Phil Everly: There’s Nothing Too Good For My Baby / Mystic Line

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Phil’s, was the higher register voice of the legendary Everly Brothers.

These are the two solo albums that Phil Everly recorded in London for the UK’s PYE label in 1974 and 1975.

“There’s Nothing Too Good For My Baby” (Released in the US as “Phil’s Diner”) was co- produced by Phil and Terry Slater who also co- wrote nine of the eleven songs, with help on ‘It’s True’ from Warren Zevon who had worked in the backing band of the Everlys and was about to launch his own solo career. Read More