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Anthony Phillips

Anthony Phillips
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England
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Anthony Phillips (born 23 December 1951) is an English musician and composer who first came to attention as the original guitarist for Genesis. After that group's second album, Trespass, he left to pursue a solo career, though he has continued to work in various capacities with some of his former bandmates. His releases have ranged from song-oriented albums like The Geese and the Ghost and Wise after the Event to experimental instrumental projects like 1984, though he is perhaps best known for his long-running Private Parts and Pieces series of acoustic albums, which have been recorded solo or with limited collaborators.
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http://www.anthonyphillips.co.uk
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John Hackett — Another Life John Hackett — Another Life
(Esoteric Recordings EANTCD 1053, 2015, CD)
Anthony Phillips & Andrew Skeet — Anthony Phillips & Andrew Skeet —
(Voiceprint VPD555CD, 2012, 2CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts & Pieces XI - City of Dreams Anthony Phillips — Private Parts & Pieces XI - City of Dreams
(Floating World VP556CD, 2012, CD)
Steve Hackett — Out of the Tunnel's Mouth (Deluxe Edition) Steve Hackett — Out of the Tunnel's Mouth (Deluxe Edition)
(Inside Out Music 0505388, 2010, 2CD)
Anthony Phillips & Joji Hirota — Wildlife Anthony Phillips & Joji Hirota — Wildlife
(Voiceprint VP435CD, 2008, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Field Day Anthony Phillips — Field Day
(Blueprint BP362CD, 2005, 2CD)
Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 4: Pathways & Promenades Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 4: Pathways & Promenades
(Voiceprint VP526CD, 2004/2009, CD)
Anthony Phillips / Joji Hirota — Missing Links Volume 3: Time and Tide Anthony Phillips / Joji Hirota — Missing Links Volume 3: Time and Tide
(Blueprint BP272CD, 1997, CD)
Anthony Phillips & Guillermo Cazenave — The Meadows of Englewood Anthony Phillips & Guillermo Cazenave — The Meadows of Englewood
(Astral Records CD999, 1996, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces IX: Dragonfly Dreams Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces IX: Dragonfly Dreams
(Blueprint BP229CD, 1996, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Anthology Anthony Phillips — Anthology
(Blueprint BP201CD, 1995, CD)
Anthony Phillips & Harry Williamson — Gypsy Suite Anthony Phillips & Harry Williamson — Gypsy Suite
(Voiceprint VP189CD, 1995, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 2: The Sky Road Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 2: The Sky Road
(Voiceprint BP329CD, 1994/2002, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Sail the World Anthony Phillips — Sail the World
(Voiceprint VP535CD, 1994/2010, CD)
Anthony Phillips / Joji Hirota — Travelogues 4 Anthony Phillips / Joji Hirota — Travelogues 4
(Atmosphere ATMOS-CD44, 1993, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces VIII: New England Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces VIII: New England
(Blueprint BP212CD, 1992/2007, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 1: Finger Painting Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 1: Finger Painting
(Arcangelo ARC-7252, 1991/2007, CD)
Anthony Phillips — The Archive Collection Volume One Anthony Phillips — The Archive Collection Volume One
(Blueprint BP279CD, 1990/1998, 2CD)
Anthony Phillips — Slow Dance Anthony Phillips — Slow Dance
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 32590, 1990/2017, 2CD+DVD)
Anthony Phillips & Harry Williamson — Tarka Anthony Phillips & Harry Williamson — Tarka
(PRT PYC 18, 1988, CD)
Various Artists — Double Exposure Various Artists — Double Exposure
((Not on label) no#, 1987, 2LP)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces VII: Slow Waves, Soft Stars Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces VII: Slow Waves, Soft Stars
(Blueprint BP208CD, 1987/1996, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts & Pieces VI: Anthony Phillips — Private Parts & Pieces VI: "Ivory Moon" Piano Pieces 1971-1985
(Blueprint BP207CD, 1986/2002, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces V - Twelve Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces V - Twelve
(PVC 8926, 1985, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces IV: A Catch at the Tables Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces IV: A Catch at the Tables
(PVC 8919, 1984, LP)
The Anthony Phillips Band — Invisible Men The Anthony Phillips Band — Invisible Men
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 22603, 1983/2017, 2CD)
Anthony Phillips & Enrique Berro Garcia — Private Parts and Pieces 3 Anthony Phillips & Enrique Berro Garcia — Private Parts and Pieces 3 "Antiques"
(PVC 8908, 1982, LP)
Camel — The Single Factor Camel — The Single Factor
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2156, 1982/2009, CD)
Anthony Phillips — 1984 Anthony Phillips — 1984
(Passport PB 6006, 1981, LP)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion
(Blueprint BP203, 1980/1996, CD)
David Thomas & Ronnie Gunn — The Giants Dance David Thomas & Ronnie Gunn — The Giants Dance
(Blueprint BP223, 1979/1996, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Sides Anthony Phillips — Sides
(Voiceprint VP534CD, 1979/2012, 2CD)
Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces Anthony Phillips — Private Parts and Pieces
(Blueprint BP202, 1978/1996, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Wise after the Event Anthony Phillips — Wise after the Event
(Passport PB 9828, 1978, LP)
Anthony Phillips — The Geese and the Ghost Anthony Phillips — The Geese and the Ghost
(Passport PVC 8905, 1977, LP)
Genesis — Archive 1967-75 Genesis — Archive 1967-75
(Atlantic 82858-2, 1975/1998, CD)
Genesis — Trespass Genesis — Trespass
(Charisma CAS 1020, 1970, LP)
Genesis — From Genesis to Revelation Genesis — From Genesis to Revelation
(Decca SKL 4990, 1969, LP)

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