True as Blue Music announces the digital release of "Here" by David Guilbault, an Americana music album produced by Matthew Brown, who brings a toe-tapping country-rock sound to this collection of stories of romance.
The songs on "Here" take a look at fleeting love. When love is here it can make life easy and shake up the elements. When love moves away, to somewhere else, to someone else, it can be confusing and dispiriting.
In addition to producing, arranging and engineering the album, Matthew Emerson Brown plays guitar, lap steel, bass, organ, & Rhodes. Julian Jacob Heinemann provides additional arrangements and production, while playing guitar and drums (Tracks 2,3,4,6). Jacco Herhaus play bass on four of the tracks (2,3,4,6). Jacob Evans plays drums on two (1,5). And Anika Reichert does backing vocal on "Anymore." Rebekah Ann Curtis engineered the vocals on tracks 2, 3, 4 & 6.
This is the fourth in a series of repertoire-spanning albums David expects to release in 2015, joining "True" (Alt-Country - Producer Chris Klimecky), "Bare" ( Baritone Ballads - Producer Jason Goessl) and "Open" (Parlor Guitar Roots - Producer Jeremy Serwer). Each album will have a different theme, both lyrically and musically.
Currently in production are two more, "Gone" (Folk - Producer Paul Beaudry) and "Over" (Indie-pop - Producer Colin J Nelson).
At this time, "Here" is available exclusively as a free digital download on BandCamp (https://davidguilbault.bandcamp.com/album/here-americana)
David Guilbault writes, records and performs soulful music of life, love and loss - heartfelt songs that live in the truth. Mr. Guilbault spent a rewarding career producing news for ABC News, CNN, PBS and MSNBC.com. As a journalist, in pursuit of the credible truth, Mr. Guilbault reported stories as objectively as possible. Now, as a performing songwriter, pursing more universal truths, David can tell stories with a more subjective eye.
David truly appreciates your generous support and hopes you will continue helping his songs find their way into the world.
"Easy to Be" © 2007 David Guilbault
"Anymore" © 2001 David Guilbault
"Here, Alone" © 2007 David Guilbault
"Don't Ask Me Why"© 1997 David & Brent Guilbault
"All the Heavens" © 1997 David Guilbault
"Hard Like That" © 1998 David Guilbault