Welcome to Martin Gordon’s official website

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Fishy!

Thanks For All the FishThe new album from Martin Gordon is out! To the soundtrack of Thanks For All the Fish and narrowly avoiding rafts of rotting plastic bags and discarded reality TV stars, Percy the puffin purposely makes his way from the planet. Read all about it! See all about it! Hear all about it! Feel all about it! Get fishy with it! Read on…


Who is Martin Gordon?

Martin Gordon & 4003 in 2014

MG & 4003 in 21st century

Bassist, composer, producer, incredulous bystander, wilful participant, personal friend of James Bond. Thrown out of Sparks, rejected by Jet, discarded by Radio Stars, spurned by the Rolling Stones, sneered at by Primal Scream, belittled by Kylie Minogue, ignored by Blur and accused of being a fashion victim by Boy George, his career has been a complete failure. Or maybe you’d care to stop by the alternative biog?


Solo releases

Martin Gordon’s solo career began with the release of the first part of the Mammal Trilogy ‘The Baboon in the Basement’ in 2003. Since then, he has not looked back, although he will not say why. The sixth and final part of the trilogy (‘Include Me Out’) was released in 2013. Some people say it was released on April Fool’s Day, but that’s what some people would say, isn’t it? Here’s an album overview and a view of the simultaneously-published lyric book which covers Gordon’s entire career to date. More recently, Gilbert & Sullivan, Brexit and Donald Trump have been on the agenda. And on March 1st 2018, the next installment of the Post-Mammal Era (PME) emerged blinking into the fishy sunlight.

Here’s more action on the official Radiant Future  Martin Gordon's You Tube channel logo channel.

Communications

A newsletter will occasionally drop into your virtual mailbox if there’s anything of interest going on. You gotta be able to read, though. Perhaps your cellmate can spell out the phonemes for you. You can leave us a note below, to which we will immediately respond. Do you envy those who seem to have permanent and intimate connections to trend-mongers? You know what to do…. Sign up for the newsletter. And feel free to comment appropriately, or even inappropriately,  on anything you stumble across.

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42 thoughts on “Welcome to Martin Gordon’s official website

  1. Duncan Fitzpoofter

    Hi Martin! This fishy dancing I’ve heard so much about, can you please tell us when it originated? Also, on Kimono My House, happily, I don’t recall any fishy bass playing. Very good!

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    1. Brian Busstop

      Ah, Mr Fitzpoofter, nice to hear from you! Are you by any chance connected to the Carlisle Fitzpoofters? I hope not, for your sake.

      The fishy dancing to which you refer – I believe it was first developed in the little-known region of London’s Shepherds Bush, in the 1990s. Little more is known about it, thankfully, other than that it is often accompanied by circular arm movements. The exact meaning of the arm movements remains a mystery.

      I understand that absolutely no research upon these movements is currently being undertaken, so they will no doubt continue to baffle for some considerable time.

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