The Peter Ulrich Collaboration is a collaboration helmed by Peter Ulrich, former percussionist for the iconic Dead Can Dance, the brilliantly innovative band that music historian Ian McFarlane described as world music that "constructed soundscapes of mesmerizing grandeur and solemn beauty... with African polyrhythms, Gaelic folk, Gregorian chants, Middle-Eastern mantras and art-rock". The Collaboration is the brainchild of Ulrich and Trebor "Big T" Lloyd of City Canyons Productions as producer and a principal collaborator. The Collaboration mixes folk rock, world rock, art rock and psychedelic music with a world view that encompasses alternative history, fictional universes, Steampunk, and Goth, and recalls the exquisitely crafted soundscapes of Dead Can Dance. The group features songwriting by Ulrich, Lloyd, and New York songwriters Anne Husick, Sara Wendt and Kathy Sheppard among others with vocals by David Steele, Wendt, Ulrich, Jen Elliott, Shane Chapman, Stephanie Linn, Timothy Dark, Sharon Hochman-Hawk and other bright American and English talents. The vocalists are backed by a crackerjack band playing rock, post-rock, world and folk influenced music. After the release of two albums, "The Painted Caravan" and "Tempus Fugitives"; "Final Reflections" is the third final album in the well-received Painted Caravan Trilogy will be released December 2019. Like the two albums before it, it is full of colorful yarns returning to themes of love as in the tale of a man who falls in love with a woman in a painting, "Lessons of Love", and "Nightwalker and Love Witch"; the story of a desperate love-hungry man under the spell of an enchantress. As was the case with the first two albums, Final Reflections has a dark side as well- such as the tale of an angry android in a dystopian world, "Artificial Man", and the story of a man reluctantly rising from the dead in "Severely Blessed". This album features 10 songs including "Love's Skeleton" and "Hanging Man", two of the favorites from "The Painted Caravan", furthered explored with a remixed and remastered version in Final Reflections.