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  • Performer: The Melloharps
  • Album: What Good Are My Dreams? / Gone?
  • FLAC: 1167 mb | MP3: 1757 mb
  • Released: 1956
  • Country: US
  • Style: Doo Wop
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The Melloharps - What Good Are My Dreams? / Gone? download album

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The Gems Meet The Melloharps.

Tracks (current section). Set track as current obsession. What Good Are My Dreams.

What Good Are My Dreams/Melloharps, 14. The Proper Time/Pat Riley, 15. Love Your Loved One/Teacho Wiltshire, 16. Merchant Street Blues/Bell Hops, 17. My Darling, Wait For Me/Gus Colletti & Clusters, 18. My Little Skipper-oo/Randy & Sandy, 19. Working Overtime/Teacho Wiltshire, 20. I Love Only You/Melloharps, 21. It Takes Two/Carmen Taylor, 22. No Regrets Have I/Pat Riley, 23.

Dreaming My Dreams is the twenty-second studio album by American country music artist Waylon Jennings. The album was co-produced with Jack Clement and recorded at Glaser Sound Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, between February and July 1974. Following the 1972 renewal of his contract with RCA Records, Jennings gained artistic freedom, started to produce his own records, and changed his image to one inspired by the ongoing outlaw movement

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (album). Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) is the second studio album by British new wave duo Eurythmics. It was released on 4 January 1983 by RCA Records. The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. After almost two years of initial commercial failure for Eurythmics, this album became a commercial breakthrough for the duo on both sides of the Atlantic.

Others think dreams are merely the brain firing signals as it organizes the previous day's thoughts and experiences that may end up as memory. The problem with any theory about dreams is that we can't really prove or disprove any of them, and they aren't necessarily mutually exclusive.

From their top-selling album Rumours, Dreams was Fleetwood Mac’s only No. 1 hit in the US back in 1977. The song was written by Stevie Nicks at a turbulent time for the band. She and Lindsey Buckingham’s relationship was coming to an end. Christine McVie was in the process of divorcing her husband, band member John McVie and drummer Mick Fleetwood was in the process of divorce from his wife as well. Most of the material for the album was composed in the studio but Stevie used to get bored, sitting around while all the technical stuff was going on, so she asked if there was a room with a piano to noodle around on. Well, the Record Plant told her she could use Sly Stone’s studio - a little sunken room that they’d built for him to work in - and one day while we were working on some track, she came in and said, ‘I’ve just written the most amazing song. ‘Really? Let’s hear i.

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A What Good Are My Dreams?
Written-By – Covais*, Tempesto*
2:16
B Gone?
Written-By – Covais*, Dranchak*
2:22

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  • Manufactured By – Tin Pan Alley, Inc.
  • Published By – Juke Box Alley

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  • Rights Society: BMI

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TPA-157, TPA-158 The Melloharps What Good Are My Dreams? / Gone ‎(7", Single, RE) Tin Pan Alley , Tin Pan Alley TPA-157, TPA-158 US Unknown