Utah Phillips

Bruce D. Phillips

Also known as B. Phillips, Bruce "Utah" Phillips, Bruce 'Utah' Phillips, Bruce Philips, Bruce Phillips, Phillips, Philllips, U. Utah Phillips, Utah, Utah Philips
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Discography of Utah Phillips:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Past Didn't Go Anywhere 12 Audio 1996-10-15 Righteous Babe Records
2 Fellow Workers 18 Audio 1999-05-18 Righteous Babe Records
3 Starlight On The Rails: A Songbook 124 Audio 2005
4 Fellow Workers 18 Audio 1999 Righteous Babe Records
5 Good Though! 13 Audio 1973 Philo Records
6 Fellow Workers 18 Audio 1999 Righteous Babe Records
7 All Used Up: A Scrapbook 18 Audio 1979 Philo Records
8 We Have Fed You All For A Thousand Years 18 Audio 1993 Philo Records
9 I've Got To Know 33 Audio 2003
10 Good Though! 13 Audio 1973 Philo Records
11 Good Though! 12 Audio 1997 Philo
12 The Moscow Hold 13 Audio 1999 Red House Records
13 The Telling Takes Me Home 20 Audio 1997 Philo
14 We Have Fed You All A Thousand Years 18 Audio 1983 Philo
15 We Have Fed You All A Thousand Years 18 Audio 1983 Aural Tradition Recordings
16 The Past Didn't Go Anywhere 12 Audio 1996-10-15 Cooking Vinyl
17 Legends Of Folk 22 Audio 1990 Red House Records
18 Making Speech Free 21 Audio 2011-05-00
19 Good Though! 12 Audio 2003 NalyD


Bruce "Utah" Phillips (b. 15 May 1935 in Cleveland, Ohio; d. 12 May 2008 in Nevada City, California) was a labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller, poet and self-described "Golden Voice of the Great Southwest". His music describes the struggles of labor unions and the power of direct action. He often promoted the Industrial Workers of the World in his music, actions and words.


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