|Title:||Guess I Must Be Dreamin'/Don't Let It (Be The Last Time)|
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|A||Guess I Must Be Dreamin'
Written-By – Bramlett*, Cooper*, Russell*
|B||Don't Let It (Be The Last Time)
Written-By – Bramlett*, NIx*
|IND-76||Delaney Bramlett||Guess I Must Be Dreamin'/Don't Let It (Be The Last Time) (7", Single)||Independence||IND-76||US||Unknown|
It was Delaney and Bonnie's last album of new material. The couple divorced in 1973. Derek and the Dominos also constituted the core backing band on George Harrison's vocal debut album All Things Must Pass (1970) with assistance from still more former "Friends": Dave Mason, Bobby Keys and Jim Price. Delaney and Bonnie's daughter Bekka Bramlett has also enjoyed a long history in the music business, most notably as a lead singer with Fleetwood Mac in the early 1990s, and subsequently as a backing vocalist with Faith Hill and Vince Gill. Guess I Must be Dreamin" (Delany Bramlett).
Delaine Alvin "Delaney" Bramlett was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and producer. Guess I Must Be Dreamin'", entered the Cashbox "Looking Ahead" survey on May 14, 1967.
The leaves were falling just like me when it was over One more day of sorrow and I'll struggle to stay sober Hope to see you later when I get older I still remember the smell of your perfume It hasn't left me since the day you made me blue I think I saw you but I know I'm not. supposed to I must be dreaming 'cause I don't believe in ghosts yeah I must be dreaming 'cause I don't believe in ghosts yeah I must be dreaming 'cause I don't believe in ghosts yeah
Delaney Bramlett, Delaine Alvin Delaney Bramlett July 1, 1939 – December 27, 2008 was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and producer Bramlett's five-deca. During this time, he worked with JJ Cale and Leon Russell and released some unsuccessful solo singlesOne of these, "Guess I Must Be Dreamin'", entered the Cashbox "Looking Ahead" survey on May 14, 1967. a b Obituary: Delaney Bramlett; Songwriter Who Wrote 'Let It Rain' Los Angeles Times, December 28, 2008.
Besides learning how to play slide guitar from Dave Mason and Delaney Bramlett there was time for Rock & Roll games and for George to let his hair hang down and live up to his prankster reputation. His victim, Delaney Bramlett explains: We were in this pub, the bar was all locked up with the grille. George said, ‘I’ll just break it, we’ll just pay for the trouble. The cops came in and called the landlord.
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