Gurf Morlix

Gurf Morlix
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Gurf Morlix has been a professional musician since 1966. He can play just about any instrument he might find lying around. Gurf has produced, recorded with, or performed with a veritable "Who's Who" of the music business. The list includes Warren Zevon, Mary Gauthier, Robert Earl Keen, Slaid Cleaves, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Buddy Miller, Julie Miller, Ian McLagan, Lucinda Williams, Tom Russell, Eliza Gilkyson, Hot Club of Cowtown, Blaze Foley, Jimmy LaFave, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock, Mojo Nixon, Jim Lauderdale, Michael Penn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Peter Case, Bob Neuwirth, Don Walser, Jon Langford, Troy Campbell, Bob Schneider, Steve Earle, Harry Dean Stanton, Syd Straw, B.W. Stevenson, Billy Swan, The Plimsouls, Victoria Williams, Dave Alvin and many more. He worked with Lucinda Williams for eleven years, serving as guitarist, vocalist and bandleader, as well as producing her critically acclaimed albums Lucinda Williams (Rough Trade/Koch) and Sweet Old World (Chameleon/Elektra). He has released four solo albums: Toad Of Titicaca, Fishin' In The Muddy, Cut 'n Shoot, and his latest - coming out February 2007, Diamonds to Dust . Gurf spends most of his time holed up in his home studio in Austin, Texas, producing albums for many well known artists, but he gets out once in a while to tour on his own or with some of his friends. Gurf is a member of the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame, and the Austin Music Awards Hall of Fame.
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Average Rating : 4              Total Reviews: 8

Gurf Morlix  04/15/2009            
Gurf Morlix  07/07/2007            
Gurf's "Diamonds To Dust " is the CD of the debate needed... I saw him 3X at SXSW last March...inspirational... Meanstreets
Gurf Morlix  05/16/2007            
Great cd. He's a fantastic musician and he proves that once again. He is not only a very good producer, he can also write terrific songs. Only the Dylan cover is a mistake.
Gurf Morlix  01/22/2005            
Here's a guy who just sprinkles diamonds in every CD he produces, esp. his own. Listen to any album he's had a hand in and you can hear it, life shining through, the pain and the luster. If he wrote about cars, he'd be Fred Eaglesmith. Perfect. Man's a genius.
Gurf Morlix  05/21/2004            
I was behind on a project, working late, and was needing a groove to help me pull through...and I found it with Gurf Morlix's "Cut 'n Shoot".I put the C.D. on repeat, and only got to hear it five and a half times(and then my project was done!),so I can't say for sure, but I can say that if you, gentle reader,love the soul of country music, and appreciate craftsmanship,you need to own this jewel of a recording. Think of brand-new songs lovingly evoking the spirit of Hank Sr.,Ernest, Sir Doug, Buck,and the Everly Bros.,with consumate care and impecable interpretation and virtuosity...I love this C.D.! It is perscription-strenth music medicine for the Soul!
Gurf Morlix  05/16/2004            
Anyone who sees his own name for the first time in a dream; blasting forth in neon; is tops in my book. There's only one Gurf Morlix. Anything with his name on it deserves a listen.
Gurf Morlix  07/26/2000            
King Cotton
Don't waste your money. There are maybe two okay cuts on this album, Morlix should stay on the other side of the board.
Gurf Morlix  07/21/2000            
Gurf is primarily known as a producer and has produced albums for Robert Earl Keen, Grammy winner Lucinda Williams, and Gavin chart topper Slaid Cleaves. This debut album has taken him out of the shadows of greatness into forefront. In fact the CD is currently #16 on the Gavin Americana Charts. "Wild Thing", the first cut from this CD, seems to be getting quite a bit of airplay. Rightfully so, It's a great song and a great CD. Check it out!
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