I Can Fly (Daybreak DB 2602) 1979 UK *
With a spunky danceable almost robotic beat and feather-weight male/female harmonies, the British group Dunamis manages to capture some of ABBA’s enduring pop-rock spirit without becoming flat-out clones like Silverwind. Often approaches a disco beat, like the swingin’ ‘Wooden Chain’ (a “Chritianized” version of the Mouth & MacNeil hit ‘How Do You Do’) and the thumpy upbeat cover of the Moody Blues’ ‘Question’ (which believe it or not actually works!) On the quieter end is ‘Instrument’ with a nice Sandpipers ’60 folk feel. Crunchy pop-rock guitar from John Pantry, staccato piano, two-note bass lines, poly-moog. guitar synths, sax – all this coupled with some infectious song-writing make this outing a light-hearted fun one. Cool orange dragonfly cover. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition).
Thanks John for this music. hank you Laura for the song times.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-1||I Can Fly||4:05|
|1-3||The More We Try||2:58|
|1-4||Come Right In||3:40|
|2-2||Speaking His Name||4:06|
|2-3||You Can Believe||1:37|