|Tell Me That I'm Dreaming|
|Produced by Don Was, David Was & Jack Tann|
|Released on 1982|
|no chart information|
|Find it at GEMM|
|DISD 50011 cover
[high resolution photo]
Y ou’re not dreaming, Moe and Larry really are this funky. Don and David Was nail the Chic sound, then turn it into a political statement by working in a Ronald Reagan clip and remixing the hell of it. It’s kitchen-sink Chic, funny and scary at the same time, which would pretty much describe most Was (Not Was) tracks. The “Souped-Up Version” on the flip is a deeper remix of the original that segues into a freaky dub version of “Out Come The Freaks.” Because it was released as a 12-inch, “Tell Me That I’m Dreaming” only made the Hot Club Dance Play chart (i.e., DJs were buying it and playing it in clubs). Had it been released as a 7-inch single, it would have handily made Billboard’s Top 100.
|DISD 50011 back cover|
Michael Zilkha -- executive producer
Ken Collier -- remix
Don Was -- remix
Andrew Fuhrmann -- art direction
Dirk Bakker -- back cover photo
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