PHILIP B. PRICE SOLO ARCHIVES
Philip B. Price (Winterpills, The Maggies, Look Park, Memorial Garage) is releasing 12 archival solo albums this fall, all recorded between 1988 and 2004 – 141 songs in all. Some were previously released; some poorly released, some not at all. All have now been remixed, remastered – and in some cases, reimagined.
Explore this diverse and far-ranging catalog.
"There’s something for everyone. Beatlesque pop (“The Incredible Dissolving House of Love”), haunted house goth synth funk (“Violin of Me”), quirky New Wave power pop (“Sliver of Gold”), freakout rock (“E”), hushed acoustic heartbreakers (“Get Drunk and Love Me”) — all of it melodically rich and lyrically thoughtful. It’s staggering to think that such a treasure trove of songs was, until now, hidden away in silent boxes." – Ken Maiuri, Clubland
WITHOUT YOUR LOVE I'D BE NOWHERE AT ALL: BEST OF THE SOLO ARCHIVES 1988-2004
Without Your Love I'd Be Nowhere At All" compiles the (perhaps) best songs from these 12 albums in a 39-song 2-CD collection, complete with extensive liner notes, essays and photos.