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Sweet Dream (Jethro Tull Song)

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B-side  Seventeen
Recorded  1969
Released  1969
Length  4:05
Genre  Hard rock, progressive rock
Label  Chrysalis, Island, Reprise, Fontana

"Sweet Dream" is a song recorded by the English progressive rock band Jethro Tull. The song is a non-album single originally recorded during the sessions of their sophomore album Stand Up, but appeared as a bonus track with several other non-album songs on remastered versions of that album. The song appears on many of their compilation albums. In England, the single was the first release on Chrysalis Records.

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Composition

The song is in the key of E minor.

Music video

In 1981, a music video was made for the Slipstream tour. Ian Anderson is dressed up like a vampire and it shows clips from old horror films.

Charts

The song made number 7 in the UK.

Personnel

Jethro Tull
  • Ian Anderson – flute, 12-string guitar, lead vocals
  • Glenn Cornick – bass guitar
  • Martin Barre – electric guitar
  • Clive Bunker – drums, percussion
  • Additional musician
  • David Palmer - arranged and conducted orchestra
  • References

    Sweet Dream (Jethro Tull Song) Wikipedia


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