It’s Coming On

Do you feel the changes inside yourself?
Have you recently discovered more about who you are? Has the world changed around you?
Parallel realities combining…

New Video: In the Center

From Dream Analog
An AAA recording: recorded + mixed + mastered analog.

LYRICS

When you find out you’re mistaken
when the road your on takes a turn
Just remember
every road
eventually must bend

In the subtle underpinnings
of the life you thought you were leading
there’s a core of believing you must maintain
through the change

There’s a crystal shining vision in the center
if you’re willing
in the center

In dreams you’ve had whisperings
pieces of puzzle falling down
on the table before you
but you’re missing one more sound

The truth in perpetual motion
revealing as it goes
what to give attention
and what you best ignore

There’s a crystal shining vision in the center
if you’re willing
in the center
There’s a crystal shining vision in the center
if you’re willing
in the center

you can get there
you can get there
you can get there
you can get there
In The Center


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Documentary in the works!

Teri Hitt at Laughing Tiger Studio in Northern California. Recording a part for Dream Analog.

We shot a bunch of video and photos during the process of making this all analog record. It was 4 years in the making all and all.  I’ve been editing a short documentary about the process of making Dream Analog.

Recording Analog is quite different from the process of digital recording. I think it’s important to preserve analog recording processes for future generations. I hope more musicians will get to hear their music recorded analog and realize the “extra” benefits of recording this way.

Editing this is a high jump for me (to say the least) but I’m slowly putting it together. It will be released later this year.

Wishing you all the best in these strange and revealing times. Take good care of yourself. Lift yourself up through the chaos to a better perspective, a happier, more at peace state of being. That’s where you belong.

A story of awakening to a different perspective

The songs on Dream Analog came through over a couple years through the maze and haze of living life.
They popped through to the surface and waved.

There is resonance in nature and resonance in music that is recorded to tape. There is a feeling when you are connected to Nature. In a similar way, when you listen to an analog recording, which means you are listening to sine waves recorded on tape, you are getting more than any artificial environment can manufacture. You are feeling the air. There is air there. The real space is present in the recording.

To me analog means “natural”.


It’s about having a natural connection and connection with the Universal light of resonance so you don’t get lost in the machinations of unconsciousness and stay asleep forever.

With things going the way they seem to be going on the human material plane, the least you can do is continue to Dream Analog. Creativity and loving universal consciousness, the mother consciousness, always finds a way.

These are songs about the path to find out. To discover more about what this reality is and what we can do when we stay in our center with loving kindness.

 

There’s Something Special in Analog Sound

If you’ve ever listened to an analog vinyl record, you know there is something special in the sound
there’s a warm resonance that can’t be denied.
Sine waves are good for music.



Dream Analog was recorded to tape and then digitized for you to stream it here and on CD. The 180 vinyl was mastered by Bernie Grundman.

 

Dream Analog Review by Daily Vault

Tom Haugen

Executed with sincerity,
emotion and plenty of universal beauty.

A record largely influenced by some of the most notable songwriters of the ’70s, Grace Gravity’s Dream Analog was captured live in a small home studio and recorded, mixed, and mastered analog. Later on, overdubs of horns, keys, percussion, and backing vocals were added with much meticulousness, giving the album a very warm, crisp feeling.  

The cautious listen leads with the soft acoustic strumming and sweet vocals from Teri Hitt on “It’s Coming On,” which lays the foundation for the remainder of the album. “Go Ahead And Shine” then follows with a soothing, soft-rock quality as Hitt lets her strong pipes shine. “In The Center” continues with harmonizing backing vocals highlighting the folk rock approach. 

The middle of the record offers some of the best tunes, including the reflective “The Long Road,” where brass and piano work together in soulful ways, while “Who U R” picks up the pace with a punchy rock ‘n’ roll feel. “Something New Can Grow,” a standout track, then finds a pretty place to reside as cosmic moments mix with the slow burning introspection.

Deeper in the listen, “Sunny Side Of The Road” moves with light melodies and a breezy formula that’s as timeless as it is memorable, and “Mother Earth” finishes out the listen with some of Hitt’s best vocals, as a dreamy quality enters the very sophisticated landscape. 

A record that definitely brings us back to simpler times, Dream Analog and Grace Gravity herself reminds us of all the things we find appealing about Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt, or Heart.

During these hectic, often heated times, an album like Dream Analog is the perfect antidote to the chaos with its serene, almost meditative quality that would have been as relevant in the ’60s as it likely will be 20 years from now.

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