I've spilled many a word on Dreams So Real, perhaps the second best band to emanate from Athens, GA and hopefully these won't be my last. As some of you might recall, DSR issued a mailorder-only CD of b-sides and outtakes called Nocturnal Omissions in the very early '90s. In fact , it gathered up every stray track left on the cutting room floor...with the exception of one. I'm not sure if it was a licensing issue or what, but the Omissions compilation 'omitted' the b-side to "Bearing Witness" (I believe the second single off of the Rough Night in Jericho album). The song in question was a faithful, (if not a bit rigid) reading of Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl." So there you have it, the "lost" Dreams So Real b-side. BTW, the flip is pretty decent too. "Lay me down in the bulrushes..."
A. Bearing Witness (Lay Me Down)
B. Cinnamon Girl
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