℗ 1969 Elektra Entertainment
 

Bread

Bread

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1
Dismal Day
Bread
2:21
2
London Bridge
Bread
2:32
3
Could I
Bread
3:31
4
Look at Me
Bread
2:43
5
The Last Time
Bread
4:10
6
Any Way You Want Me
Bread
3:16
7
Move Over
Bread
2:36
8
Don't Shut Me Out
Bread
2:39
9
You Can't Measure the Cost
Bread
3:22
10
Family Doctor
Bread
2:15
11
It Don't Matter to Me
Bread
2:43
12
Friends and Lovers
Bread
3:54
Total Playing Time    36:02
Bread is the self-titled debut album by soft rock band Bread, released in 1969.

The re-recorded track "It Don't Matter to Me" was issued as a single after the release of Bread's second album, On the Waters, and the #1 success of "Make It with You" in the summer of 1970. "It Don't Matter to Me" peaked at #2 and #10 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary and Pop Singles charts, respectively.

The album's cover, with whimsical depictions of the band members photos on paper currency, refers to contemporary slang equating "bread" to money.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Elektra Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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