Bread - Mother Freedom FLAC album
Bread takes a break from their soft rock persona and performs their rock hit "Mother Freedom".
Album: American 70s, 2017. The Best Of Bread" 1988. Has been played on. United States 48.
Album Baby I’m-a Want You. Mother Freedom Lyrics. Freedom Keep walking Keep on your toes and Don't stop talking 'bout. Freedom Get going Lots to be learned And lots to be knowing 'bout. People Gotta reach 'em Sit 'em right down and then You gotta teach 'em 'bout
C. V-(6x)- fade out. Guitar 2, Verse 1 E -B -G D x- A x- E -3
Download Mother Freedom song in mp3 320kbps HQ format and fast direct download for free. 2 min 34 sec. LYRICS. by Bread ft. DOWNLOAD - Mirror . 3 MB.
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I know never heard of it. When Bread was spinning hit after hit they would go into the studio and rave up some faster tunes to fill a album with their rather easy listening hits. but I like them believe me but Mother Freedom is a great rocker came out in 1971 right after the top 10 hit "IF" and it hit 37 on the charts and was kind
C. Guitar 2, Verse 1 E
Album: Baby I'm-A Want You (1971). Charted: 37. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Freedom, keep walkin' Keep on your toesand don't stop talkin' 'bout Freedom, get goin' Lots to be learned and lots to be knowin' 'bout People, gotta reach 'em Sit 'em right down and then you gotta teach 'em 'bout Freedom, gotta win it Gotta put yourself smack dab in it. Hey tomorrow Now don't you go away Cause freedom Just might come your way. Freedom, keep tryin' People stay alive and people keep dyin'.
Baby I'm-a Want You is the fourth album by Bread, released in 1972. Its singles included the title cut (which reached on the Billboard Top 100), "Everything I Own" ( "Mother Freedom" ( and "Diary" (.This was the first Bread album to feature keyboards player Larry Knechtel. Side one. "Mother Freedom" (David Gates) – 2:35. Baby I'm-a Want You" (Gates) – 2:31. Down on My Knees" (Gates, James Griffin) – 2:44. Everything I Own" (Gates) – 3:07.
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Written-By – D. Gates*
|B||Live In Your Love
Written-By – Griffin*, Royer*
- Co-producer – Griffin* (tracks: B), Royer* (tracks: B)
- Producer – David Gates
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): EKM-45740-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): EKM-45740-B
|EKM-45740||Bread||Mother Freedom (7", Mono, Promo)||Elektra||EKM-45740||US||1971|
|EKM.45740||Bread||Mother Freedom (7", Single, Mono)||Elektra||EKM.45740||New Zealand||1971|
|EKM-45740||Bread||Mother Freedom (7", Single)||Elektra||EKM-45740||US||1971|
|JET-2072||Bread||Mother Freedom (7", Single, Mono)||Elektra||JET-2072||Japan||1971|
|71403, 71 403||Bread||Mother Freedom (7", Mono, Promo)||Elektra, Elektra||71403, 71 403||Turkey||1971|