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Playlist of Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright - Really Wanna Know You

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    Gary Malcolm Wright (born April 26, 1943) is an American musician, best known for his songs Dream Weaver, Love Is Alive and this song: Really Wanna Know You (1981).

    I Don't Mind Being Lonely
    But I Do Mind Is Not Being Loved
    Maybe You're Feeling The Same Way Too
    You're Ready To Hold Some One

    Refrain
    I Really Wanna Know You
    I Really Wanna Show You The Way I Feel
    I Really Wanna Know You
    I Really Wanna Show You The Way I Feel

    Something About You Telling Me
    We're Coming From The Very Same Place
    It's Only Just A Notion I Have
    (But) I See It Written Over Your Face

    Refrain

    You've Got Something About You That I Want Around Me
    Something I've Been Searching All My Life Through
    So Now It's Up To You, Yeah, Yeah
    Tell Me What You're Gonna Do
    I Wanna Know Yeah Yeah Yeah
    Everytime I See You It's The Same Thing All Over Again
    You're Doing Something To Me It's True
    And I Don't Want To Fell It End

    Refrain

    You've Got Something About You That I Want Around Me
    Something I've Been Searching All My Life Through
    So Now It's Up To You, Yeah, Yeah
    Tell Me What You're Gonna Do
    I Wanna Know Yeah Yeah Yeah

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    Love Is Alive Live w/ Gary Wright & Ringo Starr and His All starr Band

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    Gary Wright performs 'Love Is Alive' with Ringo Starr and His All starr Band live at the Greek Theater in LA. Includes: Gary Wright, Ringo Starr, Colin Hay, Billy Squier, Hamish Stuart, Edgar Winter and Gregg Bisonette.

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    My love is alive original version

    3:56

    From 1975's Hit Album Dream Weaver.

    I am surprised no one has sampled this beat yet.

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    The Midnight Special More 1976 - 08 - Gary Wright - Dream Weaver

    4:31

    No infringement of copyright is intended in any way under DMCA, under the terms of fair use for education.
    The Midnight Special More 1976 - 08 - Gary Wright - Dream Weaver

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    Really Want to Know You

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    Provided to YouTube by Rhino

    Really Want to Know You (Remastered Version) · Gary Wright

    The Right Place

    ℗ 1981 Warner Records Inc.

    Guitar, Keyboards, Producer: Dean Parks
    Bass, Producer: Gary Wright
    Additional Keyboards: Gary Wright
    Background Vocals: Gary Wright
    Percussion: Lenny Castro
    Background Vocals: Lorna Wright
    Drums: Tris Imboden
    Writer: Ali Thomson
    Writer: Gary Wright

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Gary Wright Heartbeat -clipe original

    4:48

    #Curta Nossa pagina:

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    Love Is Alive - Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright performing Love Is Alive on the Midnight Special TV show, 1976. Featuring Steve Porcaro of TOTO, Pablo Cruise and Brothers Johnson.

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    Gary Wright - Much Higher

    3:08

    Cool tune from the Dream Weaver album. I do not own the rights to this.

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    Spooky Tooth - That was only yesterday 1969

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    Spooky Tooth - That was only yesterday 1969

    Spooky Tooth was an English progressive rock band from the late 1960s.

    Band members in 1969:
    Mike Harrison - keyboards, vocals
    Gary Wright - organ, vocals
    Luther (Luke) Grosvenor - guitar, vocals
    Andy Leigh - bass, vocals
    Mike Kellie - drums

    (After Spooky Tooth's split in 1974, Wright continued his solo career, culminating in Dream Weaver. The single peaked at No. 2 for three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1976, and went gold)


    Lyrics:
    Guess I'll have to get out of this town
    No sense in my waiting around
    Only thing left for me here is pain
    She's gone for sure now why pretend
    Left last night with a friend
    Leaving not a word that would explain

    That was only yesterday
    But will I ever face tomorrow
    She took away what I'd had
    And returned it full of sorrow

    That was only yesterday
    Will I ever face tomorrow
    She took away what I'd had
    And returned it full of sorrow

    I think I better find somewhere
    A place where I won't care
    I need some time to hide my shame
    Was only just one day ago
    Found what I'd been searching for
    Had left town on a late night train

    And that was only yesterday
    But will I ever face tomorrow
    She took away what I'd had
    And returned it full of sorrow

    That was only yesterday
    Will I ever face tomorrow
    She took away what I'd had
    And returned it full of sorrow
    That was only yesterday
    Will I ever face tomorrow
    She took away what I'd had
    And returned it full of sorrow

    (Instrumental)

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    Dream Weaver - Gary Wright

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    This is Dream Weaver by Gary Wright I really liked the song and I could not find any lyric videos for this song and I do not own the music the artist does.

