Paul Kitchen | Black & Grey Out Today

I love this album, and am excited to share it with you.  Black & Grey | Live From the inSync Asylum Vol. 2 is unlike anything I’ve ever released. I revisited 10 songs written over the length of my career that are of a mood, and recorded them live in a stripped down setting. I wanted a laid back record, and I think I got one. All of the songs were recorded sans headphones, with no monitoring of the live vocal and guitar – just letting it bleed as Elvis would say.  That in itself contributed to the mood, as what I was hearing from the studio monitors could not drown out the guitars. Thanks to the many wonderful audio tools at my disposal, I was able to rein the recording in, and the finished product sustains the mood from start to finish and doesn’t sound half bad.  I hope you check it out, and please let me know if you enjoy it!

Click here to Stream/Download Black & Grey

if you’d like to watch the recording of the individual tracks, you can find them in the video section of my site.

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Paul Kitchen | The Inner Light Video (resync)

Saw the posts this morning, reminding me that it has been 20 years since George Harrison’s passing. it reminded me of this video, which I noticed was a little out of sync. In March 2020 I took Dhani Harrison and Olivia Harrison up on the Inner Light Challenge . This a quickie, but a slightly different spin on a cool George Harrison song by The Beatles. It was also the very early days of Covid-19. What do you think?

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New Paul Kitchen Album. Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 2

My new album Trip Note: 1978-2018 Vol. 2 is out today (my Dad’s 87th birthday too). Volume 2 is my favorite one so far – it rocks in spots! I’ve spent the past seven years going thru the archives, trying to find the best sounding versions of 40 years of music. Trip Note is a four-album set featuring over 60 songs and nearly 5 hours of music. I hope you check it out. https://bit.ly/3v3fdTD

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Paul Kitchen | You Define Mystery Single

The ancient Chinese consider Friday the 13th to be lucky. With that, I’m releasing a new single from my upcoming double album, out Dec. 7th. This is a special album to me. Something I’ve been working on for a number of years. A reimagining of some of my best ‘unreleased’ music, from what I now understand to be my prime. Check this track out – the basic track was recorded in early 1988, with overdubs from 2014, 2018 and 2020. I’ll explain the technicalities as we get closer to the album coming out. Let me know what you think….

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