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Elevator

by Mark Scott

Instrumental, piano-based versions of original, upbeat, lovely mood music that bends genres: Rock, Pop, Acoustic, some Jazz, New Age/Ambient, Easy Listening.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. A Part of Life
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2. Forever in My Heart
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3. How Can I Fall in Love?
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4. Way of the World
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5. Smitten
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6. I Want to See You Smile
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7. Take a Piece of My Heart
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8. I Can't Say What I'm Thinking
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9. Louise
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10. Movie Theme Song
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11. I Remember
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12. All Fall Down
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13. Me and You
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14. Wonderful
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15. Song for Mother
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16. Night Visitor
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17. Go or Stay
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
About Mark Scott's CD "Elevator"

Former Rich Rags (U.S.) and Inmates front man, folk-turned-hard rocker spans a decades-long arc as a composer, picking among songs he performs as a backdrop/ambient music artist on piano, often with MIDI and/or live accompaniment. The album is naturally more complex and dynamic that its live counterpart. It is "New Age" in that it has no vocals but is rock by any other sensibility. Seventeen upbeat piano-based songs (55 minutes) play well while going about life's rich pageantry - or cleaning the house.

Not all that keen on self-promotion, permit Mark to use quotes from those who have heard his works and been kind enough to provide feedback:

"After listening to your CD, I feel that this is a collection of mellow tunes just perfect for "day-dreaming", the kind of music that you can put on and let the troubles of the world just drift away as you kick back and relax."

"I loved it ... It inspired me."

"...all I can say is WOW! It's just wonderful."

"Nice music. Mellow, comforting. I could see a family picnic, kids playing with kites/bubble machines, a stroll over an arched creek bridge... Lots of components. Good job."

"When I listened I asked myself, 'if this played on the radio would I keep it on?' The answer is 'absolutely'."

"We were entertaining forty or fifty people, we put on your CD. Several people came up to me and my husband and asked 'who IS that?' ... just right for the crowd."

This album was constructed to be as universally enjoyed as is reasonably possible, with similarity yet diversity between songs. The music is multi-layered, mood-inducing, beautiful, subtle and interesting. It is not your father's "Easy Listening". Excellent to enjoy while walking/jogging with your iPod.

Best to you,
Arm's Length Records/Scottunes

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Maven

Terrible CD.
This CD is awful. I found it bundled with about 14 or 15 others that I purchased at a garage sale last week for $5 total. It's terrible. The sound quality and production quality is garbage, and the songs are even worse. I don't think it does what some other reviewer stated. It doesn't calm/act as a medicine. It enrages me. I honestly didn't even give any song after track 5 (Smitten) a chance, because it was just that bad. Look for it at my next garage sale.
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Fred M

Mellow Yellow
I borrowed this CD from the library and listen to it during my commute. It doesn't have singing but it is relaxing and different. Thumbs up.
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Alicia Randolph-Lucchesi

Ambient Heaven!
I grew up listening to Mark's music...as I've aged, my taste in music has shifted ever-so-slightly. I was blessed with parents who loved every genre of music possible, so I've been exposed to a wide range of rock, classical, folk, jazz, progressive, avante, etc. My husband has instilled a burning passion for ambient music--from the likes of ambient's creator Brian Eno, to Roger Eno, Daniel Lanois, Harold Budd, Claude Chalhoub, etc. Mark's CD is mixed in with all these musicians, and fits perfectly. I listen to it in the office, or when I'm working from home, on my own business ventures. It relaxes me, without putting me to sleep--it's a perfect blend of Ambient and New Age music (which I am not too fond of). This is very different from the music I was raised on from Rich Rags, though I am in no way disappointed with it! Keep up the great work, Mark--I can't imagine all the work that was involved in releasing this...more, please!
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Kate Barker

Good Medicine
This is a note to thank everyone for the great tunes. I was having a pretty awful day and I put on my headphones and listened to Elevator. It helped....after about ten minutes I was calmer and able to concentrate on my work and let everything else go. So if you need some music to study by, relax in traffic, work on taxes, or enjoy a quiet dinner then Elevator is a must have."
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