8 thoughts on “ It Dont Matter To Me - Bread - Bread (CD, Album) ”

  1. Check out It Don't Matter to Me by Bread on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on clerdijederquocom.lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.co(27).
  2. rows · 1. Bread was a s rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California. They are a .
  3. Bread's follow-up to their number one hit ballad "Make It With You" had a similar mellow soft rock bent but it wasn't a made-to-order imitation of that hit. In fact, the song had already been recorded once before on the group's previous album. Lyrically, "It Don't Matter to Me" covers the same territory the Rolling Stones tackled on "Time Is on My Side" with its tale of a man who is .
  4. Only "It Don't Matter Me," which became a hit after the second album, ranks among their best-known material, but each of the songs illustrates the exceptional craftsmanship of not just Gates, but Robb Royer and James Griffin. As such, this may not seem like the record for casual fans, if judged just on the track listing, but it will convince the pop fans that may have been doubters.
  5. referencing Bread, LP, Album, RE, K, K my copy varies from above as follows: labels identical. sleeve front has no cat. sleeve back K STEREO top right hand corner.
  6. "It Don't Matter to Me" is a song written by David Gates and originally recorded by the pop-rock group Bread, of which Gates was a member. The song was a Top 10 hit in the U.S. and Canada. In the U.S., it reached #10 on the Billboard Hot and #7 on the Cash Box Top In Canada, "It Don't Matter to Me" spent two weeks at #6, and is ranked.
  7. Bread is the self-titled debut album by soft rock band Bread, released in Bread peaked at # on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The re-recorded track "It Don't Matter to Me" was issued as a single after the release of Bread's second album, On the Waters, and the #1 success of "Make It with You" in the summer of "It Don't Matter to Me" peaked at #2 and #10 on .
  8. Come on, it is Bread! I was born in and this was on the radio as a kid, and at times too much. Listening to it today, I heard great pop songs that are just timeless and a really enjoyable album.

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