Erik Scott | And the Earth Bleeds

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And the Earth Bleeds

by Erik Scott

Former Alice Cooper bassist explores unconventional terrain filled with the mystical and haunting sounds of gypsy violins, celtic melodies, steel guitar, and fretless bass ala Pink Floyd, and always with the deep groove of a space-age swamp.
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1. Gypsy Mother and the Royal Bastard
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2. Free
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3. And the Earth Bleeds
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4. Weightless
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5. Loco Amour (I Could Be Crazy)
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6. The Battle for Neverland
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7. Let's Do Something Cool
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8. Run
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9. The White Mouse
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"One artist carrying on that great new-age rock style is bass player Erik Scott, who released Other Planets in 2011…a cosmic masterpiece of instrumental music. Performing all the bass work, generated sound FX, keyboards and drum programming, he is joined by some fine players who help him seamlessly combine a number of instrumental music art forms….superb sounds"
Music Web Express 3000 CD Reviews editor Robert Silverstein.
His music has been described by John Diliberto of Echoes as: "beautiful instrumental recordings with sensuous electric bass leads that show what a bass can sound like when a great melodicist leads the way….haunting moods and heartbreaking melodies."
"Now he has added gypsy violins, celtic melodies, a dash of french horns, steel guitar, and even a couple vocal songs with a voice that reminded me of a cross between David Bowie and Lou Reed, along with one vocal by the sultry Ana Maria Botero of RottViolent…an intoxicating brew"….

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Herb Eimerman

my favorite release of 2014...!
i've heard alot but by far the most musically and melodically amazing bass solo cd i've ever heard is Erik's newest "And The Earth Bleeds"...he has a gift for crafting gorgeous melodies with haunting vocals that stay inside you and the production quality is A+....spacey at times..punchy as hell sometimes...but always a degree of elegance and control and power that you won't hear in anyone else....my favorite release of 2014....!
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Dan Danner

An Unexpected Journey
I really had no idea what to expect from Erik Scott when I first listened to “And the Earth Bleeds.” His work with Sonia Dada was familiar to me and enough to get me to listen to this, his newest release. I’m glad I did. All I can say is -- bring your passport. You’re off on a musical journey. Scott’s rich compositions seamlessly weave images that carry you to the orient, Arabian nights, the Scottish highlands and home again. His upper-register bass work is melodic and mesmerizing. The instrumental textures are artful. “And the Earth Bleeds” is a prized addition to my musical library.
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