Phil Lee appears in a new movie "The One Who Loves You" a tale of chasing a dream played out against a 70's golden era country music back drop and sound scape. The soundtrack is lead by Phil Lee's music, including a new recording of Lee’s “I’m The Why She’s Gone” by hard-core country maverick and Austin Music Hall of Famer Dale Watson, Enjoy.
Phil Lee has currently a radio hit album out, entering the European Americana Chart top 5 in the first month of release, and will be appearing this summer at Maverick, Summertyne, Southern Fried and Belladrum Festivals and is touring The UK, France, Germany and Ireland. The album is again produced and features the great Richard Bennett (Neil Diamond, Dire Straits) and is titled “The Fall & Further Decline of The Mighty King Of Love”. Sample download track available above too.
In the movie Phil performs onscreen and plays Jimmy Earl, (a scene below) a hard bitten one hit wonder country star sage living out of a suit case in a motel room, (no type casting there then). "Where's my hit"? The Mighty King of Love was heard to say.
The movie soundtrack also includes performances by Academy of Country Music Awards nominees Jann Brown (“Ain’t No Train”) and Joy Lynne White (“One More Time”) in the company of Amy Rigby
More clips and music here. http://www.theonewholovesyoumovie.com/music/
Maurice Hope reviews Date Watson's El Ranco Azur Click Here
John Davy Reviews Phil Lee's The Fall and Further Decline of the Might King Of Love Click Here
One of Phil Lee's scenes in the movie singing "May Love Always Know Your Name"
Please find The Mighty King Of Love Phil Lee preview from the album. The album is again be produced and features the great Richard Bennett (Niel Diamond, Dire Straits) and is titled “The Fall & Further Decline of The Mighty King Of Love”, and Phil and his music will appear in a new movie to be released next year, indeed titled “The Mighty King Of Love”.
Lord Carrett says:
"Phil Lee is a pint-sized Babe Ruth. Like The Babe, he possesses a wide range of the skills vital to his profession (In Phil’s case, singing, songwriting, and guitar playing), he has the respect of his peers, and women love him--if his songs are to be believed.
Phil’s also had the good fortune to be surrounded by greatness. His five albums are remarkably consistent--partly because his producer, and his band have remained the same. Guys who’ve played with The Archies, Wilco, and Johnny Cash, and there aren’t any minor leaguers sitting on those benches.
Like “The Babe,” Phil isn’t big on singles--normally a negative for a recording artist--because Phil Lee hits home run after home run. And here’s another one that lands on/bounces off the scoreboard! This record rocks like a nymphomanic’s trailer!"
- Lord Carrett
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Posted on April 25, 2009 at 4:30pm