Jeremy Dion ‘Golden Some Day’

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:: Buffalo Rose :: March 8 ::
:: Oriental Theater :: March 14 ::
:: Shine :: April 12 :: (CD Release) ::

Jeremy Dion

Golden Some Day

Inner View Records

3.5 out of 5 stars

 

Singer/songwriters often tend to over-think things, so for singer/songwriter and psycho-therapist Jeremy Dion the inner struggle to not over-analyze his work must be excruciating. But maybe because he listens to other people’s problems for a living, Dion spares his listeners the same torture, and for the most part, writes fairly upbeat songs that even if they hint of melancholy, still seem to have an overall theme of hope.

Dion’s “Mile High Americana” was captured by producer Jamie Mefford, who has worked with Front Range heroes Gregory Alan Isakov and Nathaniel Rateliff. Dion is also lucky enough to be joined on a few tracks by Hot Rize’s Tim O’Brien.

While his last album Finally was similar on many levels, Golden Some Day seems to go miles beyond in its song structure and particularly in its lyrics and vocal arrangements. Dion doesn’t attempt to go huge on his vocals here and that restraint reveals an honesty in the lyrics that his previous work lacked. It’s a big step forward.                                                          — BFJ

:: Jeremy Dion ::

:: Buffalo Rose :: March 8 ::

:: Oriental Theater :: March 14 ::

:: Shine :: April 12 :: (CD Release) ::

 

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