Shane Jacob Philips | Social Justice & Peace

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Social Justice & Peace

by Shane Jacob Philips

Social political folk music sung by a soul singer.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. A New World
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2. Traveling On to Mars
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3. Mrs. Buttercup
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4. Freedom
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5. Diamond Shoes
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6. Something More
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7. Rise Up
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Album Notes
Social Justice and Peace is Shane Philips’ latest release in two years and is a departure from his last three albums that were rooted deeply in traditional soul. Searching for something more, Philips decided to immerse himself into a community of folk artists and was able to focus his songwriting around stories that spoke to his life growing in a farm town and countless other events that would eventually shape his life as he traveled around the world. Philips eventually found himself at a piano in Nashville Tennessee where his roots in soul finally found convergence with the narrative he was searching for in folk music.

Social Justice and Peace does what it says. It speaks to ideas that used to unite the world but now divide us. Philips with a voice truly beyond his years tells a story that music of today is all too afraid to talk about. His message asks us to look inward and act outward with the idea that love is the universal fabric that holds humanity together.

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