COMPOSER/SONGWRITER

"With lush orchestrations and smart lyrics, composer/songwriter Colin Stack paints in bold strokes a Warhol-esque portrait of life, love and loss as seen through the harsh and sometimes absurd lens of pop culture.  His music is both soul-shuddering and honest, invoking both tears and laughter from listeners"  
                 - Karen Hofreiter (INsite Magizine) 

"An Ingenious mix of musical textures and sharp lyrics"
                - Ken Emerson (New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times) 

"Suggests a jazzy updating of James Taylor..... ably mixes Kurt Weill's and Elvis Costello's ways of thinking.  This attractive stuff avoids traditional verses/chorus approaches and revels in clever lyrics"
                 - David Cleary (New Music Connoisseur) 




 


Colin's new album is now available!! From Parlors to Stations can be purchased at CD babyAmazon, and itunes.  Stream entire album here!! 
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  1. 1 North Avenue 03:36
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  2. 2 I Once Served in Public Office 04:08
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  3. 3 Karen Goes Corporate 02:42
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  4. 4 Another Year Down 04:07
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  5. 5 Clay County (Phil Spector Version) 03:16
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  6. 6 Better Days 04:41
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  7. 7 Maybe I'm Dreaming (Barroom Version) 04:55
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  8. 8 Parlor City 04:13
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  9. 9 Welcome Home, Mr. Hollywood 04:20
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  10. 10 Cocktails with Henry Mancini 03:45
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  11. 11 Growing Up In The Reagan Years 05:17
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  12. 12 Clay County (Red Dirt Version) 03:15
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Free download of Colin Stack's Music for Short Attention Span Listeners available now!  Go to the "listen/download" page of this site!!