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    ♥ ♫ ♪ Gary Wright: Dream Weaver, Album/Studio Version HQ ♥ ♫ ♪

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    ♥ Gary Wright singing, Dream Weaver, from his 1975 album, The Dream Weaver. This is the original version of the legendary song. One of the great songs. ♥ ♫ ♪
    Lyrics:
    I've just closed my eyes again
    Climbed aboard the dream weaver train
    Driver take away my worries of today
    And leave tomorrow behind

    (chorus)
    Ooh dream weaver
    I believe you can get me through the night
    Ooh dream weaver
    I believe we can reach the morning light
    Fly me high through the starry skies
    Maybe to an astral plane
    Cross the highways of fantasy
    Help me to forget todays pain

    (chorus again)

    Though the dawn may be coming soon
    There still may be some time
    Fly me away to the bright side of the moon
    And meet me on the other side

    (chorus again, then fade out with the following
    Repeated several times...)

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    Dream Weaver

    4:16

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Dream Weaver · Gary Wright

    The Very Best Of Gary Wright

    ℗ 1975 Warner Records Inc.

    Drums: Andy Newmark
    Background Vocals: Betty Sweet
    Keyboards: Bobby Lyle
    Keyboards, Organ: David Foster
    Background Vocals: David Pomeranz
    Bass, Keyboards, Organ, Producer: Gary Wright
    Background Vocals: Gary Wright
    Drums: Jim Keltner
    Background Vocals: Lorna Wright
    Writer: Gary Wright

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Gary Wright - Dream Weaver

    3:07

    Music Video

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    Gary Wright - Love Is On the Line

    3:32

    +++ Masterpiece and Rari +++

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    Gary Wright Are You Weepin 1976

    5:10

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    Dream Weaver

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    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Dream Weaver · Gary Wright

    The Dream Weaver

    ℗ 1975 Warner Records Inc.

    Writer: Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright - Love is Alive

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    Love is Alive by Gary Wright
    (c) 1976 High Wave Music, Inc

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    Dream Weaver - Gary Wright Lyrics

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    One of my favorite songs ever. enjoy! :)

    According to Gary Wright, the song was inspired by Autobiography of a Yogi, which was given to him by George Harrison.[3] Paramhansa Yogananda's poem, God! God! God! made reference to the idea of the mind weaving dreams. The expression Dream Weaver was popularized by John Lennon in 1970 in his song God, taken from his solo album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. This song depicts Lennon's declaration that he was the dream weaver of the sixties, breaking away from the influences and dogmas that influenced his life. -wikipedia


    Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.!!

    dream Weaver lyrics by Gary Wright are the property of the respective authours, artists and labels. Dream Weaver llyrics are provided for educational purposes only. if you like the song please support the song by buying it :)

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    Gary Wright - Fascinating Things 1972

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    Gary Wright
    Footprint 1972
    Solo album from ex-Spooky Tooth keyboardist Gary Wright.

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    Gary Wright I KNOW A PLACE 1971 Extraction Spooky Tooth

    5:00

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    Gary Wright- Love Is Alive

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    Gary Wright
    Love Is Alive
    NYC 4-17-10

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    Gary Wright - Devils And Seducers

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    Gary Wright - Love Is Alive - in HQ Audio )))

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    Love Is Alive is a 1976 song by Gary Wright that was a hit single in the US, reaching No. 2 in the Billboard charts. Taken from the album The Dream Weaver, released the previous year, it features Wright on vocals and keyboards with Andy Newmark on drums.

    The album's title cut and Love is Alive both peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Love is Alive spent 27 weeks on the chart, seven weeks longer than Dream Weaver. Billboard ranked Love is Alive as the No. 9 song of 1976. In Canada, the song reached No. 6
    Gary Malcolm Wright (born April 26, 1943) is an American singer, songwriter, musician and composer best known for his 1976 hit songs Dream Weaver and Love Is Alive, and for his role in helping establish the synthesizer as a leading instrument in rock and pop music. Wright's breakthrough album, The Dream Weaver (1975), came after he had spent seven years in London as, alternately, a member of the British heavy rock band Spooky Tooth and a solo artist on A&M Records. While in England, he played keyboards on former Beatle George Harrison's All Things Must Pass triple album (1970), so beginning a friendship that inspired the Indian religious themes and spirituality inherent in Wright's subsequent songwriting. His work since the late 1980s has embraced world music and the new age genre, although none of his post-1976 releases has matched the popularity of The Dream Weaver.

