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In Due Time

by Paper Tree

A record that explores the journey and transitional periods of life; the progression from adolescence to early adult hood and the challenges we all face during the times when uncertainty, massive change, self reflection and self destruction are the norm.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Jacob vs. Sam
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2. Good Enough
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3. Much Better
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4. Sick of Being Red
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5. August of My Days
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6. Not Coming Back
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7. Course of a Life
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8. Soft Spot
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9. Doesn't Mean Always
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10. Next Piece of Earth
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11. How About You
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12. Tried to Save
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Album Notes
Produced by Tom Perona and Brian Sanchez
Recorded at IV Lab Studio, Chicago and Studio OP, Oak Park from 2003 through 2011.
Mixed and Mastered by Manny Sanchez
Artwork Design, Photography, and Production by Matthew Benkert and Tim Venchus

Brian Sanchez: Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Programming, Synth
Tom Perona: Bass, Electric Guitar, Drums, Vocals, Piano, Rhodes, Synth

In October 2002, Chicago musicians Brian Sanchez and Tom Perona (Algernon, Davenport Ed) embarked on a recording voyage that would last six months and yield the duo's first album entitled 6' x 4'. The album title was a reference to the physical space in which the record was produced; a space that is depicted on the album's front cover and fostered an air of "Claustrophobic Inspirato." The duo called their fledgling project Paper Tree, and shortly after the album's completion they formed a live band with the aid of friends Tim Rimbos on drums and Adam Dell on guitar and vocals. After performing a dozen shows with this lineup, Sanchez and Perona returned to the studio to begin work on a follow up record. To say the recording process did not go as swiftly during sessions for their sophomore effort would be quite an understatement. Undeterred by delays, setbacks and various other life events, Brian and Tom pushed on, getting together to work on the record as their schedules permitted. The majority of recording sessions took place at IV Lab Studios in Chicago, while overdubs and editing were completed at Tom's home studio in Oak Park, IL. By the fall of 2011, the second Paper Tree record "In Due Time" was completed. Aside from a few copies distributed to friends, the record went unreleased until now.

The Paper Tree recording process stems from a basic premise; start with songs that can stand alone if played and sung by one person on an acoustic guitar, then embellish with harmony, melody, and additional instrumentation at every turn. Sanchez takes on the majority of the core song writing, while Perona plays a more active role in the production and instrumentation. Inspired by the mid-60's recordings by Brian Wilson and Syd Barrett, as well as modern artists such as The Flaming Lips, Wilco, and Elliot Smith, Paper Tree favors lush harmony and production techniques over sparse arrangements. The record is produced in such a way that multiple playbacks can yield new experiences for the discerning and engaged listener.



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