The Modernaires - I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night / I Cain't Get Offa My Horse mp3 album
I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)" is a song written with music by Annette Tucker and lyrics by Nancie Mantz, which was recorded in late 1966 by the garage rock band The Electric Prunes. Released as the band's second single, it reached 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 49 in the UK in 1967. It was also the lead track of the band's debut album, and became more widely known as the opening track on the influential Nuggets compilation of garage rock and early psychedelic music, released in 1972.
A. I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night Written-By – Hoffman, Segal, Livingston. B. I Cain't Get Offa My Horse Written-By – Amsterdam. Directed By – Mitchell Ayres.
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Last night your shadow fell upon my lonely room I touched your golden hair and tasted your perfume Your eyes were filled with love the way they used to be Your gentle hand reached out to comfort me Then came the dawn And you were gone You were gone, gone, gone. I had too much to dream last night Too much to dream I'm not ready to face the light I had too much to dream Last night. The room was empty as I staggered from my bed I could not bear the image racing through my head You were so real that I could feel your eagerness And when you raised your lips for me to kiss . 13. Puttin' on the Ritz.
I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night - Single Twink.
As the throbbing buzz of Ken Williams' tremolo-laden fuzztone guitar creeps from one side of the stereo spectrum to the other, the Electric Prunes kick off their debut album with their first (and biggest) hit single, and if Electric Prunes: I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) never hits the high point of its title track again, the next 11 songs. In the grand tradition of most garage rock albums, the best tracks on this disc are the singles, which along with the title track include "Get Me to the World on Time" and the surprisingly effective B-sides "Luvin'" and "Are You Loving Me More (But Enjoying It Less)," but the other tunes are more than just filler.
|A||I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night|
|B||I Cain't Get Offa My Horse|
|37485||The Modernaires||I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night / I Cain't Get Offa My Horse (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||37485||US||1947|