    A former child actor, Wright performed on Broadway in the hit musical Fanny before studying medicine and then psychology in New York and Berlin. After meeting Chris Blackwell of Island Records in Europe, Wright moved to London, where he helped establish Spooky Tooth as a popular live act. He also served as the band's principal songwriter on their recordings – among them, the well-regarded albums Spooky Two (1969) and You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw (1973). His solo album Footprint (1971), recorded with contributions from Harrison, coincided with the formation of Wright's short-lived band Wonderwheel, which included guitarist Mick Jones. Also during the early 1970s, Wright played on notable recordings by B.B. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ringo Starr, Harry Nilsson and Ronnie Spector, while his musical association with Harrison endured until shortly before the latter's death in 2001.

    Wright turned to film soundtrack work in the early 1980s, which led to him re-recording his most popular song, Dream Weaver, for the 1992 comedy Wayne's World. Following Spooky Tooth's reunion tour in 2004, Wright has performed live frequently, either as a member of Starr's All-Starr Band, with his own live band, or on subsequent Spooky Tooth reunions. Wright's most recent solo albums, including Waiting to Catch the Light (2008) and Connected (2010), have all been issued on his Larklio record label. In 2014, Penguin Random House published his autobiography, titled Dream Weaver: Music, Meditation, and My Friendship with George Harrison.

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    Time Machine

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    Time Machine (Remastered Version) · Gary Wright

    The Light Of Smiles

    ℗ 1977 Warner Records Inc.

    Horn, Strings: David Foster
    Bass, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals: Gary Wright
    Producer: Jay Lewis
    Drums: Jim Keltner
    Electric Piano: Peter Reilich
    Writer: Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright - Cant Find The Judge

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    An overlooked, but excellent track from The Dream Weaver album, by Gary Wright, from 1975. This LP also sported the hit Love Is Alive, which was covered by a number of performers, my fave being Chaka Khan.

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    Love Is Alive by Gary Wright REMASTERED

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    Using Vinyl LP as the source media, this is a remastering of Love Is Alive from THE DREAM WEAVER, by Gary Wright.

    There's only one song on this album that has a guitar on it, otherwise, the whole thing is just keyboards and drums. This ain't the song with a guitar on it, but sometimes you'd swear it was.

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    Gary Wright Love Is Alive 1976

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    Gary Wright performed Love Is Alive in concert at Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA on July 18, 1976. That same year, Love Is Alive peaked at #2 on US Billboard Hot 100, spending 27 weeks on the singles charts.

    From Gary Wright's breakthrough album The Dream Weaver, Billboard ranked My Love is Alive as the number 9 song of 1976. Gary Wright achieved commercial success as a solo artist after spending seven years in London as a member of the rock group Spooky Tooth.

    Gary Wright was live in California during summer 1976 with lineup of Yes, Peter Frampton, and Gentle Giant. As seen from the daylight time and being the relative unknown, Gary Wright was the concert's opening act.

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    Touch and Gone

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    Touch and Gone (Remastered Version) · Gary Wright

    Touch And Gone

    ℗ 1977 Warner Records Inc.

    Drums, Percussion: Art Wood
    Bass, Producer: Gary Wright
    Solo Horn: Gary Wright
    Contributor, Writer: Gary Wright
    Writer: Richard Reicheg

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    Blind Feeling

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    Blind Feeling · Gary Wright

    The Dream Weaver

    ℗ 1975 Warner Records Inc.

    Writer: Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright - Made To Love You - original STEREO

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    Gary Wright Was Born And Raised In Cresskill, New Jersey. During His College Years, He Moved To Berlin To Continue Studying Psychology. During The 70's, Wright Played In The British Band Spooky Tooth As Well As Other Collaborations And Solo Efforts. Gary Wright Is best Known As The Dream Weaver....The Title To His Smash 1975 LP Of The Same Name.....One Of The First Created Solely Via Synthesizer Technology. The Dream Weaver Album Had A Very Surreal, Dreamy, Futuristic Sound That Captured Audiences All Over The World....Enabling It To Achieve Platinum Selling Status. Our Featured Song Is The Third Single From The Album That Unfortunately Did Not Gain The Same Success As The Previous Singles Dream Weaver And Love Is Alive. Nonetheless, Made To Love You Is A Masterpiece Recording That Stands Well On It's Own Despite The Fact That Top 40 Radio Didn't Support It At The Time. Made To Love You Reached #79 In The Fall Of 1976.

