Rave Reviews (An Endless Chain of Accidents)

"...one of the greatest albums of 2003, period." East Bay Express, in a feature article, Nov. 12, 2003
"An Endless Chain Of Accidents plays like an earthier version of a They Might Be Giants record. Gallagher's ability to combine the slightly wacky and acutely sensitive is 100% of his charm...." — Miles of Music [Full review]


"With soft, unassuming vocals and honest lyrics, singer/songwriter Larry Gallagher seems a likely successor to such folk luminaries as Loudon Wainwright and Richard Thompson." — Ron Evans, SF Weekly

"'Wimpy White Guys With Guitars' [is] a self-effacing look at coffeehouse-folk open mic crooners that'll crack you up and then make you wanna kill yourself if you've ever busted out an Elliott Smith cover for a crowd of six people at some java dive. The rest of the Bay Area troubadour's latest CD, An Endless Chain of Accidents, is similarly sweet and often truly hilarious...." — Rob Harvilla, East Bay Express


"...clever, impassioned and often hilarious songs ... someone we all need to know about." Tony Peyser, Santa Monica Mirror 7/23/03 [Full review]


Rave Reviews (Can I Go Now?)

"In this post-world world of ours, it is refreshing to see somebody still cares about good old-fashioned songsmithery. But don't just take my word for it. Buy a couple hundred copies and find out for yourself." L.G., East Bay Express [Full review]