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Sickle & Scythe

by Elias T Hoth

Elias T. Hoth revisits his original hard ass mean kickin’, blood spittin’ southern states style, classic rock and roll songs, with his new cut back acoustic album “Sickle & Scythe”.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Mississippi's Burnin' (Acoustic)
3:16 $0.99
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2. Ozark Alabama Please (Acoustic)
3:57 $0.99
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3. Hex on You (Acoustic)
4:47 $0.99
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4. Miami CSI (Acoustic)
4:19 $0.99
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5. Wanted by the FBI (Acoustic)
4:02 $0.99
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6. The Road Outta Hell (Acoustic)
4:07 $0.99
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7. Mobile Alabama (Acoustic)
4:13 $0.99
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8. Louisiana Tushi Shuffle (Acoustic)
3:08 $0.99
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9. Rollin' Thunda (Acoustic)
3:41 $0.99
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10. Louisiana Train (Acoustic)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Elias T. Hoth revisits his original hard ass mean kickin’, blood spittin’ southern states style, classic rock and roll songs, with his new cut back acoustic album “Sickle & Scythe”.

The diverse new album is the ultimate transitional work in which Elias takes us on an intimate personal journey back to his roots. These powerful deconstructed songs, evoke a profound, reflective and poignant perspective in their timeless messages. The album songs are reworked into an innovative new context, some with bitter sweet haunting new melodies, while others will simply make you smile.

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Franca Bruno

This acoustic album works!!
I have all of Elias.T.Hoth's albums. I love his sound. and the energy he inspires. in me. Therefore I must admit being a little nervous when I first saw that he was bringing out an acoustic album. How was he going to distil that magnificent energy of his into a deconstructed version of what he does!! But do you know what.? Not only has he managed it - he has totally nailed it!! Tracks like Mississippi Burning, Mobile Alabama, .Louisiana Train - great versions. Hex on You - brilliant! And Rollin Thunda - well I dare you to listen to it without making the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Play the rock version and then this acoustic version. Iso interesting! He's got cellos, pianos, gospel choirs - all sorts! And I could listen to his gorgeous gravelly voice all day! - (and all night!). A triumph!
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Nodlams

Sickle and Scythe
My first E.T.H album and it held my attention from the first beat to the last. Love the sound.
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Steve Crook

Sickle & Scythe by Elias T. Hoth
Sickle & Scythe by Elias T. Hoth
This is a journey through the blues and acoustic rock of the Southern States of America. It is from a dark place but with glimpses of hope. It's raw, not remotely over-produced, and occasionally punctuated by backing vocals, piano and strings. Dean's vocals are honest, properly conveying the mood of each track. Some interesting nods to influences such as the unexpected but effective DSOTM Pink Floyd backing vocals toward the end of 'Rollin' Thunder'. Other standout tracks include 'Mississippi Burning', with it's harmonica, backing singers and surprising Martin Luther King "I have a dream" sample, the voodoo blues of 'Hex On You', with its great slide guitar work, the piano led 'Miami CSI' with its cello and violin, as dark as Gotham City when Batman is on vacation, and 'The Road Outa Hell' with its opening and ominous death knell bell chimes. This is a cautionary tale warning of the long term consequences of a contract with the devil. You just cannot walk away scot free you know!

Pour yourself a stiff Jack Daniels and indulge in the dark atmosphere of Sickle & Scythe. All in all a great listen.
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