Offered for sale is a rare promo-only compilation LP by Bread, released in 1971.
Bread wasn’t around all that long, releasing five albums in a span of three years in the early 1970s (and a sixth in 1977.) During that time, they put 13 songs in the Billboard Top 40.
To encourage airplay, Elektra Records released a promo-only compilation LP to radio stations in 1971 to encourage additional airplay.
Drawing from the band’s first four albums, the album, simply titled Bread, contained the following tracks:
- Make It With You
- London Bridge
- Dismal Day
- Call on Me
- Let Your Love Go
- Mother Freedom
- It Don’t Matter to Me
- Baby I’m A Want You
- Everything I Own
- Down on MY Knees
- Been Too Long on the Road
You can listen to “Mother Freedom” here:
About this copy: The album offered for sale is a rare 1971 LP entitled Bread, which was released only as a promotional item.
The cover is VG+, with slight wear.
The record is VG++, and has just a few faint scuffs from the paper inner sleeve. It appears to have been played only once or twice.
A nice copy of a record that’s surprisingly hard to find. It’s the only copy we’ve ever seen or had for sale.
|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Year of Release:||1971|