Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster

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Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster

20.00

American Roots Publishing (2004)
Produced by Tamara Saviano, Steve Fishell and David Macias

Track Listing

  1. Beautiful Dreamer – Raul Malo


  2. Slumber My Darling – Alison Krauss with Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor


  3. Don't Bet Money On The Shanghai – BR5-49


  4. Nelly Was A Lady – Alvin Youngblood Hart


  5. No One To Love – Judith Edelman


  6. Camptown Races – The Duhks


  7. My Old Kentucky Home, Goodnight – John Prine


  8. Autumn Waltz – Henry Kaiser


  9. In The Eye Abides The Heart – Beth Nielsen Chapman


  10. Old Folks At Home (Swanee River) – David Ball


  11. Oh! Susanna – Michell Shocked & Pete Anderson


  12. Willie We Have Missed You (instrumental) – Grey De Lisle


  13. Hard Times Come Again No More– Mavis Staples


  14. Gentle Annie – Bruce Robison & Ollabelle


  15. Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair – Roger McGuinn


  16. Ah, May The Red Rose Live Always – Susie Bogguss


  17. Holiday Schottisch – Will Barrow


  18. Comrades Fill No Glass For Me – Ron Sexsmith

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What critics are saying about Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs Of Stephen Foster

Beautiful Dreamer represents a contemporary anomaly, a tribute album that’s not only good but essential...The album honors America’s first great professional songwriter with some of the most spectacularly beautiful popular singing I’ve heard in ages.
— Dave Marsh, No Depression
The album is uncommonly soulful.
— amazon.com
It is hard to imagine an album more affecting.
— Alanna Nash
The scope of this undertaking is breath taking...the diversity of artists and the styling they employ is staggering.
— Bob Gottlieb, Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
What a great project, beautifully pulled together in every way! It exceeded my highest hopes.
— Erika Brady, WKYU, Bowling Green, KY
Finally, a truly great and worthwhile tribute record.
— Frank Goodman, puremusic.com
I’ll be surprised if this isn’t nominated for a Grammy.
— Jerry Gerard, WUIN, Wilmington, NC
Beautiful Dreamer is the Americana album of the decade.
— Rick Star, KFAN, Fredericksburg, TX
Beautiful Dreamer proves even old chestnuts such as “Camptown Races” and “Old Kentucky Home” can sound fresh and new in the right innovative hands.
— Steven Stone, Vintage Guitar