Oh my god, man,"Imagine This" is FABULOUS ! Really, really impressive, even by your high standards. Everyone I've played it for is crazy about it, and they want to know WHERE THEY CAN BUY IT! Your singing and playing is magical, as expected, but the arrangements are so dense, so deep, so thoroughly inventive, it's mind-boggling! And the fact that your production meshes so well with Walter's is no mean feat. I love what he did with Crossroads, but I'm also in love with "So Good" and "Trouble". Beautiful, my man, just beautiful ! Anything I can do on this end, anything, to help get the word out, spread the gospel, please enlist me in the cause. You're (still) my hero, and this is a monumental piece of work. It deserved the largest audience you can reach. Fire up the team! Saddle the horses! We're ridin' tonight! I love you, you big mug! xoxo, Marky"
-Mark T.Jordan - keyboardist extra-ordinaire
— [personal email]
"On The Jimi Project, far from simply rehashed and re-arranged versions of Jimi's best work, Phil has spent the past three years creating this masterpiece, which features Jimmy Haslip on bass (The Yellowjackets) and Gary Novak on drums (Chick Corea, Alanis Morisette). Brilliant on so many levels, it is destined to become legendary"
" The sound dynamic of your 'Cruel Inventions' and Hendrix recordings is awesome as everyone seems to be realizing. When I played your version of 'I Don't Live Today', everyone was AMAZED! After hearing you, all the musicians who was playing that guitar and singing 'If Six Was Nine' on the show. Every class player that hears the tracks knows you have IT! (Be flattered, we are all good in our way and hard to impress!)
"...working with Eric Clapton for over 25 years...Phil Brown goes somewhere with his guitar tones...
'Heaven' kills me...really!"
(E.C.'s guitar tech), London
"Hi Pete, thanks for having me on the show and by the way, Phil Brown is the coolest Hendrix interpreter I've ever heard! Tatty- Bye for now"
(Yardbird's guitarist), London
"Is this the record of the year? This is Jimi/Phil; something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. No CD of the last 12 years so many listeners to " Mick Martin's Blues Party" to plead,
'What is that? Who is that and where can I get it...NOW?!'
(Sacramento/KUOP, Stockton/KKTO, Tahoe City-Reno/KXJS, Sutter/KNQC