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Tracks of Sound (album)

by Phil Gammage

After Dark 06:46
Nueva York 03:08


Edgy downtown jazz from New York City with a noir approach. Moody, evocative, with latin and lounge elements. You’ve been hearing these songs for years on numerous television and film soundtracks — now own the album. Phil Gammage’s acclaimed 2002 noir jazz “Tracks of Sound” digitally remastered. Featuring the soaring exploratory guitar playing and original compositions of Gammage working with some of New York’s best underground jazz talent. Exclusive version only at Bandcamp includes bonus tracks, videos, and photos.

“Gammage’s cinematic ‘Tracks of Sounds’ album is the perfect soundtrack for those of us who live in a world of femmes fatales, dark streets, potent cocktails, and a fast con. Exceptional performances from a combo of jazz up and comers make this song collection special.” ~ Downbeat

Here’s the rundown:

1. Another’s Weather
A journey to nowhere with a hypnotic melody. Features a blistering Gammage guitar solo.

2. The Green Room
Upbeat feel with a snappy groove. The Green room is a happy room for all to visit.

3. Clash by Night
An uptempo modernistic take on 50’s crime jazz. Suspense, danger, and the long hustle.

4. After Dark
The Teddy Edwards classic here reworked. This one drips with moodiness.

5. Montreal in December
A swingin’ tribute to the Quebec city. For all updated Rat Packers.

6. Pleasant Avenue
A romantic and slow walk down this avenue is sure to bring a smile to her face.

7. Food For Thought
Contemplation. Depth of perception. A mid-tempo drama with a killer Ben McGuire sax solo.

8. Nueva York
A latin-esque beat with an unforgettable melody. Great vibraphone and guitar.

9. In a Scarlet Way
Angular, jagged, and pensive this one features some awesome vocal treatments a la Ima Sumac...

10. General’s Theme
A hauntingly surreal vision. Some sort of dream that ends at midnight.


released January 2, 2002

Produced by Phil Gammage. Mixed and engineered by Dave Lee at Concrete Music. Engineered by Quintin Jennings at Melody Lane. Engineered by Gordon Rafael at the Transporter Raum. Recorded in New York, NY 2000 – 2002. Cover photo by Johan Vipper.

Phil Gammage - guitar; Ben McGuire - saxophone; David Croce - bass; Jimmy Goodman - vibraphone; Tom Mattioli - vibraphone; Dan Kerness - drums, percussion; Marcy Saddy - percussion; and Natasha Helmer - vocals.


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Phil Gammage New York, New York

Songwriter, vocalist, and guitar slinger, Phil Gammage is a Texas-born artist who now resides in NYC. His new album, "From Nowhere to Somewhere", (Oct 22) is a robust collection of Americana songs as diverse and heart-felt as the genre itself. Twisting endless roads, and the folklore of 20th century America, the album draws inspiration from Phil’s life as a musician, historian, & fiction writer. ... more


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