On the Waters is the second album by Bread, released in July 1970. Side One. "Why Do You Keep Me Waiting" – 2:32 (Griffin, Royer). Make It with You" – 3:18 (Gates). Blue Satin Pillow" – 2:29 (Gates). Look What You've Done" – 3:14 (Gates, Griffin, Royer). I Am That I Am" – 3:20 (Griffin, Royer). Been Too Long on the Road" – 4:53 (Gates). Side Two. "I Want You with Me" – 2:52 (Gates, Griffin). Coming Apart" – 3:30 (Griffin, Royer). Easy Love" – 2:28 (Griffin, Royer).
Includes Elektra company inner sleeve and single sheet insert with lyrics and photo bio page discussing this album. White Promotional label is earlier stock with large "E" at top. Front cover includes hype sticker: "INCLUDES THE HIT SINGLE make it with you EKS 74076" Rectangular Elektra promotional sticker: "PROMOTIONAL COPY NOT FOR SALE" has red printing and logo on black background.
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Bread broke big with their second album, thanks to David Gates' sentimental soft pop classic, "Make It With You" - the song that set the standard for sensitive mellow pop ballads for the '70s and for years to come. Its pull is strong, but it's a bit misleading, since the group hardly just turns out a series of these lovely, luxurious pop tunes throughout the record
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If you like Bread, then this album is for you. The music and the vocals are great. I heard this album for the first time in 1971 and got a copy of it, which I had for about 20 years. But music went from LPs to 8-track tapes, to cassette tapes. to CDs, and my record-player bit the dust. I was really happy to find this album again, after so many years, and I'm glad I've got it again. For me, this music just doesn't go out of style. On the Waters has more of a rock feel to it than the previous album, and shows more cohesiveness overall. All of the Bread albums have much going for them (great songs and arrangements), and this is no exception. One person found this helpful.
Is On The Waters the best album by Bread? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Bread - On The Waters. 1970 UK Press Condition: Used. Time left: 6h 55m 42s. Ships to: Worldwide. BREAD - On The Waters 1970 Condition: Used. Time left: 10h 46m 20s. Its pull is strong, but it's a bit misleading, since the group hardly just turns out a series of these lovely, luxurious pop tunes throughout the record