Letters to a Dream (October 1992), was co-produced with Barry Wolfison. Bevan Hannan writing for The Canberra Timess finds "[t]he instrumentals are infatuating, perhaps long-winded at times, but to Tillett's credit he sustains the mood, mainly due to the absence of electronics and a rhythm section. His bold operatic voice is engaging and he works an interesting interplay with backing singer Mary-Ellen Stringer".
"The cover picture from Letters to a Dream - taken in Bonn by Kirstin Vieg. It was somewhere near Beethoven's mother grave...which gave me the idea... I asked myself - what would Beethoven look like if he was exhumed? That was what we were trying to capture here. Kirstin was a true artist. She used Large Format photography and went to great pains to set up the shot. I think every photograph cost around $100. So it was a real passion and a statement for her to make, as the proverbial impoverished artist, at the time. She and her boyfriend kindly offered for me to stay in the old abandoned industrial site/warehouse where they stayed, to allow me to afford moving to Germany on a permanent basis. Eventually, she actually bought a share, and held on to one of the spaces for me for years, though I never did move there".