Thursday, February 2, 2012

REVIEWS for 'JIM WILSON'

Reviews for 'Jim Wilson' "Longtime local musician Jim Wilson has been seen most recently playing bass in Daniel Lanois' crazy-great psych-soul outfit Black Dub. (Seriously, their El Rey gig earlier this year? One of the few times in my professional show-going life that I've ever wanted a band to jam some more.) Jim Wilson definitely has its moments: "Cry Now (Pay Later)" is a weirdly touching ballad w...ith input by Ron and Russell Mael of L.A.'s Sparks, while "Honest Mistake" strikes a trippy cosmic-Americana note. The latter, FYI, features Lanois on pedal steel." L.A. WEEKLY

"This is a rock record in the way they used to be made, guitars out front, memorable songs and a reason to crank your record player up enough to p...iss your neighbors off...one of the best records released in 2011 and it would be criminal if did not hit top 10 lists."METAL EXILES


"9/10" POPULAR 1 Magazine (Spain)


"Just about as good as it gets. Mother Super front man Jim Wilson really shows off his talents and diverse music taste with his first solo album. He genre jumps through ten explosive originals like no ones business. So good from jump to drop that I found it impossible to pick just one fave. This is a guy who lives, loves, and breathes music, it's refreshing to hear in this day and age. If you love rock and roll, with a side of funk, soul, or country... this is an album for you. THE album for you! Trust me, you won't be sorry." Mojo Brown, AMAZON.COM