Americana Highways brings you this video premiere of Phil Gammage’s song “Lady Luck.” The song will be available on November 16 on Aldora Britain Records. It was produced by Tony Mann; engineered by Brent McLachlan, Tony Mann, and Phil Gammage; and recorded at 30 Below Recording in New York, NY. Musicians on the track are Phil Gammage on vocals, guitar, bass, and drums; Tony Mann on percussion; and Michele Butler on backing vocals.
The video was produced by PreFab International Ciné. The era footage in the video is captivating in its dusty authenticity — train tracks, small town dams, overgrown alleys, what looks to be a Lincoln Premiere, and the Hotel Elliott. Phil Gammage commands those strings to swing the blues once again, here on this song of hope in the midst of uncertainty.
My song ‘Lady Luck’ describes a post-apocalyptic slice of life for a man and a woman trying to survive in a scene of dangerous protest. I wrote the lyrics a couple of years ago and now they seem prophetic in light of this year’s events.
~ Phil Gammage
Order here: https://thealdorabritainrecords.bandcamp.com/album/lady-luck and find more here: http://philgammagemusic.com
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