No where In Time is our soon-to-be-released second album! It’s been four years since we released our debut Tractor Beam and we are looking forward to sharing this new music with the world. On Nowhere In Time you will hear Richie and Rosie, familiar and stripped-down, but the songs on this album are also more expansive and cinematic. We are happy to say that this recording will include a few talented friends and family, cellist Hank Roberts and Abby Newton as well as some extra harmony singers yet to be determined. The basic tracks have been recorded at Pyramid Sound in Ithaca with Alex Perialas, and with one more session to go, the 12-song album is nearly complete. We have also assigned Rosie's father, David Hornung to make a beautiful cyanotype for the cover art.
Because cutting a record (and hopefully vinyl) can be prohibitively expensive, we’re asking for your support early on this one, and in return, we’ll do something just as sweet for you. Like play a concert in your home for you and your closest friends. Or have Richie recite your favorite short story, set it to music and send you the recording. That might be a first among record funding campaigns.
Risks and challenges
For No Where in Time we are branching out into the world of vinyl. This is challenging because the music must be mastered differently in order to complete the process. It is also more expensive to press vinyl and cumbersome to mail, but we are determined! The quality of the music and value of the cover size makes it more a work of art and enjoyable listening experience. Please help us reach this goal, and thank you.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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