/1933 in Lawrence, MA. Died 10/30/2007.

Song(s):
If Ever I Would Leave You (from Camelot, 1960)


Charles Gounod

Song(s):
Ave Maria (1859) – see Johann Sebastian Bach
Ave Maria (1936) – see Marian Anderson

Album(s):
Faust (1859)


Charlie Gracie

Song(s):
Butterfly (1957)


Graduate

Ska-revival group from Bath, England. 1978-1981. Featured Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith who went on to form Tears for Fears.

Album(s):
Acting My Age (1980)


Bill Graham

Concert promoter born Wulf Wolodia Grajonca on 1/8/1931 in Berlin, Germany. Died 10/25/1991. Affiliated with the Fillmore Auditorium.


Larry Graham

R&B bassist born 8/14/1946. With Sly & the Family Stone and Graham Central Station.


Graham Central Station

Song(s):
The Jam (1976)


Lou Gramm

Rock singer/songwriter born Louis Andrew Grammatico on 5/2/1950 in Rochester, New York. With Foreigner (1977-1990, 1992-2003).


Rocco Granata

Song(s):
Marina (1959)


Grand Funk Railroad

Song(s):
We're an American Band (1973)
The Loco-Motion (1974)

Album(s):
We're an American Band (1973)


Ariana Grande

Pop singer/songwriter born Ariana Grande-Butera on 6/26/1993 in Boca Raton, Florida.

Song(s):
Santa Tell Me (2013)
Problem (with Iggy Azalea, 2014)
Break Free (with Zedd, 2014)
Bang Bang (2014) – see Jessie J
One Last Time (2014)
Side to Side (with Nicki Minaj, 2016)
No Tears Left to Cry (2018)
Thank U, Next (2018)
7 Rings (2019)
Stuck with You (with Justin Bieber, 2020)
Rain on Me (2020) – see Lady Gaga
Positions (2020)
Save Your Tears (2020) – see The Weeknd

Album(s):
Thank U, Next (2019)


Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five

Pioneering hip-hop group. First rap group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Grandmaster Flash was born Joseph Saddler on 1/1/1958 in Bridgetown, Barbardos.

Song(s):
The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel 1981)
The Message 1982)
White Lines (Don't Do It) (with Melle Mel, 1983)


Amy Grant

Christian/pop singer ("Baby Baby") born 11/25/1960 in Augusta, GA.

Song(s):
El Shaddai (1982)


Gogi Grant

Song(s):
The Wayward Wind (1956)


John Grant

Album(s):
Queen of Denmark (2010)


Peter Grant

Music manager for Led Zeppelin. Born 4/5/1935 in South Norwood, London, England. Died 11/21/1995.


Norman Granz

Record executive (Clef, Norgran, Down Home, Verve, Pablo) born 8/6/1918 in Los Angeles, CA. Died 11/22/2001.


Stéphane Grappelli

Jazz violinist born 1/26/1908 in Paris, France. Died 12/1/1997.

Song(s):
Djangology (1935) – see Django Reinhardt
Nuages (1946) – see Django Reinhardt


The Grass Roots

Song(s):
Let's Live for Today (1967)


The Grateful Dead

Legendary psychedelic-rock band formed in San Francisco, CA. Incessant touring band with loyal followers known as Deadheads. Weir and Mydland were in Bobby & the Midnites together. Weir, Lesh, & Hart also formed The Other Ones. Active: 1965-1995 Members: Jerry Garcia (v/g: 66-95), Bob Weir (rhythm g: 66-95), Ron "Pigpen" McKeman (organ, harmonica: 66-73), Phil Lesh (b), Bill Kreutzmann (d), Mickey Hart (d: 68-71,75-95), Tom Constanten (k: 68-70), Keith Godchaux (piano: 72-79), Donna Godchaux (backing v: 72-79), Brent Mydland (k: 79-90)

Song(s):
Dark Star (1968)
China Cat Sunflower (1969)
Truckin' (1970)
Uncle John's Band (1970)
Friend of the Devil (1970)
Sugar Magnolia (1970)

