Thursday, August 21, 2014
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G. Love cuts a Phillies World Series song

It's called "Unstoppable," and it's not lame.

G. Love cuts a Phillies World Series song

Philly artists, including G Love (of G Love & Special Sauce), have gone into the studio under the name Guerrilladelphia for a Phillies fight song called "Unstoppable."

Besides G Love, that's Bryn Mawr rapper KUF KnOtZ on lead vocals.

Bristol-born Don McCloskey says: "I was watching the NLDS and came up with the chorus and the bass line. He passed the track to Kuf and then to G Love, who added harmonicas and vocals.

Locals Chuck Treece and Tom Spiker perform on the drums and guitars; Jay Davidson, Larry Toft and Patrick Hughes did horns; and Phil Nicolo mixed.

I noticed the 917 phone exchange for McCloskey. He's a 1995 grad of St. Joe's Prep and has lived in New York for 10 years, "but I've never faltered as a Phillies fan."

Here's a link, too.

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