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These Are My Dreams

by Stan Graham

This debut album from a superb singer songwriter has produced many covers for other well known artists. Stan's excellent songs have a real honest feel to them and as always his warm strong vocals are backed by some superb Scottish musicians. Listen to son
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Across The Sea
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2. Alice
4:38 $0.99
3. I Still Love You So
3:59 $0.99
4. Angel's Wings
5:42 $0.99
5. Green Fields Of France
6:23 $0.99
6. Paris In The Fall
4:11 $0.99
7. In The Way Of The World
4:45 $0.99
8. Monuments Of Stone
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9. These Are My Dreams
5:35 $0.99
10. Leave Me Gentley Please
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11. Days Like These
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12. A Soldier's Goodbye
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Album Notes
“These Are My Dreams” is Stan’s first Studio Album, recorded just as he was leaving the Army in 1991. It has been extremely successful, with well over half of the songs being covered by other artist’s world wide. The title track won the converted Keith Marsden Song Writing Competition in 2000 and has just been recorded by Martyn Wyndham-Read. Other tracks from this album have been recorded by well known artists in Australia, France, Norway and the United States. Skilfully produced by Kenny Speirs, the album contains a number of his classic songs including Alice, Days Like These, These Are My Dreams, Across the Sea, Monuments Of Stone and A Soldiers Goodbye. With superb arrangement and accompaniment from a host of top musicians including Stewart Hardy on Fiddle, Iain Lothian on Accordian and Tommy Roseburgh on Piano, this is an album you will play over and over again and well worth adding to your collection.



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Ruby Paul

One of the best CD's I've bought this year, I love it!
I really was suprised at the quality and depth of this CD, I play it all the time and love the variety of the songs. Stan has a nice relaxed voice and easy style, his lyrics have depth and meaning. I already have a copy of More Than Words, which is different but just as good, or perhaps better, anyway just great listening. Ruby.


Another great find
I love this early album of Stan's songs, I've become a big fan since listening to his latest album Music & Friends. This album has some real gems in it, Across The Sea, the Wonderful Alice, Days LIke These, A Soldiers Goodbye, I could go on! The vocals and the musicians are excellent and you can see Stan's development as a songwriter in these his first recordings. The songs are so memorable and easy to listen to but the stick in your mind and you find yourself singing them without realising it. Try this album out it's great.


Great songs man, easy and thoughtful to listen to.
I enjoyed the songs and deeper meanings in this album, great to listen to in the car, played it all the way through and it's still going strong on my favs list.
Si Mann

BBC Radio York

Stan is one of Yorkshires leading Songwriters.
Stan Graham is one of Yorkshire's finest songwriters and we are proud of his contribution here at Radio York. His songs are amongst the most requested on our weekly North Yorkshire Folk Programme and his reputation is fast speading across the country and indeed worldwide.

Phil Manners

Currently my most played album.
I like this guys honest and thoughtful lyrics and no nonsence music. I play it all the time. Alice is a great song, what a moving song it makes me want to cry. As an ex soldier I realy liked A Soldiers Goodbye. My other favorite is Across The Sea. If you read this thanks Stan.