Baby I'm-A Want You songs Product Information
Baby I'm-A Want You album for sale by Bread was released May 19, 1992 on the Elektra (Label) label. Bread's fourth album, 1972's BABY I'M-A WANT YOU, is the band's commercial high point and one of its finest albums. Besides the title track, inescapable on AM radio that year and which has taken up permanent residence on the playlists of soft rock radio stations in the decades ever since, BABY I'M-A WANT YOU contains two other big chart hits, "Diary" and the oft-covered "Everything I Own," which may well be Bread's best single ever. Baby I'm-A Want You CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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This is for all good rock'n'roller all over the world.This is a lesson how to make a honest rock album. Have many details how to make a good production. The due-vocals David Gates-Jimmy Griffin is perfect, heva a keyboard solo on "Dream Lady" anthological, like the vocals on "Daughter" and "Down On My Knees", and the bigs hits "Baby I'm a-want You" and "Everything I Own" and the puerile beauty of "Diary" and "Just Like Yesterday". Just to remember like a jukebox on the corner.Just unforgettable and extraordinary Humberto Veras, Recife Brazil
By umcampos (Recife, PE, Brazil)
||Best Album of Bread|
This was the last album David Gates and Bread made before they broke up for the first time in 1972. It is arguably their best, and had several hit singles on it. Two of my song favorites are DAUGHTER and THIS ISN'T WHAT THE GOVERMEANT, the later was Gates's entry into protest bluegrass. It is cool. Although Bread was a California band, Gates was from Tulsa, OK, and, alas, the only one left (at least that is what I have read). These two songs were not hits, but they should have been. I got to where I could not listen to EVERYTHING I OWN once I found out it was a tribute to his late father, or so the story goes. It made me think about my own father's mortality, as does Mike and the Mechanics THE LIVING YEARS, by the way. Lord willing, that day is still a way of for me.
By Ron (Gore, OK)
||Bread's Artistic Standard|
This album showed a great American band at their artistic peak,and still stands today as a monument to reat songwriting and musical craftsmenship. they would release one more LP , " The Guitar Man ", before breaking up in the Spring of ' 73. they regrouped in late ' 76. " Baby ", is a great album, and greatly shows their versatility and rock sensibility. I was on active duty in the Navy in 72 and saw Bread live in concert in Virginia in December of that year. It was one of the best, and hardest rocking concerts i have ever seen Larry Knectel was a great addition to the band. His session work in LA is legendary. it might be a shorter list to name whose records he did'nt play on , than whose he did. Every song on this album is excellent, and is an integral part of the whole. my personal favorite is " Down on my Knees ". Free spirited kick out the jams , rock and roll ecstacy !!!! can't go wrong with this LP !! Alas, David Gates alone remains from this incarnation of the band. Rob Royer, who played guitar in the band before Larry replaced him , still lives in the Nashville area , i believe. long live the excellent music of Bread, one of the best groups of all time !!!!
By dean_sundown (Cortland, N.Y. , USA)
||JUST LIKE YESTERDAY|
Hey folks, I love this album for so many different reasons. You get some rockers , some ballads , and a religious -style song like "Just Like Yesterday". It's a very genuine album recorded in 1971 and issued in early '72. If you don't have it or ALL of the Bread albums , get'em. You WON'T be disappointed !! Tim , Little Rock , Ar.
By TooLaneBlacktop (Little Rock , AR. USA)
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Baby I'm-A Want You songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1096622|
|Release Date||May 19, 1992|
|Recording Time||34 minutes||