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Dan Bern

Dan Bern

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Everyone knows that hype kills, and being touted as the next anything, especially "the next Bob Dylan," is usually, for the most part, the kiss of death. So for those of you turned off by such things, we'll skip those kinds of superlatives, because this record should not be missed. In a genre that on the surface seems to be progressing, but in reality is becoming staler every year, Dan Bern's take on folk music is refreshing to say the least. Bern doesn't treat the music with kid gloves, nor does he try to beautify or jazz it up. He simply attacks the music, much in the way Dylan did, from the solo acoustic "Jerusalem," to the punkish "Go to Sleep" or the spoken melody of "Estelle," which hearkens back to Dylan's own "Brownsville Girl." Lyrically, whether proclaiming himself the Messiah or merely the "king of the world," Bern's acerbic wit and surprising poignancy will pull you back time and time again. So don't listen to those anointing him with phrases like "the next Dylan" or "the best singer/songwriter in years"; just listen to Dan Bern's debut and see for yourself.
© Brett Hartenbach /TiVo

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1
Jerusalem Album Version
00:03:44

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Go To Sleep Album Version
00:02:33

Josh Zawaduk, Performer - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer - Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Wasteland Album Version
00:06:38

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Marilyn Album Version
00:02:51

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
King Of The World Album Version
00:02:48

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer - Dean Restum, Recording Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Too Late To Die Young Album Version
00:02:58

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Organ - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Rome Album Version
00:05:54

Josh Zawaduk, Acordeon - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer - Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
I'm Not The Guy Album Version
00:03:32

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Never Fall In Love Album Version
00:03:13

Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Chuck Plotkin, Percussion - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Estelle Album Version
00:07:33

Josh Zawaduk, Acordeon - D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Micajah Ryan, Recording Engineer - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Gidget, Vocal - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer - Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Queen Album Version
00:03:13

D. Bern, Composer - D. Bern, Lyricist - Gary Mallaber, Drums - Stephen Marcussen, Mastering Engineer - Dan Bern, Vocal - Dan Bern, Guitar - Dan Bern, Performer - Dan Bern, Acoustic Cello - Dan Bern, Harmonica - Jennifer Condos, Bass - Marshall Thompson, Keyboards - Chuck Plotkin, Producer - Mouse Johnson, Recording Engineer - Toby Scott, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Everyone knows that hype kills, and being touted as the next anything, especially "the next Bob Dylan," is usually, for the most part, the kiss of death. So for those of you turned off by such things, we'll skip those kinds of superlatives, because this record should not be missed. In a genre that on the surface seems to be progressing, but in reality is becoming staler every year, Dan Bern's take on folk music is refreshing to say the least. Bern doesn't treat the music with kid gloves, nor does he try to beautify or jazz it up. He simply attacks the music, much in the way Dylan did, from the solo acoustic "Jerusalem," to the punkish "Go to Sleep" or the spoken melody of "Estelle," which hearkens back to Dylan's own "Brownsville Girl." Lyrically, whether proclaiming himself the Messiah or merely the "king of the world," Bern's acerbic wit and surprising poignancy will pull you back time and time again. So don't listen to those anointing him with phrases like "the next Dylan" or "the best singer/songwriter in years"; just listen to Dan Bern's debut and see for yourself.
© Brett Hartenbach /TiVo

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