Sad Sweet Dreamer
The second single from the British soul group, a soaring soul ballad heavily influenced by the Stylistics (and led by lead vocalist Marcel King's falsetto), "Sad Sweet Dreamer" became their first hit. Written by David Parton and co-produced by Tony Hatch & Bob Wackett. The song reached #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 the following spring. Both Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent sang on the track to augment Sweet Sensation. Hatch wanted to work with them after they were discovered on New Faces whilst he was on the judging panel.
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|UK number one single
19 October 1974 for one week
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