Bread, Love And Dreams

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Bread, Love And Dreams - Bread, Love And Dreams Bread, Love And Dreams
Folk Used - LP PS 566 London
1969 Blue & Silver Label Stereo Original In Shrink Wrap. Tiny Corner Rub/Bruise. LP Appears Unplayed. “The Debut Album By This Two-Woman, One-Man Trio Presented Contemporary British Folk With The Slightest Of Pop And Folk-Rock Edges. The Most Prominent Pop Embroidery Was Found In The Occasional Sweeping, Haunting String Arrangements; There Were Also Dabs Of Organ, Harp, And Percussion Here And There. It Was Pretty But Somewhat Bland Music On The Border Of Late-'60s British Folk-Rock, The Songs Faintly Echoing Those Of U.K. Peers Such As Donovan And Bert Jansch. Bread, Love And Dreams Had A Slightly Melancholy Air, The Songs Often Gliding Over Themes Of Regret, Sadness, Nostalgia, And Whimsical Storytelling, Though Usually In A Pretty Upbeat Fashion. The Female Vocals Were More Ethereal And Winsome Than David Mcniven's More Routine Donovan-Jansch-Ish Tone; "Artificial Light," One Of The Strongest Numbers, Even Got A Little Reminiscent Of Mary Hopkin's Folk-Poppiest Moods. Also Strong Was "Mirrors," A Dramatic Mini-Epic With Light Orchestration And What Almost Amount To Some Pop Hooks, Though It's Not Quite Easy To Determine What Mcniven's Going On About, Even If He Delivered It Like A Message Of Grave Import.” Richie Unternerger, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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