|Don't Do Anything|
|Studio album by|
|Released||June 3, 2008|
|Studio||Electro Magnetic Studio, Littlebox Studio, Sunset Sound Studios|
|Sam Phillips chronology|
|The Boston Globe||(favorable)|
Don't Do Anything is the eleventh studio album by American singer and songwriter Sam Phillips. The album is Phillips' first to be self-produced and was released on June 3, 2008.
On September 15, 2008 a live webcast of NPR's In Concert series from The Ram's Head in Annapolis, MD showcased the album.
"Sister Rosetta Goes Before Us" was recorded by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss for their 2007 album Raising Sand . Phillips stated the song was inspired by Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
All tracks are written by Sam Phillips.
|2.||"Can't Come Down"||1:58|
|4.||"Don't Do Anything"||3:28|
|5.||"Little Plastic Life"||2:16|
|6.||"My Career in Chemistry"||2:20|
|8.||"Sister Rosetta Goes Before Us"||2:44|
|9.||"Shake It Down"||3:52|
|10.||"Under the Night"||3:06|
|12.||"Watching Out of This World"||3:03|
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