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Bread Love and Dreams

Bread Love and Dreams
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Bread Love and Dreams was a Scottish psych-folk outfit initially featuring David McNiven (b. 4 November 1945, Glasgow, Scotland; guitar, vocals, piano, flute), Angie Rew (b. 25 September 1946, Edinburgh, Scotland; guitar, vocals, organ, African drums), and Carolyn Davis (b. 15 August 1946, Edinburgh, Scotland; guitar, vocals, bass, tambourine, buzz horn). Their 1969 debut album, on Decca Records, included mainly self-penned material. Davis left the band in 1970, and Rew and McNiven carried on.
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Bread, Love and Dreams  — Amaryllis Bread, Love and Dreams — Amaryllis
(Sunbeam SBRCD5027, 1971/2006, CD)
Bread Love and Dreams — The Strange Tale of Captain Shannon and the Hunchback from Gigha Bread Love and Dreams — The Strange Tale of Captain Shannon and the Hunchback from Gigha
(Sunbeam SBRCD5047, 1970/2008, CD)
Bread Love and Dreams — Bread Love and Dreams Bread Love and Dreams — Bread Love and Dreams
(Talking Elephant TECD195, 1969/2012, CD)

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