Album(s):
Anthem of the Sun (1968)
Live/Dead (live, 1969)
Aoxomoxoa (1969)
Workingman's Dead (1970)
American Beauty (1970)
Barton Hall Concert at Cornell University (live, 1977)


David Gray

Song(s):
Babylon (2000)
The One I Love (2005)
You're the World to Me (2007)
Fugitive (2009)

Album(s):
White Ladder (1999)


Dobie Gray

Song(s):
Drift Away (1973)


Glen Gray

Jazz/big band leader born Glenn Gray Knoblauch on 6/7/1906 (some sources say 1900) in Roanoka, IL. Died 8/23/1963. With the Casa Loma Orchestra.

Song(s):
Blue Moon (with Kenny Sargent, 1935)
When I Grow Too Old to Dream (with Kenny Sargent, 1935)


My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) (with Eugenie Baird, 1943)


Henry Gray


Macy Gray

Album(s):
On How Life Is (1999)


A Great Big World

Song(s):
Say Something (with Christina Aguilera, 2013)


Great White

Song(s):
Rock Me (1987)
Once Bitten Twice Shy (1989)


Adolph Green

Songwriter born 12/2/1914 in the Bronx, NY. Died 10/23/2002.

Song(s):
New York, New York (from On the Town, 1949) – see Gene Kelly
The Party's Over (Judy Holliday, from Bells Are Ringing, 1956) – see Jule Styne

Album(s):
Wonderful Town (musical: 1953) – see Leonard Bernstein
Hallelujah, Baby! (musical: 1968) – see Jule Styne
Will Rogers Follies (musical: 1991) – see Cy Coleman


Al Green

Soul singer/songwriter born Albert Leornes Greene on 4/13/1946 in Forrest City, Arkansas. To Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1959. First recorded for Fargo in 1960. Worked with The Creations (64-67) and the Soul Mates (67-68) before going solo (69-). Wrote most of his songs. Returned to gospel music in 1980.

Song(s):
Let's Stay Together (1971)
Tired of Being Alone (1971)
Take Me to the River (1974)
Love and Happiness (1977)
Put a Little Love in Your Heart (with Annie Lennox, 1988)

Album(s):
Let's Stay Together (1972)
I'm Still in Love with You (1972)
Call Me (1973)
Greatest Hits (compilation: 1971-73, released 1975)
The Supreme Al Green (1992)


Bud Green


Cee-Lo Green

R&B singer. Half of Gnarls Barkley ("Crazy") and rap duo Goodie Mob.

Song(s):
Crazy (2006) – see Gnarls Barkley
< a href="http://davesmusicdatabase.blogspot.com/2011/03/cee-lo-green-peaks-at-2-with-fuck-you.html">Fuck You (aka "Forget You") (2010)
Fool for You (with Melanie Fiona, 2011)


Green Day

Punk-rock trio formed in Berkeley, CA. Active: 1988- Members: Billie Joe Armstrong (v, g), Mike "Dirnt" Pritchard (b), Al Sobrante (d: 89-90), John Kiftmeyer (d: 90), Frank "Tre Cool" Wright (d: 90-).

Song(s):
Longview (1994)
Basket Case/Jaded (1994)
When I Come Around (1994)
Welcome to Paradise (1994)
Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) (1997)
American Idiot (2004)
Boulevard of Broken Dreams (2004)
Wake Me Up When September Ends (2004)
Holiday (2004)
The Saints Are Coming (2006) – see U2
Know Your Enemy (2009)
Bang Bang (2016)
Still Breathing (2016)

Album(s):
Dookie (1994)
American Idiot (2004)
21st Century Breakdown (2009)
American Idiot (musical: 2010)


Joe Green's Novelty Orchestra

Song(s):
In the Valley of the Moon (1933)


John Green


Johnny Green's Orchestra

Song(s):
I Get a Kick Out of You (1935) – see Ethel Merman
Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails (1935) – see Fred Astaire
The Way You Look Tonight (1936) – see Fred Astaire
A Fine Romance (A Sarcastic Love Song) (1936) – see Fred Astaire
They Can't Take That Away from Me (1937) – see Fred Astaire


Peter Green

Blues-rock guitarist born Peter Greenbaum on 10/29/1946 in Bethnal Green, London, England. Died 7/25/2020. With Shotgun Express (66), John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (66-67), and Fleetwood Mac (1967-70). Also recorded solo.


