Ultra Phonics’ debut album featuring George Lynch and Living Colour singer Corey Glover due in Jan. 2018
Lynch Mob, Sweet & Lynch, KXM and Ultra Phonics guitarist George Lynch was recently interviewed by The Rock Pit and spoke about when we can expect Ultra Phonics‘ debut album, which will also feature Living Colour singer Corey Glover, to be released.
Lynch stated: “Oh that’s all done and coming out I believe in January it’s on Odell Records, it’s in the can, it’s been delivered and we’re working on the videos. We have quite a few other bits to that. In mid-October we’re getting back together, we’ll hire a Church or something and set up a live recording situation and we’re gonna record an improvised record… Yeah, just purely were gonna spend a couple of days and we’ll just go off on trail bikes and do what we gotta do, little bits here and there, Corey can do some vocals, pretty much it’s gonna be a live jam session. So we’re gonna record that and release it as well along with this record as a bonus with a couple of videos and all that.”
Lynch also advised on The Rock Pit‘s comment about some good old ’proper’ improvisation rather than a jam band thing: “Yeah I just, I don’t get that. I’m a huge fan of you know the audience experiencing the creative moment along with the musicians versus the re-created moment you know. When bands call themselves ‘Jam Bands’ like Umphrey’s McGee and this band and that band, all awesome bands, but that’s like calling Zappa a ‘Jam Band’ you know! That’s not jamming, jamming was Hendrix and Cream and even maybe zeppelin at time you know, or Miles Davis, a lot of jazz.”
You can read the rest of the interview with Lynch at The Rock Pit.