The Dangers - dreamtime

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The Dangers: Dreamtime Reviews

“The Dangers’ tenth studio album, Dreamtime is deceptively jaunty and poppy, with nods to classic rock influences like The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel and Bob Dylan. Careful attention to the lyrics, however, makes the listener realize that the album is not so much about being in a dreamlike state as about discerning fantasy from reality.” - Julie Bradlow click for full review

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“However you like to listen, don’t sleep on whether to pick up a copy of Dreamtime!”


“This is a wonderful follow-up to last year's 'The Land of Opportunity'. Like 'The Land of Opportunity', 'Dreamtime' has an overall concept or theme. Dreams are a common thread that weaves its way throughout the album. I may be reaching here, but I consider this to be a kind of sequel to 'The Land of Opportunity'. Last year's album dealt with the political struggles we face in our country. Things were looking very dark. In 'Dreamtime', we see or dream that things can be better. We still have a lot of struggles to face, but there is something better on the distant horizon.” - Patrick Judy click for full review

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August 3rd - 15th and Final Campout - The Dangers play indoors at 6:00 pm

August 4th - Fi-Stock From noon to 5 pm

The Dangers plus special guests


December 1 - Annual Christmas Show

September 6 - MTL Unplugged

September 2 - Fi-Stock in Redlands

August 31 - 14th Annual Campout at Pappy & Harriets

May 27 - Saturation Festival - The Dangers at MTL

April 4 - The Dangers at MTL