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The junk heap in the mid-'70s was piled high with singer/songwriters who either never had the chops to sell many albums or were just victims of bad timing. Not this ex–Spooky Tooth man and pal to George Harrison. (Wright played on the ex-Beatle's All Things Must Pass and Living in the Material World.) For one thing, Dream Weaver is an early example of synths in rock music; it’s hard to imagine in the years before computers were common, but this album is all keyboards and drums (featuring great drummers Andy Newmark and Jim Keltner), except for Ronnie Montrose’s lone guitar on “Power of Love.” Wright wrenches surprising warmth from the instrumentation, and his lucid tenor doesn’t hurt things. From spare pop (the hit “Love Is Alive”) to spindly funk (“Let It Out”) to a haunting suburban love anthem (the international smash “Dream Weaver,” which Wright wrote, funnily enough, on an acoustic guitar) to a rocking wink to escapism (“Much Higher”), this album is exceptionally forward-gazing for the era, yet handily driven on classic singer/songwriter motifs.

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Cleaning Seeds in My Zepplin Album!

This album was glued to my Girard Turntable as the Lava Lamp Glowed through the Blacklited room and the Puff,Puff...wheeezzzzzzz..cough Oops. Anyway,Great stuff! BarryTheBassESPN

Larry Flint

Thank g-d for a stand up guy!!!!!

Road Trip Fav

This is one of my Dads all time Fav albums. We listen to it every time we go out of town. One of the very few albums u can play from start to fin w/o skipping tracks!


Born: April 26, 1943 in Creskill, NJ

Genre: Rock

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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