"…it is a rare thing when stuff this direct and wonderful pops out of the woodwork."
BRAVEAR Volume 3 Issue 5 1986 (page 52)
BEAT HAPPENING review by Greg Freeman
- Greg Freeman’s review of the FEELIES' The Good Earth from the same page is very popular! It is here for you to peruse - at your leisure of course.
- Greg Freeman’s review of MOFUNGO’s Messenger Dogs Of The Guides from the same page is not as popular, but is also here.
Magazine of the Syd Barrett Appreciation Society
"In a stellar interview with No-Neck Blues Band’s Keith Connolly, the former Harry Pussy guitarist essentially spells out his M.O.: “My desire to do non-blues material owes a lot to reading [Elijah Wald’s book on Robert Johnson, Escaping the Delta] and realizing that what we think of as the blues is a fiction and just how messed up our ideas about authenticity are.” Since his return to music a few years ago as a slack-tuned, four-string wildman, Bill Orcutt has reinvigorated and befuddled our ideas about the guitar. And on A History of Every One, he takes novelty songs, work hollers, Disney tunes and hymns, and skewers them to his skittering, frenzied style. A History of Every One forces us to question what we know of these original melodies and intents, yet teases out the phrases we often miss in shards and slides.”Lars Gotrich writing about "A History of Every One" on NPR.org
“I used to think that I could never lose anyone if I photographed them enough. In fact, my pictures show me how much I’ve lost.”