Phonographic Copyright (p) – Flat Town Music Company
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
Licensed To – Ace Records Ltd.
Mastered At – CTS Studios
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Mighty Sam McClain - Here I Come Again. Mighty Sam McClain - Sweet Dreams. Mighty Sam McClain - Standing In The Wings. Mighty Sam McClain - Learn How To Love You Again. Mighty Sam McClain - Fool For The Blues. Mighty Sam McClain - Living In My Dreams. Sweet Dreams - Tommy McLain East Side Story Vol. 6 Sponsor Links Below: Want to bet on sports. Tommy McLain - Sweet Dreams. Dedicate The Blues to Me. Faron Young Sweet Dreams Pop Music Vol. 2 - Tommy McLain. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Tommy McLain Фото исполнителя Tommy McLain. All songs by Tommy McLain. added date. Sweet Dreams Unavailable. Most popular albums by Tommy McLain: Johnnie Allan, Ritchie Valens. Radio Gold Vol. Band Name Mighty Sam McClain. Album Name Sweet Dreams. Type Album. Released date 18 June 2001. Labels Telarc. Sweet Dreams. Standing in the Wings. Learn How to Love You Again. Fool for the Blues. Living in My Dreams. Nothing But a Feeling. Respect Yourself. Sweet Dreams or Sweet Dreams of You is a country ballad, which was written by Don Gibson. Gibson originally recorded the song in 1955 his version hit the top ten of Billboard's country chart, but was eclipsed by the success of a competing version by Faron Young. In 1960, after Gibson had established himself as a country music superstar, he released a new version as a single. This version also charted in the top ten on the country chart and also crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, where it. Album: Sweet Dreams 1966. Charted: 49 15. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . With his solo career established, Gibson released his own version of Sweet Dreams as a single in 1960, taking it to 6 on the Country chart and cracking the Hot 100 at 93. Patsy Cline revived the song in 1963, making 5 Country and 44 on the Hot 100 with her version. When the Louisiana songwriter Tommy McLain recorded it in 1966, his version became the biggest mainstream hit, going to 15 on the Hot 100 tally. Other artists who recorded the song include Reba McEntire, Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris. Elvin Bishop recorded this on his 2005 album Gettin' My Groove Back. Tommy McLain is such a phenomenal vocalist it's easy to see how this unknown artist's version of Sweet Dreams beat out Don Gibson's and Patsy Cline's renditions in the pop market. Granted, Gibson and Cline were country - not pop - stars, but neither one was a stranger to the pop charts. Sweet Dreams contains McLain's sole hit and 19 other recordings from 1966-1969, encompassing R&B and country covers that include several recordings of songs by fellow Louisiana artists like Jimmy C. Newman and Fats Domino, with a particular emphasis on Domino
Performer:Tommy McLain Genre:Rock / Blues / Pop Title:Sweet Dreams Country: UK Released: 1990 Style: Louisiana Blues, Ballad, Rock & Roll, Swamp Pop MP3 album: 2070 mb FLAC album: 1170 mb Source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation № Cat: CH 285 Label: Ace