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J. The Savage - Very Same Dream (2011)

21-10-2013, 17:43
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

J. The Savage - Very Same Dream (2011)

Artist: J. The Savage
Title Of Album: Very Same Dream
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: J. The Savage
Genre: Blues Country, Southern Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 57:32
Total Size: 133 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Very Same Dream (5:15)
02. So What (4:35)
03. Ruby (4:53)
04. Cry For Yourself (4:22)
05. Ruby (Reprise) (1:47)
06. Skippin' A The Mardi Gras (2:59)
07. Anyway (5:05)
08. They Programmed The Machines (5:40)
09. You Knew It But You Still Had To Do It (4:01)
10. Oh Lord Don't Let Us Down (4:23)
11. You Got That Way (5:13)
12. Eye On The Sparrow (3:49)
13. That's All They Wrote (5:24)

Very Same Dream represents a significant step forward for the singer-songwriter Jamie Bernstein, in his current incarnation as front man for J. the Savage. Produced by Kermit Ruffins’ regular drummer, Derrick Freeman, Very Same Dream is effectively set up to play its roots-rock eclecticism against its unmistakable Big Easy roots. There’s no doubt about it: though it was recorded 350 miles away in Como, Mississippi—much closer, in fact, to Memphis—this is a New Orleans recording through and through. We hear that in Walter Harris’ drums and, in particular, in Mark Yacovone’s playful accordion on the lyrically telling “Skippin’ at the Mardi Gras.”

A collection of Bernstein’s original songs, except for the gospel traditional “Eye on the Sparrow,” the album is thematically diverse and, for all its guest appearances—along with Yacovone on accordion, Freeman himself and the guitarist (and the owner of the studio where Very Same Dream was recorded) Jimbo Mathus are on the long list—it remains remarkably consistent in its sound.

The band and the arrangements are tight...Very Same Dream shows off Bernstein and his band developing a sound and style that carry both New Orleans music and Americana in a direction uniquely their own.

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