Phil’s new music video for his song “Lost in Loserville” premiered at the influential music website Popdose. Filmed on outdoor locations and at the Green Kill artists space in Kingston, N.Y.
“His new video for “Lost in Loserville” finds Gammage channeling some major Woodstock (the city, not the festival) vibes – and not just because it was filmed in the Hudson Valley. The visuals were inspired by Elliot Landy’s iconic photos of the Band, and the washed-out imagery of Gammage performing outdoors complements the song’s folksy, chugging rhythm like something out of another era.”
Phil plays three songs from his album Used Man For Sale plus his song “Waiting For My Baby.” Just in time for the holiday season.
One voice, one acoustic guitar, and one harmonica. Recorded live with no studio enhancements. Raw, naked, and real. Phil Gammage’s performance October 20, 2016 on the Rock ‘n Soul show at Little Water Radio studios at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan, New York City.
Attention Recording Academy members. Used Man For Sale has been submitted for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards™ in two categories. Best Americana Album, and Best American Roots Song (Arms of a Kind Woman). We are humbled, and would sure appreciate your vote.
Phil Gammage’s critically acclaimed album Used Man For Sale is now available exclusively through Bandcamp. CD or download with bonus songs. European orders please go directly through Continental Record Services.
“Used Man For Sale is Gammage’s modern day masterpiece.” No Depression
“…a sophisticated savvy that invokes feelings of lonely comfort. Gammage has written a classic.” The Rock Rag
“…his roots-laced style shines through and takes center stage on ‘Arms of a Kind Woman’” (song). Paste Magazine
“….the sheer quality of musicianship displayed on tracks like “Arms of a Kind Woman” and really the album at large is exceptional.” Vancouver Weekly(Canada)
U.S and Canadian residents ONLY can get a signed copy from Bandcamp. Europe orders are handled by Continental Record Services click HERE. Signature not available for Europe at this time…sorry!
I’m spending the summer months putting the finishing touches on my latest solo album. Ten new songs, all written by me titled Used Man For Sale.
The songs blues-based, with a few conjuring 1960’s-era country and lounge stylings. I wrote all of them in the past year or two. Most I’ve performed live in some fashion the with various collaborators. This is more of a “songwriter driven” albums than my previous efforts. The arrangements are simple and so is the production. The songs are recorded honestly with no studio gimmickry.
I’ve got some great musicians playing on it — Frank DiNunzio II – standup bass; Johnny Young – keys/piano; Kevin Tooley – drums; and Michele Butler singing harmonies. Tracking was done at 30 Below Studio in NYC with Brent McLaghlian and Kevin Tooley’s studio. Kevin is producing and mixing.
In addition, I’ve been collaborating with the fine folks at PreFab International Cine on some music videos for some of the album’s songs. We recently finished a shoot for “The Arms of a Kind Woman” and editing is nearly finished. It was shot on location in the Manhattanville and Tribeca neighborhoods in New York. Big thanks to my pal Mike Rimbaud for assisting us at the Tribeca recently.
All of these new recordings and videos will be unleashed on the world in due time… probably the fall of 2016 or winter 2017.
In mid-May, I returned again to 30 Below Studio in New York to continue tracking on my latest recording project. It’s shaping up to be ten new songs — all originals of mine, and I hope it is released before the end of the year. It’s a true solo album… I’m playing most of the instruments. The songs I’ve written are in the singer-songwriter style with a definite nod to blues. There’s some pop, lounge, and country in the mix too. One of the songs was compared to a Glenn Campbell tune by a musician friend of mine when I played it at a recent acoustic solo show!
Working with me on the project are Kevin Tooley (drums), Frank DiNunzio III (bass, backing vocals), Michele Butler (backing vocals), and of course the brilliant engineer Brent McLachlan. Patric Roes the world class bass player from Holland stopped by the studio to say hello too. He’s visiting New York from Europe and playing bass with Frank at a showcase gig here.
More info soon…
“Lost in Loserville”. Watch the official video.
Phil Gammage music sampler. Listen.
A selection of songs from various Phil Gammage releases.