Utah artists pay tribute to “The Golden Voice of the Great Southwest:” Bruce “Utah” Phillips, anarchist, labor organizer, humanitarian and teller of tall tales. Produced by Kate MacLeod, Long Gone features songs regional to Utah, telling the story of the West as “Utah” saw it.
"In a modern day mass marketing economy, a revolutionary song is any song that you choose to sing yourself - welcome to the revolution." -Utah Phillips Long Gone is a regional recording comprised of artists from in and around Utah. The group includes former music students and band mates of the late Utah Phillips, as well as artists that have been influenced by his vast body of work over the years.
As Bruce did, all of the musicians on this recording still call Utah home, and are
"Starlight On the Rails and Other Songs" (a freestanding book, not the CD box set!) combines the 96 songs from Phillips' original songs and stories book of the same name published by Wooden Shoe in 1973, with the transcriptions of songs and stories from the four-CD set, also of the same name. This is a song and story autobiography of Bruce "U. Utah" Phillips, assembled by his son Duncan Phillips with a user-friendly spiral binding; with melodies and chords for those who want to approach it with... More>>>