Steve Scott (born 1951 in London) is a poet, spoken word artist, and musician. His written work was published by PRIZM Magazine, Radix Magazine, Monolith:UK publications and STRIDE UK publications. His music was released on labels such as Exit Records (A&M Records) and Blonde Vinyl.
A release of the recordings made for the multi-disciplinary, art project collaboration with Gaylen Stewart. It is all spoken word poetry on an electronic ambient background. The packaging features Gaylen Stewart's paintings.
More than a Dream
A more melodic album akin to his earlier work. Includes music intended to be released as Moving Pictures through Larry Norman's company, Solid Rock Records.
We Dreamed that We Were Strangers
Glow Records/ Rad Rockers
An ambient album with Scott's signature poetry/spoken word on top. Many of the poems were taken from his Boundaries series.
An instrumental album whose title comes from the English translation of the Japanese word "karaoke".
Produced by Charlie Peacock and featuring his talents on keyboard as well as Jimmy Abegg (Jimmy A), Bongo Bob Smith, and members of the 77's: Mike Roe, Aaron Smith, and Mark Tootle. This album included new songs, more melodic than his later spoken word efforts, as well as demos and unreleaed material from the previous album Love in the Western World. Plus, it also includes music intended to be released as Moving Pictures through Larry Norman's company, Solid Rock Records.
This album was produced by Charlie Peacock, Steven Soles, and Mike Roe and features all three as additional musicians. There is some spoken word, but most of the material is sung.