Sliced Bread Records released 'Playing God,' Bob Hillman's debut album, in 1998. It was favorably reviewed in Sing Out!, Music Reviews Quarterly, and other periodicals, and received airplay on a handful of radio stations around the country. New York DJ Vin Scelsa championed 'Everyone's An Actor in New York,' an insightful, comic take on the endless proliferation of actors, writers, and other artists in the New York metropolitan area. Other standout tracks include 'Spitting Nails,' 'When I Wrote the Book,' and 'This Didn't Happen to Me.'
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