Dream, Dream

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"Dream, Dream"
Single by Luv'
from the album With Luv'
B-side "Hang On"
Released November 1977
Format 7" vinyl single
Recorded 1977
Genre Pop
Length 3:30
Label Philips/Phonogram Records (Benelux & German speaking countries)
Harvest Records (UK)
Writer(s) Hans van Hemert and Piet Souer (as Janschen & Janschens)
Producer(s) Hans van Hemert
Luv' singles chronology
My Man (Luv' song)
"Dream, Dream"
"U.O.Me (Theme from Waldolala)"

"Dream, Dream" is the second single by the Dutch girl group Luv', released in November 1977 by Philips/Phonogram Records. It appears on the group's first album With Luv' (1978).


The previous single ("My Man") was the group's first record in 1977. It was an honorable hit single in the Benelux countries. The follow-up single was entitled "Dream, Dream". The musical arrangements were inspired by the sound of ABBA. The famous Swedish pop quartet indeed inspired their songwriters and producers (Hans van Hemert and Piet Souer). The girl trio expected to have another hit but the single flopped and the groip seemed to be a one-hit wonder. The real breakthrough came in 1978 with the success of "U.O.Me (Theme from Waldolala)" and "You're the Greatest Lover".

Track listing and release[edit]

7" vinyl[1]

  • a. "Dream, Dream"
  • b. "Hang On"
Country Year Label Catalog
Netherlands/Germany/Belgium 1977 Philips/Phonogram Records 6012752
UK 1977 Harvest Records/EMI HAR 5136

Chart performance[edit]

The single failed to enter the Dutch Top 40. However, in December 1977, it peaked at #16 on the Tipparade[2] which listed the singles below number 40 that did not enter the official Dutch charts.



  1. ^ Release information on Discogs.com website Accessed: February 11, 2011
  2. ^ Tipparade Week 53 in 1977 Accessed: February 4, 2011