Dream (Keller Williams album)

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Dream
Studio album by Keller Williams
Released February 6, 2007
Recorded October–December 2006
Genre Rock
Length 73:00
Label SCI Fidelity Records
Producer Keller Williams
Keller Williams chronology
Grass
(2006)
Dream
(2007)
12
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Dream is the ninth solo album from Keller Williams, released in 2007. With the help of numerous collaborators, Williams explores a wide spectrum of musical genres in each of the songs.

The album ranked number 4 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart in 2007.,[2] and the song Cadillac won the Jammy award for Song of the Year in 2008.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Keller Williams except were noted

  1. "Play This" – 2:55
  2. "Celebrate Your Youth" (Timothy Kobza, John Molo, Bobby Read, Williams) – 3:52 with Modereko and John D'Earth
  3. "Cadillac" - 4:32 with Bob Weir
  4. "Ninja of Love" - 5:34 with Michael Franti
  5. "Kiwi and the Apricot" - 5:01 with Charlie Hunter
  6. "People Watchin' " - 5:14 with Bela Fleck, Victor Wooten, and Jeff Sipe
  7. "Cookies" - 4:51 (Fareed Haque, Williams) with Fareed Haque
  8. "Rainy Day" - 5:30 with Martin Sexton
  9. "Sing for my Dinner" - 5:09 with The String Cheese Incident
  10. "Restraint" - 4:11
  11. "Life" - 3:57
  12. "Twinkle" (Steve Kimock, Molo, Williams) - 7:40 with Steve Kimock and John Molo
  13. "Got No Feathers" - 5:10 with John Scofield, Victor Wooten, and Jeff Sipe
  14. "Slo Mo Balloon" - 4:34 with Fleming McWilliams and Charlie Hunter
  15. "Lil' Sexy Blues" - 3:34 with Sanjay Mishra and Samir Chatterjee
  16. "Bendix / Dance Hippie" (Williams, Ella Mae Williams) - 1:08 with Ella Williams

Personnel[edit]

  • John Molo - drums
  • John "J.T." Thomas - keyboards
  • Victor Wooten - bass
  • Bobby Read - clarinet, engineer, mixing, flute, saxophone
  • Jim Watts - engineer
  • Sanjay Mishra - classical guitar
  • Samir Chatterjee - tabla
  • Jeff Covert - guitar, drums, voices, vocals, editing, mixing, talk box, engineer
  • Louis Gosain - engineer
  • Michael Travis - mandolin, drums
  • Martin Sexton - acoustic guitar, percussion, trumpet, vocals, vocal percussion, guitar
  • Scott Hull - mastering
  • John Painter - engineer
  • Jon Altschiller - engineer, mixing
  • Fleming McWilliams - vocals
  • Jason Hann - percussion
  • Mark Berger - design, layout design
  • Dave Chalfant - bass, engineer, mixing
  • Michael Kang - mandolin
  • Keith Moseley - bass
  • Bill Nershi - acoustic guitar
  • Keller Williams - organ, banjo, bass, percussion, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, baritone guitar, 12 string electring guitar, editing, fretless bass, producer, 12 string acoustic guitar, human whistle, voices, vocals, theremin
  • Kyle Hollingsworth - keyboards
  • Jeff Sipe - drums
  • Zac Rae - keyboards, optigan
  • Derrek Phillips - drums, tambourine
  • Roberto Battaglia - engineer
  • Nadia Prescher - management
  • Jack Mascari - engineer
  • Mike McGinn - engineer
  • Noel White - percussion, drums, engineer
  • Scott Cresswell - engineer
  • Jeremy D'Antonio - assistant Engineer
  • Sandy Loeber - artwork, Photography
  • Christine Stauder - management
  • Jackson Hamlet Weir "Bob's Dog" - vocals
  • John D'earth - trumpet
  • Béla Fleck - banjo, engineer
  • Michael Franti - vocals, voices, engineer
  • Charlie Hunter - guitar, 8 string guitar
  • Steve Kimock - electric guitar
  • Tim Kobza - guitar
  • Bob Weir - acoustic guitar, vocals, foot stomping, voices (His dog is barking in background of Cadillac)
  • Fareed Haque - guitar, engineer, percussion, electric guitar
  • John Scofield - guitar

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Artist Chart History - Keller Williams, billboard.com, Retrieved May 9, 2008.
  3. ^ 2008 Jammys: And The Winners Are, bandsthatjam.net, Retrieved July 7, 2008.