Phosphorescent: or How I Learned to Stop Worryin' and Love Countrified Classic Rock

I don’t have much to say other than this: If you don’t want to listen to the sun-filled, slide guitar-wielding country meets classic rock of Phosphorescent’s Here’s to Taking It Easy on a roofdeck at sunset with a beer in hand… Well, brother, don’t plan on spending much time with me this summer. This album will be on my top 10 list.

Phosphorescent, “The Mermaid Parade”

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2 Responses to Phosphorescent: or How I Learned to Stop Worryin' and Love Countrified Classic Rock

  1. Matt K says:

    Just caught up to this one. I loved “A Picture of Our Torn Up Praise” and “Wolves”from their album a few years ago… will have to track this bad boy down.

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