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1066's latest or related album is J.S. Bach: Overtures BWV 1066-1069
Which is released on 2007-05-08 from record company Archiv Produktion.
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1066 were a mid 90’s band from Austin Texas . 1066 existed in a horribly small upstate New York village called Potsdam. It began as TunaFish Waters in the Spring of 2003 when bassist Nate Turner and drummer Nate Barlow got together with legendary singer/songwriter Sam Kitchen. By the Autumn of 2005, Nate Turner had moved on to do some frivolous activities. Nate Barlow had moved up from drummer to bassist, and the band was joined by legendary drummer Luke Dosiek. It was at this point that the band had become 1066. 1066 began playing shows and experiencing minor fame. But this fame was short lived when bassist Nate Barlow became addicted to a drug, and was forced to quit the band. It was then in the beginnings of 2006 that the duo could once again become a trio, when they were joined the by the famously ambidextrous, and long time friend, Ryan Huddy. This is when the band really took off. They even managed to cut a 17 track album in an unprecedented 8 hours. The debut album Battle Of Hastings is so exclusive it’s not available in any stores. And for about one, maybe even one and a half full months, 1066 was on top. Unfortunately, by the end of the beginning of the second quarter of 2006; the members were forced to move to separate ends of the continent, and 1066 was no more… coming up after the break, A final farewell show featuring the presence of an old friend. (the original bassist: Nate Turner) Your welcome for listening! Learn more about 1066