Dreams Come True (Judee Sill Album)

Dreams Come True (Judee Sill Album)

Dreams Come True is the third official album release by singer and songwriter Judee Sill. A double CD released on Water Records in 2005, the album mainly contains work originally recorded in the seventies as potential material for a third album on Asylum Records. A combination of Sill's health and drug problems and lack of interest in the market prevented the completion of the album in the seventies but a renewed interest in her work led to the release of this set, which also includes film footage from 1973.

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Dreams Come True (Judee Sill Album) - Personnel
... Susan Armezzani – research, transcription James Armstrong – advisor Pat Blessing – Video Producer Lyn Gaza – editing, effects Judy Himmel – portrait photography Gary Hobish – mastering Art Johnson – arranger, electric guitar, backing vocals Kevin Kelly – drums, backing vocals Phred Lender – programming, authoring Marc McClure – backing vocals, vocal arrangement, bottleneck guitar Vicki McClure – backing vocals Jim O'Rourke – mixing Shannon Peltier – backing vocals Tommy Peltier – guitar, backing vocals, engineer, photography Bill Plummer – backing vocals, producer, bass Wesley Pouliot – portrait photography Emitt Rhodes – coordination, track engineer Patrick Roques – producer, art direction, design, photography Filippo Salvadori – executive producer Judee Sill – acoustic guitar, piano, arranger, vocals, backing vocals, voices, clavinet, farfisa organ, vocal arrangement, paintings, sketches Pat Thomas – executive producer Russ Tolman – copy editing. ...

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