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Dreams Come True - Hi, I Love You Right Heartily Here: New Songs


Download links and information about Dreams Come True - Hi, I Love You Right Heartily Here: New Songs by Judee Sill. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:07:05 minutes.

Artist: Judee Sill
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:07:05
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No. Title Length
1. That's the Spirit 4:18
2. I'm Over 3:38
3. Apocalypse Express 2:48
4. The Living End 3:01
5. Things Are Lookin' Up 3:17
6. The Good Ship Omega 3:28
7. Last Resort 2:33
8. Till Dreams Come True 3:29
9. Living End 4:08
10. I'm Over 4:20
11. Till Dreams Come True 3:24
12. Dead Time Bummer Blues 2:30
13. Sunnyside Up Luck 5:06
14. Emerald River Dance 3:10
15. Waterfall 3:09
16. North Country 3:12
17. Farmers Daughter (The Chicken Is In the Garden) 1:10
18. The Wreck of the FFV (Fast Flying Vestibule) 3:13
19. 500 Miles 2:01
20. Oh boy the Magician 5:10



Despite her having been dropped from Asylum Records, Judee Sill started recording Dreams Come True in 1974 at ex-Monkee Michael Nesmith’s studio with Emitt Rhodes engineering. But what would have been her third studio album was shelved after she died of a drug overdose on November 23rd, 1979 at the age of 35. Three decades later, Jim O’Rourke finished the mixes for a 2004 release that reveals Sill was hitting her stride as a songwriter and recording musician (while hitting the bottom of her life). The first 11 songs are the ones she was working on for Dreams Come True — the opening “That’s the Spirit” shows a sunnier side of Sill’s craft sounding more lively and optimistic than her first two albums. “The Living End” moves with a groovy shuffle under some of Sill’s best harmonies ever. The second volume of songs comprises her home demos and rarities, including “Dead Time Bummer Blues,” where she was backed by psychedelic garage band the Leaves. One of Sill’s earliest songs, she wrote it to reflect the time that she spent in jail.