Links to In Depth Reviews & Articles:
Sun Hex Reviews
Supreme Court SUN HEX (2010)
"rather magnificent....features an outrageous gooey center in the form of Phillips’ exquisitely lubricious solos."
"incredible instrumentations...they let it rip with hilarious abandon."
-Georgia Music Magazine
"an Atlanta history lesson on a little silver disc and proof of their enduring talent and adventurous musicality."
-Atlanta Journal Constitution
"Listening to Angel Sparks is like armchair travel to a place you didn't even know existed."
-The Atlanta Journal Constitution
"Phillips rips holes in the clouds, daring you to catch up."
-Stomp and Stammer
GUITAR PARTY (2003)
"The two guitarists dish up smokin' psychedelic '60's covers and several originals on this novel CD."
HAMPTON GREASE BAND (1996) *(Out of Print - No Longer Available)*
"An epic 1971 blast of avant-white-blues anarchy and daredevil twin-guitar jamming...you've never heard anything like this. Dig in."
"A quarter-century later, it still holds up as a brilliant aural demolition derby of dual-guitar interplay, off-the-wall wordplay, and ferocious improvisation."
WALKING THROUGH WALLS (1996)
"Phillips opts for songs of luminous, lyrical beauty. They demonstrate his playing has not grown any less adventurous over the years, only more focused and disciplined. Album title to the contrary, he clearly doesn't need to walk through walls. He can soar over them on the wings of his
startlingly bold imagination."
SCRATCHED BY THE RABBIT (1990)
Scratched by the Rabbit is tough, it's uplifting, inventive, and highly recommended."
"Phillips is a supremely musical player who has something few musicians attain: a voice of his own. This is his eighth -- and best? -- album."
Double-CD compilation featuring the best from Glenn's first seven albums. 2 & 1/2 hours of music and a 40-page booklet with 14 pages of photos. 43 songs in all including unreleased tracks. 4-Star Review from Rolling Stone.
"Echoes is a flawlessly compiled record of a decade's worth of music."
FOUR STARS- Rolling Stone
SUPREME COURT goes electric (1993)
Glenn's band with vocalist Jeff Calder (Swimming Pool Q's). Also Bill Rea on bass & singer Anne Boston. 4-Star Review from Rolling Stone.
"Supreme Court goes electric welds deranged humor to a guitar that blows hot as an acetylene torch."
FOUR STARS -Rolling Stone
"Philips brings his wild lead attack, crisp rhythm figures and intelligent writing style into a cool quirky pop band."