Kyle Bobby Dunn’s Ways of Meaning is a treatise on the resonance of memory; an attempt to harness the finality of meaning as a shared experience. Primarily arranged for guitar and organ, the six works offer a look into Dunn’s mind as an artist deeply concerned with time, memory, consequence, identity and meaning. Each piece, while created from and inspired by very personal moments, represents a point of transference, allowing the minutiae of experience to pass through the grooves of the vinyl to the listener to act as a salve for our collective emptiness, a catalyst for solace, or a pathway out of our ever-present longing. Some moments recall church and choral music, others are anthemic in their own quiet way, and sadness finds warm overtones to help quell its cold nature. Spatial qualities are examined thoroughly; clarity is reached when viewing one’s surroundings. The environment comes into focus and a reverie encapsulates the listener. Distant memories spawn a sense of yearning and each moment allows for profound feeling.