Song of the Day: Al Stewart, “Time Passages”

Scottish singer-songwriter and folk-rock musician Al Stewart was born on this day in 1945. “Time Passages” is the title track from his 1978 album; it was a follow-up to “Year of the Cat” and reached #7b in the US in 1978. It also spent ten weeks atop the Easy Listening chart that year.

11 thoughts on “Song of the Day: Al Stewart, “Time Passages”

  1. When I saw him perform in the early 1990s, Al Stewart told the story of hearing this song on the Muzak at his grocery and being horrified when he realized it was his tune being piped in that way. So, he rearranged it as an Irish jig, which he then played. It was delightful.


    1. I knew I was getting old when I heard “Love Is A Battlefield,” “Morning Train,” “One Way Or Another,” “Don’t Get Me Wrong,” and “Year Of The Cat” over the PA at the grocery store… I’d like to have heard this done as a jig…

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