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Shawn Phillips

Shawn Phillips
Country
United States
Profile
Shawn Phillips was born 3 February 1943 in Fort Worth, Texas, the son of spy novelist/poet James Atlee Phillips. Shawn Phillips has recorded 20 albums and numerous singles. He also also done lots of session work, including playing guitar, 12-string guitar and sitar on some of Donovan's recordings.
Website
http://www.shawnphillipsmusic.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (12)
Shawn Phillips — Continuance Shawn Phillips — Continuance
(no#, 2018, CD)
Shawn Phillips with J Peter Robinson and Paul Buckmaster — Living Collaboration Shawn Phillips with J Peter Robinson and Paul Buckmaster — Living Collaboration
((Not on label) , 2009, DVD)
Shawn Phillips — Living Contribution: Live at Kirstenbosch Gardens Shawn Phillips — Living Contribution: Live at Kirstenbosch Gardens
(Sheer Sound, 2008, DVD)
Shawn Phillips — Living Contribution: Both Sides Shawn Phillips — Living Contribution: Both Sides
(Sheer Sound SSCD 517, 2007, 2CD)
Shawn Phillips — Do You Wonder Shawn Phillips — Do You Wonder
(Wounded Bird WOU 4539, 1975/1999, CD)
Shawn Phillips — At the BBC Shawn Phillips — At the BBC
(Hux Records 102, 1974/2009, CD)
Shawn Phillips — Furthermore Shawn Phillips — Furthermore
(Wounded Bird WOU 3662, 1974/1999, CD)
Shawn Phillips — Bright White Shawn Phillips — Bright White
(Wounded Bird WOU 4402, 1973/1999, CD)
Shawn Phillips — Faces Shawn Phillips — Faces
(A&M CD 3135, 1972/1988, CD)
Shawn Phillips — Collaboration Shawn Phillips — Collaboration
(Wounded Bird WOU 4324, 1971/1999, CD)
Shawn Phillips — Contribution Shawn Phillips — Contribution
(Wounded Bird WOU 4241, 1970/1999, CD)
Shawn Phillips — Second Contribution Shawn Phillips — Second Contribution
(A&M CD69931, 1970/2004, CD)

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