Campbell Harrison | Dreamer in a Bottle

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Dreamer in a Bottle

by Campbell Harrison

A stripped-down, airy and often haunting, successor to his first studio release, the album showcases Campbell Harrison's distinctive voice and guitar style; reaffirming his reputation as a fresh new artist, unbound by a conventional genre.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Alive
5:04 $0.99
2. So Long
4:51 $0.99
3. Old Joey
4:05 $0.99
4. For the Good Folk
3:25 $0.99
5. Dreamer in a Bottle
3:24 $0.99
6. Aunt Mary
4:05 $0.99
7. Another Road Song
3:58 $0.99
8. All Fall Down
3:23 $0.99
9. Let It Out
4:09 $0.99
10. Song to Sing
3:01 $0.99
11. My Time Coming
5:16 $0.99
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Album Notes
Expect blues-infused Americana and Folk-Rock from this Georgia based singer-songwriter. Campbell Harrison is known for his powerful lyrics and catchy melodies and though he mixes several genres, his unique voice and guitar style result in a signature sound all his own.

After his critically acclaimed EP, Behind Glass, dropped in December of 2015, Campbell has been honing his craft with the guidance of Folk-rock legend Caroline Aiken and building a stable of impressive new songs. With "Dreamer in a Bottle," he departs from the polished, full-production sound of his debut EP with a stripped-down, airy and often haunting, successor. Ranging from Americana and Contemporary R&B to straight up Blues and Rock, the album showcases Harrison’s distinctive voice and guitar work; reaffirming his reputation as a fresh new artist, unbound by a conventional genre. Recorded at the Dragon’s Den (Dragonsong Productions) in Tucker, Ga, Ben Hernandez produced the album with vintage ribbon mics used by Johnny Cash and Emmylou Harris to match Campbell’s breathy vocal style and earthy guitar work.

The Americana-rocker will be touring the southeast to promote his new album, playing solo acoustic shows for intimate venues, but will break out his full-bore, electric band for larger settings. Go to Campbell Harrison’s website: or FB page @campbellharrisonmusic for tour dates or further details.



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Voodoo Chil

Incredibly Diverse & Solid Album!
Another great release from this young artist. I've been waiting for a full album to see his full range and I'm blown away. There's a definite Indie-rock style going on, mixed with roots-rock, pop and even R&B - all done equally well. The songs Dreamer In A Bottle, Alive, So Long and Another Road Song have a "dreamy" quality reminiscent of John Mayer, Jack Johnson and even Beck, but it something altogether new. The tracks Let It Out, Aunty Mary and Old Joey have a swampy blues vibe and My Time coming simply kicks ass. Then there's two bonafide pop-rock hits in the first single, Song To Sing, and the sleeper, For The Good Folk. There's not a 'filler' in the whole batch. Harrison's acoustic guitar and voice give the album a signature sound that you'll want to immediately hear again after first listen.