This old Dream Weaver...Gary Wright. My pal Bry likes to rub it in that he has seen Ringo Starr and his All-star band on numerous tours. It was a big mistake me not going to at least one of those shows. I don't think Ringo still does that. The accompanying video here is Gary Wright performing My Love is Alive. Check it out. Gary Wright was in Uncle Ringo's All-star Band lineups in 2008 and 2011. I was reading about Mick Jones of Foreigner and that led me to Spooky Tooth, which led me to Gary Wright. That is what I love about music and my albums. The path. Where the songs and players intersect. I read that in 1967, Gary Wright joined the band Spooky Tooth as singer and keyboardist. In 1970 Wright was involved as a record producer with the Liverpool based folk music band Arrival, and he was also a member of the folk rock band Howl the Good who had played alongside Arrival at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970. During this period, he also befriended George Harrison and was invited to contribute piano to Harrison's All Things Must Pass.