Elias.T.Hoth | Damascus

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by Elias.T.Hoth

Diverse and eclectic this album covers rock, ballads country and blues.
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'm on the Run
6:48 $0.99
2. Alabama Rock 'n' Roll
4:52 $0.99
3. Chevrolet
4:43 $0.99
4. Love Is a Price You Must Pay
5:00 $0.99
5. These Are Better Days
5:19 $0.99
6. Down to the River
5:38 $0.99
7. Nobody's Fool
4:19 $0.99
8. Begin Again
4:19 $0.99
9. Detroit Teamster Union Blues
3:27 $0.99
10. Like the First Time
4:44 $0.99
11. Take Me Down South
4:54 $0.99
12. Hold Me Right Now
4:21 $0.99
13. We'll Never Make Love Again
5:13 $0.99
14. Let Loose the Dogs of War
6:21 $0.99
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Album Notes
'Damascus' is Elias.T.Hoth's 12th album to date. It still contains all the raw energy from his previous albums whilst continuing to evolve and reflect his state of mind to date. Always in turmoil, this album is a continuation of his emotions. Having been in the desert of life for so long,, bereft of human touch and in pain, he stumbles across an oasis of love and light. This is his Damascus moment. It is being offered to him. It is what he wants, what he always wanted. Now that it is finally here, is he allowed to have it? Does he know what to do with it? Indeed will it wash his pain away? Does he deserve it even? Or is it too late? This album reflects the struggle of what he has found. He wants to keep it. But is he capable of keeping it because he knows the pain it can cause? The tracks reflect both the agony, 'We'll Never Make Love Again' and the ecstasy 'These Are Better Days'. 'Like The First Time' is a beautiful love song. "Love is the Price You Must Pay' is about the pain of losing a loved one. 'Hold me Right Now' another beautiful song. And then you have the good old ETH battle hardened rock numbers of 'Let Loose The Dogs Of War' and 'I'm On The Run'. There is something on this album for everyone and each track better than the last. It will make you laugh, cry and dance. That is the genius of this man. He makes you feel. And one thing you will not feel is disappointed.



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Steve Crook

Elias T Hoth - Damascus
Another outing for the prodigious musical talent that is Elias T Hoth. As with his previous outings, Elias ups his game once more. This offering of fourteen tracks is all killer and no filler! On this occasion we are treated to an eclectic spectrum of tunez ranging from traditional heavy rock, through soft rock to the blues, country and acoustic ballads. Not every track is instantly in your head, but after a few listens perseverance and your patience will be amply rewarded. Notwithstanding the general high standard of writing and performance, I suppose it's inevitable that certain tracks stand out for the listener. My opinion in a few words for what it's worth......the album kicks off with "I'M ON THE RUN", an epic riff driven rock track with Elias' trademark gravelly vocals and giving a nod to 'Jail Break'. Track 3, "CHEVROLET", rhythmic harmony punctuated music to drive to! Track 6 slows down the pace with "DOWN TO THE RIVER", a calmer country tinged plaintive life audit with awesome female backing vocals a la DSOTM. Track 8, "BEGIN AGAIN", sees Elias once again examining his past and asking what he might have done better. My final stand-out track is the penultimate offering, track 13, "WE'LL NEVER MAKE LOVE AGAIN", classic blues rock with exquisite guitar solo.

There is an often melancholy feel throughout the album as Elias revisits dark times gone by and asks could he have lived his life any better concluding that life is a one-shot affair and is not a rehearsal.

The album is well worth the entrance fee! I for one await Elias' next outing with great anticipation.