Sweet Dream (Jethro Tull song)
Jethro Tull Sweet Dream German 7 Single
|Single by Jethro Tull|
|from the album Stand Up|
|Genre||Hard rock, progressive rock|
|Label||Chrysalis, Island, Reprise, Fontana|
|Jethro Tull singles chronology|
"Sweet Dream" is a song recorded by the English progressive rock band Jethro Tull. It was a UK Top Ten hit single, reaching number 7. The song is a non-album single originally recorded during the sessions of their second album Stand Up, but appeared as a bonus track with several other non-album songs on remastered versions of that album. The song appears on many of their compilation albums. In England, the single was the first release on Chrysalis Records.
The song is in the key of E minor.
In 1981, a music video was made for the Slipstream tour. Ian Anderson is dressed up like a vampire and it shows clips from old horror films.
The song made number 7 in the UK.
- Jethro Tull
- Ian Anderson – flute, 12-string guitar, lead vocals
- Glenn Cornick – bass guitar
- Martin Barre – electric guitar
- Clive Bunker – drums, percussion
- Additional musician
- David Palmer - arranged and conducted orchestra
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