The Paul Davis Project | Dreamer Demise

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Dreamer Demise

by The Paul Davis Project

Influenced by the psychedelic rock of the 60s and 70s, yet this is not a throw back album. Craftily written, both the lyrics and music weave a unique tapestry of sound and color through out. Think there are no new artists worth checking out, give a listen
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Forever Naught
4:33 $2.00
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2. Legend
7:31 $2.00
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3. Love
8:44 $2.00
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4. Red
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the first solo album from singer/songwriter Paul Davis. His music grew out of the New England alternative scene of the 80s and 90s with his former band, June tuesday. Their sound was sort of like an East Coast visit to the infamous Paisley Underground. Just prior to the turn of the century, local business man Toni Fishman (now owner of Telefunken) opened a high end studio in the hills of Simsbury Connecticut. While it was built to accommodate and record top musical acts from around the world, Toni wanted to make it available to smaller local artists as well. Thus, The Paul Davis Project was born and with the help of renowned drum maker and studio tech, Joe Montineri and mixing engineer Jeff Weed (owner of Sonic Environments) the album Dreamer Demise came to life. This album is a unique blend of crafty lyrics and swirling psychedelic guitar with vintage synths that takes the listener on a journey through the subconscious visions of love and life. Although heavily influenced by 60s psychedelic rock and often compared to Pink Floyd, this album is anything but a tribute or throw back. With hints of jam band rock and The Grateful Dead, these songs embrace a new voice and a different direction. If you are a fan of the classic rock sounds of the 60s/70s but feel there are no new artists and music out there to further the genre, then be sure to give a listen to this album and you just might have a change of heart.

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