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G Tom Mac

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Cry Little Sister (Original Lost Boys Film Version) G Tom Mac 04:45
Half G Tom Mac Aka Gerard McMahon 03:32
Cry Little Sister (2008 CaveClub Video Mix - Lost Boys The Tribe G Tom Mac 04:01
Soul I Bare G Tom Mac 05:53
What Is Truth? G Tom Mac 03:56
Groove At the End of the World G Tom Mac 03:40
All The Rage G Tom Mac 04:12
Cry Little Sister - Instrumental Score G Tom Mac 01:42
Cry Little Sister (Theatrical Remix) G Tom Mac 04:51
Cry Little Sister - Blood Swamp Version G Tom Mac 04:13

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Film and TV music maestro Gerard Thomas McMahon – also known as Gerard McMann and G Tom Mac – has worked on everything from Dawson's Creek and Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Crossing Jordan and Ed. In 1987, McMann wrote and performed "Cry Little Sister"; the soul-stirring goth-rock centerpiece in Joel Schumacher's iconic 1987 horror movie The Lost Boys for which he is best known. Born in Birmingham, England, McMann emigrated to the US aged 11 and settled in Wichita, Kansas. He began immersing himself in music as a teenager in the Midwest and recorded the "Don't Ever Leave Me" single with his band The Strangers, before relocating to Boulder, Colorado and taking up a position at the city's university. In 1971, McMann upped sticks to New York where he became a session musician. He began creating music for TV commercials and crafting scores for Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) projects, which would set the ball rolling for his future career in film. After moving back to Boulder and forming the band Gerard, with whom he released two albums and a single in 1976, McMann moved to Los Angeles where he kick-started his own recording career. With his band Kid Lightning in tow, he released 1981 album Blue Rue and began building up his solo repertoire, both as Gerard McMahon and Gerard McMann. During the 1980s, he also wrote songs for films, including The Lonely GuyGrandview, USA and Hardbodies. During the 1990s, McMann contributed music to a number of movies, including 1995's Born To Be Wild. He released various singles under the G Tom Mac alias in the 2000s, including 2017's Keep Your Eyes on the Prize."