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Good Though
Utah Phillips
Good Though
Genres: Folk, Pop
 
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Japanese limited edition in an LP-style slipcase.

      
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All Artists: Utah Phillips
Title: Good Though
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Philo Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/1997
Re-Release Date: 1/14/1997
Genres: Folk, Pop
Styles: Traditional Folk, Singer-Songwriters
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 011671100425

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Japanese limited edition in an LP-style slipcase.

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Good STILL! The Golden Voice of the Great Southwest LIVES!
C. Moran | Claremont, CA USA | 07/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There is no one, NO one, like Bruce "U. Utah" Phillips, the Great Golden Voice of the Southwest and a Rumour in his Own Time. Here is a songwriter who truly belongs in the the company of the GREATS (you know who you are, Woody, Cisco, Huddie & Bob), a singer and musician of notorious understatement and possibly the most sinister storyteller since Samuel Clemmens. Folks, if you doubt me, you'll have to listen to this, his first album of songs: "Good Though". You'll have to make up your mind and then you'll have to name me as sole heir to your life's fortunes for steering you to one of the truly immortal inspirations of your very existence. If you don't split your sides at least three (3) times while listening to "Cannonball Blues" and "Moose Turd Pie" and if your heart doesn't feel like breaking through "Queen of the Rails" or "Going Away", well then, you must have a belly of stone and a heart of brick. Do your selves a great big favor and part with the few bones this CD will cost you. Thirty years from now, when it is STILL on your personal Top Ten list, you'll thank me (and don't forget to spell my name correctly)."
Great railroad songs and humor from Utah Phillips
C. Moran | 03/30/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This folk classic has never been out of the catalog since its recording. I have it on Philo cassete but was happy to see its appearance on CD, along with the albumns All Used Up and El Capitan from the 70s on another CD. The latter contain gread love ballads including I Remember Loving You, alonge with more railroad and working class anthems."