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Audio Fidelity To Release Soft Rock Legends Bread “The Best of Bread” On 4.0 Quadraphonic Hybrid SACD


“A true classic filled with rediscovered treasures...!”

Camarillo, CA – With many exciting releases scheduled throughout 2015, Marshall Blonstein's Audio Fidelity starts the New Year off with the release of soft rock legends Bread “The Best of Bread” on 4.0 Quadraphonic Hybrid SACD! This 1973 recording is a great collection of music from Bread, the popular 1970's band best known for their mellow, smooth, melodic and often mournful tunes. Many of the classic Bread tunes included in this set live on through soft rock stations everywhere.

Lead singer David Gates crooned his way into America's heart, and starting with “Make It With You” quickly spun off hits like “Everything I Own,” “Diary,” “Baby I'm A Want You,” “It Don't Matter To Me” and “If.” At times, their songs had a more upbeat feel as with “Mother Freedom,” but they always retain that same soothing blend of soulful lyrics and gentle music. This album covers all the early hits and more delivered with a deceptively breezy tone by one of pop's purest vocalists.

Audio Fidelity reassembled all the original masters of the tracks that appeared on the album release rather than work from the compiled "Best of..." master thus giving the recording a completely fresh, updated sound.

TRACKS:
Make It With You
Everything I Own
Diary
Baby I'm-a Want You
It Don't Matter to Me
If
Mother Freedom
Down on My Knees
Too Much Love
Let Your Love Go
Look What You've Done
Truckin'

Produced by David Gates
Associate Producer: James Griffin
Stereo CD and SACD mastering for this release by Steve Hoffman at Stephen Marsh Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
4.0 analog to High Definition DSD Digital Transfer by Gus Skinas at Super Audio Center, Boulder, CO

Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158, glassonyonpr@gmail.com

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