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Artist: Jeremy Dion
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Album: Golden Some Day
Stength: Celtic Folk
Rating: 9 out of 10 stars
Website: Band Official Website
i-Tunes: Download EP
Reviewed by: Rory Richardson
Edited by: Joshua Beach
Review Comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Artist: This is Dion’s second release entitled Golden Someday (2012). Ames is based out of Colorado.
Songs available on Jeremy Dion's website:
Golden Some Day is one release that certainly doesn’t disappoint. This is artist that brings to the table
effective songwriting via a highly marketable musical delivery. This meshed with a one in a million Pop-Rock-Folk sound
and effective visuals and vocals make for a very effective combination no doubt.
For the record Dion is just a breath
away from Celtic Folk or even Country but skillfully and methodically never crosses the line into that realm. All songs
are wonderfully simple but masterful in their overall arrangements. I can also hear a slight old school psychedelic
touch to the music like Cat Stevens. Music reminded me of a cross between Kenny Loggins, Jackson Browne, and classic
Bob Dylan. This CD is quite entertaining overall with an amazing vocal front of Ames who is a musical triple threat in my mind.
He is a world class songwriter; he has an amazing voice and a likeable appeal (visually and vocally). His lyrical content is
straight from the heart and offers a very strong and confident male perspective and spirit. No doubt many females will love him as well.
All song do exactly what they are meant to do via well-crafted movements and top tiered musicianship. The overall production
value is superb with a crystal clear sound quality.
Top Tracks: Title track, Just a Little More Time, Golden Some Day
Criticism: Dion should put at least one “Bad or Naughty/ Bad Boy” statement on his CD that goes against the grain of
the rest of the material. I think this will keep people guessing, off center and speak to even more fans in the process.
Desperate Mama /
Golden Some Day /
Good As The Rain /
Just A Little More Time /
Running Was Wrong /
Jeremy Dion has proven herself again with this latest release. He is clearly an up and coming talent around Boulder.
All band members backing him up are clearly capable musicians. I must admit “Golden Some Day” sucked me in like a powerful
drug and refused to let go long after the music was over. This usually indicates he is something special about the artist
or band in question. Thus deserving praise, recognition and musical fame at the international level.
Reviewed by: Rory Richardson
Edited by: Drew Blackwell
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