Dreamlovers (album)

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Dreamlovers
Studio album by Tanya Tucker
Released 1980
Genre Country
Label MCA Records
Producer Jerry Crutchfield
Tanya Tucker chronology
Tear Me Apart
(1979)
Dreamlovers
(1980)
Should I Do It
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Dreamlovers is the 11th album by Tanya Tucker. The album features two duets with Glen Campbell, "My Song" and "Dream Lover", a song written and originally sung by Bobby Darin in 1959, which was released as a single. It peaked at only #59 on the Billboard Country Singles chart. The biggest hit single from the album was "Can I See You Tonight," which peaked at #4. Another charting single was the #40 "Love Knows We Tried." The album itself peaked at #41 on the Country Albums chart.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1:

  1. "Can I See You Tonight" (Deborah Allen, Rafe VanHoy) - 2:49
  2. "Love Knows We Tried" (Jan Crutchfield, Kerry Chater, Rory Bourke) - 3:48
  3. "I've Got Somebody" (Randy Goodrum) - 2:39
  4. "Let Me Count the Ways" (Jerry Crutchfield, Clair Cloninger) - 3:24
  5. "Dream Lover" (Bobby Darin) - 2:56 (duet with Glen Campbell)

Side 2:

  1. "Somebody (Trying to Tell You Something)" (Steve Hardin) - 3:35
  2. "All the Way" (Bob Morrison, Jim Zerface) - 2:28
  3. "Tennessee Woman" (Jimmy Webb) - 2:54
  4. "Don't You Want to Be a Lover Tonight" (Sterling Whipple) - 2:45
  5. "My Song" (Hardin) - 2:58 (duet with Glen Campbell)

Personnel[edit]

  • Vocals - Tanya Tucker, Glen Campbell
  • Keyboards - Steve Hardin, Steve Goldstein, Bobby Wood
  • Guitar -Jerry Swallow, Jon Goin, Pete Wade, Johnny Christopher
  • Bass guitar - Bill McCubbin, Jack Williams, Joe Osborne, Neil Stubenhaus
  • Drums - Steve Turner, Buster Phillips, Jerry Carrigan
  • Background vocals - Tanya Tucker, Glen Campbell, Mel Tillis, Sheri Kramer, Bergen White, Diane Tidwell

Production[edit]

  • Producer - Jerry Crutchfield
  • Engineers - Brent Mather, Rick McCollister
  • Photography - Allen Messer
  • Art Direction - George Osaki
  • Design - Marilyn Romen/Sweet Art
  • Mastered by Hank Williams at Woodland Sound Studios, Nashville, TN
  • Vocal overdubs - MCA-Whitney, Glendale, CA

Chart performance[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart (1980) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 41

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions
US Country CAN Country
1980 "Dream Lover" (with Glen Campbell) 59 48
"Can I See You Tonight" 4 4
1981 "Love Knows We Tried" 40 40

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