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Schoolbus Window Paper Heart chosen as Metronome Magazine’s top 5 discs, March 2006, and featured on the cover of the April 2006 issue.

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I have to say that I dig this guy. He wears his heart on his sleeve and his songs are as truthful and honest as they come. The songs range from straight-up Americana roots rock to a Brit-pop influenced form of alt-country. Phil’s got some clever lyrics, solid musicianship, and according to his bio, even an MBA. It seems like Phil’s got the right business plan for a killer album. The songs wear their influences on their sleeves, from the cocky barroom wisdom of Bono, the social commentary and good ole rock ’n’ roll punch of Bruce Springsteen and the wordsmith master, Bob Dylan. The album shines brightest for the up-tempo numbers like “No Heart Ache” and “4th District of Bristol Country,” but that shouldn’t take anything away from slower alt-country numbers like “White Feather” and “Mother’s Day,” both which feature some nice harmonica. This album boasts some serious musicians as well, like Ed Toth (Doobie Brothers, ex-Vertical Horizon) and producer/ collaborator, Tim Bradshaw, (David Gray, Liz Phair, Josh Ritter, ex-Dog’s Eye View). Overall, this CD is a definite keeper. Good job.

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