Dan Bern (1997) is the self-titled debut full album of the Iowa native singer/songwriter Dan Bern. All tracks composed by Dan Bern. King of the World" – 2:48. Too Late To Die Young" – 2:58. I'm Not the Guy" – 3:32. Never Fall in Love" – 3:12. Dan Bern – Organ, Guitar, Harmonica, Cello, Vocals, Art Direction, Illustrations, Paintings.
Dan Bern (also known as Bernstein; born July 27, 1965) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, novelist and painter. His music is often compared to that of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen, Phil Ochs and Elvis Costello. He is a prolific composer, having written hundreds of songs. He also wrote the novel Quitting Science (2004) under the pen name Cunliffe Merriwether and wrote the preface under his own name. Popular Dan Bern songs.
Songs of Fall by Dan Bern, released 19 February 2014 1. On The Roof 2. 2nd Avenue 3. Welcome (Madmen With Guns) 4. Break Up the USA 5. Namath, Mantle and Me 6. Forget-Me-Nots 7. I Can't Bring Your Daddy Back 8. Islamorada 9. Perfume City 10. Birthday. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Dan Bern (also known as Bernstein; born July 27, 1965) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, novelist and painter He is a prolific composer, having written over one thousand songs. He wrote the novel Quitting Science (2004) under the pen name Cunliffe Merriwether and wrote the preface under his own name. Background information. Bern's song "Talkin' Woody, Bob, Bruce, and Dan Blues," from the album Smartie Mine, offers a joking take on this influence, presented in the style of a Guthrie or Dylan talking blues song, and containing a spoof of a Springsteen song as well. When asked about the similarity between himself and Dylan, he once quipped, "I guess Bob Dylan was sort of the Dan Bern of the '60's. Bernstein has toured with Ani DiFranco.
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Dan Bern sounds a lot like Bob Dylan on this early work. Clever but dated lyrics (Henry Miller references for example) show how much our culture has changed. Jerusalem is a wonderful song (I don't have to worry because I do love it that much). You can find it free on the web and get a taste of the fantastic songwriting on this album.