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Diários da Sobrevivência

Diários da Sobrevivência by George Christian Vilela Pereira
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George Christian Vilela Pereira

Label: Ramble Records
Released: 2021
Duration: 1:34:05
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Track Listing

1. Novo Despertar 06:16 2. Mantos Da Razão 07:42 3. Pequeno Improviso Percussivo Para Violão 03:52 4. (S)em Campo 05:19 5. Romã 06:38 6. Após a Chuva 07:42 7. Madrugada Retirante 11:14 8. Sem Aviso (live, May 31st, 2020) 14:28 9. Blackout Tuesday (live, June 2nd, 2020). 24:12 10. 9 Meses, in Memoriam 06:38


Additional Personnel / Information

George Christian: acoustic and electric guitars, synthesizer (track 7), recording entirely on Samsung Galaxy J2 and mixing on n-Track 9 and Adobe Audition CS6.

Album Description

This album was, along with "Vaticínios", a work made during the lockdown. This time, in a more personal affair, despite the fact that it's entirely instrumental. It's mostly a home-studio recording effort, with exception of two live-at-home tracks. I wanted less effects, more notes to be pronounced. Less experimentation, more bare-bones feelings to be exposed. Acoustic, electric, and the blend of such sound amplifications. I wanted to tell with these tracks how I was living my own lockdown, convey emotions while playing, The titles give a hint of what I'm aiming to tell. There were certain times that you need music to say that you're alive. "Diários de Sobrevivência" is a living proof, but not without mourn the dead.


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