Dylan Guthro | All That's True

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All That's True

by Dylan Guthro

The record leaves no doubt that this talented singer-songwriter has a very bright future. The songs are solid and sincere, the musicianship superb. Produced by music veterans Bruce Guthro and Dave Gunning at Wee House of Music.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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1. Thinkin'
3:07 album only
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2. A Kid to You
3:17 album only
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3. Purple Dress
3:28 album only
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4. Quicksand
4:29 album only
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5. Mary Jane
2:31 album only
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6. The Mermaid Song
3:36 album only
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7. Sing to Me
2:38 album only
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8. Canso
3:57 album only
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9. Get Back In
2:53 album only
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10. My Brother (Marky's Song)
4:43 album only
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11. Love Takes Priority
4:17 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dylan’s Guthro’s debut recording All That’s True leaves no doubt that this talented singer-songwriter has a very bright future. The songs are solid and sincere, the musicianship superb. Thoughtfully produced by music veterans Bruce Guthro and Dave Gunning at Wee House of Music, All That’s True is an outstanding first effort for such a young artist.

Musicians who appear on the record include Brian Talbot (Slowcoaster), Kevin Fox, producers Dave Gunning and Bruce Guthro, vocalist Breagh McKinnon and Dylan, rounding things out on bass guitar.

The songs are a balance of Dylan's songwriting (including the quirky and irresistible “Mary Jane”) and his co-writing with others. The closing track on the record, “Love Takes Priority,” is a family affair, co-written by Dylan, his dad and his younger sister, Jodi. And, the stunning duet “Sing to Me” with Breagh MacKinnon is a co-write from Dylan's time spent last summer at the Gordie Sampson Songcamp.

The resulting body of work is reflective of Dylan himself – brimming with musicality, full of integrity and immediately likeable.

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