Cindy Bullens | Dream #29

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Dream #29

by Cindy Bullens

Features Elton John on piano, duet with Delbert McClinton. Close to the bone and rockin'.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Oriental Silk
5:16 album only
2. Jellico Highway
5:04 album only
3. Box of Broken Hearts
3:44 album only
4. Paper and Glass
4:36 album only
5. Dream #29
5:27 album only
6. Mockingbird Hill
5:29 album only
7. 7 Days
3:58 album only
8. This Ain't Love
4:25 album only
9. Too Close To The Sun
5:05 album only
10. Love Letter From Las Vegas
4:20 album only
11. January Sky
4:03 album only


Album Notes
Emmylou Harris calls her the "female Bruce Springsteen".

"When people ask me what I do, I say I'm a rock and roller," Cindy notes. "I've said that from the beginning, and I still say it today. Many people consider me a singer-songwriter in the category of John Hiatt, Lucinda Williams and Steve Earle, and I'm very proud to be in their company. It is about the songs, but when you come to see me play live, playing the same Les Paul or Stratocaster I played 20 years ago, you will know I'm a rock-and-roller."

      Over the last few years, Cindy has toured in the US, Europe, and Australia.  In the summer of 2004, she gathered with an all-star band at Ray Kennedy's Room & Board Studio in Hermitage, Tennessee, to record her sixth solo album, "Dream #29." Featuring George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt) on guitar, Dennis Burnside on keys, Ginger Cote (The Coming Grass) on drums, and Garry W. Tallent (E-Street Band) on bass, "Dream #29" is an absorbing collection of rock & roll, balancing poignant and introspective songs with a down-and-dirty rock & roll attitude.



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Ralph Power

Cindy Bullens-dream #29
Good music from an artist who sings,plays,and writes from the heart.

ken lawrence

better than ever Oh Yeah
in 1979, these blind ears heard a singer/song writerthat knocked them out. well i won't go into losing contact with cindy and how i rediscovered her, but she's better than ever on this cd. she was great that night at the paradise rock club on a radio broadcast on the ledgendary boston rocker WBCN. the opening track oriental silk is like making love, the twang on paper and glass is unforgetable, the bluesy box of broken hearts and love letter from los vaiges well and dream number 29 is a instant classic. ken the braille encyclopedia of rock n' roll says yeah yeah yeah and a thousand times yeah.