Bread - Dismal Day album FLAC
First track of Bread's debut album, Bread. Disclaimer: I don't own anything. That means I don't own the music or the art.
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Collected - Студийный альбом от Bread, David Gates. Вышел 26 ноября 2012г. В альбом вошло 51 треков.
I looked into my morning mirror And it reveals some things to me that I had not been able to see I saw someone that I'm not sure I want to be An empty, lonely face was staring back at me. All in all, I would have to say It's been a rather dismal day. The afternoon was slow in coming I drug myself outside to face that people that I knew would be there And though they walked along pretending not to care I knew behind my back they'd point and laugh and stare.
Day", was released in June 1969 but did not chart. Their debut album, Bread, was released in September 1969 and peaked at No. 127 on the Billboard 200. Songwriting on the album was split evenly between Gates and the team of Griffin-Royer. Session musicians Jim Gordon, and Ron Edgar, accompanied the band on drums for the album. For their next single, Bread released a re-recorded version of "It Don't Matter To Me", a Gates song from their first album. This single was a hit as well, reaching No. 10. Bread began touring and recording their third album, titled Manna (March 1971), which peaked at and included "Let Your Love Go" (which preceded the album's release and made No. 28) and the Top 5 hit single, "If".
1-1. Dismal Day. 2:22. Original Album Series (5xCD, Album, RE + Box, Comp). Elektra, Rhino Records (2), Warner Music.
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Elektra (catalog number EKSN 45071). This album was released in 1969 year.
From the 1969 album titled Bread, the song Dismal Day. This was Bread´s first single, although it didn´t chart. David Gates, who wrote the song, says, & thought that song would be a smash hit, but it didn´t do that well as a single. It was a good outlet for us to sing all those high harmonies, though.
|EKSN 45071||Bread||Dismal Day (7", Single)||Elektra||EKSN 45071||UK||1969|
|EKSH 303||Bread||London Bridge (7", Single)||Elektra||EKSH 303||Netherlands||1969|