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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Jacksonville Pressing Vinyl release of John Phillips on Discogs/5(4).
  2. John the Wolfking is definitely a vacation and beach album--several of the songs reference the ocean and the beach ("Malibu People" and "Down the Beach") as well as referencing broad ranging locales, like Tangiers and Mississippi. Phillips sure knows how to set a mood, and the infectiously mellow groove permeates his best solo record/5(39).
  3. On this album, Phillips intentionally mixes a few euphemisms and slang terms that slightly obscure his lyrics meaning. "Malibu People" Track Info John, the Wolf King of L.A. John Phillips.
  4. Nov 08,  · John Phillips, an Album by John Phillips. Released in on Stateside (catalog no. 1 C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Rock.4/5(5).
  5. Sep 12,  · John the Wolfking is definitely a vacation and beach album--several of the songs reference the ocean and the beach ("Malibu People" and "Down the Beach") as well as referencing broad ranging locales, like Tangiers and Mississippi. Phillips sure knows how to set a mood, and the infectiously mellow groove permeates his best solo record/5(42).
  6. Both on a personal and on a collective level John Phillips tells stories of how the dream of the flower power revolution collapsed into drugs, violence, and egoism. Very touching indeed. Also in "Malibu People" one can sense a longing for the upper class values, which makes the contrast even bigger.
  7. Malibu People John Phillips John The Wolfking of L.A. Dunhill ; Street People Bobby Charles Bobby Charles Bearsville ; Chicago People Sam Prekop Who's Your New Professor Thrill Jockey ; People Fugu As Found 3rd Side
  8. Apr 19,  · John Edmund Andrew Phillips (August 30, – March 18, ) was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, and promoter. He is famous as a member and leader of the vocal group The Mamas & the Papas, and for his role in organizing the Monterey Pop Festival.

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