Dream a Little

Dream a Little

5.0 6
by Jimmy Demers

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Release Date:
Concord Records


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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jimmy Demers   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Mary Murphy Demers   Vocals
John Acosta   Cello
Corey Allen   Conductor
Terry Coffey   Bass,Percussion,Piano,Drums,Keyboards,fender rhodes
Charles Everett   Violin
Stefanie Fife   Cello
Harry Kim   Trumpet,Soloist
Alan Pasqua   Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Electric Guitar
Edward Persi   Viola
Dean Pleasants   Guitar
Jim McGorman   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
Gerry Hilera   Violin
John "4 Daddman" Robinson   Drums
Brian Austin Green   Acoustic Guitar
Carolyn Riley   Viola
Larry "LaRue" Cianelli   Percussion
Owen Elliot   Vocals
Paul Manaster   Violin
Antoine Brumfield   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
Robert "Baba" Burns   Drums
Donnie Demers   Piano
Damon Stout   Drums,Bass Guitar,12-string Guitar
Franklyn D'Antonio   Violin
Todor Pelev   Violin
Robert F. Peterson   Violin
Franklyn D' Antonio   Violin
Ed Persi   Viola

Technical Credits

Rickie Lee Jones   Composer
Mary Murphy Demers   Introduction
Corey Allen   String Arrangements
Fabian André   Composer
Terry Coffey   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Arrangements,rhythm arrangement,Audio Production,Instrumentation
Jimmy Demers   Composer,Executive Producer
Gus Kahn   Composer
Jim Krueger   Composer
Tom McCauley   Engineer
Wilbur Schwandt   Composer
Diane Warren   Composer
Victor Vanacore   String Arrangements,String Conductor
Seth Presant   Engineer
Bill Airey Smith   Engineer
Larry "LaRue" Cianelli   Drum Editing
James Willets   Engineer
Owen Elliot   Duet
Hal Gaba   Executive Producer
Antoine Brumfield   Engineer
Donnie Demers   Arranger,Composer,Executive Producer,Art Direction,Vocal Producer

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Dream a Little 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Warren_Cowell More than 1 year ago
I just purchased this album after seeing this singer's video of "There She Goes" on YouTube. "Dream a Little" by singer Jimmy Demers, is a cohesive body of work that accomplishes nothing less than a musical journey overwhelmingly rich with melody & lyrics. Served on a platter of spirited and heartfelt performances, this is food for the soul. Don't miss your opportunity to feast!
Joshua_Levin More than 1 year ago
Wow a friend recommended that I buy this record, normally she doesn't have a clue but I have to agree with her about this CD it's awesome. He has a great voice and i can just let the whole CD play from beginning to end because all the songs are soothing and beautiful. I love the remake of Dream A Little and Saturday Nights they are better than the original. I definitely recommend this album especially now that everybody in my house is singing "There She Goes"!!!!
babydoll44 More than 1 year ago
The production, lyrics and vocals are great. There isn't a song on this album that I do not want to listen to. The best I've heard in a long time my husband and I put this one on the top of our list.
lady41 More than 1 year ago
Im speachless this is a great album. Jimmy has proved that real artistry is still out there.
Baba-K More than 1 year ago
I love this record. It is packed with incredible songwriting and production that keeps me playing this record from start to finish. While at home after a hard day of work or when we're just chilling "Dream a Little Dream" is already loaded in the player and either my wife or I will hit play and Jimmy takes over the mood of the entire house. While out-n-about Jimmy's in tha ride, on the pod, and/or on the cellie. The title track is an awesome production and very soothing, "Special" is my favorite, My wife loves "We go on", and Nothng Hurts Like Love says it all. Jimmy's voice and original style is what the industry needs in today's empty pool of wanna-bees and copy-kats. If you love good Adult Contemporary music and want something fresh, original, and stimulating I think that "Dream A Little Dream" is the one. Check it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago