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Gorden Campbell ft. Gene Noble – Too Many Lost

After 20 years on the road performing with acts like Earth Wind & Fire, Mary J. Blige, Jessica Simpson and many more, master drummer Gorden Campbell’s next step was naturally to record his own album. Conversations is set for release in 2020 – but first Campbell brings a timely and powerful first single to the world that speaks to the issues of today.

Too Many Lost, featuring Grammy Nominated singer-songwriter Gene Noble, was inspired by yet another news story of an unarmed teen losing his life to a bullet.

Too Many Lost is written By Gorden Campbell, Gene Noble & Scott St. Patrick
Produced by Gorden Campbell
Drums: Gorden Campbell
Bass: Gorden Campbell
Keys: Gorden Campbell
Guitar: Jairus “J.Mo” Mozee
Percussion: Taku Hirano
String arrangement: Matt Jones
Strings: Matt Jones Orchestra
Additional programming: Gorden Campbell
Mixed by: Kevin KD Davis & Erik Zobler

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