Charlie Phillips | JustLove!

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JustLove!

by Charlie Phillips

A melodic blend of blues, rock, and ballads that leave you singing after the songs are over!
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. What's Left To Believe?
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2. Natural
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3. So Long
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4. Last Parade
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5. Give It Up
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6. Canyonlands / Surreal Acres
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7. Trouble
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8. Turned Away From the Sun
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9. Can't Hear You
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10. Springhouse
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11. Next Right Thing
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12. Change Direction
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13. Sunday Morning
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
No sophomore jink here! Charlie's second album "JustLove!", produced by the Grammy-award winning Phil Nicolo (Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, Aerosmith, Ms. Lauren Hill, and more!), does not disappoint. This album is a river of songs that read like a personal journal across the spectrum of life, love, loss... then love and life again.

In between the opening acoustic-rocker "What's Left To Believe?" and the finale that is the sweet, melodic, guitar instrumental "Sunday Morning", we hear the comtemplative acceptance expressed in the acoustic ballads "So Long" and "Next Right Thing", the angry bite of blues-rocker "Trouble", and the sheer exuberance and Asbury Park blare of "Natural". No fillers in this album - just sit back and take the ride through "JustLove!".


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