Supertramp’s ‘Breakfast in America’

Supertramp’s ‘Breakfast in America’ is their sixth studio album recorded in 1978 in Los Angeles and released on 29 March 1979 by A&M Records.

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Track Listing : 1.Gone Hollywood (Rick Davies) – 05:19 . 2.The Logical Song (Roger Hodgson) – 04:07 . 3.Goodbye Stranger (Rick Davies) – 05:46 . 4.Breakfast In America (Roger Hodgson) – 02:37 . 5.Oh Darling (Rick Davies) – 03:43 . 6.Take The Long Way Home (Roger Hodgson) – 05:08 . 7.Lord Is It Mine (Roger Hodgson) – 04:08 . 8.Just Another Nervous Wreck (Rick Davies) – 04:22 . 9.Casual Conversations (Rick Davies) – 02:56 . 10.Child Of Vision (Roger Hodgson) – 07:24

Musicians : Supertramp – Band . Rick Davies – Keyboards, Vocals, Lead On (1 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 9 – 10), Harmonica . Roger Hodgson – Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals, Lead On (1 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 7 – 10) . John Helliwell – Saxophones, Vocals, Woodwinds . Dougie Thomson – Bass . Bob Siebenberg – Drums, Percussion . Slyde Hyde – Trombone, Tuba

Production : Produced By Peter Henderson, Supertramp . Peter Henderson – Engineer . Lenise Bent – Assistant Engineer . Jeff Harris – Assistant Engineer

Package : Mike Doud – Art Direction . Mick Haggerty – Art Direction . Mark Hanauer – Photography . Aaron Rapoport – Cover Photo

Recorded May–December 1978 At The Village Recorder, Los Angeles.

Released On March 29, 1979 By A&M.

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BBC
Still loved for its sumptuous, sunny FM vibes.And while it’s easy to presume that this sugary and bombastic sound – Queen notwithstanding – has fallen by the wayside, the figures, as always, speak for themselves. […]

Rolling Stone
The next “logical” thing for these guys to do with their awesome technique is to turn it more toward this sort of ironic drollery. Then Supertramp might become not only the best-sounding art-rock band in existence, but one of the most interesting. […]

Ultimate Classic Rock
The History of Supertramp’s Biggest-Selling Album, ‘Breakfast in America’According to Hodgson, their rift may have started as far back as 1972, when Davies refused to take LSD with him. “The result of me tripping was that I had my mind open to all kinds of stuff that he didn’t,” he explained. “That created a barrier, because we couldn’t share the experience….” […]

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