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Jason Eady's eighth full-length album, "To The Passage Of Time," was born during a prolific period of creativity amidst the monotony of quarantine. Over just three days, he penned more than half of the album, fully immersed in his bedroom, allowing the songs to flow organically. The album delves into profound themes of aging, loss, and the fragility of life, showcasing Eady's most lyrically intricate and compelling work to date. Working with producer Gordy Quist from Band of Heathens and enlisting a roster of skilled musicians, including Noah Jeffries, Mark Williams, and Geoff Queen, Eady carefully crafted the album's sound. Every song started with just him and his guitar, with additional parts added purposefully, resulting in a harmonious and egoless musical experience. The album's centerpiece, "French Summer Sun," stands as a poignant narrative about Eady's grandfather's experience during World War II and the lasting impact of war on future generations. The track's haunting storytelling, blended with spoken-word verses and a gripping plot twist, exemplifies Eady's profound musical artistry. Throughout the album, unexpected moments of creativity emerged, such as the unique combination of cello and steel guitar on "Nothing On You," which left Eady astounded. However, overall, the album stays true to Eady's vision, allowing him to express his deeply rooted and specific artistic direction with clarity and authenticity. "To The Passage Of Time" is a profound and captivating musical journey, showcasing Jason Eady's talent as a singer-songwriter, storyteller, and visionary.
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