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CD Title:  Silent Dream Reviewed by:  Mike Tinsley (bassmike@houston.rr.com) Date: 7/16/04
Reviewer is from:  Houston, Texas Rating:  ллллл  

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Silent Dream is beautiful and insightful.  Definitely getting optical grooves worn.  Fiance' and I saw him at Old Spring Crawfish Festival last year and loved the show - he played to a not-packed house.  It was like our private outdoor show.  An otherwise warm but breezy day, listening now to the tracks bring back memories of that picturesque afternoon.  This is one of the first wonderful memories my now-fiance' has of moving to Houston.  His show in Old Town Spring.  My preference is fusion jazz, but with the Peruvian flutes, Chapman Stick and lofty, airy Gordon Lightfoot-like vocals, I'm immediately taken to a high mountaintop in the Peruvian Andes or an Indian burial ground in North Dakota.  You can't help but be taken away by this music, to a place perhaps you've been to before; maybe in a previous life.  A definite must-have for those burnt-out on all the AM/MOR/buzz/AustinSleeptunes out there.  Thank You, Stephen!

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CD Title:  Silent Dream Reviewed by:  Anonymous Date: 5/16/03
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I have been a Stephen Jamail fan since the late '70's.  All four albums are loaded in my sound system ready to go.  I must say that Silent Dream is my favorite.  Stephen does not play the guitar to play the guitar; he plays the guitar to make music.  The tunings he uses are awesome, much like Michael Hedges.  His lyrics always move me to another place, a better place.  Silent Dream is a must buy!!!!  I can't wait for the next offering.

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