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Erik Scott — Peace on Saturn
Album: Spirits
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Released: 2014
Length: 3:54
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(instrumental)
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Beautiful, first thought had something to do with D.Lanois, same atmospheric delight.
I like Bill's instrumental bent this morning... Bruce Cockburn and now Erik Scott.
I love that Bill seems to be gently trolling a comment from the previous track - Led Zepp's Thank you. There is a comment from somebody saying they thought that 50 years later we might have moved on and be playing music from Mars or Saturn or something......  
Bill....... "well fella Hold My Beer"
Love that sweet steel.
Bugger of a day at work... Where's that Play Again button??

Awesome chilled sound - thanks guys, needed that 
This followed Thank You by Zep very well, Thanks Bill 
 sunybuny wrote:

Bay, I hear some serious Daniel Lanois in this. Did they work together I wonder?

Hello Google....



Discogs.com credits John Pirrucello with the Steel Guitar work on this one.  :)

Yeah, well, it's in the ballpark.
Tasty tune, btw.
 Akazungu wrote:
Here I am in Milwaukee, hearing Erik on RP (the only place I've ever heard him) and just seeing he died three days ago. RIP you beautiful artist.
 
".... it's pronounced "mill-e-wah-que" which is Algonquin for "the good land." :)

RIP Erik
Really lovely. There's an intellectual comment for you.
Would mix well with :

The KLF - Chill Out (FULL ALBUM)
It is the wrong cover art shown here - Spirits is the correct album title.
i woulda thought daniel lanois
Kinda waiting for him to start singing..... but it's OK!
Though this was Daniel Lanois at first. Love it.
Sublime.
Such beauty To float in space
He lost his fight with cancer last year. Another good talent with the angels.
...because "Peace on Earth" is impossible. 

Pleasant enough tune, though.
Here I am in Milwaukee, hearing Erik on RP (the only place I've ever heard him) and just seeing he died three days ago. RIP you beautiful artist.
So mellow space like has me in the clouds Thanks
Wow... personal fav's playlist just put this after Cloud Cult "The Mission: Unexplainable Stories"!!!
Another home run Bill!

Why not play some Lanois - Eno - Budd if we are into this?
Reminds me of Bill Frisell
Never heard him before and think is MOST excellent.
Thank you R.P. !
 asilbuch wrote:
This is the second song I have heard, on RP, by Erik Scott. What a solid musician! Soulful, soothing music! Love it!
 

and he's played with Alice Cooper and Flo & Eddie!  who woulda thunk it?
Lovely. Meditative. Thank you RP, and Mr Scott 
This is the second song I have heard, on RP, by Erik Scott. What a solid musician! Soulful, soothing music! Love it!
Excellente ... after a long hike on the East Cape of Baja California Sur
He played bass with Alice Cooper, too.
Mmmm, space hula music...
 sunybuny wrote:
Bay, I hear some serious Daniel Lanois in this. Did they work together I wonder?

Hello Google....
 

yeah, i would almost guess it is Dan
Bay, I hear some serious Daniel Lanois in this. Did they work together I wonder?

Hello Google....
Love this.  
first time hearing this.  On beach, just finished a great surf session, beer in hand...yup, take me there 
i'm hearing kings of leon which for me is not a bad thing, realizing that many not share that opinion. he seems to want us to see that earring tho. 
Wow!!!   This is a cool segue out of Zep's Thank You!   I thought it was some sort of alternate take!
Moved from 8 up to 9. Good Monday morning work music.
                                     
 Gustov wrote:
Is this Daniel Lanois by another name? 

 
That pedal steel (and the title) certainly suggests this guy listened to the APOLLO album he did with Eno.
I thought this was some track from that I didn't recognize.


Never heard this one, i like it
Today I recognized it!
I like it, reminds me of Steve Gunn, way out weather is an awesome album to check out.
My first time hearing this music. Very nice, indeed.
so today it was "have I ranked this? this is good'
just did it again
said to myself, "this is great. I should rank it."
the cobwebs are getting thick in the old attic 
Reminds me of Jerry Douglas' "Route Irish." Definitely puts me in a contemplative mood; makes me think of wide, countryside vistas...
like to hear this again
Everytime I hear this I think "wow, what's this? I really like it" but it never sounds familiar
it does just sound and/or seem right
Nice.  Where else could you find eclectic beautiful music like this.
First listen. Me and Mr. Milo are diggin' it. {#Dance}
Has a bit of an Eno/Lanois feel to it (which is a good thing).
Lovely.
 
Hearing something really nice for the first time...it's why I dropped another donation to RP today.
 
...wow, now *that's* a stunningly seamless transition:  i totally thought this was an extended BRMC coda i'd never heard before!..
Wow same chords as Lullaby, well done Bill!
 Athyrius wrote:
Country elevator music.

 
Or is it New Age Mountain Music?  Lovely, whatever you wanna call it.
Country elevator music.
Is this Daniel Lanois by another name? 
Sweet pedal steel virtuosity.
Good.  Could be on Eno's Apollo -------- one of my all time faves!!!!
Very nice slide guitar work