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Guitar Man (Bread album)

Guitar Man
Studio album by Bread
Released October 1972
Genre Rock
Label Elektra, re-released on Rhino in 1995
Producer Bread
Bread chronology
Baby I'm-a Want You
(1972)
Guitar Man
(1972)
The Best of Bread
(1973)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic link

Guitar Man is the fifth album released by Bread in 1972.

Track listing

  1. "Welcome to the Music" – 2:57 (Gates)
  2. "The Guitar Man" – 3:46 (Gates)
  3. "Make It by Yourself" – 3:50 (Gates/Griffin)
  4. "Aubrey" – 3:39 (Gates)
  5. "Fancy Dancer" – 3:33 (Griffin/Botts)
  6. "Sweet Surrender" – 2:38 (Gates)
  7. "Tecolote" – 4:35 (Gates)
  8. "Let Me Go" – 3:27 (Griffin/Royer)
  9. "Yours For Life" – 3:21 (Gates)
  10. "Picture in Your Mind" – 4:42 (Knechtel)
  11. "Don't Tell Me No" – 3:34 (Griffin/Royer)
  12. "Didn't Even Know Her Name" – 3:09 (Gates/Griffin)

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