Roger Greenaway


Norman Greenbaum

Song(s):
Spirit in the Sky (1970)


Florence Greenberg


Jack Greene

Song(s):
There Goes My Everything (1967)
All the Time (1967)

Album(s):
There Goes My Everything (1967)


Howard Greenfield

Songwriter who worked in the legendary Brill Building, known for housing some of pop music history's most successful songwriters and publishers.


Ellie Greenwich

Pop songwriter and record producer born 10/23/1940 in Brookly, NY. Died 8/26/2009. She and husband Jeff Barry were one of the famous Brill Building songwriting teams. Discovered Neil Diamond. Click here for a detailed list of songs which Greenwich wrote or co-wrote, produced, or recorded.

Song(s) She Wrote or Co-Wrote:
Top 30 Songs
Be My Baby (1963) – see the Ronettes
Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home) (1963) – see Crystals
Leader of the Pack (1964) – see the Shangri-La's
Do Wah Diddy Diddy (1964) – see Manfred Mann
Chapel of Love (1964) – see the Dixie Cups
River Deep, Mountain High (1966) – see Tina Turner


Colin Greenwood

Alternative-rock bassist born 6/26/1969 in Oxford, England. With Radiohead.


Jonny Greenwood

Rock guitarist and songwriter born 11/5/1971 in Oxford, England. With Radiohead.


Lee Greenwood

Song(s):
God Bless the U.S.A. (1984)


Johnny Greer

Song(s):
Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails (1935) – see Fred Astaire
The Way You Look Tonight (1936) – see Fred Astaire
A Fine Romance (A Sarcastic Love Song) (1936) – see Fred Astaire
Let's Face the Music and Dance (1936) – see Fred Astaire
They Can't Take That Away from Me (1937) – see Fred Astaire


Harry Gregson-Williams


Greta Van Fleet

Album(s):
From the Fires (2017)
Anthem of the Peaceful Army (2018)


Grey

Song(s):
The Middle (2018) – see Zedd


Jimmie Grier

Song(s):
Shadow Waltz (1933) – see Bing Crosby
Little Dutch Mill (1934) – see Bing Crosby


Ken Griffin

Song(s):
You Can't Be True, Dear (1948)


Marcia Griffiths

Song(s):
Electric Slide (Electric Boogie) (1990)


Grimes

Song(s):
Oblivion (2012)

Album(s):
Art Angels (2015)


Ferde Grofé

Classical composer (Grand Canyon Suite) born Ferdinand Rudolph von Grofé on 3/27/1892 in New York City, NY. Died 4/3/1972.


Dave Grohl

Rock musician born 1/14/1969 in Springfield, VA. Played drums with Nirvana and singer with Foo Fighters.

Song(s):
Smells Like Teen Spirit (1991) – see Nirvana
Come As You Are (1992) – see Nirvana
Lithium (1992) – see Nirvana
Heart-Shaped Box (1993) – see Nirvana
All Apologies (1993) – see Nirvana
Big Me (1996) – see Foo Fighters
Monkey Wrench (1997) – see Foo Fighters
Everlong (1997) – see Foo Fighters
Learn to Fly (1999) – see Foo Fighters
Walk (2011) – see Foo Fighters
Cut Me Some Slack (2013) – see Paul McCartney

Album(s):
Nevermind (1991) – see Nirvana
In Utero (1993) – see Nirvana
MTV Unplugged in New York (live, 1993) – see Nirvana
Foo Fighters (1995) – see Foo Fighters
There is Nothing Left to Lose (1999) – see Foo Fighters
One by One (2002) – see Foo Fighters
Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (2007) – see Foo Fighters
Wasting Light (2011) – see Foo Fighters


Albert Grossman

Music manager for Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, and the Band. Born 5/21/1926 in Chicago, Illinois. Died1/25/1986.


