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Album Review

No one expected the success of Dream Weaver when it was released, but it sailed to the top of the charts, and with good reason. Backed with only drums and a wide assortment of keyboards, Gary Wright crafted instantly recognizable tunes such as the title cut and "Love Is Alive," which caught on and remain staples of classic rock stations around the U.S. All very revolutionary and new at the time, Dream Weaver hasn't lost any of its magic over time.

Customer Reviews

Dream Weaver- Gary Wright

This was so fresh and new then and it still is one great, great album, every song could'v been a hit. Gary coming from Spooky Tooth sure spooked [surprised] a lot of people with this album, in my ears still is a big hit, I listen to it a lot, If you never herd this cd, don't be afraid to try! turn up the volume and enjoy……………...

Totally Electronic

This album was reported to be one of the first to be totally done with synths. That included a drum machine, which was replaced (thank goodness) with a real drummer, on the final mix. This album is right up there with the other great classics that came out of the 70's. Too bad it was a one hit wonder!


Born: April 26, 1943 in Creskill, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

Most closely associated with his atmospheric 1976 smash "Dream Weaver," singer Gary Wright was born April 26, 1943 in Creskill, NJ; a former child actor who appeared on Broadway in a production of Fanny, he fronted a number of local rock bands during his high school years before turning his attention to psychology, completing his studies in Berlin at Frei University. In 1967, Wright's band, the New York Times, opened for Traffic, bringing him to the attention of Island Records honcho Chris Blackwell,...
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