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Dreamer is the ninth solo studio album by American blues singer Bobby Bland. It was released in 1974 through ABC/Dunhill Records. Recording sessions took place at ABC Recording Studios in Los Angeles with songwriter and record producer Steve Barri. The album charted at number 172 on the Billboard 200 and at number 5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums in the United States. It spawned three hit singles: "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City", "I Wouldn't Treat a Dog (The Way You Treated Me)" and "Yolanda".

Dreamer (Album Version).

Dreamer ‎(LP, Album). Dreamer ‎(LP, Album, TP).

Bobby "Blue" Bland feat. Yo Gotti Ain’t No Sunshine. Bobby Bland Exactly, Where It's At. (play). Bobby "Blue" Bland feat. Bill Harvey Orchestra It's My Life, Baby. Bobby Bland I'll Take Care of You.

Ain't No Love In the Heart of the City, 03:53. Lovin' on Borrowed Time, 03:20. When You Come to the End of Your Road, 03:10. I Ain't Gonna Be the First to Cry, 03:38.

Tracklist: 1. Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City, 2. I Wouldn’t Treat A Dog (The Way You Treated Me), 3. Lovin’ On Borrowed Time, 4. The End Of The Road, 5. I Ain’t Gonna Be The First To Cry, 6. Dreamer, 7. Yolanda, 8. Twenty-Four Hour Blues, 9. Cold Day In Hell, 10. Who’s Foolin’ Wh. 8. Twenty-Four Hour Blues. 10. Who’s Foolin’ Who. More albums from Bobby Bland: Blues From The Montreux Jazz Festival by Bobby Bland. Call On Me by Bobby Bland. Woke Up Screaming by Bobby Bland. Ain’t Nothing You Can Do by Bobby Bland. Long Beach 1983 by Bobby Bland. Blues At Midnight by Bobby Bland. Reflections In Blue by Bobby Bland.

Bobby Bland Dreamer (Album Version) (Album Version).

Dreamer album by Bobby "Blue" Bland was released Jul 24, 2002 on the Beat Goes On label. Bobby Bland entered the '70s with the blues in his heart and two women on each arm. Having established himself as one the nation's top bluesmen decades before as a gritty crooner with a disarming effect on the ladies, Bland fully embraced his amorous side on DREAMER. There is a noted hedonistic edge to his blues here and a more relaxed sense of passion Dreamer songs. Gone are the dark nights and the uptown sophistication