...Nothing but a Dream

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...nothing but a dream
Studio album by Paul Kelly
Released 2001
Recorded Sing Sing South, The Shed, Yikesville (Melbourne)
Genre Pop
Label EMI
Cooking Vinyl
Producer Paul Kelly, Mark Wallis, Mick Harvey
Paul Kelly chronology
Words and Music
(1998)
...nothing but a dream
(2001)
Ways & Means
(2004)

...nothing but a dream is an album recorded by Paul Kelly and originally released in 2001.

It was released on EMI Records in Australia. It was subsequently released in the United States on Cooking Vinyl and included four tracks from Kelly's earlier EP, Roll on Summer.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Paul Kelly, except where noted.[1]

  1. "If I Could Start Today Again" – 2:51
  2. "Change Your Mind" – 4:17
  3. "Midnight Rain" (Paul Kelly, Wendy Matthews) – 4:50
  4. "Close My Eyes" – 4:51
  5. "Somewhere in the City" – 3:16
  6. "Just About to Break" – 3:57
  7. "Love Is the Law" – 4:51
  8. "Pretty Place" – 2:46
  9. "I Wasted Time" – 2:47
  10. "Would You Be My Friend?" – 2:59
  11. "Smoke Under the Bridge" – 4:28
  12. "You're So Fine" bonus track US edition – 3:30
  13. "Roll on Summer" bonus track US edition – 3:14
  14. "I Was Hoping You'd Say That" bonus track US edition – 2:44
  15. "Every Fucking City" bonus track US edition – 3:35

Personnel[edit]

  • Peter Luscombe – drums
  • Dave Ruffy – percussion, drums
  • Spencer P. Jones – guitar (electric), vocals
  • Bic Runga – vocals
  • Bruce Haymes – organ, vocals, keyboards
  • Billie Godfrey – vocals
  • Paul Kelly – guitar, vocals, keyboards
  • Shane O'Mara – guitar (electric)
  • Renee Geyer – vocals
  • Linda Bull – vocals
  • Vika Bull – vocals
  • Steve Hadley – bass, fiddle
  • Mick Harvey – organ, bass, guitar (electric), drums

Credits[edit]

  • Don Bartley – mastering
  • Adam Rhodes – engineer
  • James Sanger – co-production, programming, sound design
  • Martin Philbey – photography
  • Paul Kelly – producer (all tracks except track 10)
  • Mick Harvey – producer (track 10)
  • Mark Wallis – producer (all tracks except track 10)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Australasian Performing Right Association". APRA. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-03. 

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