Download links and information about Gloryline by Dreams So Real. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 44:14 minutes.
|Artist:||Dreams So Real|
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|3.||We Have Danced the Night Away||4:15|
|4.||The Knife Edge||3:32|
|5.||Overton Park / Faith||5:41|
|6.||Here Comes the Train||3:50|
|7.||Day After Day||2:57|
|8.||Here to Speak My Mind||2:53|
|9.||World Gone Mad||4:36|
|11.||The Fine Line||3:29|
Though the bandmembers in Dreams So Real did work very well together, they never developed a really distinct sound. On Gloryline, the band delivered some tight, rollicking Southern rock with a hint of folk twang, but nothing to set them apart from their contemporaries. Barry Marler sings with passion but not a whole lot of character, and every track sounds good while it's actually playing. There is evidence that the trio format was confining to the band, since the standout tracks on this album are the ones that feature additional instrumentation by guest musicians. The best track, "Overton Park/Faith," also contains more of a hint of the folksy twang that this group displayed on their first album. The nadir of the package is the pointless remake of "Day After Day," which is worthy of a Holiday Inn lounge band. The fact that Dreams So Real could put such a generic pop clunker in the midst of an otherwise intermittently interesting album is as much confirmation as is needed that they really didn't know what they wanted to sound like.