Gabriel Perry - Nostalgic For The Present 

Nostalgic For The Present
Songs Length and Recording Date
1. Nostalgic For The Present (5:36 -- Recorded January 18, 2017)
2. Entries From A Dying Planet (7:19 -- Recorded May 12, 2017)
3. Floating in Gravity (5:22 -- Recorded January 9, 2017)
4. Heart of Sadness (7:07 -- Recorded January 28, 2017)
5. Dream of Reality (4:17 -- Recorded February 22, 2017)
6. Our Final Hour (9:50 -- Recorded October 27-28 and November 4, 2017)
7. Writing My Name On Water (5:22 -- Recorded January 9, 2017)
8. Vast Open Sky (9:00 -- Recorded June 3, 2017)
9. November (16:34 -- Recorded November 4, 2017)
 
Total Playing Time: 70:27
All songs © by Gabriel Perry, 2017 and Beyond.
Released by Gabriel Perry with nobody's permission on 5-Nov-2017.

 


Session Info:

These songs were recorded throughout 2017, in Gabriel's apartment in North Boulder, usually late at night. All of the tracks employed multitrack recording techniques using a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 audio interface, a MacBook Pro and a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) software program called Reaper.

Instruments Played:

Gabriel Perry - Electric, acoustic (steel and nylon string) guitars. E-Bow (electric bow), sustainer and slide guitars. Looping and sound effects.

Gabriel plays Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster guitars. He also plays James Tyler, Warmoth, Taylor and Jose Ramirez guitars.

Gabriel uses a DigiTech JamMan Delay Looper pedal as well as many other pedals and effects. Visit The Pedalboard Page for more details.


These songs seem special to me. If anything, they help bring me some peace. We live in very troubling times and I think it's more important now than ever not to lose hope in our humanity and our ability to relate to others, to feel. We need to find some peace (daily if possible) and remember that beauty still exists on this deeply troubled planet.

As a friend of mine said recently of my music, "your songs help the listener hear themselves." I think that's a nice way of putting it. I hope this music touches you and helps you hear yourself. I hope this music brings some peace and beauty into your life.

~gabriel

30-Nov-2017
Boulder, Colorado