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Old Band, But Still Good!

Even though the music is a little slow, the lyrics are great and they tell a story in them. And their lead singer has a very good and soft voice. I'd recommend two songs that are very good: Aubrey and Diary. They are good songs with a good beat. Good buys!

'70's Magic

First of all, The above reviewer says " But it's still a '70's period " Some of the best music ever was from this period. He / She must be a '90's baby. This is classic Pop/Rock . The writing and singing are wonderful. I grew up in the early '70's and this is a must buy.

Bread... where are you when we need you?

I remember sitting in a dorm room with 4 or 5 other guys in 1969 listening to Breads 1st LP. I had gotten it at a local record store in San Antonio, TX. We all listened and the other guys panned it, basically laughed and said.. "these guys will never make it". My response was... "just wait, they will be huge... this is only the beginning". Guess who was right? Bread not only had a very unique sound for the time, but of course, as history has proven out, set the tone for the era of 70s soft rock. But that said, they also had some very powerful rock numbers that came around in each of their LPs. The most powerful of all, however, was Mother Freedom on the Baby I'm a Want You LP. I saw Bread live, for the first time, at the Honolulu Internation Areana (as it was known then). When they played Mother Freedom, it tore the place apart. It was the most powerful song I had ever heard.. it just knocked everyone's socks off. When I saw Bread during their 25th Anniversary Tour they played Mother Freedom about half way through the show... everyone went crazy... it sounded just like it did in 1972. Amazing. These guys were masters and true artists. It is ashame that Mike Botts and James Griffin have passed on. I can't imagine what it would be to see them again, in a 35th Anniversary Tour... but of course that will never happen... well, at least we have these gems to listen to when we need a dose of 70s soft rock... some real music!


Formed: 1968 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '90s

Bread was one of the most popular pop groups of the early '70s, earning a string of well-crafted, melodic soft rock singles, all of which were written by keyboardist/vocalist David Gates. A session musician and producer, Gates met in 1968 guitarist/vocalist James Griffin, who had already released a solo album called Summer Holiday. Griffin hired Gates to produce a new album, and the pair soon became a group, adding guitarist/vocalist Robb Royer from the band Pleasure Fair, who Gates had produced...
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