Phil Gammage Adventures in Bluesland album Reviewed in Bucketfull of Brains issue #82, April 2014.
Read the complete review prefabgroup.com/bucketfullreview. For details on ordering the magazine/ subscription: http://bucketfullofbrains.blogspot.com/"Across thirteen tracks of tastefully chosen covers and originals that don’t falter in their company, Gammage has delivered an album that is an infectious, perfectly paced and varied exploration of the most American of musical forms.  The sleeve depicting a blurred neon street scene evokes the Village of the early 60s and sets the mood  before his rich Presleyish baritone sucks you into a world of desperate romantics, spurned lovers and lonesome drifters."

Phil Gammage Adventures in Bluesland album Reviewed in Bucketfull of Brains issue #82, April 2014.

Read the complete review prefabgroup.com/bucketfullreview. For details on ordering the magazine/ subscription: http://bucketfullofbrains.blogspot.com/

"Across thirteen tracks of tastefully chosen covers and originals that don’t falter in their company, Gammage has delivered an album that is an infectious, perfectly paced and varied exploration of the most American of musical forms.  The sleeve depicting a blurred neon street scene evokes the Village of the early 60s and sets the mood  before his rich Presleyish baritone sucks you into a world of desperate romantics, spurned lovers and lonesome drifters."

http://www.rythmes-croises.org/ethnotempos/articles.item.849/phil-gammage-adventures-in-bluesland.html

Another European review for the new Adventures in Bluesland album and it’s a good one.

"Ce disque est un saisissant voyage dans l’americana sous toutes ces formes, le rock’n’roll, la musique traditionnelle folk, la country et surtout le blues, que GAMMAGE affectionne tant."
 
"Gammage has shaped wonderful songs of American music for this album and makes it a tribute to the blues, both intense and very aesthetic."

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