BREAD, that iconic soft rock supergroup that owned the music charts in the 70s and 80s with such hits as, “Baby I’m A Want You”, “If”, “Guitar Man”, “Diary”, “Make It With You”, “It Don’t Matter To Me”, “Aubrey”, “Lost Without Your Love”, and “Sweet Surrender”, is back in part with the newly discovered Attic Archives of co-founding member Jimmy Griffin.
Record producer, and renowned songwriter Ray Chafin, has compiled, remixed and remastered 48 songs from these archives, many unreleased or unheard, and made them available in a four (4) CD Box set with “Jimmy Griffin The Archive Series Volumes 1-4”, on Wraysong Records now for sale:
This exclusive box set is not available anywhere but Wraysong Records, and only through the website listed above.
Ray Chafin and Jimmy Griffin were long-time friends and writing partners for decades, having written many great songs as well as creating a series of greeting cards popularly known as, “Musicards”. Ray Chafin started this project in 2008, and with the help of Martha Griffin (James Griffin Estate) and author of best-selling book “Sweet Surrender” Malcolm C Searles, is now offering The Archives to the public.
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About Wraysong Records
Since 2008, Wraysong Records has been working to collect as many songs as possible from the late Jimmy Griffin. His incredible vocals and musicianship have been known for decades, but are now available in these restored and remastered original soundtracks from the attic archives of the James Griffin Estate.