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Best Of Bread
Artist: Bread
UPC: 00081227431129
Label: Rhino Records
Genre: Popular Music
    OUR PRICE: $12.10  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: June 2001
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Track Listing
1 Make It with You
2 Let Your Love Go
3 Look What You've Done
4 Truckin'
5 Guitar Man, The
6 Aubrey
7 Last Time, The
8 Sweet Surrender
9 He's a Good Lad
10 Daughter
11 Friends and Lovers
12 Everything I Own
13 Lost Without Your Love
14 Diary
15 Baby I'm-A Want You
16 It Don't Matter to Me
17 If
18 Mother Freedom
19 Down on My Knees
20 Too Much Love
Release Date : 06/19/2001
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Rock & Pop
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 60 minutes 44 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Review Expert : Rolling Stone (5/24/73, p.56) - "...The album is so perfect, so compact, so endlessly listenable....'Diary' is a real masterpiece..."
Misc Note : Bread includes: David Gates, James Griffin (vocals, guitar); Larry Knechtel (keyboards); Mike Botts (drums). Compilation producers: Bread, David McLees, Gary Stewart. Recorded between 1970 & 1976. Includes liner notes by Barry Alfonso. Digitally remastered by Bill Inglot & Geoff Sykes. Audio Remasterer: Bill Inglot. Liner Note Author: Barry Alfonso. As The Best of Bread unfolds, its 12 tracks begin to tell a tale of two different types of bands. The first half-dozen songs, all of which were composed by leader David Gates, are studies in soft pop perfection. On these two- and three-minute gems, Gates crafts soaring, evocative melodies that can stand against rock's finest. And though these songs' lyrics tend toward sentimentality, the band offers enough tasteful instrumentation to prevent them from slipping into easy listening melodramatics. Though there are no such concerns for the album's second half, Bread's more aggressive approach is not nearly as compelling. Certainly, tunes like "Mother Freedom" are appealing, middle-of-the-road rockers, but they lack the polished, melodic sophistication of their gentler counterparts. [An expanded edition with eight bonus tracks was also released.] ~ Brian Christopher Egan