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Swedish singer Sarah Nyberg Pergament and British multi-instrumentalist Kevin Wright have worked separately for a number of years under a variety of project names on the fringes of the indie and twee pop scenes. Their first album together as the Dreamers draws on nearly all of the influences that have permeated this cinematic sub-sub-genre, from the European soundtrack composers of the '60s to the first wave of Brazilian bossa nova artists to the Young Marble Giants' minimalist electronica to Portishead and Saint Etienne's subtle adaptation of dance beats. Pergament and Wright fuse all of these elements so well, in fact, that there's little room left for any new ideas of their own. Taken on a song by song basis, Day for Night is like mother's milk for any self-respecting twee pop fan; Pergament's songs in particular (she and Wright alternate lead vocals) are simply lovely due to the guileless prettiness of her pleasingly unornamented vocal, although Wright's whispery, close-miked style is almost as appealing itself. It's just that over the course of the entire ten-song album, the duo's limitations become clearer: the songs rarely make that crucial leap from pretty to memorable.


Genre: Easy Listening

Years Active: '00s

The Dreamers were one of the relatively few all-female doo wop groups in the mid-'50s, recording several singles on which they backed noted R&B singer Richard Berry. They did just one single under their own name, "Do Not Forget"/"Since You've Been Gone," which came out on Flip in 1957. They also recorded a 1954 single billed as the Dreamers Featuring Richard Berry, and also did a couple of singles for Class as the Rollettes. They were more pop-influenced than most doo wop groups of the time, but...
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