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Life In The Multiverse

Zach Gill

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1
Window Display
Zach Gill
4:28
2
Solstice 2016
Zach Gill
4:55
3
Joy (Goodbye Guilty Pleasures)
Zach Gill
5:15
4
Alchemy
Zach Gill
4:21
5
The World Is New (Ode To The Father Of A Teenage Daughter)
Zach Gill
3:47
6
Chuck & The Nomads
Zach Gill
3:32
7
Eliza Grace
Zach Gill
2:53
8
Up From Down Below
Zach Gill
5:02
9
Little Speck
Zach Gill
5:05
10
Alright Soon...
Zach Gill
4:19
11
Ride This Sucker Out
Zach Gill
4:59
12
San Francisco
Zach Gill
4:21
13
Joy (Abbreviated)
Zach Gill
3:50
Total Playing Time    56:47
Zach Gill follows his 2013 holiday EP with Life In The Multiverse, a collection of songs that finds the multi-instrumentalist from Jack Johnson's band and ALO leafing through moments as if flipping through a photo album set to a soundtrack of witty and pensive pop music punctuated by swaggering, jazzy panache. In the garage studio of his Santa Barbara home, Gill cooked up demos and, joined by his longtime bandmates Steve Adams (bassist from ALO) and Adam Topol (Jack Johnson's drummer) as well as some other very special guest musicians, he took those ideas and recorded the music with a clear vision for the entire body of work, splitting it into two halves, side A and side B.

"Throughout the whole recording process, I kept thinking in terms of two distinct sides.The first half of the record is outward and social, groovy and playful, very much a part of the modern world. Full of drum machines, synthesizers, electric guitars and special guests. The second half is soft and acoustic instrument driven, dreamy and free flowing, focusing lyrically on the mysteries of life, things we feel, but can't necessarily prove through reason."
- Zach Gill
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Brushfire Records Studio Masters

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