The Best of Bread is a multi-platinum compilation album by the band Bread released in 1973 by Elektra Records. The original album contains 12 songs that were first released between 1969 and 1972.
In addition to the usual 2 channel stereo version the album was also released by Elektra in a 4 channel quadraphonic version in 1973. The quadraphonic version was released on LP record, 8-track tape and reel to reel tape. The quadraphonic LP was encoded using the Quadradisc system.
The 2001 CD re-issue by Rhino has eight additional tracks including several from the 1974 album The Best of Bread, Volume 2, along with the November 1976 single Lost Without Your Love.
In 2015 Audio Fidelity released the 12 song album on the Super Audio CD format. This edition contains both stereo and quadraphonic mixes.
Side one “Make It with You” – 3:15 “Everything I Own” – 3:06 “Diary” – 3:05 “Baby I’m-a Want You” – 2:25 “It Don’t Matter to Me” – 2:41 “If” – 2:33 “Mother Freedom” – 2:55 “Down on My Knees” (Gates, James Griffin) – 2:44 “Too Much Love” (Griffin, Robb Royer) – 2:45 “Let Your Love Go”- 2:25 “Look What You’ve Done” (Griffin, Royer) – 3:10 “Truckin'” (Griffin, Royer) – 2:31
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by American soul group The Chi-Lites. The album was released in 1972 on the Brunswick label.
1. “Oh Girl” 3:48 2. “I Wanna Pay You Back” 2:56 3. “I Like Your Lovin’ (Do You Like Mine)” 3:36 4. “Give It Away” 2:50 5. “Let Me Be the Man My Daddy Was” 3:33 6. “Love Uprising” 2:32 7. “The Coldest Days of My Life (Part I)” 4:27 8. “The Coldest Days of My Life (Part II)” 4:15 9. “Have You Seen Her” 5:10 10. “(For God’s Sake) Give More Power to the People” 3:50 11. “Are You My Woman” 3:06 12. “We Are Neighbors” 3:39 13. “Living in the Footsteps of Another Man” 2:57 14. “I’m Ready If I Don’t Get To Go” 4:21 15. “24 Hours Of Sadness” 2:11 16. “A Lonely Man” 6:23
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