Glen Phillips started his first band, Toad The Wet Sprocket, as a teenager in Santa Barbara, and served as the band’s frontman and primary songwriter before launching his solo career in 2001.
Live at the Belly Up, recorded on February 11, 2016 features 19 tracks, including solo material and Toad the Wet Sprocket hits like “Walk on the Ocean,” “Something’s Always Wrong,” and “All I Want.” The set, which includes four previously unreleased original songs, serves as a perfect introduction to Phillips’ illustrious songwriting career and mesmerizing live show. The performance also features covers of Metric, James Blake and Sean Watkins (of Nickel Creek), who even accompanies Phillips on several tracks. The Phillips and Watkins collaboration Works Progress Administration is also represented in the live set, featuring “End is Now” and “Rise Up” from the album WPA.
Total Play Time: approx 67 minutes
File Size: 122MB
Sean Watkins appears on tracks 7-19
Engineered & Mixed by Martin Greaves
Cover Photo by Chris Brake