Philip Stevenson | Outside the Sun

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Outside the Sun

by Philip Stevenson

Outside the Sun (EP) Night World A new live-in the studio ep from the washington dc singer-songwriter.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Outside the Sun
4:02 $0.99
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2. I'm Going to Lock My House Tonight
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3. Liar's Club (Slight Return)
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4. Empty Place Blues
4:15 $0.99
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5. Frank Stokes Dream
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6. Gone Over
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Outside the Sun (EP)
Night World

For the past few decades Philip Stevenson has operated as one of those under-the-radar songwriting geniuses who consistently produces work of intelligence, grace and musical smarts. But there comes a point when one begins to wonder when the radar will wise up. Now would be a good time, because Stevenson has never sounded better. His new EP—the follow up to the wonderfully dense and dreamy Starless—is a six-song set that showcases the singer's precision as a vocalist and immense capability as a songwriter. The ghostly waltz "I'm Going To Lock My House Tonight" is nothing less than perfect; the spare howl of "Empty Place Blues" is decidedly memorable and the title track is a smooth number that moves along in a stirring, but wistful glide. Elsewhere, "Frank Stokes' Dream" is as sprightly as it is laconic, while the woebegone "Gone Over" is a wrenching stunner. Lovely work from a man who's bound to make it big. What's taking everyone so long?

—Alex Green


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