1983 Lacy J. Dalton – Dream Baby

dalton-lacy-j-1983Lacy J. Dalton (born Jill Lynne Byrem on October 13, 1946 in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania) is an American country singer and songwriter. She is known for her gritty, powerful vocals, which People Magazine likened to a country equivalent of Bonnie Raitt. Dalton had a number of hits in the 1980s, including “Takin’ It Easy,” “Crazy Blue Eyes” and “16th Avenue.” Though absent from the U.S. country charts since 1990, she still continues to record and perform, having most recently released three independently recorded albums, Wild Horse Crossing on Shop Records in 1999; The Last Wild Place, on Song Dog Records in 2004; and her 2010 self-released Here’s To Hank available on her website http://www.lacyjdalton.org/



1 Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) 2:54
2 My Old Yellow Car 3:27
Too Many Miles 3:02
4 The Waltz Time Forgot 3:05
5 Windin’ Down 3:17
6 You Satisfy Me 2:55
7 Baby You Can Rock With Me 2:13
8 Baby, Better Start Turnin’ Em Down 3:17
9 You Got It Comin’ Tonight 2:55
10 Dixie Devil 3:30


Bass David Hungate
Drums Jerry Kroon
Drums Kenny Malone
Drums James Stroud
Guitar Lacy J. Dalton
Guitar Charlie Daniels
Guitar John Fitzgerald
Guitar Ray Flacke
Guitar Pat Hubbard
Steel Guitar Sheldon Kerland
Keyboards Randy McCormick
Keyboards Hargus Robbins
Keyboards Bobby Wood
Harmonica Terry McMillan
Violin Charlie Daniels
Percussion Terry McMillan
Percussion Ron Reynolds
Background Vocals Charlie Daniels
Background Vocals Gail Davies
Background Vocals John Fitzgerald
Background Vocals Pat Hubbard
Background Vocals Donna Sheridon
Background Vocals Louis Dean Nunley