Luke Slott

Luke Slott – Dominion [Official Video]

From the album Year of the Nightingale

Words from the Bahá’í Writings

Music produced & mixed by Kelly Snook and Luke Slott

Song composed by Luke Slott

Song recorded & engineered by Kelly Snook

Video filmed, directed & edited by Antimo Kelly Puca at AP Studios Dublin

Drone footage by Kirk Watson at Perfect View Productions

Luke Slott – Paradise

Learn More about the Album Release at…

O Son of Being! Thy Paradise is My love; thy heavenly home, reunion with Me. Enter therein and tarry not. This is that which hath been destined for thee in Our kingdom above and Our exalted dominion.

– From The Hidden Words of Bahá’u’lláh, Part 1, No 6


Produced and Mixed by Kelly Snook and Luke Slott
Song Composed by Luke Slott
Music Composed and Arranged by Luke Slott and Kelly Snook

Recorded and Engineered by Kelly Snook at:
It’s Not Rocket Science Studios, Lewes, Sussex, UK

Additional recording by:
Paul Finan at An Croí, Wicklow, Ireland
Pete Min at Lucy’s Meat Market, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Mastered by Mandy Parnell
at Black Saloon Studios, London, UK
Assistant Mastering Engineer: Hal Robinson

(in order of appearance)

Luke Slott – Acoustic Guitar, Rhodes, Vocals, Trumpet
Diane Badie – Vocals
Kelly Snook – Layering
Vyvienne Long – Cello

Sorrow Not by Luke Slott

Sorrow Not by Luke Slott

From the album Create in Me a Pure Heart, available here:…

Music: Luke Slott
Words: From the Writings of Baha’u’llah

Performed as part of a musical presentation about the Baha’i Faith by Luke Slott at the Newcastle Baha’i Centre on 9th October 2011. Recorded on a mobile phone and made available on YouTube with the kind permission of the artist.

The Words are taken from this passage:
“Sorrow not if, in these days and on this earthly plane, things contrary to your wishes have been ordained and manifested by God, for days of blissful joy, of heavenly delight, are assuredly in store for you. Worlds, holy and spiritually glorious, will be unveiled to your eyes. You are destined by Him, in this world and hereafter, to partake of their benefits, to share in their joys, and to obtain a portion of their sustaining grace. To each and every one of them you will, no doubt, attain.”
(Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p.328)

Music © 2011 by Luke Slott. All rights reserved