9 thoughts on “ London Bridge - Bread - Bread (CD, Album) ”

  1. It contains Bread's entire studio discography (first five albums), and is an immersive exposure to Bread, not some greatest hits compilation that ignores songs that never made it to radio airplay. I searched online and found a CD importer who shipped me the Original Album /5(23).
  2. rows · Bread, the band's debut album as a trio, was a failure. The band became a quartet .
  3. Jul 02,  · 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/5().
  4. This set collects five of Bread's albums for Elektra Records, 's Bread, 's On the Waters, 's Manna, and Baby I'm-A Want You and Guitar Man, both of which were originally released in , in a single one-stop package, each album issued on CD as LP miniatures in facsimile cardboard sleeves. DOWNLOAD Bread - Original Album Series MP3.
  5. Song information for London Bridge - Bread on AllMusic. Song information for London Bridge - Bread on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Bread. Bread. Rhino: Bread. The Best of Bread, Vol. 2. Elektra:
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Anthology Of Bread on Discogs.
  7. A1: Make It With You: A2: Dismal Day: A3: London Bridge: A4: Anyway You Want Me: A5: Look What You've Done.
  8. London Bridge: all you "over-thirties" will love this album too. It never descends to the grating noise and unspeakable vulgarities so many groups find necessary to get attention today. These boys are real professionals. Guaranteed never to hit a bad note. Of course, there will be some cynical critics who'll say that Bread's music is.
  9. But while this collection does indeed contain all of Bread's major soft rock hits, calling it an "anthology" was very appropriate because it also contains a generous portion of album cuts which show other sides to this band, from 60s mop-head rock reminiscent of early Bee Gees ("London Bridge", "Dismal Day") to surprisingly hard rock (Let Your /5().

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