Gary Lucas   press quotes  


The Ordeal of Civility
(Gary Lucas & Gods and Monsters)
Spanish-language "Dracula"
Rishte
(with Najma Akhtar)
Waxed Oop
(Fast 'N' Bulbous)
Beyond the Pale
(Gary Lucas Vs The Dark Poets)
Coming Clean
(Gary Lucas & Gods and Monsters)
Pork Chop Blue Around the Rind
(Fast 'N' Bulbous)
The Universe of Absence (with Jozef Van Wissem)
Operators Are Standing By
Diplopia
(with Jozef Van Wissem)
Songs to No One (with Jeff Buckley)
The Edge of Heaven
No Knowledge of Music Required
Street of Lost Brothers
Level the Playing Field
Improve the Shining Hour
@Paradiso
Busy Being Born
Evangeline
Bad Boys of the Arctic
Gods and Monsters
Skeleton at the Feast
Live Performances
"The Golem"
Work with Captain Beehfheart
 
Skeleton at the Feast FOR SKELETON AT THE FEAST:

"A TRUE AXE GOD...excellent."
MELODY MAKER, UK, 12/91

"A FLUID COMMAND OF THE BLUES, PSYCHEDELIA AND MEDITATIVE FOLK-PICKING – RECOMMENDED."
ROLLING STONE, 8/91

"5 STARS...Guitarist Gary Lucas...has advanced on traditional Delta blues as well as the high psychedelic ripping fever of Jimi Hendrix."
MUSIK EXPRESS, Germany, 9/91

"AN ALBUM OF GREAT VALUE...Lucas has achieved excellence."
ALTERNATIVE PRESS, 12/91

"AN INSPIRATION to good guitarists, an awesome deterrent to the cack-handed, and a rare phantasmagoria to even the most amateur of listeners. 4 STARS."
Q MAGAZINE, UK, 12/91

"IF MUSIC IS NARRATIVE WITHOUT WORDS, GARY LUCAS IS ABOUT AS ELOQUENT AS YOU CAN GET."
ROCKPOOL, 11/91

"PACKED TO BURSTING, and surprisingly consistent fun."
THE WIRE MAGAZINE, UK, 9/91

"ALMIGHTY GUITAR MAGICIAN...Those who love guitaristic fireworks will find a lot of pleasure in it."
NRC HANDELSBLAD, Netherlands, 5/91

"A POSTMODERN GENIUS...Seldom has the electric guitar been so electric, seldom has the electric guitar been so much a guitar."
SPEX, Germany, 9/91

"LUCAS IS A MASTER on acoustic and electric guitar: a virtuoso who made about every style of the American tradition his own..."
DE VOLKSKRANT, Netherlands, 5/91
CMJ Jackpot Pick; Best Albums of 1991, Folk Roots (UK) and Prinz (Germany)

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