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Unsurpassed Quality--nobody else does all this!

Eric coins the term “concrete country” to describe his music, which defies any known classification. Most of his songs have a classical country sound with varying degrees of that old time rock’n’roll. The result is fresh and unique with something for everyone. But in the end, it isn’t the genre that grips you—it’s the attention to detail like you’ve never heard before. Each song is stacked with layer upon layer of quality, quality, quality. The first thing that strikes you is Eric’s voice. As an accomplished voice actor (be sure to look up his many impressive roles) he can deliver a top-notch musical performance with an added emotion specific to each song. In The Last Word, he sounds like a mischievous boy on the verge of laughter striving to keep a straight face in order to deliver his sarcastic remarks. Who else can do that and sing at the same time? The next thing you’ll notice are the catchy tunes. At the end of Paint the Town, there are a few bars of “don dee don don.” No real words there; none are needed—I guarantee that during your boring daily grind you’ll start singing it to yourself, and the tune alone will make you smile. Now, the voice and tunes would be enough to sell it, but ESB takes it further. Closer listening reveals that the lyrics can stand on their own as good poetry. One part of Hand-Me-Down Love goes, “Some say this outfit suits me; I should button my lip, but our common thread hangs loosely, and it’s causing me to slip.” How many extended and multiple meanings are packed into these few, quickly sung words? Finally, the instrumentation is as carefully crafted as the other layers, with parts that change and develop along with the flow of ideas in each song. The Bottom Line contains two humorous examples: a sprightly violin part is used to convey the idea of laughter, and later, when Eric sings, “you’d better knock on wood,” he really knocks on wood! In conclusion, each song is a masterpiece, and I can’t imagine the amount of time, effort, and care that went into every line. Nobody else does all this!

WOW!!!!! AMAZING!

I wont lie, but the only reason i know of Eric Staurt was becuase of pokemon. But who would have known that he could make such awesome music. This a great album for everyone to enjoy. So what are you waiting for!?!?!?! Go buy the album.

In the County of Kings, Eric Stuart Band
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