News Segment


June 22, 2004


HOLLYWOOD (June 22, 2004) – “Furious George” brings Lynch’s guitar playing to a new level of shredding. The album is collection of cover tunes with extensive guitar solos that will leave his legion of fans pointing and staring as their speakers melt in the guitar fury. Lynch exhibits an awareness, sensitivity and mastery of a variety of styles on this record as he navigates musical territory originally trod on by artists such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Grand Funk, Mountain, Jeff Beck, Montrose, Cactus and Captain Beyond.

At times reminiscent of the original arrangements, Lynch’s playing retains his individual sound and character, which has long kept the loyalty of his fans. When asked about the album, Lynch replies “Doing this record was a chance for me to give kudos to some of the great musicians, songwriters, and guitarists that have inspired me to play. This new work shows the ability to pursue a life of music by opening our minds and helping to make us aware of the possibilities through the power of musical expression.”

Lynch is regarded, by the guitar playing community, to be one of the best guitarists of all time. “Furious George” is an album that delivers what the fans have been requesting, extended solos over great material.

Track Listing:

Space Station #5
Sins A Good Mans Brother
All Along The Watchtower
I Want You/She’s So Heavy
Blood Of The Sun
Bridge Of Sighs
Precious And Grace
I Ain’t Superstitious
One Way Or Another
You Shook Me
Dancing Madly Backwards

Nancy B. Sayle courtesy of VQPR