Before their worldwide debut on W2NG, Phillips was a complete and utter mystery. Just Another Day was nothing more than a single tape on a shelf with hundreds of other tapes, patiently decomposing under the weight of time and neglect. A tale we at Numero know all too well, especially when it comes to the outputs of producers as prolific as R. Hosea Williams. Narrowly escaping obscurity - including from William’s himself - Phillips was funkin' around D.C. in the late ’70s, and one way or another wound up in R.G.B. studios. The group covered massive ground on their six-track EP, touching on everything from feel-good disco, to funky fusion, to modern soul, and back again, recovered from countless tapes to offer its sunshine rays once more.
- Phillips Cool Breeze
- Phillips Brand New Day
- Phillips Here I Am
- Phillips You and Me, Me and You
- Phillips Just Another Day
- Phillips People Clap Your Hands