Dream Keeper

For the 2003 film, see Dreamkeeper.
Dream Keeper
Studio album by Charlie Haden
Released 1990
Recorded Clinton Studios, New York, April 4–5, 1990
Genre Jazz
Length 48:23
Label Blue Note
Producer Hans Wendl
Charlie Haden chronology
Dream Keeper
Steal Away
Liberation Music Orchestra chronology
The Montreal Tapes: Liberation Music Orchestra
Dream Keeper
Not in Our Name
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic [1]

Dream Keeper is a jazz album by bassist Charlie Haden, recorded in 1990 and released by Blue Note Records. The album was nominated for a Grammy award and was voted "Jazz album of the year" in Down Beat magazine's 1991 critic's poll. Haden, Carla Bley and Ray Anderson also placed first in that year's Acoustic Bass, Composer and Trombone poll categories, respectively.

The album is the third studio recording by Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra, the follow-up to their 1983 The Ballad of the Fallen.

Track listing

1. "Dream Keeper" (Bley, Hughes, Traditional) 16:51
"Dream Keeper Part 1" (Bley)
"Feliciano Ama" (trad. from El Salvador)
"Dream Keeper Part II" (Bley)
"Canto del Pilon (I)" (trad. from Venezuela)
"Dream Keeper Part III" (Bley)
"Canto del Pilon (II)" (trad. from Venezuela)
"Hymn of the Anarchist Women's Movement" (trad. from Spanish Civil War)
"Dream Keeper Part IV" (Bley)
2. "Rabo de Nube" (Rodríguez) 5:23
3. "Nkosi Sikelel'i Afrika" (Sontonga) 10:31
4. "Sandino" (Haden) 6:39
5. "Spiritual" (Haden) 8:59


External links / Awards


  1. Cook, Stephen (2011). "Dream Keeper - Charlie Haden & The Liberation Music Orchestra | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 July 2011.

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