Bavarian Fruit Bread Album

Hope Sandoval

About Bavarian Fruit Bread

Bavarian Fruit Bread is the debut studio album from Hope Sandoval, the vocalist of Mazzy Star and Colm Ó Cíosóig, the drummer of My Bloody Valentine, released under the name Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions on October 23, 2001 by Sanctuary Records in the United States and on November 5, 2001 by Rough Trade in the United Kingdom. "Suzanne," the album's first and only official single, became a minor hit, with its accompanying music video, directed by Elise Collins, receiving heavy rotation on MTV2 in both the US and UK. A few songs on the album, including "Suzanne", pre-date the formation of Mazzy Star. Seminal folk musician Bert Jansch performed guitar on two songs on the album, "Charlotte" and "Butterfly Mornings," the latter being a cover of a song used in the 1970 film The Ballad of Cable Hogue, where it appeared under its original title of "Butterfly Mornings and Wildflower Afternoons." A large portion of "Butterfly Mornings" was used in an advert for Irish TV channel Setanta Sports during Christmas period 2009. 


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2001
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12:35 
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45:12 
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Baby Let Me
1:35 
63:28 
74:34 
86:11 
91:21 
104:10 
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