Elizabeth Wills
Dreamin' About You


Elizabeth has a voice which on the surface may seem all about sweetness, but right below that there is a substratum of grit, and the combination is compelling. (I first experienced that years back when she was a New Folk artist at the Kerrville Folk Festival, an excellent singer/songwriter.) And I really liked this song not coming from a man. She conveys the reflective mood of the song lovingly.

She first had to finish her latest CD Love Comes Home with producer Mark Hallman, and then she could record. I jumped at the chance to work with Mark, a long-time colleague and friend, and it was a pleasure to have them work together.

We had cut the basics at Cedar Creek, then repaired to Flashpoint to capture James' and Paul's percussion, and later Russell's guitar, and then Tony's bass flute, not long before his untimely passing. The sounds of these beautiful instruments so tastefully played and recorded are absolutely transporting!


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Floyd Domino
Spencer Starnes
Art Kidd
Russ Scanlon
James Fenner
Paul Pearcy
Tony Campise
piano
acoustic bass
drums
classical guitar
congas, percussion
claves, percussion
bass flute
Fred Remmert
Eastside Flash
Cedar Creek Studio (South Austin)
Flashpoint Studio (Downtown Austin)

DREAMINí ABOUT YOU

Iím DREAMINí ABOUT YOU.
Youíre always on my mind.
Iím wastiní without you
And I just canít seem to unwind.

Iím DREAMINí ABOUT YOU.
You live in every tear.
From now Ďtil tomorrow will seem like a year.

From dusk to dawn, how can I carry on.
So much heartache Ďtil the daybreak

Iím DREAMINí ABOUT YOU
And stariní at the wall.
ĎCause sleepiní without you ainít sleep at all.
No, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh-oh,
No, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh,
No, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh,
No.

Iím DREAMINí ABOUT YOU.
Youíre always on my mind.
Iím nothiní without you
And I just canít leave you behind.

Im DREAMINí ABOUT YOU
And stariní at the wall.
ĎCause sleepiní without you ainít sleep at all.
No, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh-oh,
No, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh,
No, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh,
No.

by Fletcher Clark
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rev. 07/29/10