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Rave: Jack Savoretti’s “Dreamers”

Jack Savoretti

It doesn’t happen often, but every now and then I hear a track which stops me in my tracks.

This happened earlier this week, when I heard Jack Savoretti’s “Dreamers” on Radio 2.

This track has a relatively simple but touching melody, with thought-provoking lyrics and a beautiful overall arrangement that is reminiscent of artistic legends such as Nick Drake.

Savoretti’s raw, yet yearning vocals give the track a “straight from the soul” sound and the ghostly background harmonies add to the bittersweet melancholy.

“Dreamers” is due for release, by De Angelis Records as a single on the 12th February, 2007. Check it out!

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One Comment for: Rave: Jack Savoretti’s “Dreamers”

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    Stephanie Taylor : (Visitor)

    I got a copy of the promo CD on eBay and it was just fantastic. the other tracks were almost as good but dreamers was the best.

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