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“For lovers of Appalachian folk and americana, who also think it’s important that songs have substantive meaning, Jim Savarino’s album ‘Sun Dreams’ is a must-have ! Timeless, poetic and with passion he sings about life, hope, love, nature and also about the catastrophic way of coal mining in the Appalachian Mountains (his song ‘Where Have The Mountains Gone ?’ features in the movie “Rise Up ! West Virginia”). Born and raised in West Virginia, living in Morgantown and so in the beautiful Appalachian area, Jim Savarino developed his musical talents and can be counted to those singer-songwriters who pass on their music to the audience with heart and soul. After his albums ‘The Man In The Street’ (1997) and ‘Don’t Let The World Get You Down’ (2002), Jim Savarino has released his 3rd album ‘Sun Dreams’ (2009). I believe Jim is not haughty, but a sensitive optimistic guy who is positive and honest in life. He loves life and making music. ”