SolaceSolace means source of comfort.
Solace is the student computer club on Mid-Sweden University College at Sundsvall in Sweden.
See also: Nordic University Computer Club
Solace is also the fourth album of Australian roots musician Xavier Rudd released in Australia on March 28, 2004 and which debuted in the top twenty of the ARIA album chart on April 5, 2004. It is his first record distributed by a major label with distribution by Universal Music.
Making of the album
The album was recorded entirely on his own featuring his guitar, several didgeridoos, a wooden box, an array of slide and acoustic guitars and percussion instruments.
"Shelter" and "Let Me Be" have been released as singles while "No Woman No Cry" is a cover of the Bob Marley song.
- "3 Degrees"
- "Let Me Be"
- "In Transit"
- "Journey Song"
- "A Fourth World"
- "No Woman No Cry"
- "Green Spandex"
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