Colorblind James Experience 1980-1993
*self-titled debut LP (1987)
*Why Should I Stand Up? (1988)
*Strange Sounds From the Basement (1989)
*Solid! Behind The Times (1990)
Phil Marshall (Like, NOW, baby!)
*Where or When (2004)
*Nature Boy (2005)
*Tell Me Everything (2006)
*Little Brother (2008)
Music Therapist (2001-present)
*working w/ the terminally ill in hospice
There's No Place Like Home
Dumb Dumb Dumb (w/ On The Go!)
Holy 1965, Batman!
Bukkfrog & Songong
Lessons on life as two friends wander down the road
Home Sweet Home
Old & Grey
Not Enough Room
I need more room...who doesn't?
My take on an old workhorse. Hats of to Son House.
I wrote this as a dig on all those "talent scouts" out there. But it might also be about heaven and hell or a patch of lawn or a thimble of absinthe
2/4/2008 6:55:51 PM
Your voice is timeless. We enjoyed your music very much, keep warm and dry up there in Rochester and when you come down to Florida give us a call, we can do a gig one night if you want to.
Heidi and The El Cats
2/4/2008 9:54:23 AM
I'm pretty sure I saw the Color Blind James Experience arround that period, at the Hornpipe Portsmouth UK. So I must have seen you live. Like your songs on here about to add one to my station....
12/7/2007 10:39:31 AM
Thanks for stopping by my page. Love your tunes and would like to hear more and more, sir. We had a lot of fun playing the "Turtle" song. Glad you enjoyed. -JP Sharpe
12/2/2007 3:19:30 PM
"You may not believe this but that's actually my beat-up Godin solid-body through a little Crate amp! "
You're kidding! It's sounds great.
Those little Crate amps are something else. I've got a 25 watter for my bass and I wish all my rigs sounded that good.
11/30/2007 9:59:11 AM
Hi Phil....I was happy to add you to my "Texas Willie Productions" station here!
11/30/2007 8:45:48 AM
Great to have you here Phil - and your fabulous music too.
Time to have some fun!!
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