Sweet Sensation

Sweet Sensation were an English soul-pop octet from Manchester that released 10 singles on Pye between 1974 and 1977, including four featured on the group’s 1975 self-titled album. The group hit number-one on the U.K. charts with their second single “Sad Sweet Dreamer.”

Members: Junior Daye (vocals), Roy Flowers (drums), Vincent James (vocals), Barry Johnson (bass), Marcel King (vocals), St. Clair L. Palmer (vocals), Gary Shaugnessy (guitar), Leroy Smith (keyboards)


  • Sweet Sensation (1975 — Sad Sweet Dreamer in US/Canada)

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  1. Hi, The band used to stay in a flat close by to me in Whalley Range, Manchester. On the odd occasion, I used to go there and listen to them jamming. Great Band. I still have a postcard St.Clair sent me in 1974 where the band were touring in Jersey in the Channel Islands.

    I hope he is well and still making good music.

    Love Luba from England

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