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Are You A Dreamer?

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Download links and information about Are You A Dreamer? by Denison Witmer. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:17 minutes.

Artist: Denison Witmer
Release date: 2006
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:17
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Little Flowers 4:34
2. Everything But Sleep 3:13
3. Ringing Of The Belltower 4:55
4. Are You A Dreamer? 4:16
5. East From West 3:23
6. California Brown And Blue 5:05
7. Worry All The Time 4:04
8. Grandma Mary 3:01
9. Finding Your Feet Again 4:30
10. Are You A Dreamer? (Acoustic Version) 4:06
11. Worry All The Time (Alt Mix Version) 4:10

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These are the three warning signs of insufferable, gauzy preciousness: a guy who (1) accompanies his light, high-pitched singing with finger-picked acoustic guitar, (2) adorns the cover of his album with a hand-knitted textile of his own making, and (3) titles the album Are You a Dreamer? Denison Witmer has obviously hit the trifecta on this album, and so lowers your expectations to such a degree that it's almost impossible not to be impressed with the results. But really, you'd have been impressed even if he hadn't suckered you with the hand-knit cover art. For one thing, that finger-picked guitar is more complex than it sounds at first; for another thing, his gentle voice never collapses into wimpiness; and for another, Witmer manages without apparent effort the tremendously difficult task of making hugely attractive music generally lacking in conspicuous hooks. For the most part, the hook is just the sound itself, as on the sad and gorgeous "Worry All the Time" and the melancholy but optimistic "Everything But Sleep." When he brings in a full band, the sound is somehow still pretty in much the same way — check the lovely title track, for example. And when he uses sleigh bells, it doesn't sound quite as weird as you'd imagine. Highly recommended.