“Music from Franck L. Goldwasser naturally means blues delivered with conviction, virtuosity and authority.”
— Dick Shurman
"Politically charged, highly relevant blues with a ferocious blend of instrumentation and Goldwasser’s intense vocals. There’s high drama in the lyrics, and a brazen boldness within Goldwasser’s message and unbridled guitar. Assuredly, a musician-activist’s call-for-action by way of the blues. "
Joseph Jordan - Contributing Writer - Blues Blast Magazine & Blues Music Magazine
"Franck Goldwasser's powerful song "Tyranny is Rising" reminds listeners that not only is he is capable of virtuous musicianship but also righteous penmanship. Kudos to Franck for speaking up against tyranny through his art."
"Your CD sounds real good and I strongly applaud you for doing a political blues. We’re in trouble and too many folks don’t realize it… Or don’t want to think about. Good for YOU!!!! Keep up the good work!"
"Music from Franck L. Goldwasser naturally means blues delivered with conviction, virtuosity and authority. In this case it’s extra worthwhile because Franck is using his platform to speak out at a time when the future of our nation, humanity and the planet hang in the balance while too many seem to find resistance or even objections futile. Franck delivers a message worthy of our support and serious reflection— and action.”
Dick Shurman - Blues Foundation/journalist/historian/record producer
"Watching (Franck L. Goldwasser) play is like taking PhD classes in blues guitar. He plays like if Chet Atkins and Bobby Rush had a baby one song, and he’s Ike Turner’s guitar man on the next. Just when you think you’ve got him figured out, he pulls a slide from his pocket and puts on a head hunting clinic that Muddy would have been proud to watch. Great historical stories and great songs on the album. "
Dan Palmer - San Diego Blues Society
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“One of modern blues’ best kept secrets, Franck Goldwasser has recorded some of the toughest, real, and topically important recordings of the decade.”
— Steve Freund