Wewh! After 2 years of work, we are nearing the end of the recording part of creating the album, Dream Analog.
This week we record background vocals and horns and then off to Northern California to mix in a real cool studio called Laughing Tiger. Brian (producer) will be rolling up his sleeves and mixing old school in a great studio set up specifically for mixing analog. We will be creating real vinyl records, CDs and cassettes from these recordings.
Thanks for all the support we have received and encouragement to record analog. It is a great sound. So much more organic information is accessed via the analog process!
Here’s some recent photos taken while recording the last couple songs with June Kato, Jim Whelan and Brian D. Hardin. Guest drummer, Paula Montondo, played drums on a new one just added to the album, Whatcha Gonna Do.
Heavily influenced by the sounds of the 70’s,
Grace Gravity creates music that expresses
what we’re going through, living through, and being through.
The message is strong and hopeful, and has forward motion.
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7 is a magic number and that’s what the
Red Rock’s address adds up to. Sunset Strip energy line, meridian 8782, that would be 7. If you want to come and join in the good vibes and get this party started, come on by.
You can be assured we’ll will do our best with some good vibe sonic acupressure.
That’s why we came.
Parking: Rates at the City of West Hollywood public lot (located across from Red Rock, next to Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf) are a flat rate of $6 Friday after 5 p.m.). There is some metered parking on the street adjacent, Holloway Dr.
Parking map for the Sunset Strip area: http://thesunsetstrip.com/info/parking
The Red Rock is between Palm and La Cienega Blvd. on Sunset.