His third offering, Where the Bungalows Roam, is certainly his warmest and most hushed record to date. The album was churned out throughout 2006, working with Dave Draves and Jarrett Bartlett (Kathleen Edwards, Julie Doiron, Howe Gelb) at Little Bullhorn Prods in Ottawa, as well as Chris Shreenan-Dyck (Blue Rodeo, The Sadies, Jon Langford) at Blue Rodeo’s Woodshed Studio.
Bungalows leaves the bright guitars of Bryson’s past work behind for soft strumming; strained vocals are replaced with whispered confessions. This record is as direct as they come, and Jim’s lyrics have nowhere to hide. Nor should they.
Bryson’s gift for capturing a mood or a feeling is one of his most praised strengths. Whether it’s coping with the winter weather, self-confidence or general restlessness, Jim finds a way to make his songs ours. Enjoy!
Edited by klimaz on 15 Oct 2011, 19:52
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