Wilson, Gary

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Wilson, Gary - Cornerstone Cornerstone
Soul New - LP 1 Bridge Fire
Sealed, Rare 1983 Original. Pristine Copy. "Cornerstone" Was Voted As Best Album Locally In The Denver Post And The Westward Newspaper Polls. The Album Was Recorded At Salem Studios By Jay Salem. All Music And Lyrics Were Written, Arranged And Produced By Gary Wilson. Except The Song "Goodbye My Love" Which Was Arranged And Produced By Chris Lege. Lyrics Was Written By Chris Lege, P.K.Lege And Gary Wilson. Music Was Written By Chris Lege. Almost All The Musicians Were Unknown. The Musicians On The Song "Goodbye My Love" Were Geoffry Ortega On Drums, P.K.Lege On Bass, Efren "Oso" Olvera On Guitar, Chris Lege On Piano, Percussion And Trombone, Gary Sosias On Congas, Forrest Means On Trumpet And Flugelhorn, Byron Lingenfelter On Trumpet And Flugelhorn, Richard Cimeno On Trombone And Steve Watts On Solo Sax.... more details
 
Wilson, Gary - Mary Had Brown Hair Mary Had Brown Hair
Pop New - LP STH 2095 Stones Thorw
Sealed, Out Of Print 2004 Original. 5 Stars! “Mary Had Brown Hair Was Gary Wilson's First New Material Since He Re-Emerged In 2002, After Reissues Of His Late-'70s Work Turned The World On To His Crooked And Flower-Caked Smile. But Despite His Nearly 30-Year Station Break, He's Ignored The Musical Interim. Mary Doesn't Draw On The Whatever-Wave Climate Of 2004, Despite Parts Of It Being Owed To Wilson's Original Mercurial Horn-Dog Muse. Nor Does The Album Feature Cumbersome, Press-Hogging Guest Shots -- This Isn't The Hipsterati Supernatural. Instead It Spools Out Snips Of Wilson's Broken Fusion Style, Gluing Them Together For Another Neurotic Soundtrack To Would-Be Chrome Lovers And Penned-In Thoughts. On Mary There's A Second Gary Sitting On The Real Gary's Shoulder. This Alternate Is In 2-D, Sputtering Like Blistered Beta Playback. He Brandishes The Severed Arm Of A Foxy-Ass Mannequin And Speaks In Manipulated Tone-Bank Warbles. This Other Gary Often Speaks For The Original, Who's Overcome With Love And Indecision, Anger, Or Sexual Frustration. The Sped-Up Voice Tells Us "Gary Saw Linda Last Night," And How He Was Sad. "But Then I Was Glad," Gary Himself Says, "'Cause Now I'd Be Alone." For, As Much As He Longs For Companionship, It's Easier To Not Subject Himself To The Pain, To Return To The Comfort Of Darkness And The Avenue. "Gary's In The Park" Bounces All Chipper, Like A 24-Hour Supermarket's Incidental Music Remixed For Use In Cocktail Lounges. But While Out Searching For Tail, Wilson And His Wavering Alter Ego Turn Angry At Some Perceived Slight. They Were Happier Alone, When Love Was Just Potential. This Is The Shift In Mary Had Brown Hair. While Wilson Always Did More Wanting Than Getting, His Desires Now Seem To Guide Him To A Cynical Id Dead End. The Women That Haunt The Album Don't Seem Aware Of Him; They're Random Bus Passengers, Or Pretty Secretaries On The Sidewalk. Regardless, They're Impetuses For His Particular Heart Damage. "Debbie Debbie" Is A Love Song In The Classic Wilson Sense, Its Fuzz Guitar And Pattering Drum Machine Drenching His Pleading In Awkward Basement Slow Jamming. Mary Had Brown Hair Is An Unpredictable And Thrilling Teeter Of Nightmare And Wet Dream. It Might Be Gary Wilson's Official Return To Our World, But It's Clear He's Still Living Deep Inside His Own. [The Album Included Radically Different Demo Versions Of Wilson Oldies "6.4= Make Out" And "Chromium Bitch," Both Dating From 1976.” Johnny Loftus, AMG.... more details
 

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