10 Songs, 37 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Gizmola ,

Wright's lost masterwork

This album came out in 1981, and although "Really want to Know You" was a minor hit, the entire album is fantastic pop songwriting, with some of Wrights catchiest hooks, layed on top of layers of funky keyboards, and shimmering production that highlights the man's tenor white-boy soul voice -- he hits some notes on this that astound. The album is a relentlessly upbeat paen to love, which perhaps seemed a bit out of step with the pessimissm of the time. There were a number of potential hits on this, and it's aged really well. You could mix any of a number of tunes off this album into a club mix and have people asking "who is that?" This is an example of where ITunes shines, because, believe it or not, this album has been out of print for years, and is basically unavailable anywhere but here.

Neets222 ,

I finally found it!

At some point in my life, apparently I got rid of all my albums. Years of good music...gone. This was the one that I remembered and regretted most. A big hit for me over 20 years ago, I knew it was Gary Wright but also knew that the cover of Dreamweaver didn't look quite right. A search on Gary Wright led me to this and wow -- I knew that cover almost immediately.

I listened to this album for hours with the headphones on as a teenager. I'm enjoying it all over again. Great tunes! I think it has withstood the test of time!

journeyrocks ,

A Lost Gem

What can you say, I had this album when it came out, Or I should say cassette. I played it until it made a screeching noise when you played it.Its good to find these good ole songs.

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