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Giveaway

by Phil Gammage

Phil Gammage returns with "Giveaway" and his song style reviewed by Trouser Press as "underwrought darkside Americana echoing Nick Cave's fascinations minus the melodrama. Which might well make Gammage this generation's Hank Williams."
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American musician Phil Gammage has recorded and performed internationally with numerous music projects and he returns with a stunning new song "Giveaway". It is an evoking and moody piece that recalls the Trouser Press' review of Gammage's solo albums with the legendary French label New Rose Records (Alex Chilton, Gun Club, The Replacements, Alejandro Escovedo, etc.) as "underwrought darkside Americana echoing Nick Cave's fascinations minus the melodrama. Which might well make Gammage this generation's Hank Williams."


A quote from Phil himself...
"Giveaway' is a return to the song style of my albums from the 90s with New Rose Records. Those albums like 'Kneel to the Rising Sun' now have a cult following and I'm very comfortable in writing, recording, and singing those kind of songs. This particular tune deals with alot of things... the afterlife, the antebellum South, an extremely ill close friend of mine... and it is also an homage to my work on those New Rose albums."


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