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A Dream I Used To Remember

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Eivind Opsvik

Label: Loyal Label
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

A Dream I Used To Remember; Canada; Swimming Back into the Picture; Anchor Lane Parade; Windswept; Steam and Bells; Sleepy Rush; The Good Eye; September and Starry-eyed; Sunroad.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Eivind Opsvik: upright bass, electric bass, drums, percussion, lap steel guitar, piano, pump organ, keyboards, glass, vocals, software; Aaron Jennings: electric guitars, acoustic guitars, banjo, vocals, electronics, software; Peter Opsvik: flute (3), vocals (9); Rich Johnson: trumpet (4, 6, 9), vocals (9); Rob Jost: French horn (4, 6, 9) vocals (9); Brian Drye: trombone (4, 6, 9), vocals (9); R.J. Miller: drums (4, 9); Michelle Arcila: voice (4); Nova Chamber Choir members: Mathilde F. Blichfeldt, Lillian Fjell Hassel, Karianne Jaeger, Karoline Ormasen, Maria Sandve, Hege Kristin Ulvin: vocals (2, 3, 7, 9).


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