Bill Phillippe | Parade

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by Bill Phillippe

A uniquely beautiful and haunting ensemble journey through the PARADE of life's experiences. Tales of love, loss and joy.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Blues Come Callin' (Home)
3:45 album only
2. Proper Sorrow
3:05 album only
3. 14th Street
3:30 album only
4. If I Should Lose My Mind
3:39 album only
5. Solitude / A Kinder Voice
3:38 album only
6. Everything I Have Is Grey
3:00 album only
7. Parade
3:13 album only
8. Tonight
2:44 album only
9. Little Zion
3:49 album only
10. Red Beret
2:37 album only
11. Take It With Me
4:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
PARADE is the follow-up CD by San Francisco based guitarist and songwriter Bill Phillippe to his debut CD GHOSTS, the Roots Music Report’s #2 Acoustic Blues Record of 2015. On PARADE, Bill is stretching the conventional boundaries of acoustic blues and jug bands, by incorporating accordion, clarinet and stand-up bass to create a uniquely beautiful and haunting ensemble sound. The focus of PARADE is on Phillippe’s original songs, tales of love, loss and our journey through the PARADE of experiences that make up a life.

“This cat comes on like the real deal. As long as you like music that colors outside the lines, this is sure to drive you nuts" – Midwest Record

"Singer/songwriter, bluesman, folksinger, gospel singer and storyteller extraordinaire, Phillippe's work is a very diverse blending of styles for a sound that has a lot of that somewhat haunting sound that is common in the Mississippi delta." - Reflections in Blue



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