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Gregory Paul and the Autumdivers
Spirit and Decibels
Onlinerock Records
September 2002

You can sense a very deliberate nature from listening to this record. Listen to it over and over again, and you start really feeling the ins and outs of it. Itís pretty damn good. There is actually a depth in the music. Just listen deeply into the songs. Itís not the lyrics. Itís like the mirror effect, when you have two of them facing each other and can seemingly see forever. Itís that kind of depth. I do hear some very recognizable styles of Palo Alto and even older U2 but crossing into modern tones and songwriting.

It grows on you. However, when an album starts out good, where can it go? Better! You can picture yourself in just about any situation listening to this album. I would even lean to call it beautiful. Very smooth melodies; I can tell the mix is very appropriate. I can sense it may have had a life of itís own while writing this album. Very flowing, well put together, definitely thought out. Gotta hear Ďem!

Favorite Track: 6, ďAs Long As You CanĒ

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Erik Beyer is a trained musician, performer, songwriter, arranger, and self-taught businessman. After spending five years in the Army Band he moved back to Portland, OR and began designing sound systems and marketing pro audio gear. He later was hired to book for a local Portland venue, putting bands on stage seven nights a week where he reviewed all CDs submitted. In 1998 he formed Beyer Sound Productions with a goal to serve musicians.

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