Grouplove

Song(s):
Tongue Tied (2011)
Ways to Go (2013)


Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers

Song(s):
That's What Makes Us Great (with Bruce Springsteen, 2017)


Vince Guaraldi

Jazz pianist.

Song(s):
Christmas Time Is Here (1965)

Album(s):
A Charlie Brown Christmas (TV soundtrack: 1965)


John Guare

Album(s):
Two Gentlemen of Verona (musical: 1971) – see Galt MacDermot


Gucci Mane

Song(s):
Black Beatles (2016) – see Rae Sremmurd


Juna Luis Guerra


Eduardo "Lalo" Guerrero


The Guess Who

Song(s):
These Eyes (1969)
No Time (1969)
American Woman (1970)
No Sugar Tonight (1970)
Share the Land (1970)


David Guetta

Song(s):
Sexy Bitch (aka "Sexy Chick") (with Akon, 2009)
Titanium (with Sia, 2011)
Hey Mama (with Nicki Minaj & Afrojack, 2015)


Guided by Voices

Album(s):
Bee Thousand (1994)


Guns N' Roses

Los Angeles-based hard rock group who achieved monstrous success in the 1980s with their debut album, Appetite for Destruction. Released a follow-up double-album (Use Your Illusions I & II) and a covers album, but imploded by the mid-1990s. Everyone left the group but Axl Rose, who finally released a moderately well received follow-up album 15 years later. Active: 1986- Members: W. Axl Rose (v: 86-), Saul "Slash" Hudson (g: 86-95), Izzy Stradlin (g: 86-91), Michael "Duff" McKagan (b: 86-95), Steven Adler (d: 86-90), Matt Sorum (d: 90-95), Dizzy Reed (k: 90-94, 99-), Gilby Clarke (g: 91-94). Slash also formed Slash's Snakepit with Sorum and Clarke. Slash, McKagan, and Sorum later formed Velvet Revolver. Robin Finck (g: 99), Tommy Stinson (b: 99-), Paul Tobias (99), Josh Freese (d: 99), Buckethead (g: ?-04), Bumblefoot (g: 04-), Frank Ferrer (d: ?), Chris Pitman (k), Bryan Mantia (d).

Song(s):
Welcome to the Jungle (1987)
Sweet Child O' Mine (1987)
Paradise City (1987)
Nightrain (1987)
Patience (1988)
Civil War (1990)
November Rain (1991)

Album(s):
Appetite for Destruction (1987)
GN'R Lies (1988)
Appetite for Destruction: Locked and Loaded Edition (box set: 1986-88, released 2018)
Use Your Illusion I (1991)
Use Your Illusion II (1991)
The Spaghetti Incident? (1993) covers
Greatest Hits (compilation: 1987-94, released 2004)
Chinese Democracy (2008)
Not in This Lifetime: Live in Tokyo (live, 2017)


Peter Guralnick


Arlo Guthrie

Folk singer and son of Woody Guthrie.

Song(s):
Alice's Restaurant Massacre (1967)
City of New Orleans (1972)


Gwen Guthrie

Song(s):
Ain't Nothing Goin' on But the Rent (1986)


Woody Guthrie

Folk singer and guitarist born Woodrow Wilson Guthrie on 7/14/1912 in Okemah, OK. Died 10/3/1967. Father of singer Arlo Guthrie.

Song(s):
Pretty Boy Floyd (1939)
Pastures of Plenty (1941)
This Land Is Your Land (1944)

Album(s):
Dust Bowl Ballads (1940)
Library of Congress Recordings (1964)


Guy

Song(s):
Groove Me (1988)
Teddy's Jam (1988)

Album(s):
Guy (1988)


Buddy Guy

Blues guitarist and singer born George Guy on 7/30/1936 in Lettsworth, LA.

Song(s):
Messin' with the Kid (1970) – see Junior Wells
Damn Right I've Got the Blues (1991)


A Guy Called Gerald

Song(s):
Voodoo Ray (1988)


Gym Class Heroes

Song(s):
Cupid's Chokehold/Breakfast in America (with Patrick Stump, 2006)


GZA/Genius

Album(s):
Liquid Swords (1995)


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