COME WHAT MAY (EP, November 2010)

by Michael Lynch

supported by
/
  • Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

     $3 USD  or more

     

1.
02:42
2.
3.
4.
5.
02:59
6.
03:20
7.

about

COME WHAT MAY reviewed for 'Twist And Shake' by Beverly Paterson:
===================
It’s always a pleasure hearing anything created by Michael Lynch, and here on his latest and greatest offering, “Come What May,” he once again resurrects the groovy sights and sounds of the sixties by wielding his own special magic. A one man band, he excels in all areas, from singing to writing to performing the wares. Michael’s vocals are vibrant and immediate, dripping with a radio friendly tenor, while his hooks are sharp and snappy and his guitar playing resonates with depth and clarity. The title track of the disc, along with “Go To Her,” “Take Your Time” and “I Don’t Know Where” register as personal picks to click. By fusing sturdy garage rock trimmings with sparkling pop sensibilities, Michael pledges alliance to the likes of legendary acts like the Zombies, the Shadows of Knight, the New Colony Six and the Searchers, but does so in a fresh and industrious manner. The final cut on “Come What May” is a “secret surprise,” and quite different from the previous six songs, as it dips, curves and swerves with mesmerizing psychedelic patterns.

credits

released November 10, 2010

tags

license

all rights reserved

feeds

feeds for this album, this artist

about

Michael Lynch New York, New York

New York '60s-inspired garage pop folk/rock bubblegum singersonger Michael Lynch would love for you to sample his tunes as if you were going through a stack of vintage 45s, in hopes they give you the same sense of enjoyment. His songs are usually between two and three minutes, and each aims to take you for a nice melodic journey before letting you off safely. ... more

contact / help

Contact Michael Lynch

Streaming and
Download help