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"…a splendid baritone voice that recalls Elvis and a less twisted Nick Cave… Gammage shies away from orthodoxy… the swampy "See How We Roll", the atmospheric "Lay Me Down Low", or the robust "Kills Me When You’re Gone", keep the faith, and are not only good, but have the song craftsman’s touch…"
"This is not a pure blues, this is not a pure blues rock, but rather the music of a man (Gammage) who is obviously very strongly rooted in the soul of the blues."
“#10. Adventures In Bluesland – Phil Gammage – A New Wave stalwart continues his career trajectory through Americana to an East Coasts rock and blues sound uniquely his own. Add to that one of the best rock and roll singing voices you’ll hear and a mean harp, Gammage’s album stands as an organic response to synthetic emotions.”
“I am discussing Phil Gammage’s sweeping modern blues and rock album, which owes so much to everyone one from Presley to Leadbelly but sound not quite like any of them ….it is really about Phil’s wonderful singing... He is a one man million dollar quartet and this is an adventure not to be missed.”
“Gammage has delivered an album that is an infectious, perfectly paced and varied exploration of the most American of musical forms. It captures a band that sounds like they’ve been playing in smoke-filled basement joints since the age of the Beats.”