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Yesterday I had a vision, under the tree where we first talked
Of an old couple burning their love letters
So their children won't be shocked.
Songs of love and disappointment, hope and loss, as well as the messy business of life. Never self-pitying, brutally honest, with melodies that can sear the lyrics into your mind.
I came down with a sickness; I thought you were the cure
But passion seems to promise more
Than friendship can endure.
Greg Brown doesn't have any bad albums. But some are a little better than the rest. And this is simply the cream of the crop. My very highest recommendation.
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I'm a big Greg Brown fan and it started with this record. I was going through a divorce and my ex gave it to me to listen to when I took a train up the California coast. Read morePublished on January 25, 2014 by VG
This album always takes me back to my life in living on a Minnesota lake in a drafty cabin, wood furnace, stone fireplace, a warm meal bubbling away, candles lit, friends on their... Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Fargonian Christopher
I first heard Greg Brown when I was on vacation in the US at Martha's Vineyard. My wife and I were driving home from a restaurant and it began snowing. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by Bach
I'm a Greg Brown fan, but his albums (is that dating myself?) are pretty much hit or miss. An easy way to distinguish is whether or not Bo Ramsey is involved. Read morePublished on June 27, 2011 by Robert Shaw
I think this is a great album and especially like the title song "Dream Cafe". Only wish I had discovered this album sooner so I could have enjoyed more of Greg Brown.Published on October 28, 2010 by RonColo
This CD drips with its own sense of self importance, and has nothing new to say. Highly recommended by the introspective bedsit set, not for the rest of us.Published on February 12, 2009 by Ian R. Bruce
Despite a limited number of instruments and arrangements, this CD is a beauty of musical artistry, due to Greg Brown's talent of songwriter/singer. Read morePublished on January 13, 2008 by Thierry Guggenheim