Jim Bryson – The Depression Dance [Listen]

I’m going to take a ballsy chance on posting this song.
Ottawa’s Jim Bryson will finally release his long-awaited fifth album called Somewhere We Will Find Our Place.
Here is what Jim posted from his site about the new album.
For some perspective: I made this record with Charles Spearin of Do Make Say Think and The Broken Social Scene. I had seen Charles play in Feist’s band at the NAC and was taken by his playing and charm and execution. Charles had Shawn Everett mix this record for us. Shawn took his sweet time mind you, as he was also mixing The Alabama Shakes (now Grammy-nominated) “Sound And Color” record. We recorded the songs in Toronto, with John Dinsmore, and in Kingston with Zane Whitfield. Charles and I finished stuff here in the grand town of Stittsville.
This is a really important and special record for me and while I know all records have that, there was just something in the water when we recorded these songs. I could not have made anything near this good without Charles and Peter vonAlthen and Philippe Charbonneau. They took the raw songs and made them into something, taking them to a whole new place. So I thank them very much.

I am very curious on this new album and what I have heard from some people that he exploring newer sounds that we aren’t used to.

Have a listen to the leading single The Depression Dance. (I happened to do a Google search)

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