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The Bread / John Lennon - The Guitar Man / Imagin Album
The Bread / John Lennon - The Guitar Man / Imagin Album
Performer: The Bread / John Lennon
Title: The Guitar Man / Imagin
Label: Agencja Wydawnicza RSW
Country: Poland
Released: 1974
Style: Classic Rock, Pop Rock
Cat: R-0231-II
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1327 mb | MP3 size: 2042 mb | WMA size: 1931 mb
Genre: Rock

1BreadThe Guitar Man
2John LennonImagine
Composed By – John Lennon


  • GraphicsA.Nodzykowski


z. 2458-74 n. 13.350 + 129 W-73 Cena zł 12.-
(= order 2458-74 , edition 13.350 +129 copies , price 12 zł)

title on track A2 misspelled


  • Rights Society: BIEM


  • Pressed By – RSW Zakłady Graficzne


Guitar Man is the fifth album released by Bread in 1972. It produced three U. Top 20 singles, The Guitar Man 11, Sweet Surrender 15, and Aubrey 15. Side One. Welcome to the Music 2:57 Gates. The Guitar Man 3:46 Gates. Make It by Yourself 3:50 GatesGriffin. Aubrey 3:39 Gates. Fancy Dancer 3:33 BottsGriffin. Sweet Surrender 2:38 Gates. Side Two. Tecolote 4:35 Gates. Let Me Go 3:27 GriffinRoyer. Yours For Life 3:21 Gates. The Guitar Man is a song written by David Gates and originally recorded by the rock group Bread. It first appeared on Bread's 1972 album, Guitar Man. The song is a mixture of the sounds of soft rock, including strings and acoustic guitar, and the addition of a wah-wah effect electric guitar, played by Larry Knechtel. It peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States and their third number-one hit on the easy listening chart, following If and Baby I'm-a Want You. Imagine is the second solo studio album by English musician John Lennon, released on 9 September 1971 by Apple Records. Co-produced by Lennon, his wife Yoko Ono and Phil Spector, the album's lush sound contrasts the basic, small-group arrangements of his first album, John LennonPlastic Ono Band 1970, while the opening title track is widely considered to be his signature song. Songwriter, rock singer and guitar player, best known for his work with The Beatles during the 1960s and 1970s. Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1987. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 1994 Performer. Born: 9 October 1940 in Liverpool, Lancashire, UK. Born in Liverpool, Lennon became involved in the skiffle craze as a teenager. In 1956, he formed his first band, The Quarrymen, which evolved into the Beatles in 1960. He was initially the group's de facto leader, a role gradually ceded to McCartney. The Guitar Man was released in October of 1972 on Bread's fifth album, Guitar Man. Bread have always been a guilty pleasure, well maybe there was a time back in the day I thought of them in that term since we hardcore progrock lovers weren't supposed to be listening to the video for The Guitar Man from Bread's Anthology of Bread for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The band became a quartet beginning with their second album, On The Waters, bringing in Mike Botts as permanent drummer. This time their efforts quickly established Bread read more. Bread was a 1970s rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California. They are a prime example of what later was labeled as soft rock. David Gates guitar, keyboards, bass and v read more. Guitar Man is a classy album from Bread which provided David Gates with reason enough to go solo. Just listen to Aubrey to hear how the producersingersongwriter could create a strong track with little or no help from his fellow musicians. Similar to the Carpenters number one adult contemporary hit Goodbye to Love, Bread's The Guitar Man featured a blazing guitar outro a truly smart and effective way to bring syrupy pop music to the attention of rock & roll fans. It was a song with enough bite that it wasn't an embarrassment for the guys to listen to, and was sweet enough to attract the gals. John Lennon. Released September 9, 1971. Imagine Tracklist. There is still the stinging Gimme Some Truth and Lennons evisceration of Paul McCartney, How Do You Sleep both featuring George Harrison on guitar. But there is also the aching soul of John Lennon and the irresistible vulnerability of Oh Yoko Imagine is self-consciously luminescent, pointedly embraceable, the sound of cynicism melting. Lennon said of the title track: Anti-religious, anti-nationalistic, anticonventional, anti-capitalistic, but because it is sugarcoated it is accepted Now I understand what you have to do. Guitar Man Bread - Smooth Groove Masters. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. John Lennon took inspiration for Imagine from Yoko Ono's poems from her 1964 book Grapefruit. John admitted that In those days I was a bit more selfish, a bit more macho, and I sort of omitted her contribution, but it was right out of 'Grapefruit. In 1972, Lennon and Ono released an 81-minute film to support the album Imagine. The song appears in the film's first scenes, which feature Lennon and Ono walking through a fog, coming to their house as the song begins. Live version. Live performance on the acoustic guitar in 1971