13 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With The Dreamer, Rhett Miller explored his down-home roots, turning to acoustic instrumentation and country style to build an album that reminds listeners where he’s from. Right from the jaunty shuffle and rolling piano of “Lost Without You,” Miller establishes a twangier sound than his other solo outings. “Swimmin’ In Sunshine,” with its bright, sweeping pedal steel, continues the trend, while “As Close As I Came to Being Right,” a duet with Rosanne Cash, provides some sweet melancholy.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With The Dreamer, Rhett Miller explored his down-home roots, turning to acoustic instrumentation and country style to build an album that reminds listeners where he’s from. Right from the jaunty shuffle and rolling piano of “Lost Without You,” Miller establishes a twangier sound than his other solo outings. “Swimmin’ In Sunshine,” with its bright, sweeping pedal steel, continues the trend, while “As Close As I Came to Being Right,” a duet with Rosanne Cash, provides some sweet melancholy.

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