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Lady Of The Night - Bread Love And Dreams - Bread, Love & Dreams / The Strange Tales Of Captain Shannon And The Hunchback From Gigha (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mar 14,  · The first Bread Love & Dreams album, much like the band’s brief career, is a study in glimpses of unfulfilled promise and underappreciated talent. It would be followed up with the more eclectic and ambitious duo of records ‘Amaryllis’ and ‘The Strange Tale of Captain Shannon and the Hunchback from Gigha’.
  2. Oct 03,  · The first Bread Love & Dreams album, much like the band’s brief career, is a study in glimpses of unfulfilled promise and underappreciated talent. It would be followed up with the more eclectic and ambitious duo of records ‘Amaryllis’ and ‘The Strange Tale of Captain Shannon and the Hunchback from Gigha’.
  3. May 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bread, Love & Dreams - Poet's Song ().wmv YouTube Bread Love & Dreams - First Album Full Vinyl - Duration: german martinez 5, views.
  4. Full title: The Strange Tale of Captain Shannon and the Hunchback frm Gigha. Recorded simultaneously with their classic Amaryllis album and released in on the Decca label, this Psychedelic Folk landmark showcases the talents of Edinburgh's David McNiven and Angie Rew, with one spellbinding track from former bandmate Carolyn Davis/5(3).
  5. Bread Love And Dreams: The Strange Tales Of Captain Shannon And The Hunchback From Gigha / Bread, Love & Dreams: DCS Decca: LP, Album, Compilation, Spain: Bread And Roses (2) Bread And Roses: DRGN Dragon Records (4) LP, Album, Stereo, UK: Bread And Circuits: Bread And Circuits: Ebullition Ebullition Records (2) LP.
  6. Davis had left by the time the second album was released, but did appear on vocals and guitar on one track, ‘Purple Hazy Melancholy’. The Strange Tale Of Captain Shannon And The Hunchback From Gigha featured the surreal lyric of ‘Hymn For Sylvia’ and, unlike the first album, featured electric instrumentation used more to the fore.
  7. A most unusual and original folk/rock album of that classic late 60's period. No one else sounds like Bread Love and Dreams. Some high energy vocals but .

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