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George Street - Living On Daydreams (Vinyl, LP, Album) 1983

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Genre - Pop Rock / Folk, World, & Country / Funk Soul / Rock

Music Style: : Pacific, Soul, Folk, Soft Rock

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Label - Cool Sound

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Artist - George Street
Year - 2003
Format - CD, Album, Reissue
Country - Japan
Code - OD-K-119049


1 Sometimes
2 Give Me Time
3 Strangers
4 It's The Way
5 White Rhythm And Blues
6 Maui
7 Rickie Lee's Song (I Don't Need Another Street Song)
8 Daydreams
9 Lazy Stop In Estoril (An Interlude)
10 Estoril
11 Java Jive
Bonus Track
12 The Water Is Wide
13 Merry Christmas Darling


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Total length: unknown


Recorded At – Rendez-Vous Recording
Engineered At – Rendez-Vous Recording

Credits

Arranged By [Musical Arrangement] – Robert Shinoda (tracks: 2, 8)
Arranged By [Rhythm Arrangement] – Robert Shinoda (tracks: 1)
Bass – Arex Ikehara (tracks: 1), Mark Kuraya
Co-producer – Phil Keat
Design [Cover] – Mike Miyabara
Drums – Matthew E.C.M. Willis, Noel Okimoto (tracks: 1)
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Neal Arakaki (tracks: 5)
Flute – Polly Kuulei Sommerfeld (tracks: 3, 10)
Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Steve Min
Soloist [Guitar] – Steve Wofford (tracks: 7)
Synthesizer, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Glenn Goto (tracks: 2, 8)
Synthesizer, Engineer [Recording] – Pierre Grill
Vocals – Gail Mack
Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Gordon Kim

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Artist profile : In 1983 the trio from Hawaii known as George Street - Gail Mack, Gordon Kim and Steve Min - released their first album "Living on Daydreams." They had already established themselves as a popular live act performing at Chuck's restaurant in Manoa Marketplace. They had been performing together since 1980 and this started a series of successful albums and even a tour of Japan.
Their music is firmly planted in the acoustic folk style of 1970s and 60s pop like James Taylor, Simon and Garfunkel, and Joni Mitchell mixed with the later 1980s easy listening pop of Christopher Cross, Stephen Bishop, and Chris DeBurgh.
Their style plays on Mack's strong singing voice, the fine three part harmony, and the acoustic guitars. Their first is probably my favorite album unified sound and just a strong set of songs "Strangers," "Estoril," "Maui," "Daydreams" and "White Rhythm and Blues" are the cream of the crop and also half the album.

They followed "Daydreams" with a Live recording in 1984 and then their second studio album "Magic lady" in 1985. Their second recording followed a similar pattern to the first, the focus was still the harmonies and acoustic guitars but they expanded their sound to add the Nueva Vida Rhythm Section which gives many of the songs a smooth Jazzy feel. My favorites from this album are "What's in this Name Called Love," "The Way that I Love You," "To Be with You" and the title track.

1986 came "Friends" an album of cover songs, which I happen to be on the cover of, left hand side, at the age of one. In 1987 they released album "Goodbye to the Memories" in Japan which featured some previously released tunes with some new recordings. Mack appeared on Jerry Santos' (of Olomana fame) lone solo album "Expecting Friends" in 1989.

George Street returned with 1991's studio album "Seasons" which featured a similar sound to "Magic Lady" but with a 1990s feel, again it featured the smooth jazzy tones of the Nueva Vida Rhythm Section. Favorite tracks include "Blueboy," "Times with You" and the excellent title track. As time went on this eventually became their final album.

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