John Phillips | So Tired (What a Year It’s Been!)

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So Tired (What a Year It’s Been!)

by John Phillips

Conceived in a semi-dream state, So Tired has allowed John to explore musical forms from a deeper place in his subconscious. The result is an uplifting, hypnotic piece that weaves together electronica, spoken word, humour and guitar improvisations.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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John Phillips is an indie songwriter, singer and guitarist from Australia who has clocked up a long list of band memberships since the early 1970s. He has founded and fronted bands like Urban Principle and The Pipelines, been in bands that supported diverse iconic Australian acts from INXS, Men at Work and Midnight Oil to AC/DC, Paul Kelly, Mental as Anything, Radio Birdman, The Angels, Hush, The Dingoes and The Birthday Party, released material and honed his musicianship in a trail of bands including early Goanna and new wave punk outfit Kikx. He also plays with Sons of The Blues and has a music archive of his music projects at YouTube.

So Tired was conceived and recorded in a semi-dream state after a hard year and exhaustion. It has allowed John to explore musical forms from a deeper place in his subconscious. The result is an uplifting, hypnotic piece that weaves together electronica, spoken word, humour and guitar improvisations. Nadia Phillips has provided piano improvisations and accompaniment for the first time on a commercial release.

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