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Album: New EnglandReleased: 1976
"(In All Of My Dreams) You Rescue Me" or simply "You Rescue Me," has been described as "a dreamy ballad with laid-back guitar in [stark] contrast to the previous and following tracks". At the end of the song there is the sound of crickets.
Andy Powell's wife Pauline contributed heavily to the lyrics. Although it was not released as an official Ash single, excerpts of it did appear on a flexidisc that was issued with the New England tour programme in November 1976 along with excerpts from "Outward Bound", "Runaway" and "Mother Of Pearl".
"(In All Of My Dreams) You Rescue Me" is a group composition, which at that time meant Martin Turner, Andy Powell, Laurie Wisefield and Steve Upton - and Pauline Powell as noted above. Running to 6 minutes 13 seconds, it is the 2nd
track on the October 1976 New England
album on the MCA label.