Dream (Captain & Tennille album)

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Dream
Studio album by Captain & Tennille
Released 1978
Genre Jazz
Label A&M
Producer Daryl Dragon
Captain & Tennille chronology
Come in from the Rain
(1977)
Dream
(1978)
Make Your Move
(1979)

Dream is the fourth album by the married duo Captain & Tennille and their final album with A&M Records.

Recording Studios[edit]

The album was recorded at A&M Recording Studios (Hollywood, California) 1977; A&M Recording Studios "A" 1977; Captain & Tennille's Private Studio, (San Fernando Valley) 1977; The Record Plant (Los Angeles) 1977; Wally Heider Recording Studios (Hollywood, California) 1977.

Track listing[edit]

First side[edit]

  1. "I'm On My Way" (Mark Safan) (2:49)
  2. "You Never Done It Like That" (Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka) (3:19)
  3. "Dixie Hummingbird" (Ray Stevens) (3:59)
  4. "You Need a Woman Tonight" (Dana Merino) (3:14)
  5. "Love Me Like a Baby" (Howard Greenfield, Toni Tennille) 3:35)
  6. "Love Is Spreading Over the World" (Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka) (4:02)

Second Side[edit]

  1. ""D" Keyboard Blues" (Daryl Dragon) (4:00)
  2. "Good Enough" (Johanna Hall, Daryl Hall) (4:00)
  3. "If There Were Time" (Bruce Johnston, Rod McKuen) (3:51)
  4. "Back to the Island" (Leon Russell) (4:33)
  5. "Dream (When You're Feeling Blue)" (Johnny Mercer) (3:25)

Charts[edit]

Year Album US 200
1978 Dream 131

Singles[edit]

Year Single Hot 100 AC
1978 "I'm on My Way" 74 6
1978 "You Never Done It Like That" 10 10
1978 "You Need a Woman Tonight" 40 40

"You Never Done It Like That" also reached #63 on the UK Singles Chart.

Critical reception[edit]

Dream was released in 1978 on A&M records, and included the hit singles "You Never Done it Like That" and "You Need a Woman Tonight." The album was recorded throughout their own studio (Captain & Tennille's private studio). title track marked the conclusion of a 40s standards show. "You Never Done it Like That" was originally recorded by Sedaka on his album A Song".

Personnel[edit]

  • Piano, vocals, background vocals - Toni Tennille
  • Drums, congas - Michael E. Mathis, Hal Blaine, Ron Tutt, Shelly Manne
  • Guitar, keyboards, electric guitar, tambourine percussion - Daryl "Captain" Dragon
  • Backup vocals - Carolyn Willis, Melissa Tennille, Gene Merlino, Louisa Tennille, Gary Sims, Gene Morford, Ron Hicklin, Bruce Johnston

References[edit]