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Very talented musicians.

The Swimming Pool Q's are one of my favorite all time bands. If you can get your hands on some of the earlier stuff, it's well worth it!!


"If you haven't heard this album, you're missing out! Incredibly smart, ironic lyrics, a unique frontman, the greatest guitarist you've probably never heard of, and a sound that's just different from any rock, pop, alternative band you have ever heard of all come together to to massage that space between your ears. And excite the spot in your chest. Very rarely do you hear an album and think that the musicians are truly making the music that they want to hear, but on this record, it's clear. The good news is that you'll want to hear it, too." -D.K. Watkins, Amateur Everythinger

Supreme Court's first album, Supreme Court Goes Electric, which according to Rolling Stone's 4-star review, "welds deranged humor to a guitar that blows hot as an acetylene torch," has a long-awaited follow-up album, Sun Hex.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Instrumental rock guitarist Glenn Phillips grew up in New England and moved with his family to Atlanta, GA, when he was 12 in 1962. At 16, he began playing guitar, and at 17 he co-founded the Hampton Grease Band, also featuring singer Bruce Hampton and guitarist Harold Kelling, which built up a following around Atlanta, culminating in a contract with Columbia Records and the release of the double-LP Music to Eat in 1971. The Hampton Grease Band broke up in 1973, and Phillips launched his solo career...
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