Scott Anthony Andrews | Faith Is a Bicycle

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Faith Is a Bicycle

by Scott Anthony Andrews

Acoustic music of the spirit that soothes as much as it questions.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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1. You're Impossibly Big Lord
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2. Seven Times My Soul
4:42 $0.99
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3. Faith Is a Bicycle
5:02 $0.99
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4. Our Mother, Our Friend And, Our Comforter
4:08 $0.99
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5. Comin' to Town (Guess We All Know That I've Got a Lot to Do)
6:47 $0.99
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6. I Wear the Cross
3:58 $0.99
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7. Everyday Sacredness
3:02 $0.99
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8. I Say Amen to That
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the cool of a prairie November, bits of snow were already stockpiled in occasional curbed corners, although city streets were clear. I decided to ride my bike. The journey was hushed and contemplative in the way that a morning drive should be. I parked outside my destination and noticed another bicycle in cheerful green, already locked to the bright red circular rack—with a cane strapped onto its back pannier. I paused at the seeming incongruity, then went inside. As I later emerged, I noticed Diether, another cyclist (and friend), rather unceremoniously, affix a second cane to this same pannier. Sensing my slight bewilderment, Diether explained that he required an operation that made walking difficult, but cycling remained relatively easy; the canes were insurance. This simple act struck me so, that I wrote the title track of my CD "Faith is a Bicycle."
This self-penned collection of adult contemporary music of the spirit aspires to capture a range of musicality— pop, folk, gospel and even a chant-like style song grace the CD. I hope as well to provide the listener with a range of themes—from everyday sacredness, to the impossibly big curative strength of nature, to feminine-inspired spiritualities, to the cleansing power of water, to green transportation. I was privileged to work with musicians Rich McFarlane, Gent Laird, Glen Ens; and, equally privileged, to be produced by Ross Nykiforuk at glennross studios.com.

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