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Dream On

George Duke

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On his R&B-oriented records of the late '70s, George Duke often shared the lead vocals with such band members as Lynn Davis, Josie James, and Napoleon Brock, but none of them are employed on 1982's Dream On, which finds him handling most of the lead vocals himself. And that isn't a bad thing, because Duke is a soulful and charismatic singer -- there is no reason why he shouldn't hog the microphone on his own albums. Unfortunately, he doesn't have a lot of first-rate material to work with on this competent, if uneven and unfocused, LP. Dream On isn't a bad album; sleek R&B ballads like "I Will Always Be Your Friend," "Let Your Love Shine," and "You" are pleasant, but they aren't remarkable, and while Dream On simmers, it never burns and never explodes. Even "Son of Reach for It (The Funky Dream)" -- a sequel to Duke's 1977 smash "Reach for It" -- isn't all that exciting. The best thing on the record is a remake of the mellow soul ballad "Someday," which he had previously recorded for 1975's I Love the Blues, She Heard My Cry. Again, Dream On isn't a disaster, but it isn't one of Duke's more impressive albums either. This LP is strictly for completists.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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Shine On
00:05:12

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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You
00:04:37

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Dream On
00:04:01

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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I Will Always Be Your Friend
00:03:27

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Framed
00:03:18

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Ride on Love
00:05:25

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Son of Reach for It
00:04:25

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Someday
00:03:51

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Positive Energy
00:03:33

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Let Your Love Shine
00:04:27

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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Shine On (U.S. Single Edit)
00:04:07

C. Martin, Composer - George Duke, MainArtist

2011 George Duke 2011 George Duke

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On his R&B-oriented records of the late '70s, George Duke often shared the lead vocals with such band members as Lynn Davis, Josie James, and Napoleon Brock, but none of them are employed on 1982's Dream On, which finds him handling most of the lead vocals himself. And that isn't a bad thing, because Duke is a soulful and charismatic singer -- there is no reason why he shouldn't hog the microphone on his own albums. Unfortunately, he doesn't have a lot of first-rate material to work with on this competent, if uneven and unfocused, LP. Dream On isn't a bad album; sleek R&B ballads like "I Will Always Be Your Friend," "Let Your Love Shine," and "You" are pleasant, but they aren't remarkable, and while Dream On simmers, it never burns and never explodes. Even "Son of Reach for It (The Funky Dream)" -- a sequel to Duke's 1977 smash "Reach for It" -- isn't all that exciting. The best thing on the record is a remake of the mellow soul ballad "Someday," which he had previously recorded for 1975's I Love the Blues, She Heard My Cry. Again, Dream On isn't a disaster, but it isn't one of Duke's more impressive albums either. This LP is strictly for completists.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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