Sevens by Garth Brooks.
There are 7s all over this album… it’s a real Dan Brown-type situation. That’s right, it’s Garth Brook’s album “Sevens”! We lost count at some point, but there are probably 7 instances of the number 7, or something.
- We reference Kevin Spacey in Se7en… not exactly timely. Forgive us—we recorded this a while ago. Oops.
- The album cover
- Flannelgraph and the Borscht Belt
- Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule
- Fugue and fugue state
- A Mighty Wind
- “Escape (The Piña Colada Song)”
- The Cowboy Church of Junction City, Oregon (I’d link to their site, but… it’s a little bonkers)
- Pierce Pettis, the songwriter
- “Christmas in the Trenches” (live version!), a much better song than “Belleau Wood”
- The Christmas Truce
- The 1812 Overture is not about the War of 1812
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