Eric Steckel | Black Gold

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Black Gold

by Eric Steckel

On "Black Gold," Eric takes listeners on a musical roller-coaster ride that embodies the human spirit and captures the emotions we go through in our daily lives. His most diverse album yet, fans of vintage guitar rock will fall in love with "Black Gold."
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Holding On
4:36 $1.00
2. Juke Joint
3:27 $1.00
3. El Camino
3:56 $1.00
4. Fugitive
3:37 $1.00
5. My Darkest Hour
5:42 $1.00
6. Speed of Light
3:10 $1.00
7. Texas 1983
2:36 $1.00
8. Outta My Mind
3:04 $1.00
9. What It Means (To Be Alone)
4:17 $1.00
10. Rocket Fuel
3:54 $1.00
11. If I Ain't Got You
5:44 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Black Gold," Eric's return to the studio following 2014's 'California Sessions EP,' is arguably his most diverse effort yet. While deeply rooted in vintage guitar-based rock, this album takes listeners on a musical roller-coaster ride of emotions ranging from the softest, most dynamic Blues ballad to the heaviest, low-tuned Rock anthems with the guitar amps turned up to 11. Eric's signature guitar style shows further maturity on "Black Gold" and helps tell the story of this album. 10 new original songs (which Eric says are his most honest yet), and one interesting cover choice round out the album perfectly. If you harken back to the days when albums were made the old fashioned way with no pedals, no samples, and no drum machines, you will fall in love with "Black Gold." This is rock the way they used to make it.



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