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He was the superstar who topped the UK and US single charts in the 70s with songs of endearing tunefulness, unabashed sentiment and existentialist musings. Official Website Facebook Twitter. He moved to Swindon, England with his family aged 7 and after a formal education became a student at Swindon Art College, specializing in graphic design. Calling himself Gilbert, with a very distinctive image, two singles released by CBS Records and one with the Major Minor label, got little attention. Undeterred, he sent a demo tape to Gordon Mills, the man behind Tom Jones and Engelbert Humperdinck, who impressed with his song writing, became his manager. More hit singles and a debut album Himself followed.
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Released as a single, it spent two weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart in April ,  was also a number-one hit in Ireland and was a top-ten hit in the United States and Canada. The song was originally used by O'Sullivan as a piano warm-up tune,  but was eventually extended into a full song and released as a single; O'Sullivan recorded and released the song as a change from his more melancholy pieces. Believed to be an order from O'Sullivan to his dog "Get Down! The song was used in the film The Harry Hill Movie. This song, along with another one of O'Sullivan's songs, " Alone Again Naturally ", were featured as the opening and ending for episode 24 of the Japanese anime hit Maison Ikkoku. At the time, O'Sullivan was signed to production company Kitty Film 's associated record label, Kitty Records, which wanted to use the anime's popularity as a way to promote the singer's career in Japan. According to series director Kazuo Yamazaki , the reason the songs were dropped after only one episode was that they were unpopular with viewers; due to copyright issues, they were not included on the English-language American release of the anime, replaced by the previously used Japanese theme songs.
Play "Get Down" on Amazon Music. The person who wrote this comment must have been on some very powerful substance. Seems very unlikely that a person of his talent would write and sing about a dog. I can remember when the song came out ,I still have the original LP. Ps stay off the silly fags for a bit.
Get Down - Drum Backing Track - Gilbert O'Sullivan
Pan's People: Get Down / Gilbert O'Sullivan (TOTP, 25 December 1973)
"Get Down" is a song by Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan, from his album I'm a Writer, Not a Fighter. Released as a single, it spent two weeks at the .
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