Friday, November 16, 2007


Not quite the mindbomb his solo debut "Lost At Sea" was (posted here a few months back), this second solo album from ex-Hampton Grease Band axeman Phillps is still a pretty sharp set of power trio prog jams. The best bits here touch on a sorta Phil Manzanera/801 vibe and, on "Vanity" even glance off Hugh Hopper "Hoppertunity Box" territory, though the limpid and dewy pastoralism present in passing on "Lost At Sea" takes a more central role here, as do the occasional (gulp) good time-y moves. Don't let that put you off, though. There's some decidedly choice bits tucked away in these grooves.

***************NEW LINK POSTED SEPTEMBER 2012***************

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Anonymous said...

Hello from Hungary
Great upload, i like it, and the site is cool.
Have a chance re-upload the first Glenn Phillips album, coz the old site is dead.


fuzztunnel said...

The first Glenn Phillips you posted is a must-have item... such wonderfully unique acid jams. Can't wait to check this one out! Much thanks.

fuzztunnel said...

...adding, that on the first LP, it might be the keyboards that often steal the show for me!

Gary said...

Glenn Phillips is from Atlanta, GA, as you undoubtedly know. I was living in Athens, GA in the late 1970s, and still do. I saw this band at two legendary clubs in Athens, the Georgia Theater and the I&I Club. The band was fabulous, doing material from both albums. Great memories!

Thank you so much for the download. You have given me back a piece of my past. Deepest respect and gratitude.