It’s like the day I was born

Well, personal concerns have kept me away from the internet for awhile (gasp) but ye olde show must go on. Ryan from Burly Time sent me some bright, beautiful instrumental pieces by a Detroit guitarist named Nick Schillace. Very laid back, exceptional listening for the stressful time I have had the last couple weeks. Of course today I was listening again and my brain said, “‘1976’ … wait, isn’t there a song called ‘1974’?” Which of course caused a mad scramble through my CDs, and this post.

[ed note — tracks removed. contact me for a copy.]

01. Nick Schillace — 1976
02. Ryan Adams — 1974
03. Cake On Cake — 1981
04. Travis — 1922
05. Ox — 1913

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5 comments

  1. juliette’s avatar

    You forgot Sisters of Mercy – 1959.

    Just sayin’.

  2. Jeff’s avatar

    Estelle – 1980, good British kinda hip hoppy thing. Catchy though.

  3. Leaving Liverpool’s avatar

    The Who, 1921. That’s a good one too. ;)

  4. zara’s avatar

    J — not so much “forgot” as “didn’t know it existed.” That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

    Jeff — Ah, didn’t know that one either! Awesome!

    A — I forgot that one on purpose :D Freakin’ Tommy.

  5. Nick’s avatar

    Also – Josh Rouse’s “1972” from the album of the same name, New Order’s “1963” (awesome) and less awesomely (I imagine) James Blunt did one called “1973”.

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