Dennis hale - it's almost tomorrow


Gramophone in a review of Hale singing Devil's Eyes stated that it was "gorge for those who enjoy the more extravagantly passionate singers." [4] A different reviewer for Gramophone , in a review of Hale singing The Bandit , stated that they'd "like him much better if he didn't indulge so much in tasteless exaggeration and think that everyone listened to his records about ten miles from their gramophones." [6] A Gramophone review of Blowing Wild stated that it was "more for those 'teen age maidens who swoon every time they hear a voice that has what to them is sex appeal. To me it's just rather tasteless extravagance." [5] In 1952, Gramophone reviewed Hale's double-sided single that featured Hale singing Anytime and Weaver of Dreams . For Anytime , the reviewer stated that it was a "bouncy number" that was "more pleasant to the ear" than other vocalists had done. However, the reviewer stated that Weaver of Dreams had a lot of "weary notes" that sounded like he was "sing[ing] through his nose." [3]



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