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    Gary Wright - Love is Alive

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    Live 1970's Studio Sync ... tema del álbum The Dream Weaver de 1975.
    Gary Malcolm Wright (Cresskill, Nueva Jersey, 26 de abril de 1943) es un músico, cantante y compositor estadounidense reconocido por sus éxitos de 1976 «Dream Weaver», Really Wanna Know You y «Love Is Alive», y por su papel en el establecimiento del sintetizador como un instrumento relevante en la música rock y pop.

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    Gary Wright - Love Is Alive

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    Gary Wright CHILD OF LIGHT 1977 The Light Of Smiles Spooky Tooth

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    Gary Wright - Keep Love In Your Soul

    5:01

    Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright With Laurie Alda - Back to the magic

    5:21

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    Gary Wright Dreamweaver Subtitulado Español e Inglés

    4:17

    Gary Wright lanzó este tema como primer sencillo de su disco The Dream Weaver (1975) que llegó al puesto número 2 en la lista de los Bilboard y que actualmente se ha convertido en un todo un Clásico que demuestra que lo bueno mejora con el tiempo.

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    Let It Out 45 RPM

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    The B-Side of the single Dream Weaver, Let It Out plays in its entirety at 3:25. Warner Brothers Records - Warner Brothers WBS 8167 - ((TCA5301)S) - 1975

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    Dream Weaver - Gary Wright - fingerstyle guitar - lesson available!

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    The best fingerstyle guitar lessons on YouTube! Please read on!

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    Killing Me Softly With His Song
    It's Too Late
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    Me and Mrs. Jones
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    Silent Fury

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    Silent Fury (Remastered Version) · Gary Wright

    The Light Of Smiles

    ℗ 1979 Warner Records Inc.

    Writer: G. Wright

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    Two Faced Man - Gart Wright George Harrison

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    George Harrison joins Gary Wright's Wonderwheel Band to perform Two Faced Man live on The Dick Cavett Show circa 1971

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    Gary Wright - Comin Apart

    3:57

    His 1981 song Comin' Apart, from the album The Right Place, was sampled by Armand Van Helden for the 2004 club song titled My My My. The song was remixed in 2006 by Andreas S. Jensen of remixer/writer team The Funktuary , became the 2nd most played on BBC1 that year, and sold in excess of 180.000 copies.

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    gary wright i cant find a judge

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    video by sherry

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    Gary Wright - Comin Apart

    3:54

    Gary Wright - Comin' Apart

    L.P. The Right Place 1981

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    GARY WRIGHT - Positive Feelins

    3:43

    written by Ali Thomson; 9th and last song in playlist of album 'The Right Place; released 1981'

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    kshe classics gary wright power of love

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    kshe classics gary wright power of love

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    Gary Wright - Really Wanna Know You

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    Gary Wright was born on April 26, 1943 in Cresskill, New Jersey, became a child stage actor and later formed the British band Spooky Tooth in 1967 as a singer/keyboardist before embarking on a solo career, garnering hits such as Love Is Alive and Dream Weaver in 1976, the latter later redone for the hit comedy Wayne's World in 1991.

    This rare single from his 7th album The Right Place (1981) was a 99.5RT playlist staple.

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    Much Higher

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    Much Higher · Gary Wright

    The Dream Weaver

    ℗ 1975 Warner Records Inc.

    Writer: Gary Wright

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    More Than a Heartache

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    More Than a Heartache · Gary Wright

    The Right Place

    ℗ 1981 Warner Records Inc.

    Performance: Gary Wright
    Writer: Gary Wright

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    Gary Wright-Really Wanna know you

    4:17

    GARY WRIGHT

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    Gary Wright - My Love Is Alive original Lp version

    3:58

    from the 1975 WB Lp BS 2868 The Dream Weaver produced and written by Gary Wright. Released in 1976 and it was a hit single peaking #2 on the hot 100 chart, it features Gary on vocals and keyboards with Andy Newmark on drums. this vinyl version brings out the true sound clear and crisp that is not found on a CD recording. This album has some great songs and is worth to buy. classic 70's music.

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    NO INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IS INTENDED.

    Copyright sound recording administered by: WMG

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